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Behavior Analysis and Treatment

Author: Ron Houten; Saul Axelrod
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US : Imprint : Springer, 1993.
Series: Applied clinical psychology
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In May 1986, the Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA) established a task force on the right to effective behavioral treatment. The mandate of this task force was to identify and delineate specific rights as they apply to behavioral treatment. Impetus for this project came in part from the controversy over the use of aversive procedures, which some held had no place in treatment and, with evolution of the  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ron Houten; Saul Axelrod
ISBN: 9781475793741 147579374X 9781475793765 1475793766
OCLC Number: 913804832
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: 1. Introduction --
I Creating an Optimal Learning Environment --
2. Defining an Acceptable Treatment Environment --
3. Building Functional Curricula for Students With Severe Intellectual Disabilities and Severe Problem Behaviors --
II The Role of Behavioral Assessment in Providing Quality Care --
4. Functional Analysis and Treatment of Aberrant Behavior --
5. Treatment Classification and Selection Based on Behavioral Function --
6. The Interpersonal Treatment Model: Teaching Appropriate Social Inhibitions Through the Development of Personal Stimulus Control by the Systematic Introduction of Antecedent Stimuli --
III Providing State-of-the-Art Treatment --
7. Ensuring the Competence of Behavior Analysts --
8. A Decision-Making Model for Selecting the Optimal Treatment Procedure --
9. Coordinating the Treatment Process among Various Disciplines --
IV Promoting Generalization and Maintenance of Treatment Gains --
10. Communication-Based Treatment of Severe Behavior Problems --
11. Promoting Generalization: Current Status and Functional Considerations --
12. Providing Outclinic Services: Evaluating Treatment and Social Validity --
V Advancing the State of the Art --
13. A Model for Developing and Evaluating Behavioral Technology --
14. The Development and Evaluation of the Self-Injurious Behavior Inhibiting System: A Personal Perspective --
Appendix A. The Right to Effective Behavioral Treatment --
1. An Individual Has a Right to a Therapeutic Environment --
2. An Individual Has a Right to Services Whose Overriding Goal is Personal Welfare --
3. An Individual Has a Right to Treatment by a Competent Behavior Analyst --
4. An Individual Has a Right to Programs That Teach Functional Skills --
5. An Individual Has a Right to Behavioral Assessment and Ongoing Evaluation --
6. An Individual Has a Right to the Most Effective Treatment Procedures Available --
Conclusion --
Appendix B. Association for Behavior Analysis Position Statement on Clients' Rights to Effective Behavioral Treatment --
Author Index.
Series Title: Applied clinical psychology
Responsibility: edited by Ron Houten, Saul Axelrod.

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