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Token Economy

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Amy Glenn

on 16 April 2014

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Transcript of Token Economy

Token Economy
Definition
Token Economy is...
"a positive reinforcement to target
behavior change."

"an individual reinforcement of target behaviors in which tokens are administered and exchanged later for backup reinforcers."
Purpose
Token Economy looks like...
Token Economies help students:

*visualize progress
*accept and work for delayed reinforcement
*learn to self-monitor
*learn to regulate behavior

Target Behavior
Baseline Data
ABC
Reinforcers
Primary Reinforcers
Key Points for Token System
Continuous Data
Reinforcers and resources change.

Target and replacement behaviors change.
Examples of Target Behavior
*High pitched squeal/scream
*Snatching
*Inappropriate touching
*Wandering
*Complaining
*Perseverates over schedule change
*Self-talk
*Physical aggression
*Obscene language
Antecedent:
Before the behavior
Behavior:
Target or Replacement Behavior
Consequence:
Positive or Negative
*Food
*Drink
*Touch
*Social Praise
Secondary Reinforcers
*Preferred physical activity
-monkey bars
swings
slide
scooter board
hippity-hop ball
jump rope

*Technology
iPad
iPod
Smartboard
Computer

*Creativity
art supplies
role play

Highly Preferred
*Reinforcement survey
*Reinforcement checklist
*Repor with student
Reward=Demand
Tokens can be anything.

"Remember what you're working for."

REWARD=DEMAND

Careful not to reward target behavior, but reward the replacement behavior.
Resources:
autismresources@vanderbilt.edu
www.iseesam.com
www.ocali.org

Negative Consequence
Positive Consequence
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Replacement Behavior
Examples of Replacement Behavior
* ask for a break
* sitting
*high five
*functional words ("Please Stop, No")
*Post-it notes
**REMEMBER**
Replacement Behaviors cannot be performed at the same time as the Target Behavior
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