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This study evaluated the effectiveness of a clustered forward chaining (CFC) procedure to teach a 23-year-old male with autism to follow written recipes. CFC incorporates elements of forward chaining (FC) and total task chaining (TTC) by teaching a small number of steps (i.e., units) using TTC, introducing new units sequentially (akin to FC), and prompting through untrained steps. Results indicated that CFC was effective for teaching the participant to follow written recipes. Results maintained with therapist support for 3–5 weeks for all recipes, and maintained when therapist support was removed.
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- Brief Report: Clustered Forward Chaining with Embedded Mastery Probes to Teach Recipe Following
Kate T. Chazin
Danielle N. Bartelmay
Joseph M. Lambert
Nealetta J. Houchins-Juárez
- Springer US