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_____________ is an approach toward assessment evaluation and behavior change.

Behavior modification

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Behavior modification promotes adaptive ____________ behavior and reduce maladaptive behavior.

prosocial

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What does behavior modification focus on?

behavior and current determinants

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______________________ is a form of behavior modification

applied

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_______________ relies on operant conditioning techniques and methods of assessment in everyday settings.

Applied behavior analysis

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________________ is the learning and performance of novel response that have not been directly trained.

Rational Behaviorism

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__________________ is a presentation or removal of an event after a response that increases the frequency of the response.

Reinforcement

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_________________ is the presentation or removal of an event after a response that decreases the frequency of the response.

Punishment

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______________ no longer presents a reinforcing event after a response that decreases the frequency of the previously reinforced response.

extinction

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_____________ is reinforcing the response in the presence of training one stimulus but not in the presence of another.

Stimulus control and discrimination

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What are the 4 goals of science?

describe
explain
predict
control

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_____________ is when an individual observes another person engage in a particular behavior.

modeling/observational learning

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_____________ refers to learning and performance of novel responses that have not been directly trained.

Rational behaviorism

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______________ refers to the stimuli, settings, and contexts that occur before and influence behaviors. Example. instructions, gestures, or looks from others

Antecedence

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______________ refers to the aspects themselves, what individuals do or do not do.

Behaviors

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_____________ refers to events that follow behavior and may include influences that increase, decrease, or have no impact on what the individual does.

Consequences

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What is the similarities between establishing operations and abolishing operations?

Increases the likelihood of behaviors to obtain the reinforcer

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What is the difference between establishing operations and abolishing operations?

Abolishing operation decreases the likelihood of behaviors to obtain the reinforcer

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What is discriminative stimuli?

S small "D" at the top

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What is non discriminative stimulus?

S with small triangle at top

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How can we use discriminative stimuli?

by reinforcement

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How can we use non discriminative stimuli?

non reinforcement

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What are the 3 prompts for Antecedents?

verbal
modeling
physical guidance

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______________ refers to reinforcing a response in the presence of one stimulus or situation.

Stimulus control

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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.

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__________ is the escape behavior and is the desired behavior " turns off" adverse event.

negative reinforcer

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_____________ occurs when a stimulus is presented or removed after a behavior and the likelihood that behavior occurring the future decreases.

punishment

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______________ refers to the cessation of reinforcement of a response that decreases the likelihood of the behavior in the future.

Extinction

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___________ refers to the fact that the individual responds differently under different stimulus conditions.

Discrimination

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___________ generalization refers to the generalization or transfer of a response to situation that those win which train takes place.

Stimulus generalization