Chapter 10

Chapter 10

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Unformatted text preview: ntervention changed the frequency of a behavior. For example, if you are trying to modify the frequency of 14 classroom interruptions, you could compare the rate of classroom interruptions after you have intervened to the baseline frequency of interruptions. Applying a Behavioral Intervention The next step in applied behavior analysis is to select an intervention based on what you observed about your students. As you will learn later in this chapter, there are three general categories of interventions: those that modify antecedents, those that increase behaviors, or those that make a behavior less likely to reoccur. The intervention should make sense in terms of the function of the behavior and what you know about your students. For example, you may decide to avoid interventions that utilize public reinforcements because they can produce embarrassment. Monitoring Success The final step is to assess the effectiveness of the selected intervention. As we mentioned previously, you do this primarily by comparing the student’s behavior after the intervention to the student’s base...
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