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RBT Flashcards (A&B)

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What is the difference between continuous and discontinuous measurement procedures? Continuous measurement procedures measure the whole behavior (or each instance); discontinuous measurement procedures do not
Give some examples of continuous measurement procedures Frequency; Duration
Give some examples of discontinuous measurement procedures Partial Interval Recording; Whole Interval Recording; Momentary Time Sampling
What's a common way to take frequency data? Tally marks
What's a common way to take duration data? With a stopwatch
Explain how to use partial interval recording 1. Decide on an interval time length 2. If the behavior happens at all during that time length, put a check in that box 3. If the behavior did not happen at all, do not put a check
Explain how to use whole interval recording 1. Decide on an interval time length 2. If the behavior happens for the entire time length, put a check in that box 3. If the behavior did not happen for the entire time length, do not put a check
Explain how to use momentary time sampling 1. Decide on an interval time length 2. At the end of the interval, look up and take data on whether or not the behavior(s) is happening at that moment or not
What are the pros and cons of continuous and discontinuous measurement procedures? Continuous are more precise but take more time and resources, discontinuous are less precise but are easier to implement
What is permanent product recording? When the behavior leaves a completed product that can be counted later, after the fact
Give an example of something that leaves a permanent product (You can give any example you can think of. One example is the behavior of drawing pictures because when the person is done, you can count how many pictures they drew)
What's the difference between direct and indirect assessment procedures? Direct procedures involve watching the behavior in real time, Indirect procedures do not
Give an example of an indirect assessment procedure Interviewing the parents about the client
Give an example of a direct assessment procedure Watching the client in home and writing down everything that happens (this is called narrative recording)
What are the essential components of a written skill acquisition plan? "*Target behavior and its functional definition *Procedure *Materials *Data collection *Mastery criteria"
Give an example of a mastery criteria Bobby will greet new people with at least 80% accuracy for at least 3 sessions in a row
What are 4 common schedules of reinforcement? *FR (Fixed Ratio) *FI (Fixed Interval) *VR (Variable Ratio) *VI (Variable Interval)
What is the schedule called when a learner gets reinforced every time they do the behavior? Continuous reinforcement (CRF) or an FR1 (Fixed Ratio 1 response)
Explain an FR-X schedule The learner must engage in the target behavior X times before receiving reinforcement
Explain an FI-X schedule The learner must engage in the target behavior once after X seconds have gone by
Give an example of an FR schedule A client must get 3 correct answers to receive a token (FR-3)
Give an example of an FI schedule You tell a client he can't have the ipad now, but it will become available in 5 minutes, but he has to ask for it once it's available (FI-5 minutes)
When talking about a schedule, you must always specify the ___ Target behavior
Created by: Cambam