Lina is a BCBA who provides supervision for children with developmental delays. She has a client
who has made slow progress so she decides to rewrite the goals and make some significant changes
to the program to kick start the progress. What should Lina do first?
When should behavior analysts describe the objectives of the behavior-change program?
When going to the home of a new client to conduct the client intake, Mary Ann realizes that there is
limited space to conduct the ABA program. The client is just one of five children who all live in a one-
bedroom apartment with the parents. What should Mary Ann do?
Marie-France is a BCBA who has taken over an ABA program from another BCBA. She noticed that
the program utilizes many punishment procedures such as taking away toys when the client emits a
maladaptive behavior targeted for decrease. Marie-France is concerned because:
Behavior analysts discontinue services when:
**Although some reinforcers may be quite effective for some clients, if those reinforcers could be
harmful in the long-term, they should:
Behavior analysts only supervise if:
Communication about the plan for supervision should be delivered to the supervisee:
Christopher is currently supervising 3 supervisees. He is aware of the new changes to the BACB's
Compliance Code but he has not had time to review the changes. What should Christopher do?
Lauren is receiving supervision from a very experienced and highly regarded BCBA. She is very
excited to be able to learn from someone with so much knowledge but she is unsure if she is doing
well since her supervisor only checks items off her Experience Supervision Form. What does her
supervisor need to do?