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data-based model (Ans- An approach based on information retrieved through experimentation or direct observation reversal design (ABAB design) (Ans- A single subject, applied behavior analysis d... esign which generally involves observing behavior during baseline, treatment, a return to baseline, and treatment reapplied. Psychodynamic treatment model (Ans- By Freud; unconscious material is root of problems, focuses on analysis of thought; free association and Rorschach test Biomedical treatment model (Ans- biological factors are the underlying cause of disorders successive approximations (Ans- Behaviors which gradually resemble the target behavior or terminal objective schedule of reinforcement (Ans- The behavioral requirements for a reinforcing stimulus to be delivered. Schedules may be fixed or variable based on interval or ratio criteria Fading (Ans- The gradual removal of all explicit prompts or cues in an attempt to maintain the behavior on its own Holistic theory (Ans- Evaluation of emotional, physical, spiritual, psychological, and social dimensions because all make up the whole person Behavioral treatment model (Ans- By Skinner. All behaviors are learned, so all behaviors can be unlearned or replaced by new behaviors. Task analysis and reinforcement schedule reinforcement schedule (Ans- fixed ratio, variable ratio, fixed interval, variable interval classical conditioning (Ans- Pavlovian technique pairing neutral stimulus with a meaningful stimulus randomized group design (Ans- Experimental design that randomly assigns subjects to treatment or control conditions to compare performance occipital lobe (Ans- Region of the cerebral cortex that processes vision and perception Monoplegia (Ans- paralysis of one limb Paraplegia (Ans- paralysis of both legs and the lower part of the body Quadriplegia (Ans- paralysis of all four limbs hallucination (Ans- Perception of sensory input, often sounds or tactile sensations, which are not occurring in reality Frequency recording (Ans- Records number of times a target behavior occurs Duration Recording (Ans- Recording technique that measures how long a particular behavior lasts during a given period Individualized Education Program (IEP) (Ans- Individualized plan for children with disabilities who qualify for special education services; functions as blueprint for determining best possible educational program for each child Primary aging (Ans- Systematic, genetically determined decline in efficiency of body's organ systems accountability (Ans- Process by which one is responsible and answerable for obligation to a set of constituencies parallel play (Ans- Characterizes a stage of development in which very young children will play beside each other but not engage in social interaction Discrimination (Ans- Ability to tell difference between stimuli DAP (Ans- Standardized form of note taking. Data, assessment, plan SOAP (Ans- Standardized form of note taking. Subjective, objective, assessment, plan MMPI (Ans- The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory. Assesses personality traits and psychopathology. Primarily used for diagnosis Countertransference (Ans- The therapist projection of own feelings, ideas, and desires about other people and/or things onto the client Down Syndrome (Ans- Congenital abnormality of trisomy 21 gene (extra chromosome) resulting in developmental disability and physical abnormalities [Show More]

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