Flashcards in 5018 Unit 7 Deck (32)
Repeatability x Temporal Locus
Countability (# of responses)
Inter-response time (IRT) (time/ # of responses)
Rate (# or responses/ time)
Celeration (3 or responses/time/time)
End of first response and beginning of second response
Total Count IOA
(Smaller/ Larger) X 100
% Agreement IOA
(Agreements/ Agreements + Disagreements) X 100
Interval by Interval IOA
(# of Intervals agreed/ agreed + disagreed) X 100
Targets may be graphed together when
1. Targets are related/ co-occur
2. All are deceleration/ acceleration use similar scales
3. All are scaled approximately the same
If aggression is rare, but tends to occur in bursts, use...
IRT or rate
Tantrums is often measured in...
Compliance is often measured in...
Multiple dimensions on a single graph are beneficial if
1. Dimensions scaled approximately equally
2. Data points sufficiently separate to allow visual analysis
A procedure designed to decelerate bx or protect clients that temporarily limits movements or access to reinforcers.
Keep individuals safe, decelerate bx, and protect individuals.
Must always be tracked and bx that necessitates procedure tracked along with the procedure
Procedure used to protect client as client engages in bx dangerous to self or others, has the potential for property damage, or expose client to legal consequences.
Not part of the tx plan.
Integrity check, or monitoring staff implementation is important for
Acquisition and deceleration
Cumulative records are often used in
Best use of cumulative records
Comparison of teaching strategies
How to measure choice
% Selected per option
Time spent per option
1. determine what one trial will be
2. decide how to report
3. record count as measure
4. present data
Method of classifying responses into discrete categories
Coding/ Discrete Categorization
Examples of Discrete Categorization
A method of quantifying the chances of obtaining a specific sample from a population, determined by a fraction and expressed from 0-1
Bx that reliably occurs before target bx
Statistics used for interpretation but also to describe properties of sample, used with groups or with repeated measures, and complemented by visual analysis
helps in decision making as to where to invest time, effort, and money
Searching for data that have been recorded in the past
Best uses for archival studies
Obtain baseline data
Obtain comparison baselines
Participants are asked to respond to open- or closed-ended questions and provides anonymous information from large numbers of people
Relationship between variables observed and occurred as they occur naturally but there is no experimental control