Both TB and SB researchers have their supporters

„Both TB and SB researchers have their supporters. Interestingly, both camps at times make the same claims (quicker acquisition, better generalization, etc.). Adkins and Axelrod (2001) claimed that SB methods were more effective for their participants in meeting trials to criterion, generalizations, and spontaneous emission. C.T. Sundberg and M.L. Sundberg (1990) posited that TB methods allowed participants to aquire verbal operants and form equivalence more quickly.”

Źródło: Assessing Topography-Based Versus Stimulus-Selection-Based Verbal Behavior: A Comparison From the Literature” Bloh. Ch., Behavior Analysis: Research and Practice 2016, Vol. 16, No. 1, 13

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