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Applied Behavior Analysis
Applied Behavior Analysis

Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis

The analysis of individual behavior is a problem in scientific demonstration, reasonably well understood, comprehensively described, and quite thoroughly practiced. That analysis has been pursued in many settings over many years. Despite variable precision, elegance, and power, it has resulted in general descriptive statement of mechanisms that can produce many of the forms that individual behavior may take.

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Applied Behavior Analysis
Applied Behavior Analysis

The Evidence-Based Practice of Applied Behavior Analysis

Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a model of professional decision-making in which practitioners integrate the best available evidence with client values/context and clinical expertise in order to provide services for their clients. This framework provides behavior analysts with a structure for pervasive use of the best available evidence in the complex settings in which they work.

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