Flashcards in Test 1 Deck (31)
_____________ is an approach toward assessment evaluation and behavior change.
Behavior modification promotes adaptive ____________ behavior and reduce maladaptive behavior.
What does behavior modification focus on?
behavior and current determinants
______________________ is a form of behavior modification
_______________ relies on operant conditioning techniques and methods of assessment in everyday settings.
Applied behavior analysis
________________ is the learning and performance of novel response that have not been directly trained.
__________________ is a presentation or removal of an event after a response that increases the frequency of the response.
_________________ is the presentation or removal of an event after a response that decreases the frequency of the response.
______________ no longer presents a reinforcing event after a response that decreases the frequency of the previously reinforced response.
_____________ is reinforcing the response in the presence of training one stimulus but not in the presence of another.
Stimulus control and discrimination
What are the 4 goals of science?
_____________ is when an individual observes another person engage in a particular behavior.
_____________ refers to learning and performance of novel responses that have not been directly trained.
______________ refers to the stimuli, settings, and contexts that occur before and influence behaviors. Example. instructions, gestures, or looks from others
______________ refers to the aspects themselves, what individuals do or do not do.
_____________ refers to events that follow behavior and may include influences that increase, decrease, or have no impact on what the individual does.
What is the similarities between establishing operations and abolishing operations?
Increases the likelihood of behaviors to obtain the reinforcer
What is the difference between establishing operations and abolishing operations?
Abolishing operation decreases the likelihood of behaviors to obtain the reinforcer
What is discriminative stimuli?
S small "D" at the top
What is non discriminative stimulus?
S with small triangle at top
How can we use discriminative stimuli?
How can we use non discriminative stimuli?
What are the 3 prompts for Antecedents?
______________ refers to reinforcing a response in the presence of one stimulus or situation.
How does forward chaining differ from backward chaining?
forward chaining goes in a sequence in order they are performed. Backwards chaining starts with the last sequence and goes backward by mastering each step first.
__________ is the escape behavior and is the desired behavior " turns off" adverse event.
_____________ occurs when a stimulus is presented or removed after a behavior and the likelihood that behavior occurring the future decreases.
______________ refers to the cessation of reinforcement of a response that decreases the likelihood of the behavior in the future.
___________ refers to the fact that the individual responds differently under different stimulus conditions.