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Fig. 2 | Psicologia: Reflexão e Crítica

Fig. 2

From: Improving oral sentence production in children with cochlear implants: effects of equivalence-based instruction and matrix training

Fig. 2

Equivalence relations network in present study. Adopted from Mackay (2013). Circles A, B, and C represent stimuli. Box D represents oral production by the participant. Box E represents word-by-word construction of the sentences. Arrows indicate relations and point from sample to comparison stimuli of matching-to-sample or constructed-response matching-to-sample tasks (AB, AC, CB, AE, and BE); arrows that indicate verbal operants point from antecedent stimuli to response (CD and BD). Solid arrows show relations already learned (CD). Heavy solid arrow shows trained relations (AB and AE). Broken arrows identify untrained relations

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