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RBT Module 14

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Transcript of RBT Module 14

LEVELS
Trichotillomania
Receptive Language
Questions

What's your
Permanent Product?

OVERVIEW
GOALS
DEFINITION
Registered Behavior Technician
Module 14

Instructor:
Dr. Michael Cameron
Registered Behavior Technician Module:
A-04 (Measurement)
Title:
Implement
Permanent Product Recording Procedures
Duration:
60 Minutes
Assessment:
Competency based quiz (5 questions)
Demonstration Requirements:
At the conculsion of
this module, you should
Ask
your BCBA supervisor
to show you an example of permanent product data,
Rehearse
identifying permanent product data in
your own life, and
Demonstrate
your ability to point
out ways you could collect permanent product data
as part of a data collection routine on your personal
cases.

The goals of this module are:

To define "permanent product" data
To provide examples of permanent product data
in science
To disucss the advantages and disadvantages of
the data collection method
To provide interesting examples of permanent
product data collection from diverse disciplines
To disucss how permanent product data can
impact the perception of services
Permanent product recording (also referred to as outcome recording) involves
recording the tangible outcome of a behavior
rather than the behavior itself. Permanet
products are important indicators of target
behaviors that are not amenable to direct observation. This is an indirect measurement procedure.
Crime Scene Investigation
Archeology

Ex Post Facto:
A retrospective

Examples
Speech and Language Pathologist
Natural Language Sample
Talking Photo Album

Grid Photography
Nail and Cuticle
Picking
Demonstration of a Skill
Constructed Response Spelling Literacy
Development: An Application in an Urban
Classroom (Lee-Vieira, Mayer, and Cameron)
Social Interactions
Expressive Language
Restricted Area of Interest
Problem Behavior
Advantages

Permanent product data can serve as a
supplement to direct measures
Useful when the product of behavior
is of primary interest
Answers
True or False. Permanent product
data collection is a direct measure.
False. Permanent product data
collection is an indirect measure.
What is permanent product data
collection?
Recording the tangible outcome of
behavior rather than behavior itself.
Provide 3 examples of permanent
product data.
1. Signs of self-injury (e.g., swelling)
2. Completed homework
3. Manufactured goods

Why would a SLP be interested in
permanent products.
Audio recordings can be used for
comparison purposes.
Indicate one main advantage of
permanent product data.
It does not requires direct observation
of behavior.
Habit Reveral
Protocol (Dr. Ray
Miltenberger)
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