A Workbook in Behavioral Systems Analysis and Ethical Behavior
A Workbook in Behavioral Systems Analysis and Ethical Behavior describes how to use the power of behavioral systems to improve ethical behavior within your practice.
By Matthew T. Brodhead, Ph.D., BCBA-D
BetterABA / 2020
Paperback / 44 Pages
By leveraging the power of behavioral systems analysis (BSA), behavior analysts may increase the probability of employees engaging in ethical behaviors that increase the quality of the care they provide. This workbook describes a pragmatic, solutions-oriented, and socially valid approach to ethics that uses behavioral systems to teach employees “what to do” in certain situations, instead of using a punitive “how not to behave” approach. Upon completion of this workbook, behavior analysts will have the foundational skills that are necessary to begin to use BSA in their own practice.
This workbook features:
- A guided practice that walks the user through the six steps of BSA
- Non-technical language that is consumable for students and supervisors alike
- Highly applicable content that is highly relevant for ABA service delivery
About the Author
Matthew T. Brodhead, Ph.D., BCBA-D, is an assistant professor in the College of Education at Michigan State University. Like many before him, his interests in behavior analysis began at Croyden Avenue School in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Raised in Harbor Springs, Michigan, he has an undying passion for spending time in the great outdoors, especially with his loving wive and adventurous daughter and son When he can’t get outside, he enjoys listening to and playing music (especially clawhammer banjo), and in a previous life, he used to tour with a funk bank.