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Problem Behaviors Overview
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AAH Unit 2 Lesson 1: Problem Behavior Overview
Question #1: If problem behaviors are occurring, it is usually because:
The demand is too high
The reinforcement is too low
Both A & B
Neither A nor B
Question #2: True or false: You should alert the child when you begin to increase the demands
Question #3: In Applied Behavior Analysis, A-B-C stands for:
Antecedent, behavior, and consequence
The beginning to a popular song
Applied behavioral contingencies
Question #4: Consider this scenario: Mom and daughter were at the mall. Daughter saw a pretzel stand and wanted a pretzel. Daughter screamed and ran towards the pretzel stand. Mom bought her a pretzel and delivered it to her.
What was the consequence?
Being at the mall
Wanting a pretzel
Screaming and running to the stand
Mom buying a pretzel and giving it to daughter
Question #5: Punishment is defined as:
Hitting a child
What happens to cause a behavior in a child
A change in the environment after a behavior that decreases the future probability of the behavior
A change in the environment after a behavior that increases the future probability of the behavior
Question #6: Self-stimulatory behavior can also be labeled functionally as:
Automatic positive reinforcement
Automatic negative reinforcement
Socially mediated positive reinforcement
Socially mediated negative reinforcement
Question #7: True or false: No people are needed for socially mediated negative reinforcement.
Question #8: Consider the following scenario:
Billy is in a mainstreamed classroom for Science and Math. Today, when the teacher delivered his math work sheet, Billy dropped to the floor and cried and threw his book at his teacher. Billy was sent to the principal’s office and had to sit in the office for the remainder of the class period. The next time Billy is given a math work sheet, he cries and immediately throws his book at his teacher.
Was this behavior reinforced or punished?
Question #9: Punishment is problematic when implemented incorrectly because:
It can be unethical
It can unpair the environment and instructors
It can cause the child to withdraw and avoid
All of the above
Question #10: Who came up with the three button system?
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July 28, 2015
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