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Which question would fit the applied dimension of applied behavior analysis?
How many job applicants were there last month?
How many m&m's does it take to satiate a 6 year old?
What ecological arrangements will foster mating in zoo animals?
What effect do psychotropic meds have on liver functioning?

What ecological arrangements will foster mating in zoo animals?

The applied dimension of ABA focuses on behaviors that are of social importance. These could be either human or non-human behaviors (Baer, Wolfe, & Risley, 1968; Cooper, Heron, & Heward, 2007, p. 16).

2

"Behavioral" as a dimension of applied behavior analysis involves
reliance of behavioral philosophy to determine intervention.
focusing on observable and cognitive behaviors exclusively.
focusing on behavior of the subject as the target for change.
(all of the others)

focusing on behavior of the subject as the target for change.

Behavioral" as a dimension of applied behavior analysis involves focusing on the behavior of the subject as the target for change. (Baer, Wolf, & Risley, 1968; Cooper, Heron, & Heward, 1987, p. 5; Cooper, Heron, & Heward, 2007, p. 16)

3

Which question would fit the applied dimension of applied behavior analysis?
How do you increase social behavior?
What ecological arrangements will foster pollination in zoo plants?
How do you increase crop yields through ecological interventions?
(all of the others)

How do you increase social behavior?

4

The "behavioral" dimension of applied behavior analysis is exemplified by
a child learning to process information as the target behavior.
a parrot speaking as an independent variable.
a child learning to speak as the target behavior.
a plant changing the direction in which it faces as a function of a light source changing position.

a child learning to speak as the target behavior

5

The seven dimensions of applied behavior analysis are
conceptually systematic, applied, behavioral, analytical, maintenance/generalization, empirical, technological.
effective, applied, analytical, maintenance/generalization, conceptually systematic, operant, technological.
conceptually systematic, behavioral, analytical, humane, applied, maintenance/generalization, effective.
effective, applied, behavioral, maintenance/generalization, conceptually systematic, technological, analytical.

conceptually systematic, applied, behavioral, analytical, maintenance/generalization, effective, technological.

6

Which question would fit the applied dimension of applied behavior analysis?
How do you increase the batting average of athletes?
How do you reduce eating food junk food using self-management?
How do you reduce eating junk food using punishment?
(all of the others)

All

7

According to Baer, Wolf, & Risley (1968), the applied dimension of applied behavior analysis refers to addressing behaviors
of social etiquette.
of social importance.
that influence cultural practices.
of humans.

of social importance.

8

The seven dimensions of applied behavior analysis are
applied, behavioral, analytical, maintenance/generalization, conceptually systematic, technological, empirical.
applied, operant, analytical, maintenance/generalization, conceptually systematic, technological, effective.
applied, behavioral, analytical, maintenance/generalization, conceptually systematic, technological, effective.
conceptually systematic, behavioral, perceptual, empirical, maintenance/generalization, effective, applied.

applied, behavioral, analytical, maintenance/generalization, conceptually systematic, technological, effective.

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The "behavioral" dimension of applied behavior analysis is exemplified by
complete and precise description of procedures.
talking as a target behavior.
verification of theory.
generalization of effects to a novel setting.

talking as a target behavior.

10

The behavioral dimension of applied behavior analysis focuses on the
relevance and reliability of the behavioral measure.
frequency of the behavioral measure.
relevance and reliability of the experimental design.
(all of the others)

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The behavior must be germane to the problem and it must be reliably recorded. (Baer, Wolf, & Risley, 1968; Cooper, Heron, & Heward, 2007, p. 16)

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The "behavioral" dimension of applied behavior analysis is exemplified by
penile erection.
sweating when presented with fearful stimuli.
sleeping.
(all of the others)

all others

12

The seven dimensions of applied behavior analysis are
conceptually systematic, behavioral, analytical, humane, applied, maintenance/generalization, effective.
maintenance/generalization, conceptually systematic, effective, applied, behavioral, analytical, technological.
applied, behavioral, analytical, maintenance/generalization, conceptually systematic, technological, experimental.
effective, applied, operant, analytical, maintenance/generalization, conceptually systematic, technological.

maintenance/generalization, conceptually systematic, effective, applied, behavioral, analytical, technological.

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"Applied" as a dimension of applied behavior analysis involves
using basic theoretical constructs on problems of significance to participants.
using significant problems of participants to identify basic principles.
resolving significant basic questions of principles of behavior.
using basic principles on problems of significance to participants.

using basic principles on problems of significance to participants.

This involves using basic principles on problems of significance to participants. (Cooper, Heron, & Heward, 1987, p. 5; Cooper, Heron, & Heward, 2007, p. 16)

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Which of the following is probably NOT about applied research?
Memory processes in delayed spatial discriminations.
Effects of intermittent punishment on self-injurious behavior.
Noncontingent delivery of reinforcers as a means of increasing productivity.
Increasing indices of happiness among individuals with developmental disabilities.


No. Happiness is an important behavior. The study of memory processes in delayed spatial discriminations is less likely to have immediate application.
Behaviors that have personal significance are likely to be indicated in applied research (Cooper, Heron, & Heward, 1987, p. 5; Cooper, Heron, & Heward, 2007, p. 16).

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