Pairing
Instructional Control
Reinforcement
Preference Assessment
ABA Fun!
100

Give example of pairing

Hide n seek

Peek a boo

Chase

Marble maze

100

True or false

Instructional control is when your client engages in maladaptive behaviors when you place a demand. 

100

Give an example of a reinfocer

Candy 

Praise

Toys

Food

100

Conduct a free operant preference assessment

100

What are the 4 functions of behavior! 

Escape

Attention

Tangible

Sensory

200
Provide definition of pairing
200

True or False 

Instructional control is the therapist following through with demand and setting expectations for the child in order to gain access to reinforcement. 

200
Give the definition of reinforcement 

–presentation or removal of something immediately following a desired response that increases the likelihood of that response occurring again in the future.

200

How many times should you conduct a preference assessment?

Prior to starting a new teaching session! 
200

Give examples of ways to have fun during home therapy

300

What can go wrong if you don't pair with your client?

Won't comply with demands


Display maladaptive behaviors when presented with demands

300

What are some ways to build instructional control?

Control access to reinforcers

Follow through with demands

PAIR with your client

DO not provide reinforcement for unwanted behaviors 

300

How fast should reinforcement be delivered?

0-3 seconds! 

300

This type of preference assessment keeps the items in an array 

Is this with replacement or without replacement?

300

Give an example of one type of differential reinforcement and demonstrate how this would look. 

DRA

DRO

DRI

DRL

DRH

400

What happens when you are successfully paired with your client?

They follow your instructions

Accept your presence 

Interact with you

400

How to NOT gain instructional control?

Arguing with client

Saying no to your client

Giving attention to maladaptive behaviors

Avoiding giving demands to avoid problem behaviors 

400

How do you control access to reinforcer?

Use guided access

Place items up higher or in a container

Holding certain parts to items 

400

Some different types of preference assessments include 

A. Free operant, MSWO, paired stimulus

B. MSWO, paired stimulus, discrimination assessment

C. ITI, VR, VI

D. Paired stimulus, MSW, motivation

400

Give one way to respect client dignity

Not talking about their behaviors in front of them

Closing the bathroom when using the bathroom or dressing

Include them in the conversation when appropriate 


500

Pick a friend and role-play pairing! 

500

DAILY DOUBLE (ANYTHING ABA)

What does ABC stand for and give an example! 

500
Provide examples of natural type of reinforcer and tangible reinforcer 

Praise

Food, drink, toys 


500

You are assessing preferences with a learner.  You put out 10 different items in an array and tell the learner to pick one.  After he picks his first item, you remove it from the array and have him choose from the remaining 9 items, and so on until none are left.  This is an example of...

A. Forced choice

B. Free operant

C. Multiple stimulus with replacement

D. Multiple stimulus without replacement 

500

What is the definition of Autism?

ASD is a a neurodevelopment disorder defined by persistent deficits in social communication and social interaction, accompanied by restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior, interests, or activities. 

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