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Overview of BHS102 (Weeks 1-6)

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Tricia-Lee Keller

on 16 April 2018

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Overview of BHS102
Assessment Phase
Treatment Phase (monitor the results)
ABA: Assessment &
& Assessment
& Monitor
Continue to measure the same dimsension(s) of behaviour which was gathered at baseline
May track skill development (e.g., replacement behaviours, teaching to behaviour deficits)
Find a Reinforcer To Use as Part of the Intervention
Stimulus Preference Assessments
Single Stimulus
Paired Choice
Multiple Stimulus
Determine Current State of Behaviour (Baseline)
Observe the behaviour
Measure and collect data on 1-2 dimensions of the behaviour
Inter-response time
Interval Data (partial, whole and time sampling)
Functional Behaviour Assessment
Gather Background Information
Is this a behaviour deficit or a behaviour excess?
Prioritize and then establish target behaviour(s)
Is this behaviour socially significant?
Consider Behaviour Cusps
Operationally Define the Target Behaviour
Must be objective (i.e., does it pass the dead man's test?)
Must be clear (i.e., does everyone understand, know what it looks like?)
Must be complete (i.e., inclusion, exclusion criteria where fitting)
Purpose of Science
7 attitudes of science
What is behaviour?
Can I see it? Can I hear it?
Overt vs. covert
Indirect FBA
Scatter Plots
ABC Data
Functional Analyses (= testing/
experimenting hypothesis)
Data Analysis
Intervention Design
(to be continued....)
Ethical Considerations
Consent to Assessment
Assent to procedures
Protecting Private Information
Only using behaviour-based assessment tools that we are trained in
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