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Types of Data Collect 1 Types of Data Collection 2 Types of Data Collection 3! Choose the Best Tool! Miscellaneous
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What is frequency?
Involves counting the number of times a behavior occurs in specific time period.
100
What is probe data?
Yes/no or other recording data that is taken on the initial presentation of a behavior?
100
What is mass trials or trial by trial data?
Yes/no or other recording data that is taken on every presentation of a behavior?
100
What is frequency/rate?
Bobby will decrease instances of aggression to less then 2 times per hour over six consecutive weeks.
100
What is antecedent, behavior, consequence?
The ABCs of ABC data.
200
What is duration?
Documents the length of the behavior by recording the time the behaviors begins and ends
200
What is permanent product?
Data which reviews the occurrence of the target or replacement behavior based on if they response is produced or not produced.
200
What is frequency data?
Data collection method best used for behaviors that have a clear beginning and end.
200
What is partial interval?
Megan will decrease instances of aggression to less than 20% of recorded intervals across 6 consecutive weeks.
200
What are collection, analysis, and interpretation?
3 aspects that data driven decisions entail.
300
What is interval data?
Documents if a behavior occurred during a particular period.
300
What is time sampling data?
Data looks at small samples set up within larger intervals.
300
What is ABC data?
Data most commonly used when conducting a Functional Behavior Assessment?
300
What is whole interval?
Sarah will remain on task during circle time, as evidenced by body oriented towards speaker and active responding, for 75% of intervals, across 6 consecutive weeks.
300
What is rate?
Reporting tool used when frequency data is taken during varying lengths of time.
400
What is ABC Data?
Records the environment variables relate to the problem behavior.
400
What is momentary time sampling?
Observing whether a behavior occurs or does not occur during specified time periods.
400
What is partial interval data?
Records if the behavior occurred at ALL during an interval?
400
What is probe data or trial by trial data?
When a peer enters the room, Johnny will independently greet the peer, for 50% of opportunities across 6 consecutive weeks.
400
What is interval recording?
Scatter plots and time sampling data are specific examples of this data collection method.
500
What is latency data?
Records the duration of time it takes a student to begin performing a particular task after the opportunity has been presented.
500
What is whole interval data?
Records if the behavior occurred during the ENTIRE interval.
500
What is whole interval data?
Type of interval data typically collected on behaviors we want to see INCREASE?
500
What is ABC data?
The team needs to come up with a hypothesized function of Johnny's behavior.
500
What is whole interval data?
Type of interval data that UNDERESTIMATES the presence of the behavior.






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