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Behavior Management Strategies for Home and Community. Dennis C. Cullen M.A., BCBA. Intended Learning Outcomes. Identify A-B-C’s of Behavior Identify Functions of Behaviors Identify Socially Appropriate Replacement Behaviors for Problem Behaviors. Basic Behavioral Principles. A. C. B.

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Behavior Management Strategies for Home and Community

Dennis C. Cullen M.A., BCBA


Intended Learning Outcomes

  • Identify A-B-C’s of Behavior

  • Identify Functions of Behaviors

  • Identify Socially Appropriate Replacement Behaviors for Problem Behaviors


Basic Behavioral Principles

A

C

B

Antecedent Behavior Consequence

(Stimulus) (Response) (Feedback)


Antecedentwhat occurs before a behavior

BasicBehavior Terms

Behavior

an observable and measurable act of an individual

Consequence

any event that follows a behavior

Reinforcement Punishment


BEHAVIOR

- the way a behavior looks, what we observe,

a description of the behavior

Form

- the purpose that the behavior serves

a. to get something

b. to avoid, delay, or escape something

Function


Functions of Behavior

To get: To escape:

-attention -attention

-activities -activities

-objects -objects

-sensory stimulus -sensory stimulus


Possible Functions


Replacement Behavior

  • The FUNCTIONALLY EQUIVALENT and SOCIALLY ACCEPTABLE behavior that replaces the problem behavior

  • Must know the FUNCTION of problem behavior

  • Must TEACH Replacement Behavior

  • Must REINFORCE Replacement Behavior with SAME reinforcement as challenging behavior


Replacement Behaviors

  • Problem Behaviors

    • Frank cries when he can’t open his milk carton.

    • Pedro, who is learning to tie his favorite Nikes, throws his shoes across the room

Consider the function(s) of each of these problem behaviors. Develop socially acceptable replacement behaviors that serve the same function


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