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Assistance, reinforcement, or feedback given during the acquisition or relearning of skills necessary for task completion.
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For Jeff, a functional relationship between communication and consequence (access to tangibles) was demonstrated regardless of the rate with which communication was prompted.
In the study of Walton and Archer (2004), an evaluative checklist prompted university students to consider "Who, why, what, when, where, and for whom" when using online academic resources.
Yet even with the "tell everything" prompt, students did not provide all the information they actually recalled unless they were repeatedly prompted to continue retelling.
She did not initiate interactions with peers unless prompted by an adult.
In an attempt to reduce the probability of emotional responding, both unprompted and prompted correct responses were reinforced in MTL as well as LTM.
1 : to lead to do something <Curiosity prompted me to ask the question.
A stimulating discussion on the nature of the facade, at the Royal Academy in London, prompted the thought that the phrase 'skin deep' may be taking on a non-pejorative meaning.
Telephone 0901 229 0464, follow the instructions and key in digits 01 when prompted.
When designing client reports that allow the entry of data selection criteria, the user is prompted when such an entry is required.
Suppose, for example, that you want to access Web-based resources that will teach nurse aides how to provide prompted voiding as a means of improving continence among residents.
The task is therefore one of prompted recall, or recognition.