This written analysis is based on the little boy jimmy’s behavior in the video attached.
1. Introduction: Briefly introduce the scenario by describing the setting, people involved, and behaviors observed. (3-4 sentences)
2. Target behavior/primary subject: Identify the person and/or behavior that you have selected to analyze. Videos may have multiple people or may have multiple people exhibiting many behaviors, so you will need to choose one person and one behavior to analyze in each video. (3-4 sentences)
3. Analysis: Describe the observed environmental stimuli (e.g., antecedents, consequences, motivational variables, setting events, etc.) that appear to be controlling the individual’s responding in some way. (1-2 paragraphs)
4. Behavioral Principles: Identify key behavioral principles in each scenario to complete your analysis (e.g., respondent or operant behavior, reinforcement, extinction, blocking, punishment, motivating operations, etc.). (1-2 paragraphs)
Applied Analysis Scenario Assignment Unit [#]
[The introduction should briefly introduce the scenarios by describing the setting, people involved, and behaviors observed. Use APA 7th edition in-text citations when referencing any readings/articles or lectures throughout the paper.]
Primary Subject and Target Behavior
[In this section, identify the primary subject/person whose behavior will be analyzed, and identify (label) the target behavior. Then, provide an operational definition of the target behavior including all observed topographies of the behavior (i.e., what the behavior looks/sounds like), the onset and offset of the behavior, and any relevant examples or nonexamples.
Any general or global labels, should be avoided when operationalizing the behavior, including the use of mentalistic terms or terms to describe groups of behaviors (e.g., anxious, nervous, aggressive, noncompliant, annoyed, frustrated, upset, etc.).]
[Describe the observed environmental stimuli (e.g., antecedents, consequences, motivational variables, setting events, etc.) that appear to be controlling the individual’s responding in some way based on your video observations. Identify the patterns of responding and make a hypothesis about the maintaining reinforcement contingency (e.g., positive/negative reinforcement).
All analyses here should be based on observation only and should not include any assumptions beyond what was observed in the videos. Only analyze the target behavior of the primary subject discussed and operationalized in the section above. If the primary subject or target behavior does not occur in one of the videos, that video does not need to be included in the analysis, unless to state that the behavior did not occur during one observation.]
[Identify key behavioral principles in each scenario to complete your analysis (e.g., respondent or operant behavior, reinforcement, extinction, blocking, punishment, motivating operations, discriminative stimulus, Premack Principle, etc.).
The concepts and principles should be defined using technical language along with an in-text citation referencing the text or other source. Discuss how it was determined that the stimuli, events, and behaviors observed in the scenario represent the behavioral principles discussed. A treatment plan is not necessary for these assignments and should not be included.]
[Briefly conclude your paper.]
[Insert APA formatted references here double spaced using a hanging indentation. See APA 7th edition formatting guidelines for examples.]
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