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Amount of a reinforcer provided

Reinforcer magnitude

2

Procedures to teach alternative responses and other skills

Teaching strategies/protocols

3

The last name of discriminative stimuli is:

the consequence which leads to the development of that discriminative stimuli

4

Can we neglect context?

no, behavior changes in relation to context

5

Create a stimulus hierarchy and gradually introduce stimuli from least to most likely to evoke/elicit

Graduated exposure/desensitization

6

List 3 considerations when using antecedent interventions:
- Only use as a _____ _____ _____
- Combine with _____ _____
- Include _______ or _____ if needed

- treatment plan component
- reinforcement procedures
- extinction or punishment

7

Mechanism of antecedent intervention which breaks/weakens the contingent relation between problem behavior and a reinforcer

Contingency-breaking effects

8

Model for treating problem behavior based on the function of the behavior

function-based treatment model

9

Name 2 types of time-based schedules

Fixed time and Variable time

10

Name a problem with using the everyday definition of the term "function"

Practitioners may use teleological explanations

11

A medication's direct (but not intended) effect on behavior is known as a _____ _______

side effect

12

Are the functions of behavior only attention, tangibles, escape, and automatic reinforcement?

no, typical statements about function are oversimplifications

13

List 3 negative punishment procedures:

- time out
- response cost
- fines/penalties

14

R1 = SR
R2 = EXT

Differentiation

15

A weakness of the topography-based DRI procedure

taught non-functional incompatible behaviors

16

List 2 consequent modifications to clarify FA results:

Type of attention delivered
Which behaviors receive consequences

17

Everyday usage of the term "function"

What an organism does and "why"

18

NCR schedule thinning procedure

Increase the passage of time required before delivering reinforcer

19

List 5 common ethical concerns about punishment:
- data collection (____-_____ _______)
- appropriate ________ for the _______
- _______ of procedures
- ________ environment
- _______ and approval

- data collection (long-term effects)
- appropriate procedure for the function
- legality of procedures
- supportive environment
- review and approval

20

Withholding escape from an aversive stimulus contingent on problem behavior is an ________ procedure for behavior maintained by _______ _______ _______

extinction, social negative reinforcement

21

A scientific usage of the term "function"

A mathematical relation between stimulus classes and response classes

22

Includes who, what, and where to train, length of training, and type of competency check

Training section of the BIP

23

Reinforcement delivered if a minimum amount of time has passed since the last response

DRL-T

24

List 3 considerations when selecting a functional communication topography:

- audience
- response effort
- behavioral repertoire

25

List 3 treatments for behavior maintained by social negative reinforcement:

- extinction
- differential reinforcement
- antecedent-based interventions

26

Terms defined by effects on behavior, other stimuli, and role in functional relations

functional terms

27

List 6 common DRI mistakes:
- selecting the wrong _______ ______
- failing to select a ______ _____
- using the wrong ______ ______
- failing to use ______ for problem behavior
- reinforcing a _____ of _____ ______
- failing to also reinforce ______ ______

- selecting the wrong incompatible behavior
- failing to select a competing reinforcer
- using the wrong reinforcement schedule
- failing to use extinction for problem behavior
- reinforcing a chain of problem behavior
- failing to also reinforce alternative behavior

28

Engaging client non-contingently in a systematic exercise program

Antecedent exercise

29

FCT - Stage 2

Train and differentially reinforce a communicative response

30

Extinction procedure for behavior maintained by escape

Continue the demand following the behavior until task is completed