“By far, the best way to study for your BCBA exam is to come up with examples and non examples of each term. That’s because the exam does not focus on memorizing applied behavior analysis terms and picking out their definitions. It focused on applying the principles of behavior to real life situations. If you can write your own examples…

“By far, the best way to study for your BCBA exam is to come up with examples and non examples of each term. That’s because the exam does not focus on memorizing applied behavior analysis terms and picking out their definitions. It focused on applying the principles of behavior to real life situations. If you can write your own examples…

“By far, the best way to study for your BCBA exam is to come up with examples and non examples of each term. That’s because the exam does not focus on memorizing applied behavior analysis terms and picking out their definitions. It focused on applying the principles of behavior to real life situations. If you can write your own examples…

Sometimes, we want to test the effectiveness of contingent reinforcement. This simply means, is our reinforcing what is maintaining the behavior or it is something else? We would want to know this so we could discontinuous a reinforcement procedure that was either difficult to implement or unnatural. This is important because behavior is more likely to be maintained if it…

“By far,the best way to study for your BCBA exam is to come up with examples and non examples of each term. That’s because the exam does not focus on memorizing applied behavior analysis terms and picking out their definitions. It focused on applying the principles of behavior to real life situations. If you can write your own examples of…

Response generalization Behaviors look different but have the same function. We are not cavemen so it does not matter if we use stimuli in our responses! For example, Eating with a spoon is a behavior. A spoon is a stimulus but that DOES not matter when we are talking about generalization. Eating with a fork is a behavior. A fork…

2 Categories of Prompts Response and Stimulus A prompt MUST come between the SD and behavior. It has to work to be considered a prompt. Response prompts: (Act on the learner) Model- show them what to do. Example) SD: “Touch head” (Model touching your head) Learner touches their head. Verbal- tell them what to do. Example) SD: “When teaching imitation,…