Effectiveness is not enough - Comprehension Q's

Dr Susan Friedman – Author of article
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#1. Who said, "As to diseases, make a habit of two things – to help, or at least to do no harm."?

#2. Why do some people continue to advocate for questionable behavior strategies?

#3. What is one of the drawbacks of only evaluating behavior strategies based on their effectiveness?

#4. What does Carter and Wheeler define as part of intrusiveness?

#5. What negative side effect can be associated with punishment-based procedures?

#6. What is NOT a problem with punishment-based procedures?

#7. What is the principle of the least restrictive behavior intervention (LRBI)?

#8. Level 5 in Alberto and Troutman’s hierarchy involves

#9. What is one standard that appears desirable for all behavior-related professions?

#10. What is a proposed additional criterion to effectiveness for behavior interventions?

#11. Without ethical standards, interventions might be chosen based on:

#12. What phenomenon results when animals give up trying to escape aversive events?

#13. Why is it crucial to have a standard for selecting behavior reduction procedures?

#14. The commitment to using the most positive and least intrusive interventions allows us to:

#15. Response blocking can result in which of the following?

#16. "Intrusiveness and Learner Control" focuses on:

#17. When behavior strategies work only some of the time, it can be likened to:

#18. What is NOT a detrimental side effect of punishment and learned helplessness?

#19. Why are Level 6 interventions rarely necessary?

#20. What does behavior analysis and animal behavior consulting have in common?