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  • 1. 

    John has a tendency to yell at his classmates when he doesn't get his way during recess. Mrs. Cobb taught John that when he deomstrates inappropriate behavior during recess, he must sit on the playground bench for five minutes. Over time, John has begun to independently sit on the bench without being prompted by his teacher, when he yells at his peers during recess. What self-management procedure is John using?

    • A.

      Self-instruction

    • B.

      Self-monitoring

    • C.

      Self-evaluation

    • D.

      Self-punishment

    Correct Answer
    D. Self-punishment
    Explanation
    John is using self-punishment as a self-management procedure. Self-punishment involves implementing a consequence on oneself in order to decrease or eliminate unwanted behavior. In this case, John has learned that yelling at his classmates during recess is inappropriate, and he has taken it upon himself to sit on the bench for five minutes as a form of punishment when he engages in this behavior. This self-imposed consequence serves as a deterrent and helps John regulate his own behavior.

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  • 2. 

    Each day Sharon completes 30-minutes of working out at the gym, she places and "X" for that day on her calendar. What self-management procedure is Sharon using?

    • A.

      Self-recording

    • B.

      Self-evaluation

    • C.

      Self-reinforcement

    • D.

      Self-recording

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Self-recording
    D. Self-recording
    Explanation
    Sharon is using the self-recording procedure to manage her workout routine. This involves keeping track of her progress by placing an "X" on her calendar each day she completes her 30-minute workout at the gym. Self-recording is a self-management technique that helps individuals monitor and track their behaviors, allowing them to assess their progress and make any necessary adjustments to achieve their goals.

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  • 3. 

    This procedure of generalization requires that the procedure successfully used to change a behavior in one setting be applied to all the settings in which the desired behavior change should occur.

    • A.

      Train and hope

    • B.

      Train loosely

    • C.

      Train sifficient exemplars

    • D.

      Use indiscriminable contingencies

    Correct Answer
    C. Train sifficient exemplars
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "train sufficient exemplars". This means that in order to successfully generalize a behavior change across different settings, it is important to train enough examples or instances of the desired behavior in each setting. By doing so, individuals will have a better chance of exhibiting the desired behavior consistently in various situations.

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  • 4. 

    Mr. Kirkland set up a picture schedule to transition students between activities. Once a student completed an activity they compared their work to a picture of the task completed. Ms. Kirkland's students were engaged in __________.

    • A.

      Self-monitoring

    • B.

      Self-instruction

    • C.

      Self-reinforcement

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Self-monitoring
    Explanation
    In this scenario, Mr. Kirkland's students are engaged in self-monitoring. Self-monitoring refers to the process of individuals observing and evaluating their own behavior and performance. In this case, the students are comparing their completed activity to a picture of the task completed, which allows them to monitor their own progress and determine if they have completed the activity correctly. This self-monitoring strategy helps students become more aware of their own actions and encourages them to take responsibility for their learning.

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  • 5. 

    In ________, students report an occurence of their behavior.

    • A.

      Self-recording

    • B.

      Self-evaluation

    • C.

      Self-reinforcement

    • D.

      Self-instruction

    Correct Answer
    A. Self-recording
    Explanation
    Self-recording refers to a method in which students keep track of their own behavior. They report instances of their behavior, such as when they complete a task or engage in a specific action. This process allows students to monitor their own progress and gain awareness of their behavior patterns. By self-recording, students can take ownership of their actions and make adjustments as needed. It is a form of self-monitoring that promotes self-reflection and accountability.

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  • 6. 

    Self-instruction is a strategy of providing oneself verbal prompts for:

    • A.

      Academic content

    • B.

      Answer correction

    • C.

      Task completion

    • D.

      Reinforcer selection

    Correct Answer
    C. Task completion
    Explanation
    Self-instruction is a strategy where an individual provides themselves with verbal prompts to guide and direct their behavior towards completing a task. This technique involves using self-talk or self-guidance to remind oneself of the steps or actions required to successfully accomplish a task. By using self-instruction, individuals can enhance their focus, organization, and problem-solving skills, ultimately leading to improved task completion.

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  • 7. 

    Types of data collection procedures that have been successfully used by students as means for self-recording are:

    • A.

      Event

    • B.

      Latency

    • C.

      Anecdotal records

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Event
    Explanation
    Event, latency, and anecdotal records are all types of data collection procedures that have been successfully used by students as means for self-recording. Event data collection involves recording the occurrence or non-occurrence of specific behaviors or events. Latency data collection involves measuring the time between the presentation of a stimulus and the occurrence of a specific behavior. Anecdotal records involve recording detailed descriptions of specific behaviors, including the antecedents and consequences. Therefore, the correct answer is "all of the above" as all three options are valid types of data collection procedures used by students for self-recording.

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  • 8. 

    The best person to manage s student's behavior is:

    • A.

      The teacher

    • B.

      The student

    • C.

      A school administrator

    • D.

      A peer

    Correct Answer
    B. The student
    Explanation
    The best person to manage a student's behavior is the student themselves. This is because students need to take responsibility for their own actions and learn to self-regulate their behavior. By empowering students to manage their own behavior, they develop important skills such as self-discipline, self-control, and problem-solving. This approach promotes autonomy and independence, allowing students to become active participants in their own learning and personal development. Additionally, when students are involved in managing their behavior, they are more likely to take ownership of their actions and make positive choices.

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  • 9. 

    Self-recording appears to be most effective in:

    • A.

      Identifying necessary variation in intervention

    • B.

      Maintaining behavior changes resulting from traditional, teacher-managed strategies

    • C.

      Determining antecedents to behavior change

    • D.

      Increasing task fluency and the rate at which reinforcers are delivered

    Correct Answer
    A. Identifying necessary variation in intervention
    Explanation
    Self-recording is most effective in identifying necessary variation in intervention. This means that when individuals keep track of their own behavior, they are able to recognize patterns and determine what changes or adjustments need to be made in their intervention strategies. Self-recording allows individuals to closely monitor their own behavior and compare it to desired outcomes, helping them to identify the specific variations or modifications that may be necessary for successful intervention. By actively participating in the recording process, individuals gain a deeper understanding of their own behavior and can make informed decisions about how to improve their interventions.

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  • 10. 

    In science lab, students are provided with a list of questions to answer as well as detailed lab manual outlining the step-by-step experimential procedures to be completed. In this class, what self-management procedure is the teacher using?

    • A.

      Self-monitoring

    • B.

      Self-evaluation

    • C.

      Self-instruction

    • D.

      Self-reinforcement

    Correct Answer
    C. Self-instruction
    Explanation
    The teacher is using the self-instruction procedure. This is evident from the fact that the students are provided with a detailed lab manual outlining the step-by-step experimental procedures to be completed. This implies that the students are instructed to follow the procedures independently, without constant guidance from the teacher. Therefore, the self-instruction procedure allows the students to manage their own learning and progress through the lab activities.

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