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Index

A

A-B design – Section 2.3

A-B-A-B Reversal Design – Section 2.3

ABC Chart – Section 5.1.5; Section 15.2

Abolishing operation, as antecedent manipulation – Section 7.2

Abstract – Section 18.1

Acceptance techniques – Section 8.4.2

Action stage – Section 3.1.4

Adjusting the plan – Section 16.2

Antecedents – Section 1.4

Anxiety – Section 8.2.1

Appraisal – Section 17.2.3.4

Primary – Section 17.2.3.4

Secondary – Section 17.2.3.4

Attention Focused Exercises – Section 8.2.2

Aversive control – Section 9.5

Awareness training – Section 8.3.1 


B

Backup reinforcers – Section 9.3.2.2

Bandura, A. – Section 1.2; Section 10.2.2

Baseline phase – Section 2.2; Section 5.3

Behavior – Section 1.3; Section 1.4

Dimensions – Section 1.3

Overt and covert – Section 1.3

Principles of – Section 1.4

Behavioral assessment – Section 2.2

Behavioral contract – Section 13.3

Behavioral definition – Section 4.1


C

Case studies – Section 2.1.2

Change – Section 17.2.3.2

Change, stages of – Section 3.1

Changing criterion design – Section 2.3

Cognition, definition and types – Section 8.4.1

Cognitive behavioral therapy – Section 8.4.2

Cognitive coping skills training – Section 8.4.2

Cognitive restructuring – Section 8.4.2

Competing behavior – Section 4.1

Competing response – Section 8.3.1

Compromise – Section 17.2.3.4

Conditioning – Section 10.1.2

Conflict – Section 17.2.3.2

Confrontation – Section 17.2.3.4

Consequence – Section 1.4

Contemplation stage – Section 3.1.2

Contingencies, of behavior – Section 6.2.1; Section 6.2.3

Contingent exercise – Section 9.5.4

Continuous recording – Section 5.1.4

Coping – Section 17.2.3.4

Correlational research – Section 2.1.2

Counting behaviors – Section 4.3

Criterion, for goals – Section 4.2.3

Cues, as antecedent manipulations – Section 7.2


D

Daily hassles – Section 17.2.3.2

Demands – Section 17.2.3.1

Desensitization – Section 8.2.2

Diaphragmatic breathing – Section 8.2.2

DiClemente – Section 3.1

Differential reinforcement – definition and types – Section 9.2; Section 9.2.2

Direct observation or assessment – Section 5.2.3

Discriminated behavior – Section 7.3.2

Discrimination, respondent – Section 10.1.4

Discrimination training – Section 7.3.2

Discriminative stimulus – Section 7.2

Discussion – Section 18.1

Distal goals – Section 4.2.2

Distancing – Section 17.2.3.4

Distressors – Section 17.2.3.2


E

Emotion Focused Coping (PFC) – Section 17.2.3.1; Section 17.2.3.4

Emphasizing the positive – Section 17.2.3.4

Enactive learning – Section 10.2.1

Establishing operation, as antecedent manipulation – Section 7.2

Eustressors – Section 17.2.3.2

Evaluating your plan – Section 16.1

Exchange rate – Section 9.3.2.2

Experiment(ation) – Section 2.1.1; Section 2.1.2

Designs – Section 2.3

Extinction – Section 6.5.1

burst – Section 6.5.1

Respondent – Section 10.1.4

Extreme stressors – Section 17.2.3.2


F

Fading – Section 7.4

Fear – Section 8.2.1

Learning to through respondent conditioning – Section 10.1.3

Fear and anxiety procedures – Section 8.2.2

Fixed ratio/interval schedule – Section 6.3

Flooding – Section 8.2.2

Frustration – Section 17.2.3.2

Functional analysis – Section 5.2.3

Functional assessment – Section 5.2

Utilizing it in selecting strategies – Section 11.1

Functional relationship – Section 2.3


G

General Adaptation Syndrome – Section 8.2.1

Generalizability – Section 2.1.2

Generalization, respondent – Section 10.1.4

Generalization training – Section 7.3.3

Goals and goal setting –  – Section 4.2; Section 7.1

Features of – Section 4.2.2

Graphing, data – Section 16.1.3

Guided compliance – Section 9.5.4


H

Habit behaviors – Section 8.3.1

Habit reversal – Section 8.3.1


I

If-Then Statements – Section 13.2

Immediacy – Section 6.2.3

Individual differnces – Section 6.2.3

Indirect assessment/informant methods – Section 5.2.3

Interobserver agreement – Section 5.1.7

Introduction – Section 18.1

Interval recording – Section 5.1.4


J

Journal, treatment phase – Section 15.2; Figure 15.1


K


L

Lapse – Section 17.2.1

Law of effect – Section 1.2

Learning, definition of – Section 1.1


M

Magnitude – Section 6.2.3

Maintenance phase – Section 2.2; Section 17.1

Maintenance problem – Section 17.1.2

Maintenance stage – Section 3.1.5

Max tokens, calculation of – Section 9.3.2.6

Measurement – Section 2.1.1

Memory, definition of – Section 1.1

Mental disorder, DSM 5 definition – Section 8.2.1

Method – Section 18.1

Mistakes – Section 12.1

Modeling – Section 8.2.2; Section 10.2.3

Motivating operations – Section 6.2.3

Multiple baseline design – Section 2.3


N

Nervous system, communication and structure – Section 8.2.1


O

Observation – Section 2.1.1; Section 2.1.2

Observation period – Section 5.1.2

Observational learning – Section 10.2

Operant conditioning – Section 6.1

Overcorrection – Section 6.5.3


P

Pavlov, Ivan – Section 1.2; Section 10.1.1

Phases of behavior modification – Section 2.2

Physical restraint – Section 9.5.4

Places, as temptations – Section 12.3

Planning Sheets, and more – Appendix 1; Modules 14 and 18

Planning Sheet 1 – Appendix 1; Section 2.4

Planning Sheet 2 – Appendix 1; Section 3.4

Planning Sheet 3 – Appendix 1; Section 4.4

Planning Sheet 4 – Appendix 1; Section 5.4

Planning Sheet 5 – Appendix 1; Section 9.7

Planning Sheet 6 – Appendix 1; Section 11.3

Planning Sheet 7 – Appendix 1; Section 12.5

Planning Sheet 8 – Appendix 1; Section 13.4

Proposal – Module 14

Generate a Graph of Your Data – Appendix 1; Section 16.3

Treatment Phase Token Log – Appendix 1

Maintenance Phase Self-Efficacy – Appendix 1; Section 17.1.1

Final Paper – Module 18

Postconditioning – Section 10.1.2

Practice Exercises

Antecedent – Section 7.8

Behavior – Section 8.5

Consequence – Section 9.8

Contingencies – Section 6.4.1

Reinforcement Schedules – Section 6.4.2

Token Economy – Section 9.3.4

Final Exam Preparation Exercises – Module 19

General Strategy selection – Exercises 19.1, 19.2, and 19.3

Development of a full plan – Exercise 19.4

Preconditioning – Section 10.1.2

Precontemplation stage – Section 3.1.1

Preference assessment – Section 9.1.2

Preparation stage – Section 3.1.3

Pressure – Section 17.2.3.2

Primary – Section 6.2.2

Problem Focused Coping (PFC) – Section 17.2.3.1; Section 17.2.3.4

Product or Outcome recording – Section 5.1.4

Professional Societies – Section 1.5

Progressive Muscle Relaxation – Section 8.2.2

Programming – Section 7.5

Prompt delay – Section 7.4

Prompt fading – Section 7.4

Prompts – Section 7.4

Proposal, Plan – Module 14

Pros and cons of behavior change – Section 3.2

Proximal goals – Section 4.2.2

Psychology, definition of – Section 1.1

Publications in ABA – Section 1.5

Punishment – Section 6.2.1; Section 9.5

Pros and cons – Section 9.5.5

Purposive behaviorism – Section 1.2


Q


R

Reactivity – Section 5.1.7

Recording, made easy – Section 5.1.6

Reinforcement – Section 6.2.1

Schedules of – Section 6.3

Reinforcer selection – Section 9.1

Relapse – Section 17.2.1

Research Designs – Section 2.1.2

Resources – Section 17.2.3.1

Respondent conditioning – Section 10.1.2

Response costs – Section 9.3.2.9; Section 9.5.2

Response effort, as antecedent manipulations – Section 7.2

Results – Section 18.1

Rules or rule-governed behavior – Section 13.1


S

Schools of thought – Section 1.2

Science – Section 1.4

Basic and applied – Section 1.4

Cardinal features of – Section 2.1.1

Scientific method, definition and steps of – Section 2.1.1

Secondary – Section 6.2.2

Self-blame – Section 17.2.3.4

Self-control, definition of – Section 1.1

Self-efficacy – Section 3.3;

Maintenance phase – Section 17.1.1

Self-imposed stressors – Section 17.2.3.2

Self-instructions – Section 7.6

Self-isolation – Section 17.2.3.4

Self-management – Section 1.4

Self-monitoring – Section 5.1.1

Self-praise – Section 9.4

Self-regulation, definition of – Section 1.1

Settings, analogue and natural – Section 5.1.3

Shaping – Section 8.1

Situations, as places – Section 12.3

Skinner, B.F. – Section 1.2

Social support – Section 7.7; Section 9.6

Sociobehaviorism – Section 1.2

Spontaneous recovery – Section 6.5.2; Section 10.1.4

Statistical analyses of behavior modification plans – Section 16.1.2

Stimulus control – Section 7.3

Stimulus discrimination – Section 7.3.2

Stimulus generalization – Section 7.3.3

Strain – Section 17.2.3.1; Section 17.2.3.2

Strategy selection – Section 11.2

Revision, after identifying temptations and mistakes – Section 12.4

Stress – Section 17.2.3; Section 17.2.3.3

Stressors – Section 17.2.3.2

Subgoals – Section 4.2.2

Surveys – Section 2.1.2


T

Target behavior – Section 2.2

Changing it during your plan – Section 16.1.1

Temptations – Section 12.2; Section 17.2.2

Tension reduction – Section 17.2.3.4

Termination stage – Section 3.1.6

Thorndike, Edward Lee – Section 1.2

Time outs – Section 9.5.1

Token economy – Section 9.3

Behavioral deficit example – Section 9.3.2

Behavioral excess example – Section 9.3.3

Tolman, E.C. – Section 1.2

Transfer Problem – Section 17.1.2

Treatment phase – Section 2.2; Section 15.1

Treatment Phase Token Log – Section 9.3.2.11


U


V

Variable ratio/interval schedule  – Section 6.3

Vicarious reinforcement – Section 1.2


W

Watson, John B. – Section 1.2

Wellness and the eight dimensions – Section 15.1

Wishful thinking – Section 17.2.3.4

Withdrawal – Section 17.2.3.4


X


Y


Z

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