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2. Behavior Modification
3. Key Teaching Strategies
4. Session Design
5. Data Collection
5 Primary components of treatment
The selection, sequencing, and generalization of therapy targets.
Generic term referring to any skill or action you teach a client or a student.
Long Term Goal
Goal that is set for that year.
Short Term Goal
Specific goals to reach throughout the year.
If the client or student accomplishes this type of goal they are done with treatment.
Therapy targets are taught in the same order as they emerge developmentally.
Client Specific Strategy
Therapy targets are chosen based on the individual's specific needs rather according to developmental norms.
Situation in which the target behavior is to be performed.
When it will occur, where it will occur, in whose presence, with what materials or cues.
How well the target behavior must be performed for the objective to be achieved.
Identifies the action that the client is to perform. Must be clearly defined, observable, and measurable.
Systematic use of specific stimulus-response-consequence procedures.
Is adding a positive consequence to increase the probability that the response will happen in to future.
To remove a negative (unpleasant) event or stimulus to increase the probability that will happen if the future.
A method of selecting and strengthening behaviors by arranging consequences under specific stimulus.