01a+Baer - Lecture 02. Baer, Wolf, & Risley (JABA,...

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Lecture 02. Baer, Wolf, & Risley (JABA, 1968) “Some Current Dimensions of Applied Behavior Analysis” Published in 1st issue of JABA by 1st three editors Defined ABA and proposed criteria for evaluation of ABA research Most frequently cited article in the field of ABA “A society willing to consider a technology of its own behavior apparently is likely to support that application when it deals with socially important behaviors . . . .” (p. 91). Is society willing to consider a technology of behavior? Definition of Applied Behavior Analysis How are basic and applied research similar and different? What is the value of a demonstration of how behavior “worsens?” Why is a “non-experimental analysis a contradiction in terms?” Seven Dimensions of Applied Behavior Analysis Applied: Focus is on behaviors having social significance Behavioral: Focus is on observable events Analytical: Emphasis is on demonstration of functional relationships Technological: All procedures are identified and clearly described
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