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Five types of responses were possible: (a) unprompted correct responding, (b) unprompted incorrect responding, (c) prompted correct responding, (d) prompted incorrect responding, and (e) no response (see Table 4 for descriptions).
Inclusion criteria for child participants were (a) educational eligibility for special education services; (b) chronological age between 36 and 72 months at start of study; (c) minimum mental age of 18 months as measured by the Mullen Scales of Early Learning (MSEL; Mullen, 1995), because children without disabilities begin to engage in pretend play at about 18 months (Belsky & Most, 1981); (d) greater than 80% attendance rate for the previous month based on teacher report; (e) play-related IEP goal(s); (f) ability to participate in a one-on-one play activity with an adult for 5 min; and (g) fewer than five different unprompted pretend play behaviors during an adapted version of the Structured Play Assessment (SPA; Ungerer & Sigman, 1981).
Nearly a third were unable to give any unprompted explanation of why Britain fought in the Second World War.
As the title suggests, the film is about a group of people who, unknown and unprompted, discover a way to end their lives.
HMRC waived 50 per cent of the fixed penalty for late notification in recognition of the fact that I did approach them unprompted and my oversight was in good faith.
What was unexpected, though, was that he signalled - completely unprompted - that the second crossing between Runcorn and Widnes will go ahead, after months of fears about how the funding for the project will be put together.
According to the study, 28 percent of children ages 9 to 13 in 2006 had unprompted recall of Verb, while 47 percent recalled the campaign after prompting.
And then he launched an unprompted attack on the former MD, his ire piqued by her comments in a newspaper interview on the morning of the game.
This is but one example of how companies are increasingly learning more about their customers by tuning into unprompted consumer expression, or "listening.
This gold standard list is enlighten ing, because these were unprompted responses from the retailers," Mahecha notes.