Multiple Stimulus Preference Assessment without Replacement (MSWO)

The success of reinforcement-based interventions is dependent upon an educator’s ability to determine reinforcing stimuli that function as powerful rewards/consequences. Class-wide rewards might not be rewarding
for all students, especially those who are at an increased risk for maladaptive academic and social behaviors.The application of preferred stimuli can serve as a powerful reward that increases a student’s success of adopting
appropriate alternative academic and social behaviors. Multiple Stimulus Preference Assessment without Replacement (MSWO) is a no cost diagnostic tool that generates a ranked order list of preferences for a specific
individual. MSWO assessments allow the student to rank stimuli that are most preferred among an array of options. Various stimuli can be utilized as choices in the preference assessment including: tangibles, opportunities for attention, and preferred activities. Choices can be presented in verbal, pictorial or written formats.

EBA Brief for Choice-Based Stimulus Preference Assessment
Multiple Stimulus Preference Assessment without Replacement (MSWO)

MSWO Form

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