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Running head: UNIT 2 ASSIGNMENT 1 Unit 2 Assignment 1 PSY 7708 Jessica Laughlin Capella University Laughlin 1
Running head: UNIT 2 ASSIGNMENT 1 Unit Two Assignment One The seven dimensions of Applied Behavior Analysis are all essential when creating an effective behavior intervention program. As discussed in the article “Some Current Dimensions of Applied Behavior Analysis”, written by Donald Baer, Montrose Wolf, and Todd Risley in 1968, the seven dimension are: applied, behavior, analytic, generality, effective, technological, and conceptual systems. Each of the dimensions hold a specific standard that every behavior analytic study must withhold. For this week’s assignment, two studies will be analyzed and defined as a behavior analytic study, or not, through the seven dimensions of ABA. The first study is “The Relationship Between Intentional Self-Injurious Behavior and the Loudness Dependence of Auditory Evoked Potential in Research Volunteers”, by Marsic, Berman, Barry, and McCloskey. This study examines the correlation between self-injurious behaviors (suicidal thoughts, self-harm, i.e.) and various tones of loudness stimuli, also known as the loudness dependence of auditory evoked potential (LDAEP). The correlation is measured

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