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Evaluation of combined-antecedent variables on functional analysis results and treatment of problem behavior in a school setting.
|Title||Evaluation of combined-antecedent variables on functional analysis results and treatment of problem behavior in a school setting.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|Authors||Dolezal DN, Kurtz PF|
|Journal||Journal of applied behavior analysis|
|Date Published||2010 Summer|
Call, Wacker, Ringdahl, and Boelter (2005) conducted an analysis in which a single-antecedent condition was compared to a multiple-antecedent condition. The present study extended Call et al. by conducting a structured descriptive assessment (SDA) to identify the antecedent variables most associated with problem behavior in a student with traumatic brain injury and intellectual disabilities. Results indicated that the SDA was effective in identifying relevant antecedent variables that led to the development of an effective intervention in the classroom.
|Alternate Journal||J Appl Behav Anal|