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LPT Behavior Manage

LPT Behavior Management

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Antecedents events or stimuli that appear to be related to the occurrence of the behavior, and which occur prior to the behavior
Baseline the period of time during which a behavior is observed and measured without any intervention (training)
CAIT Colorado Approved Intervention Techniques. The term used to refer to physical interventions such as transports, hold, and releases that may be used to protec the individuals that we serve or those around them
Consequence The event that happens to the student after the response occurs
Continuous Reinforcement the reinforcement of every occurrence of a response
Data Information that we collect about a individual's behavior to help us determine if our training/treatment efforts are being successful
edible reinforcer foods preferred by the individual
escape/avoidance one of the most common reasons for the maladaptive behavior is the behavior that can enable them to escape or avoid circumstances that they find unpleasant.
etiology the cause of the disorder
extinction the withholding of a reinforcer that has been sustaining or increasing a behavior
fading the gradual removal of a prompt
frequency count tracking the behavior as it occurs by placing a slash mark on the tracking form
functional assessment interview and observations to try and determine what function a behavior serves for them
gestural prompt a motor behavior (e.g. pointing) that is presented to cue the performance of a particular response
interval data tracking of a target behavoir occurs within a set interval of time. If the behavior occurred one or more times during the designated time period, a single slash mark is entered on the tracking form
interval reinforcement a time-based schedule of reinforcement in which a period of time must pass before the person will be reinforced for making the correct response
intervention the action that is taken to change a target behavior
maladaptive Those behaviors that we exhibit in trying to cope with or control our environment, that ultimately prove self-defeating.
modeling the presentation of a behavior to be imitated
non-contingent reinforcement reinforcement that is not related to any specific response
physical prompt any form of physical contact between the trainer and the individual that is presented to cue the performance of a particular response
positive reinforcement the delivery of a psoitive reinforcer contingent upon a response or behavior
probe data measure a target behavior at a specified time
redirection the process of directing the individual's attention away from an action, person, or item through verbal, gestural or physical prompting
reinforcement any event that maintains or increses the future probability of the response or behavior it follows
replacement behavior behaviors that the team has decided that they are going to try and help the individual learn. for example, we might try to teach john to sign that he wants a break from work rather the throw a tantrum to get sent out of the room
restrictive procedures any intervention or program that involves a restriction of those rights that are guaranteed to the individual by state or federal law
tactile reinforcer any type of skin to skin contact between the trainer and the individual for which the individual will respond
target behavior target behaviors are those positive behaviors that we would like to see increased or the negative behaviors that we would like to decrease
time sampling tracking the number of occurrences of a behavior during a specified time period on a set schedule. Then each time period has expired, the total number of occurrences is entered on the tracking form
variable time reinforcement set random times and give reinforcement at those times
verbal prompt a verbalization, using an instruction (e.g. "look at me".) that is presented to cue the performance of a particular response
The proactive steps in preventing a crisis are: frequent interaction and meaningful activities and respect
All behaviors ahve a purpose and _____to meet basic human needsq function
Proximity and ______can either defuse or escalate a crisis situation personal space
The _____ minimized the danger to your vital organs L position
The primary tool used to prevent or de-escalate a potential crisis is redirection
Neutral veral interaction should be brief, to the point and with emotion
To help ensure a safe environment a simple change would be to turn down the volume on the TV or radio
To decrase frustration you should Reduce demands
Effective listening helps resolve conflicts
Sarcasm inflicts indirect emotional abuse on others
Created by: LPT Program