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CH7: Functional Communication Training and Stimulu


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designed to facilitate the clear and appropriate communication of desires as opposed to indiscriminately 'acting out'.
Functional communication training is...
get attention.
Often, a child will display unwanted behavior in an actual attempt to...
to clearly communicate their actual need.
With functional communication training, a child can be taught...
offer plenty of reinforcement for the appropriate behavior (reinforce what you want).
When you are attempting to extinguish unwanted behaviors...
the presence of a discriminative stimulus reliably affects the likelihood of a behavior.
A behavior is said to be under stimulus control when...
when we hear an ambulance behind us (stimulus), so we pull over.
An example of stimulus control is...
the tendency to respond to similar stimuli to the discriminative stimulus.
Stimulus generalization is...
the tendency not to respond to similar stimuli to the discriminative stimulus.
Stimulus discrimination is...
is the reinforcement of responses.
Discrimination training...
the rate of response varies inversely with an upcoming anticipated change in the rate of reinforcement.
In anticipatory contrast...
when 'going out of business' sales prompt increased sales as the end nears.
An example of anticipatory contrast is...
removing potentially distracting cues to help you study better.
An example of using stimulus control to manage behavior is...