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THE BEHAVIOR TECHNICIAN,STUDY GUIDE,Covering the Task List 2 0. Fluency Questions,75 Question Mock Exam,Copyright 2019 by Jaime Flowers. All rights reserved,website https abastudyguide com. e mail behaviorwebinars gmail com,Published by Beluga Publications Nacogdoches TX. RBT BCBA BACB or any other BACB trademark used is are registered. to the Behavior Analyst Certification Board BACB This study guide is. not in any way sponsored by or affiliated with the BACB. Table of Contents,Introduction 7,Measurement 9,Fluency Questions for Measurement 14.
Assessment 15,Fluency Questions for Assessment 20,Skills Acquisition 21. Fluency Questions for Skills Acquisition 31,Behavior Reduction 33. Fluency Questions for Behavior Reduction 39,Documenting and Reporting 41. Fluency Questions for Documenting and Reporting 44. Professional Conduct and Scope of Practice 45, Fluency Drill for Professional Conduct and Scope of Practice 49. Answers to Fluency Drills 51,Glossary 55,Mock Exam 63.
Mock Answers 87,Appendix A Useful Websites 89,References 91. Introduction, My name is Dr Jaime Flowers I am a professor at Stephen F Austin State. University I also provide an RBT course online While providing the 40 hour. online course to people I found many struggling to find quality study material for. the RBT exam I created this study guide to help individuals studying for the RBT. exam It follows the RBT task list exactly and it contains everything you need to. pass the RBT exam, This manual will go over each task list item There are fluency fill in questions. after every section There is also a glossary and a mock exam My hope is that this. study guide provides you the support you need to pass the RBT exam and begin. helping people with ABA therapy,Measurement,Preparing for data collection. Data collection is an important part of an RBTs job Supervisors and families rely on. RBTs to collect strong data to help make programming decisions Without strong data. collection no one will be able to determine if a client is making progress Data collection. allows us to determine when and if a client is making progress. Task Analysis of Data Collection, 1 The type of behavior you are collecting data on such as duration rate.
2 Determine the best data collection method Your supervisor will help. This is often outlined in the functional behavior assessment or the behavior. intervention plan, 3 Gather the materials you need to collect data paper pen clipboard. timer data collection sheet and sometimes an electronic method. 4 Fill out any identifying information needed This could include name. birthdate setting date of observation time of observation diagnosis and the. behaviors or skills being observed If there is no standard fill in form write it. on the top of your data sheet,5 Try to eliminate distractions. 6 Begin collecting data, Fun fact The word data is plural you would not say the data is Rather you say the data are. The Behavior Technician Study Guide,Continuous Measurement Procedures. Continuous measurement means measuring each and every instance of behavior within. the observation period In other words you miss nothing This type of measurement is. very time consuming and more difficult than discontinuous measurement procedures. Types of Continuous Measurement, Frequency This is a simple count of the instances of behavior represented by a tally.
How many times did John hit another student You would tally every time John hit. another student and present the count as a number John hit another student 5 times. Rate Rate is a frequency count with a time element If you were tallying how many. times John hits another student you would also report the time John hits at the rate of 5. times per hour Rate is an important measurement when looking at behaviors which are. frequent and short For example hitting raising hand flapping hands disrupting. another student yelling, Duration This is how long a behavior occurs To take duration data you start a. stopwatch when the behavior begins and end the stop watch when the behavior stops. Duration is often reported as an average over time Duration recording is appropriate for. long lasting behaviors For example tantrums social play how long it takes a child to get. Inter Rate Response This is the time between responses To take IRT data you start the. stopwatch when the behavior ends and stop the stop watch when the behavior begins. again IRT is typically reported as an average IRT is appropriate when the time between. behaviors is important For example time lapse between doing math problems and time. lapse between prosocial behaviors, Latency Latency is the time from prompt to the start of the behavior To take latency. data start the stopwatch when the prompt is given and stop the stopwatch when the. behavior starts You might want to take latency data when there is a delay between the. prompt and when the behavior occurs For example the time from a prompt to get. Measurement, dressed to a person getting dressed the time from the instruction to begin a math. problem and the response,Discontinuous Measurement Procedures. Discontinuous Measurement Procedures are samples of the target behavior but they do. not measure every instance of behavior within the observation period Discontinuous. measurement procedures are less valid than continuous measurement procedures. Discontinuous measurement procedures are used when it is too time consuming to take. continuous measurement data, Partial Interval Recording the presence or absence of a behavior during a brief interval.
of time Intervals are marked as if the target behavior occurred at any time during. the interval Intervals are marked as if the target behavior did not occur during the. entire interval Partial Interval data collection overestimates the occurrence of behavior. Examples of behaviors that are appropriate for partial interval recording are vocal. stereotypy hand flapping biting nails, Whole Interval Recording the presence or absence of a behavior during the whole. interval Intervals are marked as if the target behavior occurred during the entire. interval Intervals are marked as if the target behavior stopped at any time during the. interval Whole Interval data collection underestimates the occurrence of behavior. Examples of behaviors that are appropriate for whole interval recording are cooperative. play social engagement on task behavior, Momentary Time Sampling Recording the presence or absence of a behavior at the very. end of an interval Intervals are marked as if the target behavior occurred at the end. of the interval Intervals are marked as when the target behavior does not occur at the. end of the interval This procedure is possible to do for many clients at the same time. This is the easiest type of discontinuous measurement procedure to use However it. provides the least amount of information Examples of behaviors that are appropriate for. whole interval recording are social engagement of many students and task engagement. for a group of students,The Behavior Technician Study Guide. Permanent Product Procedures, Permanent product recording is not recording behaviors but recording the products. behavior produces For example you could record how many questions a student. answered on a worksheet by simply looking at the worksheet and counting the problems. completed The advantage is you can record information from permanent product. anytime The disadvantage is you are not actually recording behavior For example a. parent could complete a math worksheet for a child. Examples of permanent product recordings,1 How many items were placed on a shelf.
2 How much homework was completed,3 How many bracelets were constructed. 4 How many dished cleaned,5 How many scratches a person has. Enter Data and Update Graphs, Recording data is an important part of an RBTs job You should receive directions from. your supervisor on how to accurately collect and graph data Graphing can be done with. a pencil and paper or a computer program,How to Summarize Different Types of Data. 1 Frequency is summarized as rate over sessions, 2 Duration is summarized as total duration over session.
3 IRT is summarized as an average, 4 Latency is summarized as average latency to response. 5 Interval data is summarized as percent intervals with occurrence. Measurement,Rules for Graphing,1 Label the horizontal axis with sessions or days. 2 Label the vertical axis with the type measurement you are using. 3 Graph one data point for every session, 4 Draw a solid line connecting data points in the same phase. 5 Draw a vertical phase line to separate phases of treatment. 6 Do not connect data points between different phases. 7 Use different symbols to depict different behavior on the same graph. 8 Use a legend or written names with arrows to label the different behaviors if. more than one behavior is depicted on the same graph. The Behavior Technician Study Guide,Fluency Questions for Measurement. 1 Sally is recording a client s behavior She starts the stopwatch when the client begins. screaming and stops the stopwatch when the client stops screaming What type of. measurement procedure is she using, 2 Paul wants a quick and easy way to record 5 different students task engagement.
What type of measurement procedure should he use, 3 Tony reported his data collection as a percentage of intervals with occurrence What. type of data collection is he using, 4 A client of Mary s takes a very long time to start getting dressed after instruction. What type of data collection would be appropriate, 5 Tom does not have a lot of time to collect data on a client s social engagement during. play What type of measurement should he use, 6 Harry wants to record how many times his client hits He should use a. count and report the data as, 7 An interval recording procedure that overestimates behavior is.
8 measurement is the most valid and preferred type of. data collection, 9 Recording the number of pieces of clothing a person folded is called. 10 Paul starts a stopwatch when a behavior ends and stops the stopwatch when the. next behavior begins This is called,Assessment,Describe Behavior in Observable Measurable Terms. Operational Definition Detailed definition of the behavior in observable terms Must be. thorough enough that any person could read it and understand what the behavior is and. begin collecting data on the behavior, Objective Operational definitions only include directly observable aspects of. behavior e g hitting not unobservable internal states e g frustration. Clear Operational definitions should be unambiguous Anyone without any. prior knowledge of the behavior should be able to understand the definition A. good test is that a person who has never seen the behavior can act it out from. the definition, Complete The definition includes all of the information necessary for you to. discriminate between the behavior and other behaviors that are similar but do. not count Including specific examples and non examples is often helpful. Individualized The particular forms of a behavior that one individual display. will likely be different from those of another For example Jimmy s aggression. might include hitting and kicking whereas Sally s might include pinching and. scratching, 1 Lying on the floor crying yelling throwing objects and or pounding.
fists on desk The episode is counted if it lasts 10 seconds or more and. is counted as a new incident if separated by 5 minutes or more. The Behavior Technician Study Guide 10 Continuous Measurement Procedures Continuous measurement means measuring each and every instance of behavior within the observation period In other words you miss nothing This type of measurement is very time consuming and more difficult than discontinuous measurement procedures

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