The Basics
Prompting
Smooth Operator
Reign in the Force
Data Schmata
100

ASD stands for this

What is Autism Spectrum Disorder

100

True or False: SDs and Prompts are interchangeable

False

100

In your own words, describe what an MO does

it makes a reinforcer more desirable or less desirable

100

Define reinforcement

something that follows a behavior that increases the likelihood that the bx will occur again

100

how do you take frequency data? 

every instance

200

The 4 functions of behavior

What are: Sensory, Attention, Escape, Tangible

200

Using toothbrushing, give an example of least to most prompting

answers will vary but make sure answers start with least prompting to more and more intrusive prompting

200

What the 2 types of MO?

Establishing and Abolishing

200

Define punishment

anything that follows a behavior that decreases the likelihood that the behavior will occur again

200

Describe partial vs whole vs momentary interval recording

listen to answers

300

ABC stands for this

What is antecedent, behavior, consequence

300
This term describes the dangers of providing too intrusive or frequent prompts. 

Prompt dependence

300

Describe the 2 types of MO

establishing: increases value of R+

abolishing: decreases value of R+

300

Give a scenario that illustrates negative reinforcement

vary

300
Give 2 examples of permanent products.

varies

400

2 components of behavior

What are observable, measurable? (or recordable)

400
Give a scenario that illustrates progressive time delay.

will vary

400

Give a scenario that illustrates an EO

varies

400

How does token economy work?

varies

400
What is the difference between continuous vs discontinuous measurement?

c-every instance

d-not every instance, based on interval

500

3 parts of discrete trial

SD, response, consequence

500

Describe: forward chaining, backward chaining, total task chaining.

will vary

500

Give an scenario that illustrates AO.

varies

500

Describe one way to do an informal preference assessment and 2 ways to conduct trial-based (formal) preference assessments.

1) interview parent, ask child, give choices, observe what child goes to

2) single stimulus, paired stimulus, MSwithR, MSwithoutR

500

Teacher wanted the students to line up as soon as the bell rings so she can walk them to class and get started with the math lesson. A couple of the kids take longer than others to line up. She wants to see how long it is taking the kids to line up. What is this type of data collection called?

latency.

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