Project #196062 - PSY7703 Applied Behav Anly Rrsch App

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Due By (Pacific Time) 08/10/2017 12:00 am

 

Applications of Extensions of ABA Designs

 

Introduction

 

Key Terms

 

changing criterion design
interaction effects
parametric variations
separate treatment variables

 

This unit continues your work on extensions to ABA designs, focusing on their application.

 

 Objectives

 

To successfully complete this learning unit, you will be expected to:

 

1.    Recommend improvements to the reversal or withdrawal design and treatments evaluated using this design.

 

2.    Describe a hypothetical

 

·       Readings

 

    • In your Barlow, Nock, and Hersen text, review Chapter 6, "Extensions of the A-B-A Design, Uses in Drug Evaluation and Interaction Design Strategies," pages 167–200.
    • In your Cooper, Heron, and Heward text, read:
      • Pages 16–18 in Chapter 1, "Definition and Characteristics of Applied Behavior Analysis."
      • Pages 219–223 in Chapter 9, "Multiple Baseline and Changing Criterion Designs."
      • Chapter 10, "Planning and Evaluating Applied Behavior Analysis Research," pages 225–254.
      • Chapter 26, "Contingency Contracting, Token Economies, and Group Contingencies," pages 550–574.
    • In your Miltenberger text, review Chapter 22, "The Token Economy," pages 447–464.

 

Use this to access reading materials: https://online.vitalsource.com/ login: tori.ann.roberts@gmail.com pwd: OU@14me2

 

Discussion 1: Token Economy and Target Behavior

 

In this Instructor Contact Session, you will hear your instructor talk more about reversal and/or withdrawal designs. Use the Article Prompting Patron Safety Belt Use at a Restaurant," from the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, volume 3, issue 4, pages 655–657 that uses a reversal or withdrawal design during some aspect of the experiment. Summarize the study and evaluate the internal validity of the study using your https://bookshelf.vitalsource.com/books/9781256844891 , or https://bookshelf.vitalsource.com/books/9781256844884 , or https://bookshelf.vitalsource.com/books/9781285227924  .

 

ABABAB Design. Austin, Aleuro, and Olsen's 1998 article, "Prompting Patron Safety Belt Use at a Restaurant," from the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, volume 3, issue 4, pages 655–657.

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/id7uz29ppceexug/Prompting%20Patron%20Safety%20Belt%20Use%20at%20a%20Restaurant.pdf?dl=0

 

References of reading materials and article are required must be 250 words or more.

 

SAVE AS DISCUSSION 1

 

 

 

Discussion 2:

 

·       Multiple Treatment Reversal Designs

 

In this Instructor Contact Session, you will hear your instructor talk about multiple treatment reversal designs. Listen to the lecture and take notes. Then post a substantive response to the following discussion question:

 

Readings

 

Unit 2:

 

    • In your Barlow, Nock, and Hersen text, read Chapter 5, "Basic A-B-A Withdrawal Designs," pages 135–166.
    • In your Cooper, Heron, and Heward text, read pages 180–187 in Chapter 8, "Reversal and Alternating Treatment Designs."
    • In your Miltenberger text, review:
      • Chapter 23, "Behavioral Contracts," pages 469–483.
      • Pages 55–54 in Chapter 3, "Graphing Behavior and Measuring Change."

 

              Unit 4:

 

    • In your Barlow, Nock, and Hersen text, read Chapter 6, "Extensions of the A-B-A Design, Uses in Drug Evaluation and Interaction Design Strategies," pages 167–200.
    • In your Cooper, Heron, and Heward text, read:
      • Pages 16–18 in Chapter 1, "Definition and Characteristics of Applied Behavior Analysis."
      • Pages 219–223 in Chapter 9, "Multiple Baseline and Changing Criterion Designs."
      • Chapter 10, "Planning and Evaluating Applied Behavior Analysis Research," pages 225–254.
      • Chapter 26, "Contingency Contracting, Token Economies, and Group Contingencies," pages 550–574.
    • In your Miltenberger text, review Chapter 22, "The Token Economy," pages 447–464.

 

              Unit 5:

 

In your Barlow, Nock, and Hersen text, review Chapter 6, "Extensions of the A-B-A Design, Uses in Drug Evaluation and Interaction Design Strategies," pages 167–200.

 

In Unit 2, you discussed multiple treatment reversal designs and identified advantages and limitations that exist when one adds conditions over the course of a study. In Units 4 and 5, you were provided additional information about these use of variations of the A-B-A-B design.

 

    • Has your original position or perspective on these designs changed?
    • Which of the A-B-A extension designs would you select for a behavioral research study you might conduct?

 

·       References of reading materials and article are required must be 250 words or more.

 

·       SAVE AS DISCUSSION 2

 

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