All participants met these criteria within 11 training sessions with one exception: Participant AEA engaged in high rates of manual stereotypy
that interfered with playing the games.
4) Among 64 participants with ASD, there was a decrease in aggression, stereotypy
, off-task behavior, and elopement, and improvements in on-task and motor behavior such as playing catch.
For instance, stereotypy
performance, self-directed behavior, and reproductive failure may indicate poor welfare states, however they also lack temporal or stimulus specificity and so cannot be easily attributable to a direct cause (Mason, 2006; von Borell et al.
Although the target behavior was stereotypy
in the study, advance notice resulted in the participant initiating the next activity more quickly, which is a response incompatible with noncompliance.
Experience in psychiatry ward showing significant negative attitude in stereotypy
NMDA antagonists block expression of sensitisation of amphetamine an apomorphine-induced stereotypy
may be observed in animals housed in confined spaces and may affect the results observed in behavioral studies (Fish et al.
Also, elevations in one stereotypy
plus adaptive behavior and one agonistic interaction elevate the odds in 2.
When in vivo instruction started, Clay did not engage in stereotypy
but rather attended to the researcher's verbal and gestural prompts and quickly mastered the skills.
Environmental influences on stereotypy
and the activity budget of Indian leopards (Panthera pardus) in four zoos in Southern India.
According to DSM-5 criteria, the clinical presentation is dominated by the presence of at least three of the following symptoms: stupor, catalepsy, waxy flexibility, mutism, negativism, posturing, mannerism, stereotypy
, agitation not influenced by external stimuli, grimacing, echolalia, and echopraxia (4, 6).
Perseveration in a guessing task by laying hens selected for high or low levels of feather pecking does not support classification of feather pecking as a stereotypy