Widely regarded as the authoritative work on the principles and practice of applied behavior analysis (ABA), this indispensable volume is now in a revised and expanded second edition. Leading experts present evidence-based procedures for supporting positive behaviors and reducing problem behaviors with children and adults in diverse contexts. Chapters delve into applications in education, autism treatment, addictions, behavioral pediatrics, and other areas. Covering everything from behavioral assessment and measurement to the design and implementation of individualized interventions, the Handbook is a complete reference and training tool for ABA practitioners and students.
New to This Edition
*Incorporates key advances in research, theory, and clinical practice.
*Chapters on additional applications: school consultation, pediatric feeding disorders, and telehealth services.
*Chapters on quantitative analysis of behavior (matching and behavioral momentum theory) and behavioral economics.
*Updated discussions of professional issues, ABA certification, and technology tools.
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Wayne W. Fisher, PhD, BCBA-D, is the Henry Rutgers Endowed Professor of Pediatrics at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and a core faculty member of the Brain Health Institute. He is also inaugural director of the Rutgers Center for Autism Research, Education, and Services (RUCARES) at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. His influential research has focused on preference assessment, choice responding, and the assessment and treatment of autism and severe behavior disorders. Dr. Fisher has published over 200 peer-reviewed journal articles. He is a past editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, past president of the Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (SEAB), and a Fellow of the Association for Behavior Analysis International. Dr. Fisher is a recipient of the Bush Leadership Award; the Nathan H. Azrin Distinguished Contribution to Applied Behavior Analysis Award and the SEAB Don Hake Translational Research Award from Division 25 (Behavior Analysis) of the American Psychological Association; and research and mentorship awards from the University of Nebraska.
Cathleen C. Piazza, PhD, BCBA-D, is Professor in the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and founding director of the Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program at Children's Specialized Hospital in New Jersey. Dr. Piazza and her colleagues have examined various aspects of feeding disorders--among the most common health problems in children--and have developed a series of interventions to address them. Her research has established strong empirical support for applied-behavior-analytic interventions for feeding disorders. Dr. Piazza is a former editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, past president of the Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, and a Fellow of the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI). She is a recipient of the Nathan H. Azrin Distinguished Contribution to Applied Behavior Analysis Award from Division 25 (Behavior Analysis) of the American Psychological Association and the Outstanding Mentor Award from the ABAI.
Henry S. Roane, PhD, BCBA-D, is Vice President of Clinical Quality at Sprout Therapy and holds the Gregory S. Liptak, MD, Professorship of Child Development in the Department of Pediatrics at the State University of New York (SUNY) Upstate Medical University. Dr. Roane serves as Chief of the Division of Development, Behavior and Genetics; Director of the Golisano Center for Special Needs; and Chair of the Behavior Analysis Studies Program at Upstate. He is Editor-in-Chief of Behavioral Development and has served as an associate editor and editorial board member for journals in the fields of pediatrics, behavior analysis, and school psychology. Dr. Roane has coauthored over 100 research articles and chapters as well as several academic texts on the assessment and treatment of behavior disorders in children with autism and related disorders. He is a Fellow of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, a member of the Society for Pediatric Research, and a previous recipient of the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Faculty Service.
1. Applied Behavior Analysis: History, Philosophy, Principles, and Basic Methods, Wayne W. Fisher, Rebecca A. Groff, & Henry S. Roane
II. Basic Principles and Concepts
2. Respondent (Pavlovian) Conditioning, John W. Donahoe & Rocío Vegas
3. Basic Operant Contingencies: Main Effects and Side Effects, A. Charles Catania
4. Schedules of Reinforcement, F. Charles Mace, Duncan Pritchard, & Heather Penney
5. Stimulus Control and Generalization, Joseph E. Spradlin, Jennifer L. Simon, & Wayne W. Fisher
6. Matching and Behavioral Momentum: Quantifying Choice and Persistence, Christopher A. Podlesnik, Corina Jimenez-Gomez, & Michael E. Kelley
7. Behavioral Economics: Principles and Applications, Iser G. DeLeon, Nathalie Fernandez, Kissel J. Goldman, Elizabeth Schieber, Brian D. Greer, & Derek D. Reed
III. Measurement, Design, and Methodological Issues
8. Defining and Measuring Behavior, SungWoo Kahng, Einar T. Ingvarsson, Anna M. Quigg, Kimberly E. Seckinger, Heather M. Teichman, & Casey J. Clay
9. Single-Case Experimental Designs, Nicole M. DeRosa, William E. Sullivan, Henry S. Roane, & Heather J. Kadey
IV. Behavioral Assessment
10. Identifying and Enhancing the Effectiveness of Positive Reinforcement, Valdeep Saini, Billie Retzlaff, Henry S. Roane, & Cathleen C. Piazza
11. Indirect Behavioral Assessments: Interviews and Rating Scales, Dana M. Gadaire, Michael E. Kelley, & Robert H. LaRue
12. Direct Observation, Rachel H. Thompson & John C. Borrero
13. Functional Analysis: History and Methods, Valdeep Saini, Wayne W. Fisher, Alison M. Betz, & Cathleen C. Piazza
V. Interventions for Increasing Desirable Behavior
14. Differential-Reinforcement Procedures, Jeffrey H. Tiger & Gregory P. Hanley
15. Building Complex Repertoires from Discrete Behaviors: Establishing Stimulus Control, Behavioral Chains, and Strategic Behavior, George H. Noell, Nathan A. Call, Scott P. Ardoin, & Sarah J. Miller
16. Teaching Verbal Behavior, Matt Tincani, Caio Miguel, Andy Bondy, & Shannon Crozier
17. Staff Training and Management, Dennis H. Reid, Niamh P. O'Kane, & Kenneth M. Macurik
VI. Interventions for Decreasing Problem Behavior
18. Developing Antecedent Interventions for Problem Behavior, Richard G. Smith
19. Developing Function-Based Extinction Procedures for Problem Behavior, Timothy R. Vollmer, Elizabeth Athens, & Jonathan K. Fernand
20. Developing Function-Based Reinforcement Procedures for Problem Behavior, Wayne W. Fisher, Brian D. Greer, & Kelly J. Bouxsein
21. Developing Function-Based Punishment Procedures for Problem Behavior, Dorothea C. Lerman & Lisa M. Toole
22. Token Economies, David Reitman, Kyle Boerke, & Areti Vassilopoulos
VII. Subspecialties in Applied Behavior Analysis
23. Behavioral Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Tiffany Kodak, Laura L. Grow, & Samantha C. J. Bergmann
24. Behavioral Pediatrics: Integrating Applied Behavior Analysis with Pediatric Medicine, Patrick C. Friman
25. A Behavior-Analytic Approach to Pediatric Feeding Disorders, Cathleen C. Piazza & Caitlin A. Kirkwood
26. Behavioral Approaches to Education, Brian K. Martens, Edward J. Daly III, John C. Begeny, & William E. Sullivan
27. Teacher Consultation in Behavioral Assessment and Intervention, Florence D. DiGennaro Reed, Lisa M. Hagermoser Sanetti, & Robin S. Codding
28. Teaching Safety Skills to Children, Raymond G. Miltenberger, Amy C. Gross, Diego Valbuena, & Sindy Sanchez
29. Behavior Analysis and Treatment of Drug Addiction: Recent Advances in Research on Abstinence Reinforcement, Kenneth Silverman, August F. Holtyn, Brantley P. Jarvis, & Shrinidhi Subramaniam
30. Behavioral Gerontology, Jonathan C. Baker, Linda A. LeBlanc, & Brian MacNeill
31. Telehealth and Applied Behavior Analysis, David P. Wacker, Kelly M. Schieltz, Alyssa N. Suess, & Scott D. Lindgren
32. Organizational Behavior Management, David A. Wilder & Nicole E. Gravina
VIII. Professional Issues in Applied Behavior Analysis
33. Behavior Analysis and Ethics, William O'Donohue & Kyle E. Ferguson
34. Professional Certification for Practicing Behavior Analysts, James E. Carr, Christine L. Ratcliff, Melissa R. Nosik, & James M. Johnston
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