All dissertations completed at Western Michigan University are entered into ScholarWorks. Some may be embargoed or restricted by the authors and may be only available from on-campus computers. Print copies are available through interlibrary loan for dissertations before 2013. If you have any questions, please contact maira.bundza@wmich.edu.

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Theses/Dissertations from 1980

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A Discrete Trial Choice Procedure for Assessing the Periodic Equivalent of Aperiodic Ratio Schedules, Michael Joseph Boivin

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A Discrete-Trial Procedure to Measure Preference for Variable-Interval Over Fixed-Interval Schedules of Food Reinforcement in Pigeons, Robert I. Cobez

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The Structured Meeting System: A Procedure for Supervising the Completion of Nonrecurring Tasks, Barbara J. Fulton

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The Effects of Progressive Cigarette Smoke Dilution Upon Smoking Pattern and Stress Responses in Humans, David M. Keenan

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The Validation of a Programmed Text: Behavioral Counseling for Alcohol-Related Problems, Suzanne Carol Leiphart

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Programmed Review Tests in a PSI Course, Terry E. McSween

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The Effects of Two Training Procedures on the Acquisition and Retention of a Sight-Word Vocabulary in Remedial Readers, Marilyn Monteiro

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The Repeated Acquisition Procedure as a Means of Analyzing Rule-Governed Behavior, Margaret E. Peterson

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Preference Reversal: Effects of Ratio and Reinforcement Parameters, Kenneth Ray Stephens

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Teaching Health-Related Behaviors to Young Children through Social Skills Training, Mary Louise Stevens

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Developing a Verbal Repertoire Using Sign Language and Skinner's Analysis of Verbal Behavior, Mark L. Sundberg

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A Discrete-Trial Choice Procedure and the Psychophysics of Amount of Reinforcement: A Preliminary Analysis, Frans van Haaren

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Effects of Thioridazine (Mellaril) on Titrating Delayed Matching to Sample Performance in Mentally Retarded Adults, Timothy Theodore Wysocki

Theses/Dissertations from 1979

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The Use of Sensory Extinction in the Treatment of Self-Injurious Behavior, Michael F. Dorsey