Listener responding is characterized as a type of verbal behavior where the listener responds to another person’s verbal behavior. This is often referred to as receptive language.
Listener Responding to Select Non-Examples:
Patient will be able to select non-examples of a specific category (e.g., not a bug, not a drink, not red, not green, not hot, not used to fix things) when asked, “Which one is not _____________?” or similar question.
Target Listener Responses: At-least three examples from 15 categories (across: function, feature, class).
Prerequisite Skills that are required for the emission of a listener responding to select non-examples of stimuli are following instructions, and listener responding to select examples of various stimuli including: body parts, colors, numbers, clothing, feature, function, class, community helpers, characteristics, and stimuli that are same or different (Partington, 2006).