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ASR #2
Which of the following best describes inductive science?
a. Hypothesis testing
b. Subjective assessments
c. On-going data collection under controlled conditions before interpretations are made
d. Statistics

C

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ASR #3
Which of the following is an example of a standard, absolute, universal measure?
a. Rate/frequency
b. Time (i.e., minute, hour, second)
c. Distance (i.e., inch, centimeter, mile)
d. All of these

D

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ASR #4
What are the two essentials properties of behavior?
a. Height, weight
b. Accuracy, speed
C Count, time
d. None of these

C

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ASR #5
Which of the following is NOT a dimensional unit of behavior?
a. Frequency/rate
b. Latency
c. Percent correct
d. Inter-response time

C

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ASR #14

Mathematically speaking, how does behavior change?
a. Exponentially
b. Additively
c. Figuratively
d. Behavior doesn’t change

A

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ASR #15
What is a counting time floor?
a. Time spent recording the behavior
b. Amount of time behavior had the opportunity to occur
c. Frequency/rate
d. None of these

A

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ASR #16

How is frequency/rate plotted on the SCC?

a. The SCC doesn’t show frequency
b. Count divided by minutes spent recording
c. 1 divided by minutes spent recording
d. None of these

B

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ASR #6
What was Skinner’s unit of analysis? a. Frequency/rate
b. Likert Scales
c. Percent correct
d. Trials to criterion

A

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ASR #7
What was Skinner’s standard graphic display?
a. Equal interval graph b. Bar graph

c. Cumulative record

d. None of these

C

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ASR #8

Who developed the Standard Celeration Chart?

a. B.F. Skinner

b. E.L. Thorndike

c Og Lindsley

d. None of these

C

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ASR #9

The x-axis of the SCC depicts:
a. Sessions
b. Successive days, weeks, months, etc.
c. Seconds
d. None of these

B

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ASR #10

The y-axis of the SCC depicts:

a. Rate/frequency
b. Successive days, weeks, months, etc.
c. % correct
d. None of these

A

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ASR #11

Which of the following is a benefit to the logarithmic y-axis on the SCC?

a. Preserves proportional amounts of behavior change
b. Shows percent correct c. Inflates treatment effects d. No benefit

A

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ASR #12
How many counting cycles of 10 are on the SCC?

a. 20 b. 6 c. 10 d. 5

B. 6

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ASR #13
How do you move up and down the y-axis on the SCC?

a. Adding/subtracting

b. Multiplying/dividing

c. Guessing

d. You don’t move up and down

B.

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What is true regarding Celeration lines?

a. It is the change in rate over time

b. Corresponds most closely to level

c. Corresponds most closely to trend

d.!Both a and c

D

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ASR #14
Mathematically speaking, how does behavior change?
a. Exponentially
b. Additively
c. Figuratively
d. Behavior doesn’t change

A

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ASR #15
What is a counting time floor?
a. Time spent recording the behavior
b. Amount of time behavior had the opportunity to occur
c. Frequency/rate
d. None of these

A

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ASR #16

How is frequency/rate plotted on the SCC?
a. The SCC doesn’t show frequency
b. Count divided by minutes spent recording
c. 1 divided by minutes spent recording
d. None of these

B

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ASR #17
What is celeration?
a. A dance move

b. Rate/time/time/time

c. An index of learning

d. Both b and c

C

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ASR #19
Precision Teaching is best described as:
a. A system of measuring and analyzing behavior using the SCC
b. A new-age teaching method
c. An art
d. None of these

A

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ASR #20
Functional mastery refers to:
a. An arbitrary criteria for mastery
b. A belief that a skill is mastered
c. Mastery that produces a measurable outcome
d. None of these

C

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ASR #21
 How does the notion of fluency relate to a selectionist account of behavior?
a. Rate is a measure of response probability
b. Higher rate behaviors have a greater likelihood of occurrence
c. Higher rate behaviors are more likely to be selected by contingencies of reinforcement
d. All of these

D

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ASR #22
What is RESAA?
a. A cool dance move
b. Retention, Endurance, Stability, Application, Adduction
c. An outcome of mastery
d. Both B and C

D

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ASR #23
Which of the following are benefits to Standard Charting?
a. Standard, absolute, and universal measurement system
b. Clinical significance = visual significance
c. Ease of comparison across learners, skills, settings, etc.
d. All of these

D

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ASR #24

Data analysis is to data display as:
a. Skinner is to Thorndike
b. Science is to Art
c. Experimentation is to Demonstration
d. Both B and C

D