Partial Interval Recording
-Once/Twice a week
-Decrease in behaviour?
-A behaviour is recorded as occurring or not occurring at specific points in time, such as every
hour on the hour
4 Types of Structured Adult-Child Interactions
Children and Youth with Autism
IBI: Intensive Behavioral Intervention
Topics that will be discussed
-Nature of ASD
-Assessment and Diagnosis
-Types of assessment
-Being able to read an ISP (Individual Service Plan)
Assessment and Diagnoses
What is the primary factor in determining whether a child has an IEP and receives services?
-Do not need a diagnosis for an IEP
-Primary/secondary, IEP/services more likely than someone without diagnosis
Scotty, aged 8
Notes before lecture
-Questions in book!
-Moving towards clinical piece
-More handson things and teaching strategies
-Affecting a child's behaviour
What is a positive reinforcer?
-Causes the behaviour to increase freque
-Redo on test: November 17th
-Historically, symptoms, etc
-Black and white
-Hour to write it
-6 to 9 questions variety
-Transparent as possible what she is looking for
-Describe, more depth. Paragraph. List
Applied Paper Points
1. Drawing from course readings, lecture material, and external peer-reviewed sources, does this
movie present an accurate portrayal of an individual with ASD? In a couple of paragraphs,
explain why or why not.
How it portrays ASD
The degree of correlation between a stimulus and a subsequent response (Martin & Pear, 2003)
What would considered effective stimulus control?
Extra stimulus prompt when a child is prompt to do something and only does it through the
There are many beliefs about autism that the media has influenced greatly. Autistic individuals are
viewed as those that are incompetent and should only be restricted to the simplest of tasks. Their
weaknessed seem to overpower their strength