# RBT exam practice

the goal of a stimulus preference assessment to:
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stimulus fading involves fading out the exaggeration of a stimulus dimension (size, shape, proximity, etc). this is done to in essence point the client to the correct response at first. once they understand the correct response and its connection to the antecedent stimuli, the exaggeration can be gradually withdrawn. which of the following is an example of stimulus fading?