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Behavior Analysis Methodology

Choose a hypothetical client, or a client you have actually worked with; if the latter, do not give any identifying information about that actual client (e.g., change their name, their age, and their location). Give an example of three different target behaviors in your chosen client: one you would like to increase, another you would like to maintain, and a third you would like to decrease. Discuss the importance of making sure that the target behaviors are specific, observable, and measurable. What method of recording and reporting the target behaviors would you use, and why did you select this method over other methods?

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A target behavior that I would like for this client to increase would be for this client to increase the level of courteous and respectful interaction that they have with others. A target behavior that I would like for this client to maintain, would be the self-discipline that they display in ensuring that essential tasks at the workplace and at their ...

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This solution describes an effective behavior analysis methodology.