BEH PS365 UNIT 9 FINAL ASSIGNMENT GUIDE
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BEH PS365 Unit 9 Final Assignment Guide
As you move through the course, please start thinking about the Final Project, which is due by the end of Unit 9. Your Final Project will consist of an analysis of questions related to two separate case studies. Each case presents a problem that you, the future ABA professional, will need to assess. You will design an effective behavior modification program as well as a plan to evaluate this program. Each case covers the theories, concepts, and research discussed this term. Your answers to the questions should consist of information from the text and supplemental readings.
Your primary sources should be the readings assigned for the course, but you also may use sources from the Kaplan Library or other credible Internet sources. These include:
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This will help you demonstrate your mastery of the material covered this term.
After reading each case, please fully answer the questions below. Responses to the questions should be typed in a Word document, double-spaced in 12-point font and submitted to the Dropbox. Most students will need to write 3-4 typed pages for each case in order to address all required parts of the Final Project.
Your final paper must be your original work; plagiarism will not be tolerated. Be sure to review the Syllabus in terms of what constitutes plagiarism.
Please make sure to provide proper credit for those sources used in your case study analysis in proper APA format. Please see the APA Quick Reference for any questions related to APA citations. You must credit authors when you:
Case Study 1: William
Ms. Tooley contacts you, an ABA analyst, to assist her with a child in her classroom named William. William is a healthy 6-year-old boy who has been terrorizing his classmates. The problem has been occurring since the beginning of the school year. William pushes, kicks, hits or bites other children in the class. This has often happened during recess time. Ms. Tooley first addressed the issue by scolding William. That did not appear to reduce the behavior, so she then required him to visit the principalâ€™s office whenever an episode of hitting/biting occurred. These visits also had little effect in reducing the negative behaviors.
Discuss issues related to spontaneous recovery of behavior, extinction and maintenance of desired behavior.
Case Study 2: Annie
Hospital Administrator Rodriguez contacts you because she is experiencing difficulty with an ABA program that you designed for one of her psychiatric patients, Annie. The patient, a 40-year-old schizophrenic female, has been exhibiting a great deal of difficulty with a few daily care routines, including brushing her teeth and making her bed in the morning. The program that you originally designed was a token economy system in which she would earn one token for each completed activity and then collect a reward (extra time in the courtyard) once 10 tokens were obtained. Ms. Rodriguez reports that Annie is not completing the tasks and then as a result, not earning any tokens. She asks you to revisit the hospital to determine what is not working.
For this project you can refer to the syllabus to ensure everything was answered properly<table width="933"> <tbody><tr> <td>
Grading Criteria</td> <td>
PointsPossible</td> </tr> <tr> <td>
Content</td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>
Both cases are addressed and recapped. Target behavior is accurately identified in first case, and 3 factors affecting failure are discussed in the second case</td> <td>
0-20</td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>
Effective behavior modification from the relevant literature is selected in case 1 and rationale is discussed fully. In Case 2 student elaborates on at least one issue affecting the client</td> <td>
0-30</td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>
Evaluation of the program is discussed in case 1. In case 2 a step-by-step alternative behavior plan is presented including: description of the data-based intervention, rationale supported by relevant literature, behavior goals, and steps for staff implementation.</td> <td>
0-80</td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>
Writing</td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>
Structure: Paper includes a title page, introduction with thesis statement, conclusion, and in-text citations and reference page using APA style.Paper is appropriate in length (body of the paper should be 3-4 pages, not including the title page or reference page).
Paper includes reference to the textbook and any other academic sources used.</td> <td>
0-10</td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>
Mechanics: Paper uses Standard American English including correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation, and complete sentences and paragraphs.Paper is free of typographical errors.
Paper includes a highly developed viewpoint and purpose.
Paper demonstrates superior organization; communication is highly ordered, logical and unified.</td> <td>
0-10</td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td>
150</td> <td></td> </tr> </tbody></table>
The books for this project is: Behavior Modification Principles and Procedures by Raymond G. Miltenberger, Also the Applied Behavior Analysis second edition by John O. Cooper, Timothy E. Heron, and William L. Heward
Please pay attention to question 6 of the project which is worth more and need to be very detailed as far ration, data what you will graph and what it will look like. You donâ€™t to do a graph, but you need to explain one.
To prepare you for your Discussion post and Assignment in this unit, it is recommended that you review the following readings, even if you have already done so in the past.
Visit the Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) Network website.
Source: Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) Network (2011). Retrieved fromÂ http://www.obmnetwork.com.
Reviewing the website sections within the â€śWhat is OBM?â€ť and â€śPublicationsâ€ť tabs will provide you with information on OBM and its applications.
Read the following article on behavior principles used in business:
Source: â€śPerformance Managementâ€ť (2010): Cambridge Center for Behavior Studies. Retrieved fromÂ http://www.behavior.org/resource.php?id=400