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Lecture 12

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYB45H3
Professor
Zachariah Campbell

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PSYB45 Lecture 12
Going back to previous chpts to talk about this so a lot of the info is the same
Functional assessment
oStimulus control elements aka discriminative stimulus
oSD can be almost anything here
oShould consider treatments at same time because no point if you dont help out the
person in the end
oEg child engaged in tantrum behavior in preschool environment
Happened when other kids played with his toys
Could teach the child to actually going up to them in a socially “nice”
fashion to talk about getting the toys
Want to encourage behaviors that they cant do both at same time
oOutcome of previous interventions
Assessments etc if the problem was a long term problem
What is the function or reinforcing consequences of problem behavior?
oSocial positive
MEDIATED by a third party
Eg access to activities
oSocial negative
Terminating aversive experiences
Eg escape from class activities when have a tantrum
oAutomatic positive
NOT mediated by 3rd party
ANY interaction with non-social environment
Eg when no one else around or no one else intervening with their
behavior
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PSYB45 Lecture 12 Going back to previous chpts to talk about this so a lot of the info is the same Functional assessment o Stimulus control elements aka discriminative stimulus o S can be almost anything here o Should consider treatments at same time because no point if you dont help out the person in the end o Eg child engaged in tantrum behavior in preschool environment Happened when other kids played with his toys Could teach the child to actually going up to them in a socially nice fashion to talk about getting the toys Want to encourage behaviors that they cant do both at same time o Outcome of previous interventions Assessments etc if the problem was a long term problem What is the function or reinforcing consequences of problem behavior? o Social positive MEDIATED by a third party Eg access to activities o Social negative Terminating aversive experiences Eg escape from class activities when have a tantrum o Automatic positive NOT mediated by 3 party ANY interaction with non-social environment Eg when no one else around or no one else intervening with their behavior www.notesolution.com
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