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Question 7Impulsivity constitutes a measurable and pinpointed behavior Question 8(1) Define a 'trigger analysis;' (2) identify which component of an FBA you might eliminate and instead substitute a trigger analysis; (3) explain how you would determine if this substitution would be appropriate for a given client.Question 9Define positive and negative reinforcement. Provide an example of each that does not match an example in your book. You must include every critical component requirement to meet the criteria for both positive and negative reinforcement to receive full credit. If your answer is only partially correct it demonstrates insufficient mastery and no credit will be given.Question 10Sam is a two year old who is attending preschool. He has had increasing incidents of biting other children in preschool. When he started preschool three months ago, he had one to two incidents of biting per week. Now the problem behavior has increased to 3-10 incidents per day. Choose two of the five common methods of data collection for functional behavioral assessments, identify two methods,provide a 1-2 sentence summary of each method of data collection,
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and identify how you would use each method to collect data to identify the function of Sam's behavior. Question 11Match the feature of SWPBS to its description team driven approach -LEADERSHIP analyzing school data- OFFICE schoolwide expectations and rules-THREE incentive program to increase appropriate behavior- SCHOOLWIDE Implementing a curriculum to teach the SWPBS procedures to school body-SCONDUCTED monitoring school data to evaluate results-ENSURE Question 12Kara, a BCBA is consulting with a teacher and family of a six year old named Bryce. Bryce has been having difficulty at both home and school. He has tantrums at both home and school. Kara is going to meet with the parents and teacher (separately) and ask them questions about the strengths of Bryce, what goals they have for consultation, identify the target behaviors, and identify potential data collection procedures. Which of the three types of interviews of conjoint behavioral consultation is Kara going to conduct?
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Conjoint Needs (problem) Identification
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