Degree Granting Department
Child and Family Studies
Raymond G. Miltenberger
acoustical guidance, feedback, performing arts, secondary reinforcement, sports performance
The purpose of this study was to evaluate TAGteach as a training procedure to increase the fluency of three dance movements in a multiple baseline across behaviors design with 4 students of dance. Target behaviors included a pirouette/turn, kick, and a leap/jump, respective of the level of the class. A dance instructor was trained to implement the TAGteach procedure by the primary researcher. The targeted dance movements remained at a stable level during baseline and improved sequentially for each participant following the introduction of the TAGteach training. Implications for future research are discussed.
Scholar Commons Citation
Quinn, Mallory Joanne, "Utilizing TAGteach to Enhance Proficiency in Dance Movements" (2013). Graduate Theses and Dissertations.