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persuasion formulated as a suggestion

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a cue given to a performer (usually the beginning of the next line to be spoken)

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frequent prompting and contingency) may need to be in place for a functional relationship to be apparent for some individuals (e.
Fifth, almost no studies measured the fidelity of adults' prompting, including whether the prompts were actually removed.
Sessions were run five days a week, with both prompting procedures being used once a day and with at least twenty minutes between sessions.
For each of the seven signs, the odds ratio for endorsement in the prompted compared with the unprompted condition was > 1 and the confidence intervals did not go below one, indicating that prompting was associated with significantly increased recall (see Table 2).
It is important not to confuse this with the more traditional form of brand prompting for advertising awareness which simply asks: 'Have you seen any advertising for Brand X lately?
Encouraging long-term compliance with breast self-examination: the evaluation of prompting strategies.
The tasks are: 1) asking residents if they are wet or dry; 2) checking incontinent residents for wetness; 3) prompting them to toilet; and 4) praising appropriate toileting.
I'll take it a step further and say that we now believe in the necessity of active, on-screen prompting.
In addition, the system tracks the inventory, prompting the operator as the bins need firing and keeping factory records up to date.
The push in natural gas was attributed primarily to the development of Tropical Storm Katrina, which was "getting better organized" over the central Bahamas on Wednesday, prompting storm watches and warnings for Florida, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami, FL.
The quality of the students' concept maps in the main study were evaluated to determine whether students' conceptual understanding of elementary economics varied as they worked on agent tutee with different prompting strategies.
and schedule of prompting (Johnson, McComas, Thompson, & Symons, 2004).
Comparing the ``pay-to-play'' investigations at City Hall to the scandals of Enron and other corporations, City Councilman Jack Weiss called Friday on Mayor James Hahn to deal more aggressively with the accusations against his administration - prompting a sharp rebuke from the mayor.
Students are limited to one half-hour appointment per week, and by using the Handbook, consultants can eliminate wasted minutes prompting the student for the assignment, handouts, and teacher notes.
For example, Dorry (I 976) compared three types of stimulus fading with an antecedent prompt and test strategy, and Haught, Walls, and Crist (1984) compared error correction and antecedent prompting when both procedures were used to teach a long and short task.