Publications


Practical Functional Assessment and Treatment of Problem Behavior 

  • For a perspectives paper on the importance of functional analysis to the functional assessment process and for strategies to overcome common obstacles for conducting functional analyses, click here.
    • For a summary of this article in French, click here (thanks to Mélanie Ammeloot).
  • For an empirical study showing the the meaningful outcomes produced from practical functional analyses informed by open-ended interviews (i.e., IISCAs), click here.
    • For a video introducing this article, click here.
  • For an empirical study showing meaningful outcomes from practical functional analyses implemented by ecologically relevant people in typical places like the home and school, click here.
  • For a study demonstrating the generality of the practical functional assessments and revealing a way to conduct a functional analysis in 5 minutes, click here.
  • For a series of empirical analyses demonstrating the importance of contingency based progressive delays, an effective procedure for transporting FCT-based treatments into everyday life, click here.
  • For a study showing the relative advantages of conducting a practical functional assessment process over a standard functional analysis, click here.

Prevention of Problem Behavior

  • For an empirical study describing an effective, class-wide curriculum for preventing problem behavior, click here.
  • For a systematic replication of the class-wide curriculum for preventing problem behavior in Head Start classrooms, click here.
  • For a randomized controlled trial (RCT) of a small-group curriculum for preventing the development of problem behavior in young children, click here.

Functional Assessment and Treatment of Sleep problems

  • For an empirical study describing how to functionally assess and treat sleep problems of children, click here.

Treatment of Stereotypy

  • For an empirical study that describes an effective and socially validated means of addressing chronic stereotypy exhibited by adolescents with autism, click here.
  • For an empirical study that demonstrates the importance of contingent access to stereotypy when attempting to gain stimulus control of stereotypy, click here.

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