volume 11, issue 1, P45-52 1996
DOI: 10.1177/108835769601100106
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Abstract: This research examined the relative efficacy of general case programming and rule learning in promoting the generalization and maintenance of table setting across different menus. General case programming involved the use of a representative sample of menus drawn from a universe of menus to instruct table setting. Rule learning consisted of the training of discriminations, concepts, and rules that could be applied to any table setting situation. Thirty-six participants with mental retardation were randomly as…

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