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In this article review, Catherine Jessel begins by interviewing Dr. Joshua Jessel, the lead author of “On the Occurrence of Dangerous Problem Behavior During Functional Analysis: An Evaluation of 30 Applications.” They discuss (a) the inspiration and motivation behind the article, (b) recommended readings, and (c) the experience Dr. Jessel had while conducting the study. Catherine then interviews Dr. Rachel Metras, an expert in the application of Skill-Based Treatment for severe problem behavior. They discuss the specifics of (a) using caregiver feedback to inform functional analyses, (b) designing open-contingency classes, and (c) incorporating clinical values, like safety, into research. The take-home message is that including open-contingency classes in functional analyses and treatments promotes safety and may help clinicians create more preferred treatment contexts.
The participant will be able to summarize how open-contingency classes may promote safety and positive treatment outcomes.
- This course is divided into 4 chapters.
- Each chapter presents a video.
- If you close your browser before finishing a video, your place in the video will not be saved. Therefore, we recommend that you jot down the timestamp before closing your browser so you can quickly find the spot at which you left off when you return.
- After each video there will be a short quiz.
- Some of the quiz questions are in the style of “multiple selection.” That is, there will often be more than one correct answer.
- Be sure to check your spelling when composing constructed answers.
- 100% correct responding is required before moving to the next chapter.
- When all quizzes are successfully completed, you will be presented with a certificate of completion worth 1 General BACB CEUs, and a link to a feedback survey.