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Figure 1. From: Using Percentile Schedules to Increase Eye Contact in Children With Fragile X Syndrome.

Eye-contact duration (in seconds) for Bob, Jesse, and Sal at baseline and in the percentile schedule condition. Data points represent five-trial means.

Scott S Hall, et al. J Appl Behav Anal. 2009 Spring;42(1):171-176.
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Figure 2. From: Using Percentile Schedules to Increase Eye Contact in Children With Fragile X Syndrome.

Results for Ben, Jay, and Eric at baseline and in the percentile schedule plus overcorrection. Open circles indicate eye-contact duration (in seconds) plotted along the left y axis. Bars indicate duration of the overcorrection consequence (in minutes) plotted along the right y axis. Data points represent five-trial means.

Scott S Hall, et al. J Appl Behav Anal. 2009 Spring;42(1):171-176.

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