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51 terms
ABA terms
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
ABC/Three Term Contigency
Acquisition level learning
Backup reinforcer
Application of the science of learning to socially significan…
Refers to looking at not just the form of a given behavior, b…
The initial level of learning a new behavior. Attention is pa…
A consequence which has been identified as an effective reinf…
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
Application of the science of learning to socially significan…
ABC/Three Term Contigency
Refers to looking at not just the form of a given behavior, b…
84 terms
Advanced ABA
Determinism, empiricism, experimentati…
Attitude upon which science is predict…
Behavior analysis consists of three ma…
The level of investigation that involv…
Attitudes of Science
Determinism
behaviorism, experimental analysis of behavior, and applied b…
Description
Determinism, empiricism, experimentati…
Attitudes of Science
Attitude upon which science is predict…
Determinism
65 terms
Advanced ABA
Applied Behavior Analysis
Behaviorism
Determinism
Empiricism
Designed to improve socially significant behavior
Philosophy of a science of behavior
Lawful & Orderly; Stuff occurs with purpose, not coincidental
Open to anyone's observation
Applied Behavior Analysis
Designed to improve socially significant behavior
Behaviorism
Philosophy of a science of behavior
31 terms
ABA 5011
Rate
Environment
Functional Response Class
Property
The ratio of the number of responses over some period of time
The total consolation of stimuli and conditions which can aff…
A collection of 2 or more topography different responses that…
A fundamental quality of a natural phenomenon (characteristic…
Rate
The ratio of the number of responses over some period of time
Environment
The total consolation of stimuli and conditions which can aff…
154 terms
ABA 601
control aka: causation; functional rel…
prediction aka: correlation;covariation
description
3 different types of investigations pr…
the highest level of scientific understanding; experimental d…
in the presence of one event another event occurs with some s…
systematic observations that can be quantified and classified…
description; prediction; control
control aka: causation; functional rel…
the highest level of scientific understanding; experimental d…
prediction aka: correlation;covariation
in the presence of one event another event occurs with some s…
54 terms
Intro to ABA
Positive reinforcement
Contiguity
Negative reinforcement
Antecedent
Some stimulus is presented after a behavior and this increase…
the closeness of events in time
the removal of a stimulus following a response that increases…
A stimulus that comes before a response
Positive reinforcement
Some stimulus is presented after a behavior and this increase…
Contiguity
the closeness of events in time
18 terms
ABA ENGLISH
Unconscious
Shame
Miss
How are things
Bilinçsiz
Utandırmak... Ayıp
Özlemek... Kaçırmak
Herşey yolunda mı
Unconscious
Bilinçsiz
Shame
Utandırmak... Ayıp
43 terms
ABA Ethics
4 pillars of ethical, responsible prof…
3 fundamental questions of ethical pra…
The right thing to do
What is worth doing
1. Boundaries... 2. Confidentiality... 3. Professionalism... 4. Do no…
1. What is the right thing to do?... 2. What is worth doing?... 3.…
- May be different across culture and over long time periods…
What are we trying to accomplish?... How are you trying to accom…
4 pillars of ethical, responsible prof…
1. Boundaries... 2. Confidentiality... 3. Professionalism... 4. Do no…
3 fundamental questions of ethical pra…
1. What is the right thing to do?... 2. What is worth doing?... 3.…
132 terms
Characteristics of aba
Determinism
Empericism
Experimentation
Replication
Assumptions on which science is predicted; law and order
Objective observation; science is based on this;
Controlled comparison of dependent variable under two or more…
Repetition of experiments to determine reliability; discover…
Determinism
Assumptions on which science is predicted; law and order
Empericism
Objective observation; science is based on this;
78 terms
ABA Terms
1.4 Functions of behavior
2.Accepting responsibility
3.According dignity
4.Analytic
1) attention 2) sensory/automatic 3) to access a tangible/edi…
One of the core principles. we have an awesome responsibility…
One of the core principles, we treat clients with respect and…
demonstrates experimental control over the occurrence and non…
1.4 Functions of behavior
1) attention 2) sensory/automatic 3) to access a tangible/edi…
2.Accepting responsibility
One of the core principles. we have an awesome responsibility…
13 terms
ABA: Shaping
Purpose
Definition
Response Differentiation
Differential Reinforcement
Develop a behavior not already in one's repertoire
Establishing a behavior by systematically and differentially…
the new response class that has been differentially reinforce…
reinforcement provided for responses that demonstrate a pre-d…
Purpose
Develop a behavior not already in one's repertoire
Definition
Establishing a behavior by systematically and differentially…
36 terms
ABA Terms
Rate
Duration
Latency
Interresponse Time
Number of responses per unit of time
A measure of the total extent of time in which a behavior occ…
Elapsed time from the onset of a stimulus to the initiation o…
The elapsed time between two successive responses
Rate
Number of responses per unit of time
Duration
A measure of the total extent of time in which a behavior occ…
10 terms
ABA Chapter 14 Terms
behavioral contrast
conditioned punisher
discriminatie stimulus for punishment
generalized conditioned punisher
The phenomenon in which a change in one component of a multip…
A previously neutral stimulus change that functions as a puni…
Sdp. Stimulus condition in the presence of which a response h…
A stimulus change that, as a result of having been paired wit…
behavioral contrast
The phenomenon in which a change in one component of a multip…
conditioned punisher
A previously neutral stimulus change that functions as a puni…
7 terms
Key terms ABA
Temporal Locus
Temporal Extent
Temporal Contiguity
Temporal Discrimination
A property of any phenomenon that occurs in time. (i.e. laten…
A property of any phenomenon that occurs in time. (i.e. durat…
(simpler explanation: when two stimuli are experienced close…
Discrimination based on temporal properties of stimuli (i.e.,…
Temporal Locus
A property of any phenomenon that occurs in time. (i.e. laten…
Temporal Extent
A property of any phenomenon that occurs in time. (i.e. durat…
18 terms
ABA Terms
Forward Chaining
Advantage of backward chaining with le…
Types of chaining procedures
Backward chaining with leaps ahead
The responses in the chain are taught, one at a time, in the…
May reduce training time
Backward chaining... Backward chaining with leaps ahead... Forward…
Same as backward chaining except some steps are skipped and p…
Forward Chaining
The responses in the chain are taught, one at a time, in the…
Advantage of backward chaining with le…
May reduce training time
82 terms
ABA Terms
Applied Behavioral Analysis
Behavior
Behavior Modification
Behavioral Deficit
The scientific study of human behavior
What people do and say
The field of psychology concerned with analyzing and modifyin…
A desirable target behavior the person wants to increse
Applied Behavioral Analysis
The scientific study of human behavior
Behavior
What people do and say
93 terms
ABA Definitions
alternative schedule
antecedent intervention
artifact
ascending baseline
provides reinforcement whenever the requirement of either a r…
a behavior change strategy that manipulates contingency-indep…
an outcome or result that appears to exist because of the way…
a data path that shows an increasing trend in the response ov…
alternative schedule
provides reinforcement whenever the requirement of either a r…
antecedent intervention
a behavior change strategy that manipulates contingency-indep…
40 terms
ABA Ch 2
behavior
behavior Johnston & Pennypacker 1993
Term behavior
response
the activity of living organisms
that portion of an organism's interaction with it's environme…
used in reference to a larger class set or class of response…
refers to a specific instance of behavior
behavior
the activity of living organisms
behavior Johnston & Pennypacker 1993
that portion of an organism's interaction with it's environme…
19 terms
ABA-Punishment
Punishment
Unconditioned Punisher
Conditioned Punisher
Type 1 Positive Punishment
a consequence that occurs immediately following a behavior wh…
punishing without prior experience, biologically punishing
condition with a neutral stimulus to be punishing by pairing…
presenting an aversive stimulus which results in weakening th…
Punishment
a consequence that occurs immediately following a behavior wh…
Unconditioned Punisher
punishing without prior experience, biologically punishing
36 terms
ABA Final
Any stimulus, event, or condition, who…
An erroneous view of human behavior th…
The immediate response-contingent pres…
The occasion for a response, the respo…
reinforcer
medical model mayth
reinforcement contingency
reinforcement contingency
Any stimulus, event, or condition, who…
reinforcer
An erroneous view of human behavior th…
medical model mayth
13 terms
ABA I Castleton Mod 1A: Introduction to ABA
Applied Behavior Analysis
Behaviorism
Determinism
Empiricism
a science devoted to the understanding and improvement of hum…
the philosophy of a science of behavior
the universe is lawful and orderly; phenomena occur in relati…
objective observation of phenomena of interest
Applied Behavior Analysis
a science devoted to the understanding and improvement of hum…
Behaviorism
the philosophy of a science of behavior
31 terms
Cooper ABA Chapter 6
Data
Graph
Fundamental Properties of Behavior Cha…
Function of Graph
The results of measurement, usually in quantified form
Relatively simple formats for visually displaying relationshi…
Level, trend, variability
To communicate
Data
The results of measurement, usually in quantified form
Graph
Relatively simple formats for visually displaying relationshi…
60 terms
ABA midterm
ABA stand for this
Name at least 2 fields in which ABA co…
Which man is know for his work in resp…
Who is the most famous psychologist of…
Applied behavior analysis
special ed, education, psychology, rehabilitation, self-manag…
Pavlov
B.F. Skinner
ABA stand for this
Applied behavior analysis
Name at least 2 fields in which ABA co…
special ed, education, psychology, rehabilitation, self-manag…
70 terms
ABA midterm
What are the conspicuous characteristi…
types of explanations
Positive reinforcement
Negative reinforcement
• All instruction is individualized ... • continuously measure t…
• Biophysical explanations- our bodily fluids, genetics... • Bio…
describes a functional relation between two environmental eve…
When behavior increases when an aversive or unpleasant enviro…
What are the conspicuous characteristi…
• All instruction is individualized ... • continuously measure t…
types of explanations
• Biophysical explanations- our bodily fluids, genetics... • Bio…
39 terms
aba review
Independent
Mand
intraverbal responding
features
• The grades you earn in most classes are related to what gro…
requesting an item
saying thank you in response to youre welcome is an
a banana is described as long and yellow
Independent
• The grades you earn in most classes are related to what gro…
Mand
requesting an item
30 terms
ABA terms
Continuous reinforcement
Intermittent reinforcement
Fixed ratio
Variable ratio
Apply immediately after each behavior (create new behavior)
Occur after a certain number of times demonstrating behavior
After exhibit behavior specific number of times on set schedule
Average number of times and vary within range
Continuous reinforcement
Apply immediately after each behavior (create new behavior)
Intermittent reinforcement
Occur after a certain number of times demonstrating behavior
69 terms
ABA - FBA
Normalization
pivotal behavior
antecedent
consequence
as a philosophy and principle, the belief that people with di…
a behavior that when learned, produces corresponding modifica…
immediately precedes behavior
immediately after behavior
Normalization
as a philosophy and principle, the belief that people with di…
pivotal behavior
a behavior that when learned, produces corresponding modifica…
14 terms
ABA Quiz 2
Operant Behavior
Respondent behavior
S^D
S^(delta)
Behavior that is influenced not only by the antecedents that…
Controlled only by antecedent stimulation.... Behavior is "elici…
Increases likelihood of the behavior... -antecedent stimuli that…
Decreases likelihood of the behavior... -antecedent stimuli that…
Operant Behavior
Behavior that is influenced not only by the antecedents that…
Respondent behavior
Controlled only by antecedent stimulation.... Behavior is "elici…
ABA Final
One advantage to free operant preferen…
Assume you give a student in your clas…
Here is a common situation: New parent…
name some conditioned reinforcers
There is less potential for children to satiate on the stimul…
computer time may be a reinforcer for this student.
The parents have positively reinforce the crying.
money and tokens
One advantage to free operant preferen…
There is less potential for children to satiate on the stimul…
Assume you give a student in your clas…
computer time may be a reinforcer for this student.
9 terms
ABA FINAL
Self-management
Sunk cost
Competing response
Mindfulness
Uses behavior modification procedures to alter your own behav…
Tendency to continue an endeavor once and investment has been…
An alternative behavior that occurs in place of another targe…
Awareness observation and description of ones overt and cover…
Self-management
Uses behavior modification procedures to alter your own behav…
Sunk cost
Tendency to continue an endeavor once and investment has been…
36 terms
ABA Final
operant stimulus control
respondent stimulus control
stimulus generalization
reflexivity
The basic process by which operant learning occurs consequenc…
A stimulus-stimulus pairing procedure in which the nuetral st…
when an antecedent stimulus has a history of evoking a respon…
A stimulus-stimulus relation in which the learner without any…
operant stimulus control
The basic process by which operant learning occurs consequenc…
respondent stimulus control
A stimulus-stimulus pairing procedure in which the nuetral st…
61 terms
ABA Terms
Lawfulness of behavior
Phylogenic
Ontogenic
Cultural
Philosophical assumption of behavior analysis. Determinism; e…
Behavior based on the genetic endowment of an organism. Aids…
Behavior based off of life experiences or events that occur o…
All the conditions, events and stimuli arranged by other peop…
Lawfulness of behavior
Philosophical assumption of behavior analysis. Determinism; e…
Phylogenic
Behavior based on the genetic endowment of an organism. Aids…
16 terms
ABA Cooper Chapter 1
applied behavior analysis
behaviorism
determinism
empiricism
the application of the science of learning to socially signif…
the philosophy of the science of behavior
a philosophical aspect of ABA that holds that behavior follow…
the practice of objective observation of the phenomena of int…
applied behavior analysis
the application of the science of learning to socially signif…
behaviorism
the philosophy of the science of behavior
7 terms
Characteristics of ABA
Applied
Behavioral
Analytic
Technological
investigates socially significant behaviors with immediate im…
entails precise measurement of the actual behavior in need of…
Demonstrates experimental control over the occurrences and no…
The written description of all procedures used in the study i…
Applied
investigates socially significant behaviors with immediate im…
Behavioral
entails precise measurement of the actual behavior in need of…
40 terms
ABA Final
functional analysis
limitations of functional analysis
Causes of problem behavior
attention from others
the systematic manipulation of environmental events to experi…
some behaviors are infrequent, it cannot be applied with dang…
attention from others... self stimulation... environmental conseque…
social positive reinforcement... attention follows the behavior,…
functional analysis
the systematic manipulation of environmental events to experi…
limitations of functional analysis
some behaviors are infrequent, it cannot be applied with dang…
81 terms
ABA Definitions
Aversive
Abolishing operation
Antecedent
Aversion therapy
Any stimulus an animal will avoid, given the opportunity to d…
A motivating operation that decreases the effectiveness of a…
Dictionary: A thing or event that existed before or logically…
A form of Counterconditioning in which a CS is paired with an…
Aversive
Any stimulus an animal will avoid, given the opportunity to d…
Abolishing operation
A motivating operation that decreases the effectiveness of a…
82 terms
ABA Midterm
Applied Dimension of ABA
Behavioral Dimension of ABA
Analytic Dimension of ABA
Technological Dimension of ABA
Improving the socially significant behaviors of people's lives
choosing a specific behavior to be studied; measurable within…
analytic experiments demand control to facilitate the manipul…
replicable and fidelity; explicit description of procedures,…
Applied Dimension of ABA
Improving the socially significant behaviors of people's lives
Behavioral Dimension of ABA
choosing a specific behavior to be studied; measurable within…
19 terms
Cooper ABA Chapter 8
3 Elements of Steady State Strategy
Reversal Design
A-B-A Design
A-B-A-B Design
Prediction, verification, and replication
Entails repeated measures of behavior in a given setting that…
An experiment entailing one reversal
Has 2 reversals thereby enabling the replication of treatment…
3 Elements of Steady State Strategy
Prediction, verification, and replication
Reversal Design
Entails repeated measures of behavior in a given setting that…
223 terms
ABA Flashcards
Abative Effect
Abolishing Operation
Adjunctive Behavior / Schedule-Induced…
Antecedent
a decrease in the current frequency of behavior that has been…
A motivating operation that decreases the reinforcing effecti…
Behavior that occurs as a collateral effect of a schedule of…
Environmental condition or stimulus change existing or occurr…
Abative Effect
a decrease in the current frequency of behavior that has been…
Abolishing Operation
A motivating operation that decreases the reinforcing effecti…
65 terms
ABA Terms
Operant Behavior
Stimulus
Reinforcement (of operant behavior)
Positive Reinforcement
Behavior that is strengthened and/or maintained by the immedi…
Any event that an organism can detect through its senses.
The process by which a stimulus change that reliably follows…
A type of reinforcement in which stimulus presentation is con…
Operant Behavior
Behavior that is strengthened and/or maintained by the immedi…
Stimulus
Any event that an organism can detect through its senses.
56 terms
ABA terms
Reinforcement/Reinforcer
Differential Reinforcement
Differential Reinforcement of Incompat…
Vicarious Reinforcement
Reinforcement increases the chance of a behavior occurring in…
Differential Reinforcement is the reinforcement of one behavi…
reinforces a behavior incompatible with another behavior. DRO…
Vicarious reinforcement involves the reinforcement one person…
Reinforcement/Reinforcer
Reinforcement increases the chance of a behavior occurring in…
Differential Reinforcement
Differential Reinforcement is the reinforcement of one behavi…
46 terms
ABA Definitions
negative reinforcement
positive reinforcement
discriminative stimulus (SD)
operant conditioning
A type of reinforcement in which the occurrence of a behavior…
A stimulus that will increase the future probability of a beh…
The stimulus that is present when a particular behavior is re…
Occurs when a behavior in a particular situation is followed…
negative reinforcement
A type of reinforcement in which the occurrence of a behavior…
positive reinforcement
A stimulus that will increase the future probability of a beh…
11 terms
aba terminology
ABA
DTT
contingent
operant behavior
science applied to improve socially significant behavior to a…
breaks down skills into discrete steps and provides multiple…
possible but not certain to occur
behavior that operates on the environment, producing conseque…
ABA
science applied to improve socially significant behavior to a…
DTT
breaks down skills into discrete steps and provides multiple…
24 terms
ABA Exam 2
reinforcer: primary (unconditioned)
reinforcer: secondary (conditioned)
reinforcer: generalized conditioned
social reinforcers
Biological imperative, pay bills-have shelter... edible, sensory
activity/material/tangible, certificate, badges, star posters
access to anything you want or value... money, paycheck, Kroger…
expressions, proximity, contact, words and phrases, feedback,…
reinforcer: primary (unconditioned)
Biological imperative, pay bills-have shelter... edible, sensory
reinforcer: secondary (conditioned)
activity/material/tangible, certificate, badges, star posters
122 terms
ABA midterm
behavior
overt behaviors
overt behaviors
covert behaviors
anything that a person says or does and is strengthened by it…
e.g. walking, talking throwing
behaviors that are visible
e.g. thinking and feeling
behavior
anything that a person says or does and is strengthened by it…
overt behaviors
e.g. walking, talking throwing
48 terms
ABA quiz
Frequency
Rate
Momentary time sampling
partial interval recording
How often an event happens during a period of time
A ratio that compares two quantities measured in different un…
a measurement method in which the presence or absence of beha…
Record if behavior occurs during any part of a predetermined…
Frequency
How often an event happens during a period of time
Rate
A ratio that compares two quantities measured in different un…
171 terms
ABA Vocabulary
Hi = Hell o
a(ei)b(bi:)c(si:)d(di:)e(i:)f(ef)g(dji…
Thanks = thank you, thanked; thanks to
meet, met; meet at 5 or at the restaur…
bonjour
...
remercier; grâce à
rencontrer, garantir qqch., répondre à, satisfaire
Hi = Hell o
bonjour
a(ei)b(bi:)c(si:)d(di:)e(i:)f(ef)g(dji…
...
50 terms
ABA - Chapter 2 Terms
Antecedent
Automaticity of Reinforcement
Aversive Stimulus
Behavior
An environmental condition or stimulus change existing or cur…
Refers to the fact that behavior is modified by its consequen…
In general an unpleasant or noxious stimulus; more technicall…
The activity of living organism; human behavior includes ever…
Antecedent
An environmental condition or stimulus change existing or cur…
Automaticity of Reinforcement
Refers to the fact that behavior is modified by its consequen…
16 terms
ABA I Castleton 2D
bar graph
cumulative record
data
data path
graph for summarizing behavioral data
a graph on which the cumulative number of responses emitted i…
the results of measurement
the level and trend of behavior between two data points
bar graph
graph for summarizing behavioral data
cumulative record
a graph on which the cumulative number of responses emitted i…
37 terms
ABA Midterm
What is an FBA?
What are the four steps of an FBA?
What is the purpose of step 1 of FBA?
What is the purpose of step 2 of FBA?
A multi-step process that is designed to identify factors ass…
Gathering descriptive information on the target behavior, Con…
Step 1 is to choose the targeted behavior and collect informa…
It is essential to collect accurate data on the student's tar…
What is an FBA?
A multi-step process that is designed to identify factors ass…
What are the four steps of an FBA?
Gathering descriptive information on the target behavior, Con…
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