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Baseline Logic 1. Prediction 2. Verification 3. Replication
Nature & function of baseline data 1. Serves as a control condition 2. Obtain ABC data for planning intervention 3. Provides guidance in setting criteria for reinforcement 4. Data might reveal the target behavior does not warrant intervention
Types of baseline data patterns 1. Stable - 2. Ascending / 3. Descending \ 4. Variable /\/\
Verification verification of a previously predicted level of baseline by withdrawal of the treatment.
Replication Reintroducing the treatment variable to replicate the experimental effect.
Types of replication 1. Direct 2. Systematic
Direct replication repetition of an experimental manipulation
Systematic replication some aspect of the experiment is changed and its effect on behavior is analyzed
Treatment integrity The degree to which an intervention is implemented as planned.
What happens if the IV is not implemented to a high degree? 1. Bad treatments may be judged as effective 2. Effective treatments may be deemed ineffective
What is the most common method for maintaining high treatment integrity? direct observation and feedback about implementation
How do you asses treatment integrity? 1. direct observation 2.task analysis - operationally define intervention steps 3.monitor using multiple methods/sources
Treatment evaluation strategies (7) 1. treatment package (demonstrative analysis) 2. dismantling 3.parametric 4.constructive 5.comparative 6.client-treatment 7.meta-analysis
Created by: nomarita