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SAFMEDS Group 11 level 2
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a behavior that has sudden and dramatic consequences that extend well beyond the idiosyncratic change itself because it exposes the person to new environments, reinforcers, contingencies, responses, and stimulus controls
Exchanging the reinforcement contingencies for two topographically different responses.
Serving the same function or purpose; different topographies of behavior are functionally equivalent if they produce the same consequences.
A term with two meanings in contemporary behavior analysis literature. In its original and most fundamental usage, functional analysis denotes demonstrations of functional relations between environmental variables and behavior. In the context of determining the purposes (functions) of problem behavior for an individual, functional analysis entails experimentally arranging antecedents and consequences representing those in the person's natural routines so that their separate effects on problem behavior can be observed and measured.
Occurs when a person's repertoire has been changed such that short and long term reinforcers are maximized and short and long term punishers are minimized.
As a philosophy and principle, the belief that people with disabilities should, to the maximum extent possible, be physically and socially integrated into the mainstream of society regardless of the degree or type of disability. As an approach to intervention, the use of progressively more typical settings and procedures to establish and/or maintain personal behaviors which are as culturally normal as possible.
A behavior that, when learned, produces corresponding modifications or covariation in other untrained behaviors.
relevance of behavior rule
holds that only behaviors likely to produce reinforcement in the person's natural environment should be targeted for change
A systematic approach for interpreting the results of behavioral research and treatment programs that entails visual inspection of graphed data for variability, level, and trend within and between experimental conditions.
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