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Why Should Data Be Valid, Accurate, and Reliable? Behavior change is data driven. Decisions should be made based on what the data indicate after measurement
Behaviorism, Experimental Analysis of Behavior, Applied Behavior Analysis, and Practice Guided by Applied Behavior Analysis Welcome to another ABA exam review. Today, we review a
Derived Stimulus Relations (B15) | BCBA® Task List Study Guide Derived stimulus relations, often associated with relational frame theory, encompass the concepts of reflexivity, symmetry,
What Are Philosophical Assumptions in Applied Behavior Analysis? Science is not only about how scientists behave and act, but it is also about the tools
Science in ABA: Purpose and Characteristics The overall goal of science is to achieve a thorough understanding of the phenomena under study. Science is not
Every behavior has a purpose, or function. The four functions of behavior are: to get something, to get rid of something, to get attention, and to communicate. Many times, a behavior serves more than one of these functions. For example, a child may whine to get their parent’s attention and also to get a toy that they want.