Project #160630 - Risk-Benefit Analysis of a Controversial Intervention (only 750 words) no bids over 25

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Due By (Pacific Time) 12/15/2016 11:00 pm

Review the Linscheid et al. article. Consider this scenario: The principal of a local school learned about a facility in Massachusetts that uses an electric shock device as a behavior control procedure. The principal has requested that parents of one of her school's students allow this procedure as an intervention to stop the student's elopement and the aggressive behaviors that have caused injuries, including lacerations and a broken finger, to two teachers. The parents contacted you to seek advice on this matter. Consider Bailey and Burch's risk-benefit analysis model. Also consider all relevant ethical elements you have learned in this course thus far. Prepare a formal letter to the parents with your recommendations.

Writing Requirements

To achieve a successful project experience and outcome for your Controversial Treatments paper, you are expected to meet the following requirements:

  • Written communication:
    • Prepare an outline of your key points and related comments before constructing your document.
    • Check grammar and spelling using your software's editing tools.
    • Practice the correct use of the ABA terminology that you have learned, where appropriate.
    • Edit carefully to remove out-of-place or extraneous content. The final product should clearly communicate your points in a concise and efficient manner. This is an important skill to practice for becoming an effective behavior analyst. Remember that others (for example, teachers, parents, caretakers, and managers) often will have only a few precious minutes or seconds to hear or read your comments.
  • Paper expectations:
    • Write a paper of no less than 750 words and no more than 1,000 words of content, excluding the cover page and references.
    • Use double spacing with one-inch margins.
    • Use Times New Roman, 12-point font. Use underlining, italics, and bold highlights sparingly.
  • List of references: Include at least one reference from a professional journal or text, Web site, or other resource. In some cases, you will be directed to provide additional references or information.
  • APA format: Format the paper (including references) according to current APA style and formatting guidelines.
  • Grading Rubic: Risk-Benefit Analysis of a Controversial Intervention Scoring Guide Due Date: End of Unit 10. Percentage of Course Grade: 10%. CRITERIA NON-PERFORMANCE BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED Describe how to conduct a risk-benefit analysis. 10% Does not describe how to conduct a risk-benefit analysis. Lists how to conduct a risk-benefit analysis. Describes how to conduct a risk-benefit analysis. Describes how to conduct the risk-benefit analysis by using the procedure described in the Linscheid et al. (1990) article with the example provided. Prepare a letter to the family explaining the risks and benefits of using the electric shock device to address the maladaptive behavior exhibited by the student. 40% Does not provide a letter to the family explaining the risks and benefits of using the electric shock device to address the maladaptive behavior exhibited by the student. Prepares a letter to the family that explains the risks or benefits (or both) of using the electric shock device to address their child’s challenging behaviors but not both. Prepares a letter to the family explaining the risks and benefits of using the electric shock device to address their child’s challenging behaviors. Prepares a letter to the family that addresses several risks and benefits of using the electric shock device to address the maladaptive behavior exhibited by the student and provides resources to support this. Describe the use of this procedure to relevant BACB ethical code elements. 50% Does not describe procedure to relevant BACB ethical code elements. Lists but does not describe use of this procedure to relevant BACB ethical code elements. Describes use of this procedure to relevant BACB ethical code elements. Describes use of this procedure to relevant BACB ethical code elements using examples of the procedure.

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