Archive of the Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration

This peer-reviewed (refereed) journal was a primary outlet for discoveries and practices being developed by chart users and precision teachers from 1980 to 2010. The journal was discontinued, in part because we began to shift our focus to more dynamic forms of communication, such as online special interest group forums and webinars. This archive contains a wealth of information, research, and insights directly from practitioners and scholars who used the standard celeration chart as their primary measurement and decision-making tool. Peruse it and you’re bound to find something of interest.

 Select a specific volume number or year from the drop-down menu below, or search by an author’s name, title, or keywords. Full issues can be found by selecting a specific volume/issue number. 

Please Note: Several issues of the journal were reprints of previous publications. We’ve chosen to archive these issues by their original publication date.

Volume 15(1) is a reprint of Volume 1(1-4)
Volume 16(1) is a reprint of Volume 2(1-4)
Volume 16(2) is a reprint of Volume 3(1-2)
Volume 17(1) is a reprint of Volume 3(3-4)
YearVolume/IssueCitation/Download
198001.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 1, Issue 1

198001.01

Wood, D. L., & Fisher, D. (1980). Precise program evaluation using learning picture reports or “you oughta be in pictures. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(1), 2-8.

198001.01

Neufeld, K., & Lindsley, O. (1980). Charting to compare children's learning at four different reading performance levels. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(1), 9-17.

198001.01

Merbitz, C. T., & Olander, C. P. (1980). Precision teaching in a university center. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(1), 18-26.

198001.01

McGreevy, P. (1980). Hard to do becomes easy to learn. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(1), 27-29.

198001.01

Johnson, J., & Jackson, J. (1980). Stepping ahead results in improved learning. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(1), 29-30.

198001.01

Johnson, J. (1980). The effectiveness of tool skills and a hunch about the performance and learning of retarded persons. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(1), 31, 32.

198001.01

Graf, S. (1980). Remembering people a minute a day. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(1), 31, 33-35.

198001.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 1, Issue 2

198001.02

Berquam, E. M., & Siders, J. Z. (1980). Reading samples as predictors of reading achievement. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(2), 3-9.

198001.02

Miller, J. E., & Calkin, A. B. (1980). Using precision teaching in a secondary science class. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(2), 10-17.

198001.02

Lessen, E. I. (1980). The use of contingent nonverbal teacher-attention to decrease out-of-seat behavior. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(2), 18-21.

198001.02

Haughton, E. C., Maloney, M., & Desjardins, A. (1980). The tender loving care chart. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(2), 22-25.

198001.02

Hoffman, C., & Hoffman, P. (1980). “Mom, put it down on my chart before you forget it.” Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(2), 26, 27.

198001.02

Vitale, B., & Berquam, E. (1980). You get what you reinforce the effects of rewarding performance. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(2), 26, 28, 29.

198001.02

Bower, R. (1980). Trends in education: A celeration analysis. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(2), 28, 30-36.

198001.02

Performance and learning world records. (1980). Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(2), 30.

198001.03

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 1, Issue 3

198001.03

Haughton, E. C. (1980). Practicing practices: Learning by activity. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(3), 3-20.

198001.03

Flanagan, B. C. (1980). Fisher's exact probability and precision teaching: Uses, limits and an efficient method of calculation. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(3), 21-29.

198001.03

Hurst, M., Hurst, R., & Clemons, J. (1980). Patsy started it and now everybody wants to do it. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(3), 30-31.

198001.03

Haughton, E. C. (1980). Eulogy: Jean Piaget – 1886-1980 (84 years). Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(3), 32-33.

198101.04

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 1, Issue 4

198101.04

Shryock, E., Eaton, M., & Bogert, M. (1981). If you can't say something nice….” Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(4), 2-5.

198101.04

Jones, T. (1981). Peer-comparison percent and frequency scores for grades 8, 9, and 10. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(4), 6-13.

198101.04

Hicks, D. M., Johnson, E., & Framer, E. M. (1981). Why we should have used the standard behavior chart and celeration: A case study. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(4), 14-16.

198101.04

Performance and learning world records. (1981). Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(4), 16.

198101.04

McGreevy, P. (1981). The journal of precision teaching: Volume 1 look at how we've grown. Journal of Precision Teaching, 1(4), 16-17.

198102.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 2, Issue 1

198102.01

Bower, B., & Orgel, R. (1981). To err is divine. Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(1), 3-12.

198102.01

Performance and learning world records. (1981). Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(1), 12.

198102.01

Berquam, S. (1981). STRAT analysis: Using stratified celeration stacks to summarize charted data. Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(1), 13-17.

198102.01

Albrecht, P. (1981). Using precision teaching techniques to encourage creative writing. Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(1), 18-21.

198102.01

Kaiser, M. (1981). Precision teaching in adult basic education, or precise and frequent measurement as a life-saving device. Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(1), 24-26.

198102.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 2, Issue 2

198102.02

Calkin, A. B. (1981). Facts, funs, and frees during educational films. Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(2), 3-17.

198102.02

Pennypacker, M. L., & Pennypacker, H. S. (1981). An effective group-based duration contingency for classroom management. Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(2), 18-21.

198102.02

Binder, C., Pollard, J., & Rast, J. (1981). Strategies for identifying reinforcers and punishers. Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(2), 21-25.

198102.02

Bower, R., & Meier, K. (1981). Will the real lowest learner please stand up? Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(2), 25-27.

198102.03

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 2, Issue 3

198102.03

Neely, M. (1981). Seven ways of describing reading--McGuffey's and six more: Part 1. Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(3), 2-8.

198102.03

Calkin, A. B. (1981). One minute timing improves inners. Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(3), 9-21.

198102.03

Thomsen, S. (1981). Articulation and language therapy using precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(3), 22-27.

198102.03

Conser, L. R. (1981). Charting: The quick picker upper. Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(3), 27-29.

198202.04

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 2, Issue 4

198202.04

Neely, M. (1982). Seven ways of describing reading--McGuffey's and six more: Part II. Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(4), 2-10.

198202.04

Maloney, M. (1982). Teaching the daily standard behavior chart: A direct instruction approximation. Journal of Precision Teaching, 2(4), 11-30.

198203.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 3, Issue 1

198203.01

Neely, M. (1982). Seven ways of describing reading--McGuffey's and six more: Parts III and IV. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 1-9.

198203.01

Binder, C. V., & Jameson, D. (1982). An analysis of interval size in a momentary time-sampling procedure. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 9-15.

198203.01

Merbitz, C. T. (1982). Technical note: A simple calculator to counter conversion. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 15, 16.

198203.01

Brown, C., & Bower, B. (1982). The key to success. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 15 ,17 ,18.

198203.01

Graf, S. A. (1982). Standard celeration charting grows yearly at ABA. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 17, 19-21.

198203.01

McGreevy, P. (1982). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 21.

198203.01

Eaton, M., & Albrecht, P. (1982). Curriculum. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 21-22.

198203.01

Binder, C., & Merbitz, C. (1982). Rehabilitation. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 22.

198203.01

Albrecht, P., & Eaton, M. (1982). Preservice and inservice training. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 22-23, 24.

198203.01

Wolking, B. (1982). Teacher training revisited. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 23, 25.

198203.01

Berquam, S., & Starlin, A. (1982). Administratively speaking. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 25.

198203.01

Pennypacker, H. S. (1982). Higher education. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 25-26.

198203.01

Graf, S., & Wolking, W. (1982). Computers. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 26.

198203.01

Calkin, A. B. (1982). Inners. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(1), 26-27.

198203.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 3, Issue 2

198203.02

Eaton, M., & Wittman, V. (1982). Leaps up: Acceleration of learning through increasing material difficulty. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 29-33.

198203.02

Fox, S. (1982). Has precision teaching made an impact in the field of education? Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 34-38.

198203.02

Mucci, T., & Evans, W. (1982). The effect of restricted television viewing on the violent remarks of a five year old boy. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 38, 39.

198203.02

Robbins, C. L. (1982). Learning in an early intervention preschool. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 38, 40, 41.

198203.02

Holden, J. E. (1982). Losing grip on my neurosis--or how precision teaching changed my life. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 40, 42-43.

198203.02

Miller, T., & Merbitz, C. (1982). Hemianopsia rehabilitation. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 43-45.

198203.02

Bower, B., & Hildebrandt, C. (1982). Mother and daughter learning together. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 45, 46.

198203.02

Pollard, J. (1982). Celtic pride: A functional definition. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 45, 47, 48.

198203.02

Strobl, M. E., Deshazer, T., & Deshazer, T. (1982). Together we can do it--we proved it. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 47, 49-50.

198203.02

Raggio, S., & Bitgood, S. C. (1982). The effect of number of math drills per day on math performance. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 50, 51.

198203.02

McGreevy, P. (1982). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 50, 52.

198203.02

Eaton, M., & Albrecht, P. (1982). Curriculum. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 52-55.

198203.02

Binder, C., & Merbitz, C. (1982). Habilitation/rehabilitation. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 55.

198203.02

Wolking, W., Graf, S., & Eshleman, J. (1982). Computers. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 55-56.

198203.03

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 3, Issue 3

198203.03

Mercer, C. D., Mercer, A. R., & Evans, S. (1982). The use of frequency in establishing instructional aims. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(3), 57-63.

198203.03

McGreevy, P., Thomas, J. G., Lacy, L., Krantz, S., & Salisbury, C. (1982). Can learning or variability be predicted from low initial performance: Implications for precision teachers and equal interval charters? Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(3), 63-68.

198203.03

Brown, C., & Gibson, B. (1982). Monitoring the use of a specialized library. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(3), 68, 69.

198203.03

Campbell, K. U., & McCarthy-Jensen, D. (1982). Digit typing for micro-computer math programs: Toward a determination of proficiency standards. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(3), 68, 70, 71.

198203.03

McGreevy, P. (1982). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(3), 70, 72.

198203.03

Berquam, S., & Starlin, A. (1982). Charting administrative behaviors. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(3), 72-74.

198203.03

Binder, C., & Merbitz, C. (1982). Rehabilitation. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(3), 74-75.

198203.03

Haughton, E. C. (1982). Considering standards. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(3), 75-77.

198303.04

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 3, Issue 4

198303.04

Lovitt, T. C., & Fantasia, K. (1983). A precision teaching project with learning disabled children. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(4), 85-91.

198303.04

Eaton, M., & Fox, S. (1983). Using precision teaching to teach precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(4), 91-96.

198303.04

Dunn, B. (1983). Try and try again. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(4), 96, 97.

198303.04

Randolph, M. (1983). Phase changes lead to success. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(4), 96, 98-99.

198303.04

McGreevy, P. (1983). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(4), 100.

198303.04

Lindsley, O. R. (1983). Say reward, relief, punishment, or penalty. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(4), 100-101.

198304.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 4, Issue 1

198304.01

McDade, C. E., Rubenstein, S. B., & Olander, C. P. (1983). Parallel between frequency testing and performance on essay questions in a theories of personality course. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(1), 1-5.

198304.01

Spooner, F., & Spooner, D. (1983). Variability: An aid in the assessment of the effectiveness of training procedures. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(1), 5-14.

198304.01

McCarthy-Jensen, D., & Campbell, K. U. (1983). A computerized math deficit remediation. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(1), 14,15.

198304.01

Evans, W. H., & Evans, S. S. (1983). Self-counting in the treatment of gilles de la tourette syndrome. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(1), 14, 16-17.

198304.01

Wright, D. M. (1983). We were spell bound. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(1), 17-18.

198304.01

McGreevy, P. (1983). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(1), 19.

198304.01

Eaton, M. (1983). Curriculum. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(1), 19-20.

198304.01

Wolking, B., Graf, S., & Eshleman, J. (1983). Computers. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(1), 20-21.

198304.01

Binder, C., & Merbitz, C. (1983). Rehabilitation. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(1), 21.

198304.01

Berquam, S., Anderson, T., Meyerson, G., & Calkin, A. B. (1983). Administrative charts. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(1), 21-22.

198304.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 4, Issue 2

198304.02

Wolking, W. D., Sakowitz, S., & Nancarrow, E. (1983). Some comparisons between see/write and see/type arithmetic timings. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(2), 25-28.

198304.02

Evans, S. S., Merger, C. D., & Evans, W. H. (1983). The relationship of frequency to subsequent skill acquisition. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(2), 28-34.

198304.02

Calkin, A. B., (1983). Counting fetal movement. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(2), 35-40.

198304.02

Elrick, K., & Maechtlen, A. D. (1983). How precision teaching decelerated inappropriate physical contacts. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(2), 40-42.

198304.02

Flanagan, P. (1983). Discipline in an elementary school. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(2), 42-43.

198304.02

McGreevy, P. (1983). Notes form the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(2), 44.

198304.02

Eaton, M. (1983). Curriculum. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(2), 44-45.

198304.02

Eshleman, J., Graf, S., & Wolking, B. (1983). Computers. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(2), 45-46.

198304.02

Eaton, M. (1983). Letter to the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(2), 46.

198304.03

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 4, Issue 3

198304.03

Eaton, M., Anderson, T., Jones, J., Kidder, S., Rees, P., & Storaasli, R. (1983). Precision teaching: Extending the boundaries. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(3), 53-56, 57-60.

198304.03

Eshleman, J. W. (1983). All the known precision teaching references. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(3), 56, 61-67.

198304.03

McGreevy, P. (1983). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(3), 67.

198304.03

Robbins, C. (1983). Teacher to teacher. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(3), 67-68.

198304.03

McGreevy, P. (1983). Around the chart. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(3), 68-69, 70.

198304.03

Eaton, M., & Albrecht, P. (1983). Curriculum. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(3), 69, 71-72.

198304.03

Albrecht, P., & Eaton, M. (1983). Preservice and inservice training. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(3), 72-73.

198304.03

Wolking, B., Graf, S., & Eshleman, J. (1983). Computers. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(3), 73-74.

198304.03

Lindsley, O. R. (1983). Terminology free/abbreviate, free/write, and free/say. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(3), 74-75.

198404.04

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 4, Issue 4

198404.04

Wolking, W., & Gerent, M. (1984). A precision teaching database. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(4), 77-85.

198404.04

Peterson, C., & Holman, R. (1984). Group language activity to increase recall of facts. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(4), 85-86, 87-88.

198404.04

McGreevy, P. (1984). From 1-1/4 miles to a marathon: Monitoring running on the standard celeration chart for 31 months. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(4), 86, 89-91.

198404.04

McGreevy, P. (1984). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(4), 91-92.

198404.04

McGreevy, P. (1984). Around the standard celeration chart. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(4), 92-94.

198404.04

Robbins, C. (1984). Teacher to teacher. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(4), 95.

198404.04

Haughton, E. C. (1984). Standards refining measurement. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(4), 96-99.

198404.04

Wolking, B. (1984). Computers. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(4), 99-100.

198404.04

Pollard, J. (1984). Letter to the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(4), 100-102.

198405.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 5, Issue 1

198405.01

Maechtlen, A. D., & McDowell, R. L. (1984). Reducing grabbing by a profoundly retarded boy in a public school. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(1), 1-3.

198405.01

Lovitt, T. C. (1984). On writing a book. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(1), 3-9.

198405.01

Peterson, S. K. (1984). Self-report used to monitor and change positive and negative verbalizations. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(1), 9-11.

198405.01

Landry, L., & McGreevy, P. (1984). The paper clip counter (PCC): An inexpensive and reliable device for collecting behavior frequencies. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(1), 11-13.

198405.01

Bower, R. L. (1984). Arcade style software for your micro: A review of DLM's arcademic skill builders for math and language arts. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(1), 14-19.

198405.01

McGreevy, P. (1984). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(1), 19-20.

198405.01

Wolking, B. (1984). Computing. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(1), 20-21.

198405.01

Diviaio, L., & Hefferan, M. (1984). Letter to the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(1), 22-23.

198405.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 5, Issue 2

198405.02

Billingsley, F. F., & Beebe, R. L. (1984). A single movement frequency strategy for programs serving severely handicapped learners. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(2), 25-28.

198405.02

McGreevy, P. (1984). Frequency and the standard celeration chart: Necessary components of precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(2), 28-36.

198405.02

Eshleman, J. W. (1984). Obtaining a learning picture in a half-hour. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(2), 36-40.

198405.02

Mayer-Sherman, M. (1984). Teaching signing to children with severe handicaps. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(2), 40-43.

198405.02

McGreevy, P. (1984). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(2), 43.

198405.02

McGreevy, P. (1984). Around the standard celeration chart. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(2), 43-48.

198405.03

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 5, Issue 3

198405.03

Eaton, M., Partlow, C., Hermann, K., & Lankenau, A. (1984). Doubles, neighbors and two houses away: A quick trip to aim on addition facts. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(3), 49-53.

198405.03

Bourie, C. (1984). The pre-purchase assessment: Guarding against those nasty dust collectors. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(3), 53-55, 56-57.

198405.03

White, O. R. (1984). Aim*star wars [setting aims that compete]. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(3), 55, 58-64.

198405.03

Thomsen, S. (1984). Monitoring color naming. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(3), 64, 65.

198405.03

Korinek, L., & Wolking, B. (1984). Study methods in graduate school. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(3), 64, 66, 67.

198405.03

McGreevy, P. (1984). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(3), 66.

198405.03

Robbins, C. (1984). Teacher to teacher. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(3), 66, 68.

198405.03

McGreevy, P. (1984). Around the standard celeration chart. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(3), 68.

198505.04

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 5, Issue 4

198505.04

Young, K. R., West, R. P., & Crawford, A. (1985). The acquisition and maintenance of reading skills by intellectually handicapped deaf students. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(4), 73-86.

198505.04

White, O. R. (1985). Aim*star wars [setting aims that compete]. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(4), 86-94, 95-96.

198505.04

Myerson, G. (1985). An announcement. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(4), 94, 97.

198505.04

McGreevy, P. (1985). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(4), 97.

198506.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 6, Issue 1

198506.01

Wolking, B., Branscum, G., & McKay, C. (1985). Functional communication skills among exceptional and normal eight year old children. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(1), 1-6.

198506.01

White, O. R. (1985). Aim*star wars [setting aims that compete]. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(1), 7-14.

198506.01

Bower, R. (1985). Self-charting: Giving kids a chance. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(1), 14-20.

198506.01

Peterson, S. K. (1985). Number reversals: An effective intervention. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(1), 20-23.

198506.01

McGreevy, P. (1985). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(1), 23-24.

198506.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 6, Issue 2

198506.02

In memory: Eric Haughton. (1985). Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(2), 25.

198506.02

Evans, S. S., & Evans, W. H. (1985). Frequencies that ensure skill competency. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(2), 25-30.

198506.02

White, O. R. (1985). Aim*star wars [setting aims that compete]. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(2), 30-35.

198506.02

McCrudden, T. (1985). Precision running: A real shortcut! Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(2), 35-36, 37.

198506.02

Nelson, K., & Peterson, C. (1985). Two-year chart. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(2), 36, 38, 39.

198506.02

Tenenbaum, H. A., & Peterson, S. K. (1985). Celeration and ritalin. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(2), 38, 40-45.

198506.02

Diviaio, L., & Ellis, A. (1985). High see-say frequencies in a special education classroom. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(2), 45-46.

198506.03

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 6, Issue 3

198506.03

McDade, C. E., Austin, D. M., & Olander, C. P. (1985). Technological advances in precision teaching: A comparison between computer-testing and SAFMEDS. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(3), 49-54.

198506.03

Eshleman, J. W. (1985). Improvement pictures with low celerations: An early foray into the use of SAFMEDS. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(3), 54-63.

198506.03

Hendler, C. P. (1985). The effects of precision teaching on children with academic difficulties. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(3), 63-68.

198506.03

McGreevy, P. (1985). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(3), 68.

198506.03

Mason, C. Y. (1985). Social skills. Journal of Precision Teaching 6(3), 68-69.

198506.03

Mason, C. Y. (1985). Precision teaching and social skills training: Some possible directions. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(3), 69-71.

198606.04

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 6, Issue 4

198606.04

Gayler, D. E. (1986). Less than 4 hours to fluent library locational behavior. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(4), 73-80.

198606.04

Olander, C. P., Collins, D. L., McArthur, B. L., Watts, R. O., & McDade, C. E. (1986). Retention among college students: A comparison of traditional versus precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(4), 80-82.

198606.04

Abstracts. (1986). Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(4), 82-84, 85.

198606.04

Neely, M. D. (1986). Principal pride walls. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(4), 84, 85.

198606.04

Caimi, J. R. (1986). Clearing the smoke. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(4), 84, 86-87.

198606.04

Martin, J. L. (1986). Improving responses to parental requests. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(4), 87-89.

198606.04

Durr, G. (1986). Sleeping through the night. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(4), 89, 90.

198606.04

McGreevy, P. (1986). Notes from the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(4), 89, 91.

198606.04

A precision teacher/standard celeration charter's guide to the 1986 ABA convention. (1986). Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(4), 91-94.

199007.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 7, Issue 1

199007.01

Stromberg, G., & Chappell, M. (1990). Where have all the classrooms gone? Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(1), 1-4.

199007.01

Crawford, E., & Olson, J. (1990). Precision teaching with the physically impaired: They can chart too! Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(1), 4-8.

199007.01

Sroka, K. M. (1990). A comparison of thirty-second and sixty-second frequencies. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(1), 8-11.

199007.01

Joyce, B., & Joyce, J. (1990). A molar and molecular analysis of logarithmically charted running data. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(1), 11-14.

199007.01

Orloff, T., & Tenenbaum, H. A. (1990). Probe sheet construction. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(1), 14-15.

199007.01

Roberson, W., & Wolking, B. (1990). Word calling learning: A twelve-year-old female with congenital temporal lobe agenesis. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(1), 16-19.

199007.01

McCrudden, T. (1990). Precision teaching: Feeling fixer. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(1), 19-20.

199007.01

Wanat, P. (1990). Proficient frequencies: Have we lost sight? Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(1), 20-21.

199007.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 7, Issue 2

199007.02

Pennypacker, H. S. (1990). Dedication. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 3.

199007.02

McDade, C. E. (1990). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 4.

199007.02

McDade, C. E. (1990). Enhancing instructional technology: From research to reality. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 5-6.

199007.02

Lindsley, O. R. (1990). Our aims, discoveries, failures, and problem. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 7-17.

199007.02

Eshleman, J. W. (1990). The history and future of precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 18-27.

199007.02

Haughton, E. C. (1990). Refining measurement. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 28-30.

199007.02

Maloney, M. (1990). Remembrances of Eric. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 31.

199007.02

Binder, C. (1990). Asking questions with Eric Haughton. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 32.

199007.02

Binder, C. (1990). Precision teaching and curriculum based measurement. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 33-35.

199007.02

Maloney, M., Desjardins, A., & Broad, P. (1990). Teach your children well. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 36-58.

199007.02

Wolking, B., Harris, C., Ferro, J., & Scott, J. (1990). Effects of text grade level on oral reading with mildly handicapped students. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 59-68.

199007.02

McDade, C. E., & Olander, C. P. (1990). SAFMEDS design: A comparison of three protocols. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 69-73.

199007.02

Calkin, A. B. (1990). Changes in behavior as the result of the death of a relative. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 74-78.

199007.02

Peterson, S. K., Hudson, P. J., Mercer, C. D., & McLeod, P. D. (1990). The effect of the concrete to abstract teaching sequence on acquisition and retention of place value skills. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 79-84.

199108.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 8, Issue 1

199108.01

McDade, C. (1991). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), 1.

199108.01

White, O. (1991). Notes from below the floor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), 4.

199108.01

Lindsley, O. R. (1991). B. F. Skinner (1904-1990): Thank you, Grandpa Fred! Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), 5-11.

199108.01

Connolly, M., & Hendrickson, D. (1991). Commentary on the 9th international precision teaching conference. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), 12-15.

199108.01

Carroll, C. L., McCormick, S., & Cooper, J. O. (1991). Effects of a modified repeated reading procedure on reading fluency of severely disabled readers. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), 16-26.

199108.01

McDade, C. E., Cunningham, D. B., Brown, J. M., Boyd, B. B., & Olander, C. P. (1991). A minute a day to enhanced reading skills. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), 27-33.

199108.01

Trott, M. C., Maechtlen, A. D., & Bienarz, S. A. (1991). Organizing your special education classroom with precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), 34-39.

199108.01

Calkin, A. B. (1991). School attendance of Adolescent Unit patients at Capital City Schools. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), 40-47.

199108.01

Cooper, J. O., & Eshleman, J. W. (1991). Suggestions for presenting multiple baseline analyses on standard celeration charts. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), 48-57.

199108.01

Lindsley, O. R. (1991). Skinner's impact on education. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), 58-60.

199108.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 8, Issue 2

199108.02

McDade, C. E. (1991). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(2), 1.

199108.02

Lindsley, O. R. (1991). B. F. Skinner – Mnemonic for his contributions to precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(2), 2-7.

199108.02

Beck, R., & Clement, R. (1991). The Great Falls Precision Teaching Project: An historical examination. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(2), 8-12.

199108.02

Andrews, P. E., & Billingsley, F. F. (1991). Stimulus control of personally intrusive behavior. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(2), 13-24.

199108.02

Cancio, E. J., Young, K. R., Macfarlene, C. A., West, R. P., & Blair, M. E. (1991). Eliminating self-injurious behavior through the use of a functional analysis, antecedent interventions, reinforcement procedures and data-based decision making. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(2), 25-36.

199108.02

Beneke, W. M. (1991). Precision teaching to enhance reading skills of introductory psychology students. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(2), 37-43.

199108.02

Cooper, J. O. (1991). Can this marriage be saved? Self-management of destructive inners. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(2), 44-46.

199108.02

McCrudden, T., Silkey, P., Chaney, D., & Langner, H. (1991). Precision administering. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(2), 47-48.

199108.02

Lucas, M., & Wolking, W. (1991). Sending a note home: A great motivational factor for a seven-year-old female learning basic subtraction problems. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(2), 49-50.

199108.02

In Memoriam: John Alfred Barlow. (1991). Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(2), 53.

199209.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 9, Issue 1

199209.01

McDade, C. E. (1992). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 1.

199209.01

Eshleman, J. W. (1992). A behavioral measurement parable. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 2-5.

199209.01

Sweeney, W. J., Omness, C. K., Janusz, K. L., & Cooper, J. O. (1992). Adult literacy and precision teaching: Repeated readings and see/cover/write practice to improve reading and spelling. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 6-19.

199209.01

Fister, S., Passaro, P., & Kemp, K. (1992). Blending precision teaching into a model for effective instruction. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 20-23.

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Pierce, G. (1992). Implementation of precision teaching by the speech-pathologist. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 24-25.

199209.01

Smith, C. L., & Hogan, D. (1992). Practice precisely write. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 26-27.

199209.01

Schroeder, B. (1992). Out of the classroom and into my planner: Charting accountability to achieve personal goals. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 28-29.

199209.01

Moore, J. (1992). Magic pencils – reading by writing. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 30-32.

199209.01

Haughton, E., Freeman, G., & Binder, C. (1992). Learning with precision teaching: A gift we share at the Haughton Learning Center. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 33.

199209.01

Stan-Spence, A., Spence, I., Whited, C., & Welch, J. (1992). Frequent flyers: The effect of increased fluency practice at planned intervals on students with severe memory deficits. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 34.

199209.01

Register, M., Young, K. R., & Register, S. E. (1992). The use of a functional analysis in conjunction with precision teaching procedures to eliminate food-grabbing behavior in a student with autism. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 35-36.

199209.01

Daly, P. M. (1992). Suspending disbelief: Teaching experienced LD teachers to use precision teaching and persuading them to use it. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 37-38.

199209.01

Spence, I., Hively, W. (1992). Self-select vs. programmed presentation: Does the child know best? Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 39.

199209.01

Binder, C. (1992). What we know about fluency. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 40.

199209.01

Downs, J. (1992). Utilizing precision teaching and curriculum-based measurement to effectively build and monitor behavior. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 41.

199209.01

McDade, C. E., Barnes, A. J., Brown, J. M., & Doeltz, P. (1992). Yes, Virginia, there is learning taking place - It's all in the approach: Course Builder, PT, and thee. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 42-50.

199209.01

Keller, D., Graf, S., & Schroeder, B. (1992). Measuring the change of attitudes and opinions. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 51-52.

199209.01

Beck, R., & Conrad, D. (1992). An introduction to precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 53.

199209.01

West, R., Young, K. R., Fister, S., & Freston, J. (1992). Advanced precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 54.

199209.01

Maloney, M. (1992). Teaching children to chart. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 54.

199209.01

Johnson, K. R. (1992). Instructional design. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 55.

199209.01

Steiger, M., & Hunt, M. (1992). Who's in control? Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 56.

199209.01

Parsons, J., & Polson, D. (1992). Fluency building with Think Fast. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 57.

199209.01

Cowardin, J., & Eshleman, J. (1992). Development with MasterLearn systems. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 57.

199209.01

Graf, S. (1992). Using PracticeSheeter to make your own practice sheets. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 58.

199209.01

Young, K. R., Blair, M., Kemblouski, E., & Cancio, E. (1992). Combining a functional analysis of behavior, computer technology, and precision teaching to solve challenging problem behaviors. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 58.

199209.01

Precision teaching resources guide. (1992). Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 59-63.

199209.01

Notes from below the floor. (1992). Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 64.

199210.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 10, Issue 1

199210.01

McDade, C. E. (1992). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(1), 1.

199210.01

Cull, M. C., Ward, P., Sweeney, W. J., & Drevno, G. E. (1992). Seven successive Saturdays. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(1), 10-15.

199210.01

Ward, P., Cull, M. C., Sweeney, W. J., & Drevno, G. E. (1992). Teaching throwing: Precision teaching in physical education. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(1), 16-21.

199210.01

Neely, M. D., Street, C., & Pupils. (1992). Cindy Street and her second graders relate to rapid practice and charts. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(1), 22-33.

199210.01

Daly, P. M., & Guldswog, J. (1992). Repeated readings with precision teaching to distinguish LD from NLD. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(1), 34-41.

199210.01

Calkin, A. B. (1992). The inner eye: Improving self-esteem. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(1), 42-52.

199210.01

Johnson-Talbert, C., & Cooper, J. O. (1992). Precision teaching and Alzheimer's. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(1), 53-72.

199210.01

McDade, C. E. (1992). A. Jane Barnes: Precision learning a collegiate vocabulary. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(1), 73, 74.

199210.01

Notes from below the floor. (1992). Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(1), 73.

199210.01

In memoriam: Addie Jane Barnes. (1992). Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(1), 75.

199310.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 10, Issue 2

199310.02

McDade, C. E. (1993). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 1-2.

199310.02

Letters to the editor. (1993). Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 3.

199310.02

Brown, J. M. (1993). Linking precision teaching and traditional instruction: An editorial. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 8-10.

199310.02

Lindsley, O. R. (1993). Our discoveries over 28 years. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 11-13.

199310.02

Johnson, K. R. (1993). How to build fluency in reading, math, and writing: An overview. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 14-15.

199310.02

Lindsley, O., Graf, S., & Auman, J. (1993). Using graphics PracticeSheeter to make your own practice sheets. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 16-17.

199310.02

Maloney, M. (1993). Teaching children to chart. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 18-19.

199310.02

Desjardins, E. A., & Slocum, T. A. (1993). Integrating precision teaching and direct instruction. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 20-24.

199310.02

Desjardins, E. A. (1993). Teaching addition and subtraction word problems. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 25-28.

199310.02

Freeman, G., & Haughton, E. (1993). Building reading fluency across the curriculum. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 29-30.

199310.02

Freeman, G., & Haughton, E. (1993). Handwriting fluency. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 31-32.

199310.02

Steiger, M. (1993). If you can encourage people to see the fun in something, you can get them to paint the fence. Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 33.

199310.02

Brenchley, C., Beacham, M., Peterson, K., Sorensen, M., Ericksen, K., & McFarlane, B. (1993). The readasaurus knows PT--cross-age tutoring at Ephraim Elementary. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 34-35.

199310.02

Smith, C. L. (1993). The PT is in the teepee or how a resource teacher manages and teaches in all curriculum areas by using PT. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 36-37.

199310.02

Haughton, E., Freeman, G., & Graf, S. (1993). Accelerate your fluency on PT and charting concepts. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 38-39.

199310.02

McDade, C. E., Brown, J. M., & Goggans, L. A. (1993). It's about time: The relationship between accuracy and fluency. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 40-42.

199310.02

Keller, D., Fildes, L., & Vad, N. (1993). Charted student learning and performance as a psycho-educational component at M-Team deliberations. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 43-45.

199310.02

Lindsley, O. R., Calkin, A. B., & White, O. R. (1993). How to numerically and graphically summarize learning across classrooms, schools and published precision teaching studies (metacharting). Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2). 46-53.

199310.02

Carbone, V. J., Gayler, D. E., & Barbour, L. (1993). The role of precision teaching in a special education department's adoption of system-wide behavior analytic methods. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 54.

199310.02

Montgomery, S. C. (1993). A simple management system for versatile precision measures. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 55.

199310.02

Olander, C. P., Spangler, R. S., Dixon, J., Eiklor, D., McNutt, T., Smith, J., Hicks, L., Taylor, T., Bogart, G., & McGaha, R. (1993). Five years of success: A symposium computer-assisted precision instruction at Sullivan South High School students and teachers love it! Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 56-58.

199310.02

Calkin, A. B., & Blackwell, J. M. (1993). Charting inner behaviors. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 59.

199310.02

Eller, B. F., & Jones, B. (1993). Measuring the effect of virtual reality on human behavior. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 60.

199310.02

Keller, D., Graf, S., & Schroeder, B. (1993). Using the standard celeration chart to measure student attitude. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 61-70.

199310.02

Keller, D., & Schroeder, B. (1993). Use of the standard celeration chart for audience attitude rating of the 10th annual International Precision Teaching Conference. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 71-74.

199310.02

McDade, C. E., Brown, J. M., & Vance, R. (1993). Can computer-based precision learning increase test scores? Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), 75-78.

199311.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 11, Issue 1

199311.01

McDade, C. E. (1993). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(1), 1.

199311.01

Whalen, K. P., Willis, R. J., & Sweeney, W. J. (1993). Using 1-minute time trials and 4-minute practice sessions to improve a student's performance of fraction problems. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(1), 2-10.

199311.01

Bullara, D. T., Kimball, J. W., & Cooper, J. O. (1993). An assessment of beginning addition skills following three months without instruction or practice. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(1), 11-16.

199311.01

Stump, C. S., Boone, R., Higgins, K., & Notari, A. (1993). Hypermedia CAI and precision teaching: An exploratory study. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(1), 17-31.

199311.01

Brunner, M., McLaughlin, T. F., Sweeney, W. J. (1993). Employing error drill and feedback to improve the legibility of manuscript and cursive handwriting. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(1), 32-37.

199311.01

Miller, A. D., & Polk, A. L. (1993). Precision teaching and success for Shawn. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(1), 38-39.

199311.01

McDade, C. E. (1993). What we did on our summer vacation: Practice 399 precision competencies! Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(1), 40-43.

199311.01

Poe, A. L. (1993). Mad about math (or “Junior ExSEL”). Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(1), 44-49.

199411.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 11, Issue 2

199411.02

McDade, C. E. (1994). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(2), 1.

199411.02

Neely, M. D. (1994). Letter to the editor. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(2), 2-3.

199411.02

Lindsley, O. (1994). My early days of behavior analysis with Skinner: Light and heavy memories. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(2), 4-6.

199411.02

Lindsley, O. (1994). Peaches and lemons aid clinical discovery. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(2), 7-11.

199411.02

Lindsley, O. R. (1994). California, thanks a ton! Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(2), 12-13.

199411.02

Noland, E., McLaughlin, T. F., & Sweeney, W. J. (1994). The effects of precision teaching and add-a-word spelling on spelling performance of an adult graduate student. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(2), 14-18.

199411.02

Weber, K. P., & Cowardin, J. (1994). Computerized learning of WordPerfect using precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(2), 19-27.

199411.02

Kubina, R. M., Haertel, M. W., & Cooper, J. O. (1994). Reducing negative inner behavior of senior citizens: The one-minute counting procedure. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(2), 28-35.

199411.02

Neely, M. D. (1994). Camelot's first grade reading pilot: Report of performance and learning effects from three years of SBG's world of reading with the ’93 class enhanced by SRA's reading mastery, fast cycle I/II and precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(2), 36-58.

199412.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 12, Issue 1

199412.01

McDade, C. E. (1994). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(1), 1.

199412.01

Lindsley, O. R. (1994). "Point/see/say" or "slide/see/say" learning channels. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(1), 2-7.

199412.01

Cancio, E. J., & Maloney, M. (1994). Teaching peer-tutors how to proficiently utilize the standard celeration chart: A field test. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(1), 8-14.

199412.01

Cancio, E. J., & Maloney, M. (1994). Teaching students how to proficiently utilize the standard celeration chart. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(1), 15-45.

199412.01

Polk, A. L., & Miller, A. D. (1994). Repeated readings and precision teaching: Increasing reading fluency and comprehension in sixth through twelfth grade boys with emotional disabilities. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(1), 46-66.

199412.01

Ladenburg, S., McLaughlin, T. F., & Sweeney, W. J. (1994). The effects of drill and practice on increasing accurate formation of lower-case calligraphy letters. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(1), 67-72.

199412.01

Shirley, M. J., & Pennypacker, H. S. (1994). The effects of performance criteria on learning and retention of spelling words. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(1), 73-86.

199412.01

Eshleman, J. W. (1994). Celebrating 400 years of logarithms. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(1), 87-96.

199412.01

Lindsley, O. R. (1994). Gunter's line--standard celeration chart ancestor, not Napier's logs or bones. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(1), 97-104.

199512.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 12, Issue 2

199512.02

McDade, C. E. (1995). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 1.

199512.02

West, R. P., Young, K. R., & Spooner, F. (1995). Precision teaching: An introduction. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 2-8.

199512.02

Lindsley, O. R. (1995). Precision teaching: By teachers for children. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 9-17.

199512.02

Lovitt, T. C., Fister, S., Freston, J. L., Kemp, K., Moore, R. C., Schroeder, B., & Bauernschmidt, M. (1995). Using precision teaching techniques: Translating research. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 18-23.

199512.02

Howell, K. W., & Lorson-Howell, K. A. (1995). What's the hurry? Fluency in the classroom. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 24-28.

199512.02

Binder, C., Haughton, E., & Van Eyk, D. (1995). Increasing endurance by building fluency: Precision teaching attention span. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 29-34.

199512.02

Peterson, S. K., Scott, J., & Sroka, K. (1995). Using the language experience approach with precision. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 35-39.

199512.02

Scott, J., Wolking, B., Stoutimore, J., & Harris, C. (1995). Challenging reading for student with mild handicaps. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 40-45.

199512.02

Downs, J., & Morin, S. (1995). Improving reading fluency with precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 46-49.

199512.02

Williams, G. J., Haring, N. G., White, O. R., Rudsit, J. G., & Cohen, J. (1995). Early identification and remediation of learning problems: The PIRL project. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 50-55.

199512.02

Koorland, M. A., Keel, M. C., & Ueberhorst, P. (1995). Setting aims for precision learning. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 56-60.

199512.02

Mounsteven, J. (1995). Speed reading: A technique for developing fluent readers. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 61-62.

199512.02

Liberty, K. A., & Paeth, M. A. (1995). Self-recording for students with severe and multiple handicaps. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(2), 63-66.

199513.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 13, Issue 1

199513.01

McDade, C. E. (1995). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(1), 1.

199513.01

Lindsley, O. R. (1995). Ten products of fluency. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(1), 2-11.

199513.01

Lindsley, O. R. (1995). Lindsley’s unteaching citation. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(1), 12.

199513.01

Spaulding, J., Haertel, M. W., Seevers, R. L., & Cooper, J. O. (1995). Visual imagery and structure words: Accelerating number and words and number of descriptive words written during free writing. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(1), 13-24.

199513.01

DeAngelis, L., McLaughlin, T. F., & Sweeney, W. J. (1995). Use of error drill, feedback, praise, and fading to increase the legibility of D’Nealian handwriting with two special education students. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(1), 25-34.

199513.01

Timmons, V., McLaughlin, T. F., Kinakin, V. (1995). The effect of music on head posturing of a student with cerebral palsy: A case study. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(1), 35-46.

199513.01

Morrell, M., Morrell, R., & Kubina, R. M. (1995). Using precision teaching to enhance direct instruction sight-word reading. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(1), 47-54.

199513.01

Abba, S., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1995). Use of daily measurement, standard celeration charting, and a Nicotrol Patch to reduce cigarette smoking with a female college student: A case study. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(1), 55-59.

199513.01

Bashore, C., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1995). The effects of precision teaching and a token economy on handwriting skills: A case study. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(1), 60-66.

199513.01

Calkin, A. B. (1995). The national debt. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(1), 67-68.

199513.01

Calkin, A. B. (1995). PT data lands in fiction. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(1), 68.

199613.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 13, Issue 2

199613.02

McDade, C. E. (1996). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 1.

199613.02

Lindsley, O. R., Worsham, B., Merbitz, C., Lovitt, T., & McDade, C. (1996). Memories of Fred Keller. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 2-3.

199613.02

Cooper, J. O. (1996). The standard celeration society supports precision teachers. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 4-5.

199613.02

McDade, C. E., & Brown, J. M. (1996). Experiencing success in education and life: An intensive skills-building program. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 13-18.

199613.02

Blackwell, A., Stookey, S., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1996). The effects of using direct instruction and a re-reading contingency with precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 19-22.

199613.02

Gregori, A., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1996). The effects of praise, error drill and assisted reading on oral reading. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 23-27.

199613.02

Drago, A., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1996). Using teaching your child to read in 100 easy lessons to teach letter sounds. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 28-32.

199613.02

Farley, J., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1996). Evaluating the effectiveness of home drill with a middle school student with ADHD. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 33-36.

199613.02

La Porte, M., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1996). Effectiveness of assisted self-recording and assisted self-evaluation on vocational welding skills of a student with autistic behaviors. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 37-43.

199613.02

Rinaldi, L., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1996). The effects of reading racetracks on the fluency of see-to-say words in isolation by a student with learning disabilities. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 44-52.

199613.02

Stenseth, S., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1996). The effects of contingent consequences with Direct Instruction reading with a preschool child in the home. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 53-56.

199613.02

Merbitz, C. T., King, R. B., Cherney, L. R., Marqui, H., Grip, J. C., & Markowitz, T. J. (1996). Computerized behavioral-data collection and analysis for improved clinical outcomes in rehabilitation. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 57-63.

199613.02

Calkin, A. B. (1996). The national debt. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 64-70.

199613.02

Merbitz, C., & Morrell, R. (1996). Electronic behavior-event counters. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 13(2), 71-74.

199614.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 14, Issue 1

199614.01

McDade, C. E. (1996). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 1.

199614.01

Lovitt, T., Lindsley, O. R., & Cook, M. (1996). Sad e-mails: Notices of leading behavior analysts' deaths. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 6.

199614.01

Graf, S. A., & Neely, M. D. (1996). The secret celeration society. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 7-10.

199614.01

Lindsley, O. R. (1996). Do times two, then go for four, or more: Precision teaching aims for the 21st century. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 11-17.

199614.01

Ritseman, S. K., Malanga, P. R., Seevers, R. L., & Cooper, J. O. (1996). Immediate retelling of current events from channel one by students with developmental disabilities and its effects on their delayed retelling. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 18-34.

199614.01

Holz, K. R., Peck, S. M., McLaughlin, T. F., & Stookey, S. (1996). The effects of using direct instruction reading and a re-reading contingency, coupled with a reward and praise contingency, with a high school sophomore. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 35-40.

199614.01

Bolich, B., & Sweeney, W. J. (1996). An eleven-year old girl's use of repeated readings, SAFMEDS, and see/write-think/write practice to develop fluent reading in Hebrew. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 41-56.

199614.01

Calkin, A. B. (1996). Learning Russian. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 57-71.

199614.01

Edmondson, A., Peck, S. M., McLaughlin, T. F. (1996). The effects of direct instruction on early reading skills of a kindergarten student. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 72-76.

199614.01

Gallagher, M., McLaughlin, T. F. (1996). Use of precision teaching and a choke chain and verbal prompt to teach a yellow Labrador puppy to heel: A brief report. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 77-79.

199614.01

Barretto, A., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1996). The effects of precision teaching on the acquisition of the prevocational skill of cross stitching: A case study. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 80-86.

199614.01

Calkin, A. B. (1996). Brave new worlds: A comparison of utopias & dystopias. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 87-88.

199614.01

Calkin, A. B. (1996). Measuring creative writing. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 89-90.

199614.01

O’Brien, A. D. (1996). Success with precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 91-92.

199614.01

Lindsley, O. R. (1996). See and hear; then say and do. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(1), 93-94.

199714.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 14, Issue 2

199714.02

McDade, C. E. (1997). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(2), 1.

199714.02

Barrett, B. H. (1997). Communitization and the measured message of normal behavior. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(2), 2-12.

199714.02

E-mails of interest. (1997). Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(2), 13-16.

199714.02

Wood, B. J., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1997). The use of a treatment package to reduce caffeine intake and increase water intake with a 21-year-old college student. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(2), 17-18.

199714.02

Ashbaugh, R., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1997). Precisely teaching street names and locations. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(2), 19-23.

199714.02

Abrams, T., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1997). Effectiveness of error correction, error drill, praise, role reversal, and hand signals on correct rate, error rate, and comprehension. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(2), 24-30.

199714.02

Anthony, C., Rinaldi, L., Hern, C., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1997). Reading racetracks: A direct replication and analysis with three elementary school students. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(2), 31-36.

199714.02

Judy, M., Malanga, P. R., Seevers, R. L., & Cooper, J. O. (1997). A self-experimentation on the detection of forgets: Using encouraging think/say and hear/tally statements. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(2), 37-46.

199714.02

Keel, M. C., Koorland, M. A., & Fueyo, V. (1997). Stimulus fading versus error correction in math fact acquisition by learning disabled students. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 14(2), 47-54.

199815.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 15, Issue 2

199815.02

McDade, C. E. (1998). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 1.

199815.02

Lindsley, O. (1998). Learning channels next: Let's go! Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 2-4.

199815.02

Lindsley, O. R. (1998). Disfluent, dysfluent, and nonfluent. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 5.

199815.02

McDowell, C., McIntyre, C., Owen, B., & Keenan, M. (1998). Even more challenging reading. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 6-11.

199815.02

Albertson, L. R., & Billingsley, F. F. (1998). Improving children's story writing: A direct instruction approach. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 12-25.

199815.02

Clorfene, J. B., Matsumoto, J., Bergman, M., Zhang, M., & Merbitz, C. (1998). Unexpected effects of using SAFMEDS to teach taxonomy. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 26-31.

199815.02

Kubina, R. M., Aho, D., Mozzoni, M. P., & Malanga, P. (1998). A case-study in re-teaching a traumatically brain injured child handwriting skills. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 32-40.

199815.02

Malabello, G. (1998). IMAGINE the first six months. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 41-49.

199815.02

Simmons, E. K., Derby, K. M., & McLaughlin, T. F. (1998). The use of functional communication training with precision teaching to reduce the challenging behavior of a toddler with autism. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 50-55.

199815.02

Cooper, J. O., Kubina, R., & Malanga, P. (1998). Six procedures for showing collections of standard celeration charts. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 56-73.

199815.02

McDade, C. (1998). Retention and application of computerized fluency building. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 74-80.

199815.02

Calkin, A. B. (1998). Some detritus from "debris." Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 81-83.

199815.02

Calkin, A. B. (1998). The dumpmaster's report. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 84-88.

199815.02

Young, K. R., West, R. P., Mitchem, K., & Embry, D. (1998). Creative positive school climates: Increasing the frequency of teacher and student praise notes. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 15(2), 89-90.

200117.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 17, Issue 2

200117.02

McDowell, C., & Keenan, M. (2001). Cumulative dysfluency: Still evident in our classrooms, despite what we know. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 1-6.

200117.02

Kim, C., Carr, J. E., & Templeton, A. (2001). Effects of fluency building on performance over "long" durations and in the presence of a distracting social stimulus. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 7-26.

200117.02

Judy, M., Malanga, P. R., Seevers, R. L., & Cooper, J. O. (2001). A self-experimentation on the detection of forgets using encouraging think/say and hear/tally statements. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 27-38.

200117.02

Killu, K., Weber, K. P., & McLaughlin, T. F. (2001). An evaluation of repeated readings across various counting periods of see to think, think to say, and think to write channels with a university student with learning disabilities. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 39-57.

200117.02

Teigen, T., Malanga, P. R., & Sweeney, W. J. (2001). Combining repeated readings and error correction to improve reading fluency. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 58-67.

200117.02

Delli Sante, A., McLaughlin, T. F., & Weber, K. P. (2001). The use and evaluation of a direct instruction flash card strategy on multiplication math facts mastery with two students with developmental disabilities and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 68-75.

200117.02

Sweeney, S. R., Sweeney, W. J., & Malanga, P. (2001). The effects of one minute warm up procedures on addition one minute fluency timings. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 76-88.

200117.02

Legault, A., Maloney, M., & Giroux, N. (2001). Learning rates with direct instruction, precision teaching and the corrective reading series. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 89-91.

200117.02

Barnes, W. S., & Pennypacker, H. S. (2001). Fluency research: An example from history. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 92-96.

200117.02

Graf, S. A. (2001). Chart share: Steffi Graf's pro tennis career. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 97-98.

200117.02

Lindsley, O. R. (2001). Do times two, then go for four, or more: Precision teaching aims for the 21st century. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 99-102.

200117.02

Lindsley, O. (2001). Our 5 Number World's: Measurement scales made clear. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 103-106.

200117.02

Lindsley, O. (2001). Celeration and agility for the 2000s. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 107-111.

200117.02

Lindsley, O. (2001). Does autism involve excess will and control: Can this control be shared using free operants? Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 17(2), 112-115.

200218.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 18, Issue 1

200218.01

Kubina, R. M., & Starlin, C. (2002). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(1), 1.

200218.01

Spence, I. (2002). Reducing the time required by dyslexic readers to become fluent: A comparison of two approaches. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(1), 2-9.

200218.01

Hixson, M. D., & McGlinchey, M. T. (2002). Curriculum-based measurement reading scores as dynamic indicators of basic reading skills. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(1), 10-21.

200218.01

Calkin, A. B. (2002). Kristyn plays piano. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(1), 22-24.

200218.01

Fabrizio, M. A., Pahl, S., & Moors, A. (2002). Improving speech intelligibility through precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(1), 25-27.

200218.01

Moors, A., & Fabrizio, M. (2002). Using tool skill rates to predict composite skill frequency aims. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(1), 28-29.

200218.01

McElwee, J., & Munson, S. (2002). Attaining fluency by a youngster with autism for a beginning listener skill. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(1), 30-32.

200218.01

Calkin, A. B. (2002). Estimated number of standard celeration charts as of 2000. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(1), 33-34.

200218.01

Manuscript submission guidelines and basic and advanced charting guidelines. (2002). Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(1), 35-41.

200218.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 18, Issue 2

200218.02

Kubina, R. M. (2002). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 1.

200218.02

Kerr, K. P., & McDowell, C. (2002). Guest Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 2.

200218.02

Smyth, P., & Keenan, M. (2002). Compound performance: The role of free and controlled operant components. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 3-15.

200218.02

McDowell, C., & Keenan, M. (2002). Comparison of two teaching structures examining the effects of component fluency on the performance of related skills. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 16-29.

200218.02

Cobane, E. F., & Keenan, M. (2002). A senior citizen's self-management of positive and negative inner behaviours. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 30-36.

200218.02

McDowell, C., Keenan, M., & Kerr, K. P. (2002). Comparing levels of dysfluency among students with mild learning difficulties and typical students. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 37-48.

200218.02

Kerr, K. P., Campbell, A., & McGrory, S. (2002). The Saplings model of education: Case studies in autism. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 49-60.

200218.02

McDowell, C., McIntyre, C., Bones, R., & Keenan, M. (2002). Teaching component skills to improve golf swing. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 61-66.

200218.02

Smyth, P., & Hardy, N. (2002). Evan's frequency of hand-biting during a six-hour school day. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 67-68.

200218.02

White, L. (2002). Rick’s reading progress. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 69-77.

200218.02

Fabrizio, M. A., Schirmer, K., & Ferris, K. (2002). Tracking curricular progress with precision. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 78-79.

200218.02

Fabrizio, M. A., & Schirmer, K. (2002). Teaching visual pattern imitation to a child with autism. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 80-82.

200218.02

Neely, M. D. (2002). Anna’s food and stroke chart. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 83-85.

200218.02

Stevens, D. J. (2002). Single vs. multiple movement frequencies: How many times should we measure? Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 86-87.

200218.02

Eshleman, J. W. (2002). A review of Edward R. Tufte's "The visual display of quantitative information." Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18(2), 88-94.

200319.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 19, Issue 1

200319.01

Kubina, R. M. (2003). Editorial. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(1), 1.

200319.01

Sweeney, W. J., Ring, M. M., Malanga, P., & Lambert, M. C. (2003). Using curriculum-based assessment and repeated practice instructional procedures combined with daily goal setting to improve elementary students oral reading fluency: A preservice teacher training approach. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(1), 2-19.

200319.01

Berens, K. N., Boyce, T. E., Berens, N. M., Doney, J. K., & Kenzer, A. L. (2003). A technology for evaluating relations between response frequency and academic performance outcomes. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(1), 20-34.

200319.01

Anderson, L. L., & Alber, S. R. (2003). Precision teaching in a day treatment facility. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(1), 35-37.

200319.01

King, A., Moors, A. L., & Fabrizio, M. A. (2003). Concurrently teaching multiple verbal operants related to preposition use to a child with autism. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(1), 38-40.

200319.01

Fabrizio, M. A., Schirmer, K., Vu, E., Diakite, A., & Yao, M. (2003). Analog analysis of two variables related to the joint attention of a toddler with autism. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(1), 41-44.

200319.01

Stevens, D. J. (2003). Single vs. multiple movement frequencies: How many times should we measure? Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(1), 45-47.

200319.02

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 19, Issue 2

200319.02

Kubina, R. M. (2003). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(2), 1.

200319.02

Seevers, R. L., Malanga, P., & Cooper, J. O. (2003). The use of self-managed proofreading for detecting and correcting mechanical errors by students with a learning disability. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(2), 2-18.

200319.02

Malanga, P. (2003). Using repeated readings and error correction to build reading fluency with at risk elementary students. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(2), 19-27.

200319.02

Commons, M. L. (2003). Celeration of publication frequency. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(2), 28-34.

200319.02

Bank, N., Le, D., & Fabrizio, M. (2003). The precision teaching of food acceptance to a child with cerebral palsy. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(2), 35-36.

200319.02

Neely, M. (2003). Climbing bottoms show AAG. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(2), 37-38.

200319.02

Cauley, K. S., Brian, J. A., & Snider, J. (2003). Teaching children with autism to engage in play-related talk. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 19(2), 39-42.

200420.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 20, Issue 1

200420.01

Kubina, R. M. (2004). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 20(1), 1.

200420.01

Gryiec, M., Grandy, S., & McLaughlin, T. F. (2004). The effects of the copy, cover, and compare procedure in spelling with an elementary student with fetal alcohol syndrome. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 20(1), 2-8.

200420.01

Sulgrove, M. K., & McLaughlin, T. F. (2004). The effects of an additional timed reading on reading rate. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 20(1), 9-16.

200420.01

Hayden, J., & McLaughlin, T. F. (2004). The effects of cover, copy, and compare and flash card drill on correct rate of math facts for a middle school student with learning disabilities. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 20(1), 17-21.

200420.01

Zambolin, K., Fabrizio, M. A., & Isley, S. (2004). Teaching a child with autism to answer informational questions using precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 20(1), 22-25.

200420.01

Swatsky, E. A. (2004). Becoming an efficient teacher at Morningside Academy. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 20(1), 26-27.

200420.01

Lewis, S. M. (2004). Using precision teaching to prepare students with learning differences for the SAT. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 20(1), 28-29.

200420.01

Lovett, A. (2004). Negative versus positive thoughts of others. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 20(1), 30-31.

200420.01

Lovett, A. (2004). Using profane language versus using alternative words. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 20(1), 32-33.

200420.01

Stephens, C. (2004). Oregon K-12 school funding and graduation rates. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 20(1), 34-36.

200521.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 21, Issue 1

200521.01

Kubina, R. M. (2005). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 21, 1.

200521.01

Cohen, M. J. (2005). The Effect of Increasing the Rate of Clerical Skill Performance on Challenging Behavior. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 21, 2-12.

200521.01

Koorland, M. A., & MacLeod, S. (2005). The Accuracy Improvement Measure: A Tool for Assessing the Effectiveness of Teacher Preparation Programs. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 21, 13-18.

200521.01

Fabrizio, M. A. & Stahr, R. (2005). The Role of Initial Frequencies in Evaluating Student Performance in Curricular Sequences with Infinite Ranges. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 21, 19-21.

200521.01

Foley, K., & Fabrizio, M. A. (2005). Teaching Sound Frequency Imitation to a Child with Autism. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 21, 22-24.

200521.01

Almon-Morris, H., Fabrizio, M. A., Foley, K., & Abrahamson, B. (2005). Teaching a Child with Autism to Respond to Unfamiliar Stimuli by Asking for Additional Information. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 21, 25-27.

200521.01

Isley, S. D., Almon-Morris, H., Pahl, S., & Fabrizio, M. A. (2005). Improving the Syntax of a Child with Autism's Spoken Language. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 21, 28-32.

200521.01

Calkin, A. B. (2005). Ogden R. Lindsley 1922-2004. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 21, 33-36.

200622.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 22, Issue 1

200622.01

Kubina, R. M. (2006). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 22(1), 1.

200622.01

MacDonald, J. E., Wilder, D. A., & Binder, C. (2006). The Use of Precision Teaching Techniques to Increase Mathematics Skills in Adults with Schizophrenia. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 22(1), 2-10.

200622.01

Fitzgerald, D. L., & Garcia, H. I. (2006). Precision Teaching in Developmental Mathematics: Accelerating Basic Skills. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 22(1), 11-28.

200622.01

Calkin, A. B., Red Elk, C., Minear, K., & Fabrizio, M. A. (2006). Leaf's Chart. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 22(1), 29-32.

200622.01

Manuscript Submission Guidelines and Basic andAdvanced Charting Guidelines. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 22(1), 33-39.

200723.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 23, Issue 1

200723.01

Kubina, R. M. (2007). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 23(1), 1.

200723.01

Syrek, A. L., Hixson, M. D., Jacob, S., & Morgan, S. (2007). A comparison of error correction procedures on word reading. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 23(1), 2-13.

200723.01

Ferris, K., Fabrizio, M. A., Holtz, T., & Kosobutsky, K. (2007). Using direct instruction to teach a nonvocal student with autism to read through discrimination training. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 23(1), 14-15.

200723.01

Fabrizio, M. A., Schirmer, K., King, A., Diakite, A., & Stovel, L. (2007). Precision teaching a foundational motor skill to a child with autism. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 23(1), 16-18.

200723.01

Almon-Morris, H., & Diakite, A., (2007). Teaching emotions to children with autism: Identification, demonstration, and explanation of occasioning stimuli. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 23(1), 19-22.

200723.01

Schirmer, K., Almon-Morris, H., Fabrizio, M. A., Abrahamson, B., & Chevalier, K. (2007). Using precision teaching to teach story telling to a young child with autism. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 23(1), 24-26.

200723.01

Zambolin, K., Fabrizio, M. A., Ferris, K., Barclay, S., & Carrier, D. (2007). Teaching teachers’ behavior to concurrently decrease punishment use with problem behavior in a child with autism while decreasing the child’s frequency of negative statements. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 23(1), 27-29.

200824.01

Full issue: Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration Volume 24, Issue 1

200824.01

Kubina, R. M. (2008). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 24(1), 1.

200824.01

Lefebre, E., Fabrizio, M., & Merbitz, C. (2008). Accuracy and efficiency of data interpretation: A comparison of data display methods. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 24(1), 2-20.

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Lokke, G. E. H., & Lokke, J. A. (2008). Precision teaching, frequency-building, and ballet dancing. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 24(1), 21-27.

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Weiss, M. J., Fabrizio, M., Bamond, M. (2008). Skill maintenance and frequency building: Archival data from individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 24(1), 28-37.

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Commons, M. L. & Goodman, S. A. (2008). Project giant step: Ocean Hill-Brownsville and the New York City school strike. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 24(1), 38-42.

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Kubina, R. M. (2009). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 25(1), 1.

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Spence, I. (2009). In search of charts of fluent behavior. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 25(1), 3-16.

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Kubina, R. M., Kostewicz, D. E., & Lin, F. Y. (2009). The taxonomy of learning and behavioral fluency. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 25(1), 17-28.

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Ferris, K., & Fabrizio, M. A. (2009). Teaching analytical thinking skills to a learner with autism. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 25(1), 29-34.

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Ascah, K. (2009). Regina’s reading program and progress. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 25(1), 35-39.

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Kubina, R. M., Moors, A., & Starlin, C. (2010). Editor's comments. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 26(1), 1.

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Mason, L. L. (2010). An analysis of effect sizes for single-subject research: A statistical comparison of five judgmental aids. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 26(1), 3-16.

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Starlin, C. M. (2010). Four of Ogden Lindsley’s unpublished presentation summaries. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 26(1), 17-31.

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Stockwell, F. & Eshleman, J. (2010). A case study using SAFMEDS to promote fluency with Skinner's verbal behavior terms. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 26(1), 33-40.