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NEW QUESTION 1
Specifying the hand with which Linda eats, writes, and works is an example oF.
- A. response functio
- B. an operant clas
- C. a stimulus clas
- D. response topograph
NEW QUESTION 2
John's instructional program has successfully increased the number of words he reads correctly per minute. The procedures used include special worksheets, contingent reinforcement for number of words read correctly, and peer tutoring. The behavior analyst wants to determine which part or parts of the treatment have been effective, so he systematically dismantles the treatment and withdraws elements until the reading no longer improves. The behavior analyst is completing A.
- A. component analysi
- B. multi-element desig
- C. parametric examinatio
- D. reversal desig
NEW QUESTION 3
In general, when a behavior analyst is asked to help someone make friends, the behavior analyst shoulD.
- A. avoid interfering in interpersonal relationship
- B. refer the person to a counselor, social worker, or other professiona
- C. evaluate the current social repertoir
- D. set up a social skills training progra
NEW QUESTION 4
The PRIMARY advantage of using a multiple baseline design across subjects is that:
- A. an intervention may be applied to more than one individua
- B. experimental control can be demonstrated without a reversa
- C. it is the most effective method for establishing functional relation
- D. more individuals benefit from the effects of an interventio
NEW QUESTION 5
Which of the following would BEST contribute to a behavior analyst’s professional development?
- A. attending a workshop that provides videotaped examples and practice activities for innovative interventions
- B. reading articles from a peer-reviewed applied behavior analysis journal that describe techniques that are applicable to her client population
- C. becoming a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, which is a rich resource for behavior analysts
- D. contributing an article to the newsletter of the local Association for Behavior Analysis chapter
NEW QUESTION 6
A child with food refusal behaviors accepts one bite out of the ten bites that her caregiver offered.
What measure should be used to record this behavior?
- A. duration
- B. latency
- C. percent of occurrence
- D. trials to criterion
NEW QUESTION 7
In order to promote generalization in intensive teaching, the behavior analyst shoulD.
- A. teach loosel
- B. use the same S
- C. use few exemplar
- D. teach in the same environmen
NEW QUESTION 8
A DRO was implemented for a young child with developmental delays to address reduction in the behavior of hair pulling. The child also has excessive levels of nose picking, and skin picking. Data collection needs to include rates of these behaviors as well due to the possible effects of behavioral:
- A. conduc
- B. contras
- C. rehearsa
- D. repercussio
NEW QUESTION 9
A behavior analyst has been consulting for a client who repeatedly pushes her knuckles into her eyes. After conducting a functional analysis, implementing a function-based intervention plan, and ensuring all staff were thoroughly trained on the intervention procedures, data indicate the client's behavior has increased over the last month. What consideration is MOST likely to have been overlooked prior to conducting the FA?
- A. The behavior may be a symptom of the client's disabilit
- B. Staff may lack competence for carrying out the interventio
- C. There may be a biological/medical variable affecting the clien
- D. The increase in the behavior should have been anticipated due to an extinction burs
NEW QUESTION 10
A behavior analyst and others are planning to identify long term outcomes for Mike. Assuming all
of the following are relevant to Mike, which is the BEST long term outcome?
- A. Mike will learn to play a board game of his choic
- B. Mike will brush his teeth with 60% accuracy within 30 minutes following breakfas
- C. Mike will independently travel and participate in activities with friend
- D. Mike will speak at a level audible to people standing within 2 - 3 feet of him within 30 day
NEW QUESTION 11
Which of the following could NOT function as an unconditioned punisher?
- A. a bitter taste
- B. social disapproval
- C. excessive stimulation
- D. physical restraint
NEW QUESTION 12
A client with a history of escape maintained problem behavior begins to throw the puzzle pieces a few minutes after starting to work on the task. What is the BEST programmatic change for the behavior analyst to make?
- A. Remove the puzzle and implement a time-out procedur
- B. Teach the client to request escape using an adaptive behavio
- C. Implement an overcorrection procedure to reduce puzzle piece throwin
- D. Increase the amount of social praise delivered for successful task completio
NEW QUESTION 13
A behavior analyst is asked to provide direct services requiring daily 1:1 interaction with a teen- aged client. The client does not speak but can communicate fluently using sign language. The behavior analyst knows some sign language but is not fluent. The BEST approach to this situation would be to
- A. explain his level of competence in sign language to the family before beginning servic
- B. hire a sign language interpreter to attend the session
- C. attend a workshop in sign language prior to beginning servic
- D. refer the family to a behavior analyst fluent in sign languag
NEW QUESTION 14
Abigale is in her preschool classroom where she sees a toy named Elmo on a shelf and then says, "Elmo." No one drew her attention to Elmo. This is an example of a (n):
- A. autocliti
- B. intraverba
- C. man
- D. tac
NEW QUESTION 15
What must happen for an alternating-treatments design to be optimally effective?
- A. An additional return to baseline is undertake
- B. Criterion changes are gradual to ensure complianc
- C. Participants discriminate easily between treatment condition
- D. Participants engage in multiple problem behavior
NEW QUESTION 16
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