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A note on the use of peer assistance and praise to increase engagement and productivity on a vocational assembly task

By: Heap, Christine.
Contributor(s): Emerson, Eric.
Series: Mental Handicap Research 2 (2) 1989: 186-196.Publisher: 1989Subject(s): JOB PLACEMENT | PEERS | PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | WORK SKILLSSummary: A study was made of the effects of peer prompting and attention and staff assisted peer prompting and attention, on task engagement and productivity of two women with severe intellectual handicaps on a vocational assembly task. Results indicated both engagement and productivity were greater in both women when intervention occurred
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A study was made of the effects of peer prompting and attention and staff assisted peer prompting and attention, on task engagement and productivity of two women with severe intellectual handicaps on a vocational assembly task. Results indicated both engagement and productivity were greater in both women when intervention occurred

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