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Overview of BHS102 (Weeks 1-6)

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Tricia-Lee Keller

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Transcript of Overview of BHS102 (Weeks 1-6)

Overview of BHS102
Intake
Assessment Phase
Treatment Phase (monitor the results)
Follow-up
ABA: Assessment &
Intervention
Observation
& Assessment
Intervene
& Monitor
Monitor
Continue to measure the same dimsension(s) of behaviour which was gathered at baseline
May measure new behaviours/responses
Make Program Adjustments As Needed
Determine Current State of Behaviour (Baseline)
Observe the behaviour
Measure and collect data on 1-2 dimensions of the behaviour
Frequency
Duration
Intensity
Latency
Discrimination
Inter-response time
Analyze the Data
Graph data (covered in Part II of this course - 2nd semester)
Design an intervention based on this data (covered in your 2nd year courses)
Gather Background Information
Is this a behaviour deficit or a behaviour excess?
Prioritize and then establish target behaviour(s)
Is this behaviour socially significant?
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)
Intake
Purpose of Science
7 attitudes of science
What is behaviour?
Can I see it? Can I hear it?
Overt vs. covert
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