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BACB Section F

F. Behavior Change Systems

Self Management Employment of behavior analytic interventions to the behavior of oneself by desired change in the behavior.
Controlled Response Self-management behavior; the process to the produce
Controlling Response Target behavior one desires to alter; the product
Token Economy A contingency package. Exchangeable reinforcers are given as soon as possible following the emission of a target response. The recipient later exchanges the tokens for reinforcing object or event.
Back Up Reinforcer A object or event that already has demeonstrated its reinforcing function for the behavior of an individual. It is distributed in exchange for a specific number of exchangeable reinforcers.
Precision Teaching A formal, individualized instructional method that emphasizes rate building (fluency), charting of performance (celebration charting), designing and implementing teaching , and that reinforces the emission of each specific behavior
Personalized Systems of Instructions (PSI) A programmed instruction with self pacing, use of proctors, unit mastery, emphasis on written word, and use of lectures for R+.
Incidental Teaching Embedding learning opportunities in ongoing, everyday activities with a focus on child's interest and initiations
Functional Communication Training A strategy that teaches individuals ways to functionally communicate to compete with challenging behaviors evoked by EOs.
Augmentative Communication Systems Methods of supporting communication beyond the typical means of speaking, writing, gesturing, etc. This method may include using signs, touching images or vocal key pads and other mechanical devices, and exchanging images.
I Created Personalized Systems of Instructions (PSI) Fred Keller
AKA for Personalized Systems of Instructions (PSI) Keller Plan
I Create Precision Teaching (PT) Odgen R. Lindsley
Direct Instruction (DI) An ABA methodology that involves carefully designed curriculum, teaching in small groups, fast paced teaching, scripts and choral responding and applying specific techniques for correcting and preventing errors.
I Created Direct Instruction Siegfried Engelmann
In-Situ Training, Naturalistic Teaching and Non-Intensive Teaching AKAs for? Incidental Teaching
Who developed FCT? Carr and Durrant (1985)
What type of verbal operant is executed through FCT? Mand
PECS is a type of......... Augmentative Communication System
Define the behavior to be changed, Set a goal, Create contingencies that compete with those that currently maintain the target behavior, Let others know about your goals and desired behavior changes. Self Management Strategies
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