When only one type of prompt is faded it is called ____________ fading and when fading occurs across different types of prompts it is called ____________ fading.
A coach is using verbal and modeling prompts to teach John how to swing a golf club properly. As John begins to swing the club correctly, the coach provides fewer and fewer prompts. This is an example of:
Prompting and transfer of stimulus control is used by:
A change in a stimulus or the addition of a stimulus in order to get the behavior to occur is called a ____________ prompt.
Tony’s basketball coach just put him into the game, but Tony does not know which player on the opposing team he is supposed to guard on defense. The coach points to the player that Tony is to guard. This is an example of a ____________ prompt.
Which of the following is a guideline for using prompting and transfer of stimulus control correctly?
Which method of prompting and fading is used when it is believed the learner does not need a physical prompt to engage in the correct behavior?
Which of the following is (are) necessary for prompting and transfer of stimulus control to be considered complete?
Which of the following is NOT a method of transferring stimulus control?
A prompt should be delivered ____________ the discriminative stimulus and ____________ the behavior.
In which of the following situations would it be appropriate to use prompting and transfer of stimulus control?
When a novel behavior is being taught it is best to use ____________ prompts, and when you want a person to make a correct discrimination ____________ prompts are best.
Jennifer’s Mom is teaching her how to ride a bicycle. Her Mom gets on the bike and rides it around the yard. By demonstrating the entire behavior, Jennifer’s Mom is using a ____________ prompt.
Doug’s Mom is going to teach him how to make his bed. Doug’s Mom conducts a task analysis to identify all the individual components involved in the task, and decides to teach the first behavior in the chain first, and then teach each subsequent behavior. Doug’s Mom is using:
In order for the behavioral chain to continue to occur, the last behavior in the chain must be:
Every time Mary uses her DVR to record a television show, she verbally recites each step that she must go through in order to program the DVR. Mary is using:
Which of the following is NOT a chaining procedure?
Forward chaining and backward chaining both involve:
What needs to be considered before using total task presentation?
A researcher is going to use a behavioral chaining procedure to teach an individual with developmental disabilities to stuff brochures into envelopes. The researcher first goes through the process of identifying all the individual stimulus-response components in the chain. This process is called:
The individual component behaviors that occur in a behavioral chain are called ____________ components.
Andrew just got a new puppy, and his Mom is going to use a chaining procedure to teach Andrew all the steps involved in feeding the puppy. If his Mom teaches him the last behavior in the chain first and then teaches him each previous behavior she would be using:
Forward chaining and backward chaining differ in terms of:
When you provide a reinforcer after each response in backward and forward chaining the outcome of that response becomes a:
A basketball coach uses a series of drawings in order to teach Tommy the proper sequence of behaviors necessary to successfully carry out a play from the play book. This is an example of using:
Mark just got a computer. He follows the step by step written instructions in order to hook his computer up. This is an example of:
Which behavioral skills training component functions as the behavioral aspect of a three-term contingency?
Once a learner observes a model, what factor will make it most likely that the learner will continue to engage in the observed behavior?
Which of the following is the best way to provide feedback during BST? Immediately after the learner rehearses the behavior:
The components of the behavioral skills training procedure are generally used:
Which of the following is NOT true concerning behavioral skills training?
A teacher wants to teach fire safety skills. What should the teacher do immediately after telling the students what to do when there is a fire and showing them what to do in a fire situation?
Which of the following is an example of symbolic modeling?
Generalization from training sessions to natural situations is more likely to occur if:
Which procedure is NOT used to enhance generalization following BST?
Which of the following factors increases the effectiveness of modeling?
Behavioral skills training procedures will be more effective if you:
Rehearsing the behavior is an important part of behavioral skills training because it:
A teacher shows students a film demonstrating what they should do in case of a fire. Which component of behavioral skills training involves demonstrating the correct behavior for the learner?
The use of modeling is more likely to be effective when the: