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Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Recent Verbal Behavior Research on Individuals with Disabilities: a Review and Implications for Research and Prac

Abstract

The number of individuals from various culture and language backgrounds who are receiving behavior-analytic services is growing. Therefore, a behavioral understanding of the role of cultural and linguistic diversity (CLD) in language acquisition may be warranted. We searched recent editions of The Analysis of Verbal Behavior and the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis to determine the degree to which researchers report the CLD of individuals with disabilities who participate in verbal behavior research.

Citation

Brodhead, M.T., Durán, L., & Bloom, S.E. (2014). Cultural and linguistic diversity in recent language acquisition research. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 30, 75-86.

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