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Using the One-More-Than Technique to Teach Money Counting to Individuals with Moderate Mental Retardation: A Systematic Replication
Paula J. Denny and David W. Test
Education and Treatment of Children
Vol. 18, No. 4 (NOVEMBER 1995), pp. 422-432
Published by: West Virginia University Press
Stable URL: http:/stable/42899427
Page Count: 11
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Previous research has demonstrated empirically the effectiveness of the One-More-Than technique in producing money counting skills that generalize to non-trained amounts and making community purchases with individuals with moderate mental retardation. The present study was designed to systematically replicate and extend previous research by (1) using one-, five-, and ten-dollar bills and (2) training all dollar amounts simultaneously rather than sequentially. The study was conducted with three high school students labeled moderately mentally handicapped who were enrolled in community-based training. Results indicated that all three students learned to use the One-More-Than technique to count out non-trained amounts and to make community purchases.
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