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Escape from What? | Featuring the Cipani Behavioral Classification System - March 4, 2020 at 11am - 2pm ET
by Ennio Cipani, PhD Earn 3 BACB Type 2 CE credits!
This webinar will cover the 13 unique function-based categories comprising the Cipani Behavioral Classification System. The webinar will begin by introducing the four major functions (socially mediated versus direct contingencies of positive and negative reinforcement). This LIVE webinar was held on March 4, 2020 at 11 AM to 2 PM ET. Please read the product page carefully for details.
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It is not enough to say the function of a problem behavior is “escape”; escape from what? Further, task demands are not the only aversive EO endemic in social environments, even in school settings. In life, there are a diverse set of antecedent conditions that can act as aversive EOs, and Ennio Cipani's classification system attempts to expound on such. Additionally, many forms of problem behavior involve directly terminating an aversive condition (by leaving unauthorized). Running out of a classroom or training session is not always a socially mediated behavior (in terms of actual function).
Overview: This webinar will cover the 13 unique function-based categories comprising the Cipani Behavioral Classification System. The webinar will begin by introducing the four major functions (socially mediated versus direct contingencies of positive and negative reinforcement).
Ennio Cipani's classification system will examine sub-categories (specific functions) within each of the four major categories/functions of behavior. Each function will be delineated by its specific antecedent motivative and abolishing condition. I (E.C.) believe that many BCBAs will find this comprehensive function-based system invaluable, across many diverse child clinical populations. Expand your theoretical understanding
of phenomenon that may not yet have been studied in an experimental analysis.
This webinar will also cover the functional treatment for access and escape functions that involve developing time delays for access (to something) and escape (from something). BCBA’s are familiar with strategies for teaching an individual to mand a specific phrase, word, or action as the “replacement” behavior; but is immediate access or escape always viable? Are your clients being taught how to handle appropriately the word “wait?” This last section involves the following: learning to “wait” and/or “tolerate.”
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"After attending your webinar today, I have to begin by saying, you are brilliant and inspirational. I have read several of your articles and posts through NASP, and when I saw that you would be presenting today I was motivated to sign up."
Dr, Caitlin Reilly Lostan, BCBA, NCSP
Objectives (with regard to the Cipani Behavioral Classification System)
- Participants will be able to identify the four major behavioral function categories of problem behavior (DA, SMA, DE, SME)
- Participants will be able to identify the sub-categories for each of the four major categories
- Participants will be able to identify the factors involved in deciding the function and diagnostic category of problem behavior (i.e., establishing operation and maintaining contingency for each function)
- Participants will be able to delineate the procedures for delay of gratification training for access functions
- Participants will be able to delineate the procedures for tolerance training for escape functions
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