William V. Dube mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Stimulus, Discrimination learning, Cognitive psychology and Stimulus control. His biological study focuses on Autism. His studies in Stimulus integrate themes in fields like Mentally retarded, Reinforcement and Nonverbal communication.
William V. Dube performs integrative study on Discrimination learning and Audiology. William V. Dube combines subjects such as Perception and Learning disability with his study of Cognitive psychology. His research integrates issues of Speech recognition and Coherence analysis in his study of Stimulus control.
His primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Reinforcement, Stimulus, Stimulus control and Discrimination learning. The Autism and Mentally retarded research William V. Dube does as part of his general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Audiology, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. While the research belongs to areas of Reinforcement, William V. Dube spends his time largely on the problem of Behavior change, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Contingency management.
His Stimulus study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test and Cognitive psychology. William V. Dube interconnects Speech recognition, Discriminative model, Two sample and Generalization in the investigation of issues within Stimulus control. In his work, Objective test and Sample is strongly intertwined with Matching, which is a subfield of Discrimination learning.
William V. Dube spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Reinforcement, Matching, Developmental psychology and Autism spectrum disorder. His Reinforcement research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Class and Neuroscience. His Matching research incorporates themes from Discrimination learning, Equivalence, Visual perception and Communication.
His Discrimination learning research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Speech recognition and Objective test. Developmental psychology and Target Response are two areas of study in which William V. Dube engages in interdisciplinary research. William V. Dube has included themes like Intervention and Cognitive psychology in his Autism spectrum disorder study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Perception, Applied psychology, Applied behavior analysis, Direct assessment and Clinical psychology. His Perception research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Functional analysis, Behavioral treatment and Treatment development.
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Emergent simple discrimination established by indirect relation to differential consequences.
Julio C. de Rose;Julio C. de Rose;William J. McIlvane;William J. McIlvane;William V. Dube;William V. Dube;Virginia C. Galpin;Virginia C. Galpin.
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (1988)
REDUCTION OF STIMULUS OVERSELECTIVITY WITH NONVERBAL DIFFERENTIAL OBSERVING RESPONSES
William V. Dube;William J. McIlvane.
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (1999)
Toward a behavioral analysis of joint attention.
William V. Dube;Rebecca P. F. MacDonald;Reneé C. Mansfield;William L. Holcomb.
Behavior Analyst (2004)
Stimulus control topography coherence theory: Foundations and extensions
William J. McIlvane;William V. Dube.
Behavior Analyst (2003)
PERSISTENCE OF STEREOTYPIC BEHAVIOR: EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF EXTERNAL REINFORCERS
William H. Ahearn;Kathy M. Clark;Nicole C. Gardenier;Bo In Chung.
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (2003)
Stimulus class formation and stimulus-reinforcer relations.
William V. Dube;William J. McIlvane;William J. McIlvane;Russell W. Maguire;Russell W. Maguire;Harry A. Mackay;Harry A. Mackay.
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (1989)
Stimulus class membership established via stimulus-reinforcer relations.
William V. Dube;William J. McIlvane;Harry A. Mackay;Lawrence T. Stoddard.
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (1987)
Assessing control by elements of complex stimuli in delayed matching to sample.
Robert Stromer;William J. Mcilvane;William V. Dube;Harry A. Mackay.
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (1993)
Prenatal ethanol exposure, generalized learning impairment, and medial prefrontal cortical deficits in rats.
Sheila M Mihalick;James E Crandall;Jason C Langlois;Jason D Krienke.
Neurotoxicology and Teratology (2001)
Stimulus control shaping and stimulus control topographies
William J. McIlvane;William V. Dube.
Behavior Analyst (1992)
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