Safety Threats
Assessments
Teaching
Accessibility
True or False
100

What are the four types of safety threats?

abduction, sexual abuse, firearm injury, poisoning  

100

What are the three types of assessments? 

verbal report, role-play, in-situ 

100

What are the two approaches? 

informational, active learning 

100

What are the four types of training that increase accessibility? 

group, parent-implemented, peer-implemented, simulated 

100

Most sexual abuse is perpetrated by a stranger. 

false 

200

What are the four types of abduction lures?

simple, authority, incentive, assistance

200

What type of assessment is the following? 

What would you do if a man came up to you and asked you to help him find his puppy? 

verbal report 

200

What is an informational teaching approach? 

teacher provides information about the safety threat and descricbes or models and the correct response to it 

200

What is simulated training? 

computerized virtual reality version of BST where participants controls a characters rehearsing the correct response 

200

Children have difficulty discriminating real from fake guns and many have played with guns without their parents knowledge. 

true 

300

What are the two types of social safety threats? 

abduction, sexual abuse 

300

What type of assessment is the following? 

Let's pretend we're in your kitchen and you see this gun on the table. Let's also pretend I am your dad and I'm in another room. I want you to show me exactly what you would do if you found this gun on your kitchen table. 

role play

300

What is an active learning approach? 

the learner practices the correct response to the threat while teacher provides reinforcement and corrective feedback on performance 

300

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!!!!!!

What is a key factor is success for parent implemented training? 

a) parent fidelity 

b) implementation fidelity 

c) researcher fidelity 

d) none of the above

e) all of the above 

b) implementation fidelity 

300

Unintentional poisoning is a leading source of injury in teenagers  

false 

400

What are the two types of non-social safety threats? 

firearm injury, poisoning 

400

What type of assessment is the following? 

A child is asked to go to a room where researchers placed a hidden camera and firearm. (child is not aware he/she is being assessed) 

in situ 

400

Which approach is more effective? informational or active learning? 

active learning 

400

What are the two benefits to increasing accessibility? 

save time and cut costs/resources 

400

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!!!!!! 

Role-play assessments are the most effective. 

False

500

What are the four steps you should take when encountering a safety threat? 

recognize, avoid, escape, report 

500

Which assessment is the most effective? 

in situ 

500

What are the two active learning approaches for teaching safety skills? 

BST (behavioral skills training), IST (in situ training) 

500

What pairing is used for implementing trainings? 

a) ACT and ABC 

b) BST and IST 

c) BIP and IEP 

d) FAST and FBA


BST and IST 

500

In situ assessments are the most effective in ensuring the child is performing the behavior in the presence of the safety threat when alone. 

true 

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