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Efficient Learning: An Analysis of Stimulus Presentation on Fluent Performance
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The demand for effective and efficient instruction in education is clear; research at the experimental level is needed in order to extend a behavior analytic understanding of the process of learning. The purpose of the current study is to extend the understanding of learning by manipulating the presentation of stimuli presented in an array. Preliminary data show that an additive presentation of stimuli is correlated with more time to meet criteria (defined by fluency aims) than is a complete set of stimuli when the stimulus set is comprised of five stimuli. When the stimulus set size is comprised of seven stimuli, data show that the order of presentation is the more relevant factor.