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John Langshaw Austin

University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
"John Austin"
Mean distance: 20.78 (cluster 26)
Cross-listing: Philosophy Tree


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Harold Arthur Prichard grad student Oxford (Philosophy Tree)


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Bill Bonney grad student Oxford (Philosophy Tree)
Horace Romano Harré grad student Oxford (Philosophy Tree)
John Searle grad student Oxford


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Jon S. Bailey collaborator Florida State (PsychTree)
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Austin JL, Groves EA, Reynish LC, et al. (2015) Validating trial-based functional analyses in mainstream primary school classrooms Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 48: 274-288
Weatherly JN, Dymond S, Samuels L, et al. (2014) Validating the gambling functional assessment--revised in a United kingdom sample. Journal of Gambling Studies / Co-Sponsored by the National Council On Problem Gambling and Institute For the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming. 30: 335-47
Austin JL, Falconier MK. (2013) Spirituality and Common Dyadic Coping: Protective Factors From Psychological Aggression in Latino Immigrant Couples Journal of Family Issues. 34: 323-346
Austin JL, Bevan D. (2011) Using differential reinforcement of low rates to reduce children's requests for teacher attention. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 44: 451-61
May RJ, Austin JL, Dymond S. (2011) Effects of a stimulus prompt display on therapists' accuracy, rate, and variation of trial type delivery during discrete trial teaching Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. 5: 305-316
Austin JL, Soeda JM. (2008) Fixed-time teacher attention to decrease off-task behaviors of typically developing third graders. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 41: 279-83
Oyebode JR, Telling AL, Hardy RM, et al. (2007) Awareness of memory functioning in early Alzheimer's disease: lessons from a comparison with healthy older people and young adults. Aging & Mental Health. 11: 761-7
Austin JL, Agar G. (2005) Helping young children follow their teachers' directions: The utility of high probability command sequences in pre-k and kindergarten classrooms Education and Treatment of Children. 28: 222-236
Austin JL, Lee MG, Thibeault MD, et al. (2002) Effects of Guided Notes on University Students' Responding and Recall of Information Journal of Behavioral Education. 11: 243-254
Carr JE, Austin JL, Britton LN, et al. (1999) An assessment of social validity trends in applied behavior analysis Behavioral Interventions. 14: 223-231
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