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284BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION TEACHING LANGUAGE TO PSYCHOTIC CHILDRENBEHAVIOR MODIFICATION: TEACHING LANGUAGE TO PSYCHOTIC CHILDREN1968color42 min16mm Based on the pioneering work of Ivar Lovass at the University of California, Los Angeles, the use of reinforcement and stimulus fading techniques in the teaching of speech to psychotic children is explained. Methods and data are presented on the acquisition of certain aspects of meaning, as well as the establishment of relational terms.