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Interpreting Kappa in Observational Research: Baserate Matters

Interpreting Kappa in Observational Research: Baserate Matters

Interpreting Kappa in Observational Research: Baserate Matters. Cornelia Taylor Bruckner Vanderbilt University. Acknowledgements . Paul Yoder Craig Kennedy Niels Waller Andrew Tomarken MRDD training grant KC Quant core. Overview. Agreement is a proxy for accuracy

By Donna
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Research Process

Research Process

Research Process. Choices & Combinations of research attributes Research Loop and its Applications Research Process and what portions of the process give us what aspects of validity Data Integrity Experimenter expectancy effects Participant Expectancy Effects

By benjamin
(248 views)

Chapter 7: Addressing Disruptive Behaviors

Chapter 7: Addressing Disruptive Behaviors

Chapter 7: Addressing Disruptive Behaviors. Created by: Elizabeth A. Borreca, Teresa Langford and Ellen Stack. Chapter 7: Outline. Introduction Environmentally Mediated Intervention Teacher-Mediated Interventions Peer-Mediated Interventions Self-Mediated Interventions.

By emily
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Behavior Modification 1

Behavior Modification 1

Behavior Modification 1. Respondent behavior : (also called reflex behavior) is that behavior in which responses are strengthened or weakened primarily by stimuli that precede the response. (Pavlov)

By betty_james
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Multiple Baseline Designs

Multiple Baseline Designs

Multiple Baseline Designs. Multiple Baseline Design. A series of A-B designs that Have baselines of different lengths The different graphs are called tiers, legs, or panels. MBD Methods. At least 2 baselines are conducted simultaneously

By sandra_john
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Psychology

Psychology

Psychology. Stephen F. Davis Emporia State University Joseph J. Palladino University of Southern Indiana PowerPoint Presentation by H. Lynn Bradman Metropolitan Community College-Omaha. Learning. Chapter 5. What is Learning?.

By liz
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StrengthsQuest Plus LASSI Equals Behavior Change: Student Self-Assessments Used in a Freshman Seminar to Promote Active

StrengthsQuest Plus LASSI Equals Behavior Change: Student Self-Assessments Used in a Freshman Seminar to Promote Active

StrengthsQuest Plus LASSI Equals Behavior Change: Student Self-Assessments Used in a Freshman Seminar to Promote Active Learning. Dr. Dawn Remmers Director of University Advising, Student Success and Testing Services. Gateway Advantage program: Overview.

By nasnan
(302 views)

Session Outcomes

Session Outcomes

A14 –Introduction, Overview and Readiness Criteria for Tier II Tim Lewis & Danielle Starkey University of Missouri Keywords: Tier II, PBIS Foundations , training. Session Outcomes. By the end of this session… Participants will understand key readiness markers to build Tier II systems.

By llewellyn
(110 views)

Functional Behavior Assessment

Functional Behavior Assessment

Functional Behavior Assessment. Organizer. Background and rationale for FBA Steps to conducting an FBA Key components/outcomes of FBA Tools to be introduced: Functional Assessment Checklist for Teachers and Staff (FACTS) Data Collection (observation) Sheets Practice Follow-up.

By constance
(273 views)

WELCOME

WELCOME

WELCOME. Building Relationships… Creating Successful Change…. Oklahoma Parents Center. A New Focus of the Oklahoma Parents Center…. Oklahoma Parents Center. ABOUT US.

By leigh
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Module 6 Defining, Measuring, and Monitoring Behavior

Module 6 Defining, Measuring, and Monitoring Behavior

Module 6 Defining, Measuring, and Monitoring Behavior. Jennifer Freeman, PhD Don Briere, PhD Brandi Simonsen, PhD. Acknowledgements.

By pierrette
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Overview of Progress Monitoring for School Psychologists

Overview of Progress Monitoring for School Psychologists

Overview of Progress Monitoring for School Psychologists. Lisa Hartz, RtI Coach Emily Epstein, RtI Coach November 24, 2009. Concerns About Change in Role. School psychologists will not be needed if IQ testing is not mandated Without IQ-Achievement – will over-identify students with LD

By rea
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Social Marketing National Excellence Collaborative:

Social Marketing National Excellence Collaborative:

Social Marketing National Excellence Collaborative:. A Project to Promote the Use of Social Marketing to Improve Community Health. Plan for the Day . Who We Are Our Goals Social Marketing 101 Facilitated Discussion on Case Study Wrap Up. Social Marketing Collaborative . Who We Are

By koren
(155 views)

Behavioral Change Models for Healthcare Workers Objective:

Behavioral Change Models for Healthcare Workers Objective:

Behavioral Change Models for Healthcare Workers Objective:  Explore theoretical models that may prove useful for changing hand hygiene behavior among healthcare workers. Classification of Theoretical Models

By morrison
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Defining the target behavior

Defining the target behavior

Teachers often feel that they only have 4 options in dealing with behaviors. Ignore the problem and hope it goes away Refer the student/s to an assistant principal Call the students’ parents and ask for help Apply a consequence, such as detention or some other punishment.

By deion
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Getting a Behavior to Occur More Often with Positive Reinforcement

Getting a Behavior to Occur More Often with Positive Reinforcement

Getting a Behavior to Occur More Often with Positive Reinforcement. Chapter 3. Positive Reinforcement. A positive reinforcer is an event that, when presented immediately following a behavior, causes the behavior to increase in frequency (or likelihood of occurrence).

By elmer
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So You ’ ve Identified…Aggression, Disruptions, Off Task, Non-Compliance, Unprepared, Social Skills…..Now What? 					or

So You ’ ve Identified…Aggression, Disruptions, Off Task, Non-Compliance, Unprepared, Social Skills…..Now What? or

So You ’ ve Identified…Aggression, Disruptions, Off Task, Non-Compliance, Unprepared, Social Skills…..Now What? or I ’ ve Got This Kid That …Talks-Out, Fights, Out-of Seat, Pushes, Won ’ t Follow Directions, Distracts Others, Mean Spirited etc, etc….HELP!!. New Web-Based.

By aletta
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Development and Validation of Progress Monitoring Tools for Social Behavior: Lessons from Project VIABLE

Development and Validation of Progress Monitoring Tools for Social Behavior: Lessons from Project VIABLE

Development and Validation of Progress Monitoring Tools for Social Behavior: Lessons from Project VIABLE. Sandra M. Chafouleas, Project Director Presented at the 2010 IES Conference. Project VIABLE: V alidation of I nstruments for A ssessing B ehavior L ongitudinally & E fficiently.

By lorne
(146 views)

Chapter 15

Chapter 15

Chapter 15 . Differential Reinforcement. Types of Differential Reinforcement . DRA (differential reinforcement of alternative behavior) DRO (differential reinforcement of other behavior) DRL (differential reinforcement of low rates of responding).

By rory
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BEHAVIORAL TREATMENTS FOR MANAGEMENT OF DEVIANT SEXUAL AROUSAL

BEHAVIORAL TREATMENTS FOR MANAGEMENT OF DEVIANT SEXUAL AROUSAL

BEHAVIORAL TREATMENTS FOR MANAGEMENT OF DEVIANT SEXUAL AROUSAL. Tricia Busby, PhD Daniel Edwards, MA Maria Piccillo, PsyD. INTRODUCTIONS. Maria: “Do I Dare Go There?”; “I Went There…Now What?!?” Dan: “Getting to the Root of the Problem.”

By rosalie
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