it it wont be implemented correctly) 5) Training needs related to treatment*Training methods:a) Didactic (necessary, but not sufficient)b) Modeling c) Role Playingd) Adequate level of reinforcement -Reinforcement schedule-Potent reinforcers identifiede) Coaching and Feedback (Critical, helping someone understand what they are doing well and what they could use improvement in)f) Plan for generalization -Most important
-Critical for behavior change5) How much time does it take (training & implementing)6) Other demands7) Cost8) Ethical and legal considerations (What has happened previously in this state)9) Quality of consultation relationship10) Accurately target behavior identification11) Prioritizing target behaviors12) Multicultural competence(What are the beliefs of people who you are working with)No effective consultant relationship no effective intervention Module 6: Ian Ayers-Carrots and SticksCarrotts and sticksThalerWorlds leading economicsRemade the landscape of economic thinkingChoice architectureSimply and slightly reframing the context in which decisions are madePresent-Biased PreferencePeople go for the immediate pleasant thing even though they could have more if theywaited. (Immediate consequences)Price of ViceIts too tempting to eat that piece of cake right now and smoke that cigarette but if it cost you money you wouldn’t do itPutting money at riskCan be very effective Hyperbolic discountingWhen you go for the smaller portion closer to time bigger portion when time is fartherawayHumansOnly humans know enough to seek out binding commitments, capacity to look forward and backwardPrepoperationTo do before the proper timeCarrot and stickFirst meaning= the use of a stick to suspend a carrot in front of a mule or donkey (Referring to a contingent reward)Today the carrot itself represents as a rewardThe stick should represent as a contingent punishment that is inflicted if the goal is not metIncentivesCan help us be more considerate
Can help guide people to make better choices for themselves Poorly structured incentives can backfire Commitment contractsAll about incentives3 main questions 1.To what?What ate you committing to?2.To whom?Who else should be apart of this deal?3.With what consequenceExtreme contractsSeemed to have created more of a psychological backlashSmaller sticksCould produce better long-term resultsPunishmentsImposed only when people failRewardsGranted when someone succeedsIncentive worksThen the carrots costs a lot more than sticksDeposit contractCreates a way where people put their own money at riskChapter 3-Sheridan-Conjoint behavioral Consultation in Practice: Promoting Positive family-school relationshipsRelational Objectives in CBC-Focus on the partnership or relationship between adults1. Improve communicationOne of the most significant features of effective relationships is the ability to communicate openly, frequently, and constructively*Main priority in CBCCommunication should always be child focused
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