Decreasing expulsions by a child with a feeding disorder: using a brush to present and re-present food.
Girolami PA, et al.
J Appl Behav Anal. 2007 Winter;40(4):749-53.
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Previous research has demonstrated that extinction in the form of re-presentation of expelled bites is an effective intervention for treating food expulsion. The current study compared the effectiveness of re-presenting expulsions with a spoon to re-presenting with a Nuk brush for a 4-year-old boy with a feeding disorder. Fewer expulsions were observed when using the brush for re-presentation, and further reductions were observed when the brush was also used for initial presentations.
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