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Baer, Wolf, and Risley (1968) discuss the following core principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) in their groundbreaking JABA article: Applied, Behavioral, Analytic, Technological, Conceptually systematic, Effective, and Generality. Please be prepared to discuss the definitions of these terms and provide examples of (or ask questions about) how they might affect clinical or educational applications of ABA. The core principles of applied behavior analysis that ill be talking about are: applied, behavioral, analytic, technological, conceptually, systematic, effective and generality Applied- Practices that are use to change your behavior or the kids behavior .Some
Conclusion Operant conditioning is a theory which was developed by an American psychologist named B.F. Skinner. This theory has been known as a learning process. It applies to four different methods, that consists of positive reinforcement, negative reinforcement, positive punishment and negative punishment. In this case positive is seen as something being added and negative as something being taken away.
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1515) , however clinicians usually choose one method over the other as oppose to combining these two exceedingly effective methods of treatment. The ultimate goal of EMDR is to bring the repetitive, negative, unconscious thought process to a halt by aiding the brains hemispheres to function normally again once the PTSD trigger is removed. The ultimate goal of CBT is for the clients to appropriately and regularly assess themselves in order to regulate undesirable behavior. Together, they adequately address the unconscious and conscious mind.
Literature Review This section will examine the history of Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS). Then explain how PBIS is an important addition to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Followed by an in-depth look at what the three tiers of PBIS are and the purpose they serve. Finally the vital role of the school counselor is explored to see whether the counselor would be a good candidate to implement the School Wide Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (SW-PBIS) framework.