Z literautry: Stimulus – Selection – Based Verbal Behavior
Stimulus – Selection – Based Verbal Behavior (SB verbal bahavior) = „ the response form consists of pointing, touching, or otherwise indicating a particular stimulus that is presented within an array of stimuli, for example, selecting an icon or picture of a car out of an array of three when prompted.
[…] SB verbal behavior involves a conditional discrimination that may require a proficient scanning repertoire in which the correct response may become stronger under the appropriate conditions, that is, motivating operations.“
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, 12-13