Behavior Modification: Principles and Procedures
This text uses the principles of behavior modification to teach the procedures of behavior modification, illustrating them with key case studies and examples. Its precise, step-by-step approach includes practical information on the technologies used to measure and record behavior changes. The book also provides numerous opportunities for students to practice, including practice tests, application and misapplication exercises, and three quizzes at the end of every chapter.
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Introduction to Behavior Modification
Observing and Recording Behavior
Graphing Behavior and Measuring Change
Stimulus Control Discrimination and Generalization
Using Punishment Timeout and Response Cost
Positive Punishment Procedures and the Ethics of Punishment
Habit Reversal Procedures
The Token Economy
Fear and Anxiety Reduction Procedures
Prompting and Transfer of Stimulus Control
Behavioral Skills Training Procedures
Understanding Problem Behaviors through Functional Assessment
Antecedent Control Procedures
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