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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Dennis C. Cullen M.A., BCBA
Antecedent Behavior Consequence
(Stimulus) (Response) (Feedback)
an observable and measurable act of an individual
any event that follows a behavior
- the way a behavior looks, what we observe,
a description of the behavior
- the purpose that the behavior serves
a. to get something
b. to avoid, delay, or escape something
To get: To escape:
-sensory stimulus -sensory stimulus
Consider the function(s) of each of these problem behaviors. Develop socially acceptable replacement behaviors that serve the same function