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Behavior Analysis Forms for Clinical InterventionVolume 1
Behavior Analysis Forms for Clinical Intervention, Volume 1, by Joseph R. CautelaThe purpose of behavioral assessment for clinical treatment is to determine target behaviors, discover the antecedents and consequences controlling those behaviors, and monitor the effects of manipulating the controlling elements. One of the most significant sources of information for behavioral assessment can be self-observation and self-recording by the client. Self-report forms have many benefits: they save time; completion of the forms may be done outside the therapeutic session; comparisons of responses to the questionnaires or forms can be made at various stages of treatment; a questionnaire can act as a discriminative stimulus for the client in observing his or her own behaviors. Most of the forms in these volumes are self-report forms; in addition, there are recording forms and therapy guidelines for both therapist and client. Volume 1 includes four types of forms: General Forms (identification of maladaptive behaviors), Process Forms (target behaviors, motivation, treatment plan), Techniques Forms (therapeutic strategies), and Specific Forms (provide specific information on target behaviors). Permission to copy forms included. ISBN 0-87822-259-6 (1990) 225 p.


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Behavior Analysis Formsfor Clinical InterventionVolume 2
Behavior Analysis Forms for Clinical Intervention,Volume 2, by Joseph R. CautelaThe purpose of behavioral assessment for clinical treatment is to determine the target behaviors, discover the antecedents and consequences controlling those behaviors, and monitor the effects of manipulating the controlling elements. One of the most significant sources of information for behavioral assessment can be self-observation and self-recording by the client. Self-report forms have many benefits: they save time; completion of the forms may be done outside the therapeutic session; comparisons of responses to the questionnaires or forms can be made at various stages of treatment; a questionnaire can act as a discriminative stimulus for the client in observing his or her own behaviors. Self-report forms are not intended to replace interviews, but to facilitate and supplement interviews and to structure the collection of data. Most of the forms in this volume are self-report forms; in addition, there are recording forms and therapy guidelines for both therapist and client. Volume 2 includes four types of forms: Reinforcement Survey Schedules, Scales and Behavior Analysis Survey Schedules, Recording Forms, and Therapy Guidelines. Permission to copy forms included. ISBN 0-87822-135-2 (1990) 259 p.


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Behavior Theory andComputer-Based Teaching
Behavior Theory and Computer-Based Teaching Donald A. Cook, Editor Attempts to base instruction on sound behavioral principles encounter challenges in two areas: arranging contingencies for the individual learner and managing traffic and information where progress rates are individualized. Computers and software can contribute to solutions in both areas. This monograph explores current examples using designs, sample data, and a discussion of problems and prospects for new syntheses. ISBN 1-881317-09-9 (1998) 83 p.


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Behavior Theory in Practice, Video Parts 3 & 4
Behavior Theory in Practice, Parts 3 & 4 Video by Ellen P. Reese (1965) Behavior Theory in Practice is a set of four color videos (Parts I-IV), each part approximately 21 minutes in length. Each individual Part presents basic behavior principles in the laboratory and examples of the presence and use of those principles in a variety of everyday settings with a variety of species. These were professionally produced in 1965 by Charter Oak Studios in New York, and were written and directed by Dr. Ellen Reese at Mt. Holyoke College, Massachusetts. The narration is simple, elegant, and surprisingly comprehensive. Although the film was made in 1965 the dress of the participants or other features of the material is not at all detracting, The quality of the video is excellent and the content exceptionally instructive. There are no comparable videos available. Titles of the four tapes are: Part I: Respondent and Operant Behavior; Part II: Shaping Various Operants in Various Species; Part III: Generalization; Discrimination and Motivation; Part IV: Sequences of Behavior. This video contains Part III (Generalization, Discrimination and Motivation) and Part IV (Sequences of Behavior). (video, 43 minutes)For home use only.


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Behavior Theory in Practice, VideoParts 1 & 2
Behavior Theory in Practice, Parts 1 & 2Video by Ellen P. Reese (1965) Behavior Theory in Practice is a set of four color videos (Parts I-IV), each part approximately 21 minutes in length. Each individual Part presents basic behavior principles in the laboratory and examples of the presence and use of those principles in a variety of everyday settings with a variety of species. These were professionally produced in 1965 by Charter Oak Studios in New York, and were written and directed by Dr. Ellen Reese at Mt. Holyoke College, Massachusetts. The narration is simple, elegant, and surprisingly comprehensive. Although the film was made in 1965 the dress of the participants or other features of the material is not at all detracting, The quality of the video is excellent and the content exceptionally instructive. There are no comparable videos available. Titles of the four tapes are: Part I: Respondent and Operant Behavior; Part II: Shaping Various Operants in Various Species; Part III: Generalization; Discrimination and Motivation; Part IV: Sequences of Behavior. This video contains Part I (Respondent and Operant Behavior) and Part II (Shaping Various Operants in Various Species). (video, 43 minutes)For home use only.


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Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autism, Study Questions
Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autism, Study Questions By Stephen F. LedouxStudy Questions for Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autism by Catherine Maurice, Gina Green, and Stephen Luce.These study questions were prepared to help student readers expand their behavior repertoire with respect to the knowledge and the skills that Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autism describes. The study questions focus the reader's attention on many of hte particular points that surround different topics which arise in the course of each chapter. And they bring to the reader's attention various general themes and trends that run through particular chapters as well through the whole book. Format: Paperback Pages: 190 Author: Ledoux, Stephen F. Publisher: ABCs Publish Date: 2003 ISBN-10: 1882508181 Language: English  


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Behavioral Treatment of Autistic Children - DVD
Behavioral Treatment of Autistic Children with O. Ivar Lovaas (1988) Award-winning film (Original in VHS) of Ivar Lovaas's then 25 years of research at UCLA. Describes controlled experimental, longitudinal investigation and introduces treatment concepts. Shows treated children before and after. Following this experimental investigation, nine out of nineteen formerly autistic children were indistinguishable from typically developing adolescents. The other ten showed substantial improvements. This video does not teach treatment techniques. The following references provide more detailed information on the results summarized in this video: Lovaas, O. I. (1987). Behavioral treatment and normal educational and intellectual functioning in young autistic children. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 55, pages 3-9. Lovaas & Smith (1988). Intensive behavioral treatment for young autistic children. Advances in Clinical Child Psychology, Vol II, pages 285-323. McEachin, J. J., Smith, T. & Lovaas, O. I., (1993). Long-term outcome for children with autism who received early intensive behavioral treatment. American Journal on Mental Retardation, Vol. 97, pages 359 - 372. (video, 43 min.) Available on VHS.


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Behavioral Treatment of Autistic Children - VHS
Behavioral Treatment of Autistic Children with O. Ivar Lovaas (1988) Award-winning film (Original in VHS) of Ivar Lovaas's then 25 years of research at UCLA. Describes controlled experimental, longitudinal investigation and introduces treatment concepts. Shows treated children before and after. Following this experimental investigation, nine out of nineteen formerly autistic children were indistinguishable from typically developing adolescents. The other ten showed substantial improvements. This video does not teach treatment techniques. The following references provide more detailed information on the results summarized in this video: Lovaas, O. I. (1987). Behavioral treatment and normal educational and intellectual functioning in young autistic children. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 55, pages 3-9. Lovaas & Smith (1988). Intensive behavioral treatment for young autistic children. Advances in Clinical Child Psychology, Vol II, pages 285-323. McEachin, J. J., Smith, T. & Lovaas, O. I., (1993). Long-term outcome for children with autism who received early intensive behavioral treatment. American Journal on Mental Retardation, Vol. 97, pages 359 - 372. (video, 43 min.) Available on DVD.


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Bringing Out the Best in PeopleAudio Cassette Package
Bringing Out the Best in PeopleAudio Cassette PackageDr. Aubrey C. Daniels The bestselling Bringing Out the Best In People is now available on audio cassette and CD. This unabridged version is narrated, in part, by Dr. Aubrey C. Daniels. If you've never heard him speak in person--this is the next best thing! Order your copy now! This is an audio version of the 5-star, best-selling book by Dr. Aubrey C. Daniels, one of the country's foremost behavioral psychologists. Effectively managing people in a company leads to outstanding individual performances that, in turn, leads to great organizational performance. Dr. Daniels tells you how to use a behavior-based performance management system to transform employees' work into something they are willing, ready and even eager to do, which in turn ensures that everybody performs to his or her full potential. Drawing from his expertise in behavioral psychology and over 25 years of Performance Management application in over 400 companies, Daniels explains how to initiate organizational change so that employees will increase their efforts, their creativity, their cooperation and the quality of their work. Backed by performance management case studies at 3M, Xerox, ConAgra, and other major firms, this entertaining, easy listening audio book gives managers the tools to permanently revitalize productivity. Six Audio Cassette Set Also available on CDs.


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