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Problem Behavior during Preference Assessments: An Empirical Analysis and Practical Recommendations (0.5 Units)
Preferences of 2 children with developmental disabilities, whose functional analyses indicated that their problem behavior was maintained by access to tangible items, were assessed using three formats (i.e., paired stimulus [PS], multiple-stimulus without replacement [MSWO], and free operant [FO]). The experimenter administered each format five times and compared levels of problem behavior across formats in a multielement design. Both participants exhibited problem behavior in PS and MSWO formats but not in the FO format. Results are discussed in terms of recommendations for practitioners.
Andrea Stayton, M.S., BCBA
Approved Continuing Education Provider Board Certified Behavior Analyst - Level 1
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