The objective of this set of CBA Modules (B-01 Part 1 and Part 2) was to learn about the seven dimensions of applied behavior analysis presented in the seminal article in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis by Baer, Wolf, and Risley (1968). For this journal topic you will write a paragraph summarizing each of the seven dimensions in a hierarchical manner. That is, begin with the dimension that would logically go first in the development of a behavior change plan, and end with the dimension that would be addressed last.
In their article, Baer, Wolf, and Risley (1968) present seven key dimensions of applied behavior analysis. The dimension that would logically go fist in the development of a behavioral change plan is the applied doctrine. This dimension, according to the researchers, is often determined by the interest that the society depicts in a dilemma being investigated. The article clarifies that in a behavioral application, stimuli, behavior, or organism being examined is selected solely due to its importance to humanity and society. Baer, Wolf, and Risley (1968) debate that in an applied investigation, the behavior and the stimuli under evaluation often share a fundamental relationship with the subject in whom they are researched. In the light of this, that a crucial question in the assessment of applied study is; how urgently is the behavior or stimuli vital to the subject?...
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