This is just an overview of what we are going to discuss and focus on in class over the next few weeks. Try looking at this chart with a certain behaviour in mind from your own life. (i.e. a child throws a toy)
Now see if you can come up with answers for the questions below.
i.e. DEPTH: child said he wanted to see if it would fly = behavioural
SPREAD: child has only done this once = one time
Once you respond to the questions, you can determine where the behaviour would be placed on the chart.
i.e. behavioural basis and one time=place behaviour in Behaviour incident quadrant
Does the problem appear to be clear cut and limited to the behaviour itself? Does there seem to be no other reason for the behaviour other than the behaviour itself? (behavioural state)
Does the behaviour appear to be influenced by some inner affective state?(emotional state)
Based on above questions, assign to either behavioural or emotional level
Testing for SPREAD
Does the problem seem to be tied to a specific, immediate situation? one time
Does the behaviour represent a recurring or persistent pattern? often/frequent
With this assessment, can then assign one of 4 major treatment directions/strategies
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