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Noun1.interspersal - the act of combining one thing at intervals among other things; "the interspersion of illustrations in the text"
compounding, combining, combination - the act of combining things to form a new whole
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task interspersal, stimulus generalization) have reported contrast-like effects (Charlop, Kurtz, & Milstein, 1992; Wahler, Vigilante, & Strand, 2004).
An empirical analysis of interspersal research: Evidence, implications, and applications of the discrete task completion hypothesis.
At the same time, the interspersal of past and present, and of historical and fictional events, as well as the use of multiple characters played by one actor, subvert the urge to apprehend the drama as a confessional or as pure autobiography.
Reducing perceptions of time required to complete math assignments by adding problems to assignments: A synthesis of the additive interspersal research.
This final example shows that the tiered model of intersecting grammaphonemes allows for the interspersal of phonograms with morphograms and syllabograms.
Improving sixth-grade student's perceptions of high-effort assignments by assigning more work: Interaction of additive interspersal and assignment effort on assignment choice.
those functionally related to the target skill), followed by activity interspersal (i.
He provides step-by-step explanations for the components and protocols for hypnosis such as permission, presupposition, splitting, linking and interspersal before describing applications of language, trance indicators, goals and intervention strategies.
Even with the possible interspersal of a comedy such as Measure for Measure, the clustering of tragedies is striking.
Problem behavior may have been reduced with the use of these procedures because the interspersal of easy tasks functions as an abolishing operation reducing the value of escape as a reinforcer.
The effects of different interspersal drill ratios on acquisition and generalization of multiplication and division facts.