Comparing Response Blocking and Response Interruption/Redirection on Levels of Motor Stereotypy: Effects of Data Analysis Procedures | Journal Club Series
by Dr. Nicole Bank, BCBA, LBA-TX | Available for 3 BACB Learning CEUs
This installment in our Journal Club Series will cover the article, “Comparing response blocking and response interruption/redirection on levels of motor stereotypy: Effects of data analysis procedures” authored by DeRosa, Novak, Morley and Roane published in Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. CEUs are provided for reading the article, participating in an online discussion, and completing an article content quiz.
Comparing response blocking and response interruption/redirection on levels of motor stereotypy: Effects of data analysis procedures. Motor stereotypy often occurs in clients receiving behavioral treatment. This repetitive act can be a barrier to learning and accessing a range of environments. Currently there are two treatment options with documented evidence of decreasing motor stereotypy. The current article compares the two treatment options and reveals that data analysis procedures can affect measures of efficacy.
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Comparing response blocking and response interruption/redirection on levels of motor stereotypy: Effects of data analysis procedures. This is an interactive live online journal club. Participants will receive 3.0 BACB Learning CEUs for completing all journal club activities. Participants are required to have read the entire article before attending the scheduled one-hour live online journal club discussion. Journal club discussions will include article details, article results, and implications for practice. Active participation is required. CEUs will be provided after completing an article content quiz on the BDS learning platform. Only those who read the article and actively participate in the live online discussion will be invited to take the content quiz. BDS is interested in increasing scholarly activities and discussion among BCBAs and BCaBAs. Stay tuned for future CE events in the BDS Journal Club Series!
Here’s how it works:
- Purchase the journal club meeting you would like to attend.
- Follow instructions for downloading a copy of the article.
- Add the following emails to your contacts in order to avoid important emails going to spam:
email@example.com AND PartnershipServices@gmail.com
- Receive an email for instructions on scheduling your online discussion. Once the online discussion is scheduled, you will receive a link for the online discussion.
- Read the article in it’s entirety.
- Join the journal club meeting at the scheduled time. Please mute your microphone upon entry.
- Stay online and involved for the 1-hour journal club meeting.
- Receive a link to the content quiz.
- Complete the content quiz to 80% accuracy.
- Receive 3 CEUs.
- State the rationale for decreasing motor stereotypy
- List the different treatments available for decreasing motor stereotypy
- Describe how this investigation was conducted
- Describe the results of this investigation
- Identify how the results of this investigation should affect clinical decision making
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