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Behavior

 

 
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Addressing Student Problem Behavior: Part I: An IEP Team's Introduction to Functional Behavioral Assessment and Behavior Intervention Plans 

 
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Addressing Student Problem Behavior: Part II: Conducting a Functional Behavioral Assessment
Appendices for Part 2:
A: Scatterplots 

B: ABC Charts
 
C: Functional Assessment Interview Forms 

D: Sample Teacher and Student Interviews  

E: Problem Behavior Questionnaire 

F: Behavior Pathway Charts 

G: Behavior Pathway Charts 

CECP, 1998

 
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Addressing Student Problem Behavior: Part III: Creating Positive Behavioral Intervention Plans and Supports 
CECP, 2000

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Asperger syndrome from childhood into adulthood By Dr.Tom Berney

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Behavioral chart can help children succeed in life - Dear Two Moms: I am going to visit my grandchildren soon in Utah, and the middle one is 8-year-old Caitlin. She is really taxing the patience of her parents and teachers, and I wondered if there were any reading materials I could share with her parents or her when I go, by Ask Two Moms

 
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BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION IN THE CLASSROOM by Mather, N., & Goldstein, S. (2001)

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Behavioral forms of stress management for individuals with Asperger syndrome by Myles BS
Full Text | PDF

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Behavior Problems of Children with Autism, Parental Self Effcacy, and Mental Health by Richard P. Hastings and Tony Brown - University of Southampton (United Kingdom)  VOLUME 107, NUMBER 3: 222-232 I MAY 2002 - AMERICAN JOURNAL ON MENTAL RETARDATION 

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Early Risk Factors Linked to Child Aggression by Amy Norton - Pediatrics 7/2004

 
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Families and Positive Behavior Support

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Frameworks for behavioral interventions by Attwood T - Full Text | PDF

 
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Functional Assessment of Behavior - A Fact Sheet Developed by the Beach Center on Families and Disability

 
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Functional Behavioral Assessment by Stephen Starin, Ph.D.

 
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Individual Positive Behavior Support Forms
A:  ABC Recording Form 
B:  Behavior Support Outline Plan 
C:  Functional Assessment Support Plan  
D:  Functional Analysis Interview Form 
E:  Functional Assessment Checklist for Teachers 
F:  Functional Behavior Assessment - Initial Line of Inquiry 
G:  Motivation Assessment Scale 
H:  Problem Behavior Question 
I:  Project FACILE 
J:  Revised Functional Analysis Observation Form 
K:  Scatter Plot Chart 
L:  Setting Event Checklist 
M:  Strategies for writting Behavior Support Plans 

 
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Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior is a psychology journal primarily for the original publication of experiments relevant to the behavior of individual organisms.

 
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Hard Wired to Connect by George Will

 
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Overview of Positive Behavior Support- Arizona Behavior Institute

 
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Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support

 
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Positive Behavior Support- An Inclusion Strategy

 
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Positive Behavior Support and Functional Assessments- ERIC article

 
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Positive Behavior Support and Functional Assessments- OSEP article

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Shutdowns and Stress in Autism - What is a shutdown? A shutdown is a particular sequence of behavior which we observed in a child diagnosed as high-functioning within the autistic spectrum. In academic settings when pressured by an adult to perform tasks that were difficult, she became unresponsive, sleepy, immobile, and limp to the touch for several minutes, and then fell asleep in a chair for as briefly as 10 min. and up to 2 hours. These “shutdown” (SD) states were always triggered by social stress of a certain kind and they became more severe and frequent over a period of about a year. Do shutdowns worsen the symptoms of autism ?  By Ingrid M. Loos Miller and Hendricus G. Loos - This article is written for parents.  - 9/2004
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Shutdown States and Stress Instability in Autism  by Ingrid M. Loos Miller and Hendricus G. Loos - This is a  scientific version of the paper and provides a detailed discussion of the physiological basis and mechanisms involved.  - 9/2004

 
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Solution to Behavior Problems Might be in Your Lunchbox / Frustrated parents may be surprised to learn their child’s problematic behaviors can originate from their dinner plates. Karen DeFelice, an independent author of two book titles on digestive health, enzymes, and behavior, to explain why and what to do. - Frustrated parents may be surprised to learn their child’s problematic behaviors can originate from their dinner plates. An internationally renowned author will talk about some answers for those wandering the chaotic maze of autism, ADHD, and related conditions. Karen DeFelice, an independent author of two book titles on digestive health, enzymes, and behavior, to talk at several San Diego locations Oct. 21-23 by eMediawire / Press Release

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Tantrums, disorganization may be sign of Asperger Syndrome" by Myrna B. Shure

 
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Teaching Decision Making to Students with Learning Disabilities by Promoting Self-Determination (Or view the PDF File) Alan Hoffman, 2003  From ERIC Digest

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The challenge of adolescents and adults with Asperger syndrome by Digby Tantam

 
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What Administrators Can Do to Promote Positive Student Behavior

 

 

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