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Question # 1

A behavior analyst is investigating fixed ratio schedules of praise delivery to determine which is most effective for changing the rate of question-asking by a 10-year-old child. This is an example o

F.  

Options:

A.  

an applied analysis of behavior.

B.  

an experimental social program.

C.  

a social learning program.

D.  

a stimulus control program.

Discussion 0
Question # 2

Each response in a chain produces a stimulus change that serves as both a discriminative stimulus an

D.  

Options:

A.  

a prompt.

B.  

a limited hold.

C.  

a conditioned reinforcer.

D.  

an establishing operation.

Discussion 0
Question # 3

Responses that are likely to allow access to new reinforcers or environments, produce generative behavior, and compete with inappropriate responses are calle

D.  

Options:

A.  

behavioral cusps.

B.  

component behaviors.

C.  

prerequisite behaviors.

D.  

normalized behaviors.

Discussion 0
Question # 4

Accuracy of measurement refers to the extent to whicH.

Options:

A.  

the data have high interobserver agreement.

B.  

the person collecting the data reports that it is accurate.

C.  

the data match the true values of the events or behavior measured.

D.  

precise values can be depicted in a graph to show behavior change.

Discussion 0
Question # 5

After saying, "ball," Kelly presents five objects to her student, Bryan. When Bryan selects the ball, Kelly delivers a high-preference item. Bryan is learning to:

Options:

A.  

tact objects.

B.  

match to sample.

C.  

make a simple discrimination.

D.  

respond to multiple exemplars.

Discussion 0
Question # 6

Which is the BEST description of the results obtained during the second session of the baseline condition?

Options:

A.  

The behavior had an increasing trend.

B.  

The frequency was 7.

C.  

The level was low.

D.  

The behavior was stable.

Discussion 0
Question # 7

Missy has learned that if she is thirsty and wants juice, she says, "Juice" and gets juice. The connection between saying "Juice" and receiving juice is BEST described as:

Options:

A.  

a behavior chain.

B.  

an establishing operation.

C.  

a functional relationship.

D.  

respondent conditioning.

Discussion 0
Question # 8

Which of the following would MOST clearly demonstrate a functional relationship?

Options:

A.  

Conduct narrative recordings in various settings. Then compile a sequence analysis.

B.  

Directly observe environmental events and target behaviors as they normally occur in an unobtrusive manner, in the natural environment.

C.  

Execute repeated rapid alternations between different environmental conditions. Collect and graph data.

D.  

Use a scatterplot to both collect and graph data. When sufficient baseline data have been collected, complete a pattern analysis.

Discussion 0
Question # 9

Which of the following is an example of conditioned punishment?

Options:

A.  

Larry grabbed for the stimulus materials during therapy and receives a hard hand slap. He is less likely to grab for stimulus materials in the future.

B.  

A failure-to-thrive baby receives a spray of lemon juice in the mouth after gagging. She is less likely to gag, and subsequently ruminate, in the future.

C.  

A toddler sticks his finger in a power outlet and receives a shock. He is likely to never touch an outlet again.

D.  

Lucy speaks out in class without raising her hand. The teacher reprimands her verbally. Lucy is less likely to speak without raising her hand in the future.

Discussion 0
Question # 10

A behavior analyst is doing some staff training in a facility. The first step is to have the staff read a "How To" manual. The behavior analyst notices that after reading the manual, staff seem to be doing some things specified in the readings, such as giving praise after adaptive behavior. This is an example o

F.  

Options:

A.  

backward chaining.

B.  

contingency-shaped behavior.

C.  

fading.

D.  

rule-governed behavior.

Discussion 0
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