Further Examination of Video-based Preference Assessments Without Contingent Access

I’m happy to share a recent project on video-based preference assessments! In this study, we attempted to replicate previous findings that video-based preference assessments without contingent access may accurately predict preference. Then, we conducted a preliminary evaluation to begin to try and understand the potential behavioral mechanisms (reasons) for the validity of this assessment. The study was just accept to the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis by the editor in chief.

I’d like to thank my co-authors, So Yeon Kim and Mandy Rispoli for all of their help with this project!

You can view the pre-print version of the paper below. I’ll post a link to the final paper / citation once it becomes available.

Brodhead Kim and Rispoli

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