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Antecedents

environment events that occur BEFORE a behavior

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daniel's dictum

If you think this stuff is easy, you're doing it wrong

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functional relation

the tendency of one event to vary in a regular way with one or more other events

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environmental event

any event in a person's environment that can be observed.

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symptom substitution

the idea that if a behvior problem is solved without resolving the underlying psychological disorder, another behavior problem will take its place

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medical model

the view that behavior problems are merely symptoms of an underlying psychological disorder

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applied behavior analysis

the attempt to solve behavior problems by providing antecedents and/or consequences that change behavior

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behavior repertoire

all the things an individual is capable of doing at any given moment

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convert behavior

behavior that can be observed only by the person performing it

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behavior analysis

the science of behavior change

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overt behavior

behavior that can be observed by someone other than the person performing it

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respondent behavior

behavior that is most readily influenced by events that precede it; reflexive behavior

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behavior

anything a person does that can be observed

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learning history

all the environment events ( antecedents and consequences) that have affected a person's behavior up to the present

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consequences

environmental events that occur AFTER a behavior

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operant behavior

behavior that is readily influenced by events that follow it