Behavioral objectives, behavioral treatment plans, and behavioral data are part of a constantly growing behavioral garden. How do behavioral objectives work with treatment or intervention a behavior analyst plans and implements? And how does data collection and data analysis fit into a comprehensive intervention program?
The science of behavior analysis is just that: a science. And applying the science requires a powerful measurement system that immediately turns data analysis into insight and action. In the upcoming webinar we will discover the interconnections between behavioral programming and behavioral data decision making. And if you count how many times we say “behavioral” you will win an awesome prize!
You can expect to learn:
The difference between a behavioral objective and behavioral target (i.e., pinpoint).
How behavioral interventions interact with behavioral measurement.
All behavioral measurement systems are not the same. Some are poor.
Behavior analysts can meaningfully push the needle with treatment or intervention outcomes.
HOST AND COFOUNDER
Rick Kubina (Ph.D., BCBA-D)
Rick is a Chartlytics cofounder and Professor at Penn State teaching and researching the science of individual measurement and performance/learning improvement.