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BCBA 5th edition task list Description Correct Answer: is a collection of facts about an observed event. Prediction Correct Answer: repeated observations reveal that observing other events can... consistently result in accurately anticipating an outcome Control Correct Answer: a specific change in one event can be reliably produced by scientific manipulation or variables. Radical behaviorism Correct Answer: is a branch of behaviorism that includes thoughts and feelings in addition to the observable events Generality/Generalization Correct Answer: Behavior change that lasts over time, appears in environment other than the environment which it was taught and spreads to other behaviors not targeted by the intervention Effective Correct Answer: behavior that changes in a practical manner that results in clinical or social significance Technological Correct Answer: all procedures of an intervention, data and results of an experiment or study are cleared outlined in detail so they can be understood, replicated and implemented by anyone Applied Correct Answer: the commitment of effecting improvements in people's behaviors to enhance their quality of life. Conceptually systematic Correct Answer: all procedures used in practice should be related to the basic behavioral principles of behavior analysis from which they were derived. Analytic Correct Answer: when the experimenter has demonstrated a reliable change and functional relation between the manipulated events of a target behavior. Behavioral Correct Answer: Observable and measurable behavior that must be the behavior in need of improvement. 7 dimension of behavior Correct Answer: GET A CAB Behavior Correct Answer: an organism interaction with the environment "Dead man's test" Response Correct Answer: a specific instance of behavior Stimulus Correct Answer: events in the environment that affect the behavior of an individual Stimulus class Correct Answer: a group of stimuli that are similar along one or more dimensions ( for example, they look or sounds similar, they have a common effect on the behavior, or they at similar times relative to the response). Respondent conditioning Correct Answer: a learning process wherein a previously neutral stimulus (which would not alter behavior) acquires the ability to elicit a response (alter behavior). Operant conditioning Correct Answer: consequences that results in an increase or decrease the frequency in the same type of behavior under similar conditions (remember operant behaviors are controlled by their consequences) Positive reinforcement Correct Answer: a response is followed by the presentation of a stimulus that results in an increase in behavior under similar circumstances Negative reinforcement Correct Answer: a response is followed by the removal of a stimulus that results in an increase on behavior under similar circumstances. Fixed Ratio (FR) Correct Answer: a schedule of reinforcement where reinforcement is provided after a fixed number of responses occur Fixed Interval (FI) Correct Answer: a schedule of reinforcement where reinforcement is provided after a fixed amount of time elapses. Variable Ratio (VR) Correct Answer: a schedule of reinforcement where reinforcement is provided variably after an average amount of responses are emitted. Positive punishment Correct Answer: the presentation of a stimulus (punishment) follows a response, which then results in a decrease in the future frequency of the behavior. Negative punishment Correct Answer: the removal of a stimulus (punishment) follows response, which then results in a decrease in the future frequency of the behavior. Automatic contingencies Correct Answer: behaviors maintained by automatic contingencies can be said to produce their own consequences, without another person changing the environment in anyway in response to the behavior interest Socially mediated contingencies Correct Answer: contingency delivered in whole or in part by another person. Unconditioned reinforcer Correct Answer: reinforcement that works without prior learning in ( In other words, living things came into the world with a need for these things "built in' to their biology. Conditioned reinforcer Correct Answer: a reinforcer which becomes reinforcing only after a learning history. Generalized reinforcer Correct Answer: a consequence that has been paired with access to many different reinforcing consequences until it took on reinforcing properties Unconditioned punisher Correct Answer: punishment that works without prior learning ( in other words, living things come into the world with a need to avoid these things "built in" to their biology. Conditioned punisher Correct Answer: A stimulus change that decreases the future frequency and occurrences of behavior that is based on an organism's learning history with other punishers (in other words, organisms are not born wanting to avoid these things). Generalized punisher Correct Answer: a consequence that has been paired with many different experiences of punishment until it took on punishing properties itself Operant extinction Correct Answer: withholding all reinforcing from a previously reinforcered behavior maintained by its consequences Stimulus control Correct Answer: rates of responding happen exclusively, or at a higher rate, in the presence of a stimulus rather than in its absence. Discrimination Correct Answer: occurs when a limited number of stimuli occasion a response. Generalization Correct Answer: occurs when a variety of stimuli occasion a certain response. Generalization occurs across different individuals, environment and times. Maintenance Correct Answer: following the removal of an intervention, the extent to which a response remains in an individual's repertoire over time. Motivating Operations (Establishing Operations and Abolishing Operations) Correct Answer: MO is an umbrella term that captures both EOs and AOs within it. MOs are environmental variables that alters the reinforcing or punishing effectiveness of a stimulus. Establishing Operations (EO): Correct Answer: A type of motivating operation that makes a stimulus more desirable (more effective as a reinforcer). (Increases) Abolishing Operations (AO): Correct Answer: A type of motivating operation that makes the stimulus less desirable (less effective as a reinforcer). (decrease) [Show More]

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