[From 10$/Pg] Basic Behavior Analytic Principles
- Explain organizational behavior management and its relationship to the science of behavior analysis.
- Synthesize research in the field of organizational behavior management.
- Apply assessment techniques to develop interventions used in organizational behavior management.
- Communicate in a professional manner consistent with the field of behavior analysis.
There are two parts to this assignment.
Propose an Intervention
For this part:
- Summarize briefly the results of the assessment of the workplace issue you addressed in the Unit 6 assignment.
- Search the current OBM professional literature to identify studies that address the underlying causes for the selected workplace issue as well as studies that propose interventions to address those causes.
- Propose an evidence-based intervention to address your workplace issue, based on your assessment results and your research.
Evaluate your Intervention
For this part:
- Analyze the basic behavior analytic principles underlying your intervention.
- Assess how the assessment conducted in the Unit 6 assignment helped with the development of this intervention.
- Hypothesize what may have occurred if you did not conduct an assessment prior to developing an intervention.
- Compare and contrast this assessment technique to functional behavior assessments used in clinical work. â€‹
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Your assignment should meet the following requirements:
- Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
- APA format: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA style and formatting guidelines.
- References: At least 10 scholarly resources, eight of which should be peer-reviewed journal articles or other scholarly articles written and five of these should be within the past 5 years. Two references may be scholarly texts.
- Length of paper: 8–10 typed, double-spaced pages, in addition to a title page and a references page.
- Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.