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Antecedent-behavior-consequence (ABC; Bijou, Peterson, & Ault, 1968) data were collected via direct observation of Evan over the course of four days.
The learn unit proposed by Greer (1994) is the interlocking or yoked operant of both the student and teacher antecedent-behavior-consequence chain which constitutes the basic measure and building block of effective teaching (i.
Antecedent-Behavior-Consequence recording) demonstrated the ineffectiveness of this strategy in these more social contexts.
Thompson addresses defining the problem, gathering data, and the Antecedent-Behavior-Consequence (ABC) recording system.
Describing antecedent-behavior-consequence relations using conditional probabilities and the general operant contingency space: A preliminary investigation.
A descriptive assessment was conducted in Thomas' preschool classroom using an antecedent-behavior-consequence (ABC) procedure similar to that described by Bijou, Peterson, and Ault (1968) in which classroom events were recorded prior to and following instances of hand mouthing.
antecedent-behavior-consequence recording, Bijou et al.
Descriptive data were collected with narrative and antecedent-behavior-consequence (ABC) recording throughout the school day across multiple school settings including the special education resource room, regular-education art, physical education, and the school hallways.