The Antecedent
Learner Behavior
The Consequence
Conducting Sessions

1.9 Listener Responding

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Listener responding is how we learn what things are called (e.g., ice cream), how we use them (e.g., eat it), their features (e.g., white, cold) and what groups they belong to (e.g., food). Listener responding also allows people to follow directions to perform tasks (e.g., “sit down”). Finally, listener responding is how we learn to identify colors, shapes, letters, and numbers.

A picture of a teddy bear, responding to the presence of a listener.
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