Behavior Analysis and Treatment [E-Book] / edited by Ron Van Houten, Saul Axelrod.
Axelrod, Saul, (editor)
Houten, Ron Van, (editor)
Boston, MA : Springer, 1993
XVIII, 392 p. online resource.
englisch
9781475793741
10.1007/978-1-4757-9374-1
Applied Clinical Psychology
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Table of 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.