Bridget Shore

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University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
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Zhou L, Iwata BA, Shore BA. (2002) Reinforcing efficacy of food on performance during pre- and postmeal sessions. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 35: 411-4
Zhou L, Iwata BA, Goff GA, et al. (2001) Longitudinal analysis of leisure-item preferences. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 34: 179-84
Babbitt RL, Shore BA, Smith M, et al. (2001) Stimulus fading in the treatment of adipsia Behavioral Interventions. 16: 197-207
Shore BA, Babbitt RL, Williams KE, et al. (1998) Use of texture fading in the treatment of food selectivity. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 31: 621-33
Lerman DC, Iwata BA, Shore BA, et al. (1997) Effects of intermittent punishment on self-injurious behavior: an evaluation of schedule thinning. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 30: 187-201
Shore BA, Iwata BA, DeLeon IG, et al. (1997) An analysis of reinforcer substitutability using object manipulation and self-injury as competing responses. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 30: 21-41
Lerman DC, Iwata BA, Shore BA, et al. (1996) Responding maintained by intermittent reinforcement: implications for the use of extinction with problem behavior in clinical settings. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 29: 153-71
Shore BA, Lerman DC, Smith RG, et al. (1995) Direct assessment of quality of care in a geriatric nursing home. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 28: 435-48
Smith RG, Iwata BA, Shore BA. (1995) Effects of subject- versus experimenter-selected reinforcers on the behavior of individuals with profound developmental disabilities. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 28: 61-71
Shore BA, Iwata BA, Vollmer TR, et al. (1995) Pyramidal staff training in the extension of treatment for severe behavior disorders. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 28: 323-32
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