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Abstract

This study evaluated the effects of two satiation procedures, large portions and supplementary feedings, as interventions for rumination maintained by automatic reinforcement for an individual with developmental disabilities. Results showed that supplemental feedings produced a greater reduction in the rate of rumination than the large portions treatment. Additionally, 30 min supplemental feedings were more effective than 15 min supplemental feedings. Copyright © 2007 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.