Operant conditioning experiments to modify the behavior of the mentally retarded children in Kansas, United States.
Kansas United States USA Date:1975 Duration:4 min 28 sec Sound:Yes
Research work on mental retardation in Kansas, United States involves experiments on operant conditioning. James R Lent, Research Assistant, talks about using media personnel to arrange teaching material. A monkey in a cage. A severely retarded person undergoes a discrimination test. A man shows a boy a card with a picture of an eye on it. Four retarded children sit at a table in front of a researcher. Cards of different colors on the table. A researcher works with a child. A boy in front of a researcher. A researcher works with Debra, a mentally retarded girl. Cards with dots printed on them on the table. Several yellow and a black token on the table. Debra collects the tokens. The researcher notes on paper. Toys and games arranged on racks. A boy takes a toy. A girl and a researcher work together. The researcher provides tokens for the correct responses of the girl. Three yellow tokens on a bed. A retarded child makes his bed. A woman peeps from behind a wall.
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