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TACT

Tuned aperature computed tomography Imaging A technology used to study ambiguous breast images, display 2-D images in 3-D and ↓ false negative mammograms. See Mammography.
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The dependent variable was the percentage of correct independent tacts, defined as the participant emitting the correct name of the stimulus within 5 s of the interventionist presenting the stimulus.
With the experimental sounds, the procedure was the following: first, (1) we paired the sounds with the name of the instrument and probed the emergence of the selections of the instrument and the tacts of the instruments; then, (2) we probed the emergence of the selections and tacts of the country after pairing the sound with the country of the instrument.
The effects of daily tact instruction on the emission of pure mands and tacts in non-instructional settings by three preschool children with developmental delays.
(2002).Effects of mand-tact versus tact-only training on the acquisition of tacts. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 35, 419-422.
Data were collected on: 1) the number of correct echoic tacts for the vocal verbal forms "cup" and "book" for participant A and "paper" for participant B.
We hypothesized that (a) the only relations necessary for the intraverbal emergence would be the tact, the selection, and the Auditory-Visual CD and (b) the Auditory-Auditory CD, without and with tacts, could facilitate the intraverbal emergence in some children.
At the simplest level, naming could be a tact. At the next level of complexity, descriptive statements could be tacts.
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Our primary hypothesis asserts that teams receiving TACT and TACT+ will exhibit higher mission performance than teams that do not receive this training.