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 ACTIVITY SCHEDULES FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM / McClannahan, Lynn E. /Krantz, Patricia J.
         In this book parents and professionals will find detailed
        instructions and examples to help them assess a child's readness to
        use activity schedule, prepare a first photographic activity
        schedule,understanding how to use graduated guidance as a teaching
        tool, monitor progress, introduce new elements such as choice and
        use of timers, expand social skills, progress to written schedules.
        ISBN 0-933149-93-X.

APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS / Cooper, John O.; Heron, Timothy E.;
      Heward, William L. 2007.
        a complete description of the principles and procedures needed to
        systematically change socially significant behavior and to
        understand the reasons for that change.
        ISBN 0-13-142113-1. 

APPLIED BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS AND AUTISM : building a future together /
      Kennan, Mickey; Henderson, Mary; Kerr, Ken P.; Dillenburger, Karola.
      2006.
        In this book, the contributors, both parents and professionals,
        explain the basic principles of ABA and describe specific cases of
        its use with children on the autism spectrum.
        ISBN 1-84310-310-9. 

BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION : principles and procedures / Miltenberger,
      Raymond G. -- fourth. 2008.
        engages you in the study of behavioral modification, using a
        precise, step-by-step, scientific approach to explain human
        behavior, and case studies and examples to illustrate key principles.
        ISBN 0-495-09153-7. 

BEHAVIORAL DETECTIVES : a staff training exercise book in applied
      behavior analysis / Newman, Bobby; Reinecke, Dana R.
        an instructional format that will immediately engage, entertain,
        and educate.
        ISBN 978-0-9668528-6-8. 

BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION FOR YOUNG CHILDREN WITH AUTISM : a manual for
      parents and professionals / Maurice, Catherine.
        Until recently, autism has been considered by many as a hopeless,
        incurable, and absolute condition.  Now, however, research suggests
        that intensive behavioral intervention, begun when a child is
        between 2 and 5 years old, can have significant and lasting
        positive impact.
        ISBN 0-89079-683-1. 

ETHICS FOR BEHAVIOR ANALYSTS / Bailey, Jon S.; Burch, Mary R. 2005.
        teaches the information in the Behavior Analyst Certification
        Board's Guidelines for Responsible Conduct.
        ISBN 0-8058-5118-6. 

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 How to Manage Behavior Series

  • how to use group contingencies
  • how to teach self-control through trigger analysis
  • how to use time-out
  • how to use systematic attention and approval
  • how to use positive practice, self-correction, and overcorrection
  • how to select reinforcers
  • how to negotiate a behavioral contract
  • how to motivate others through feedback
  • how to use prompts to initiate behavior
  • how to use planning ignoring (extinction)

M3 MEETING MECHANICS MANUAL / START Statewide Autism Resources &
      Training. 2006.
        45 minute behavior support plan development meeting mechanics
        process, includes CD. 

MAKING A DIFFERENCE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION FOR AUTISM / Maurice,
      Catherines; Green, Gina; Foxx, richard M. 2001.
        This work is an attempt to build upon and expand the work of
        "Behavioral Intervention for Young Child with Autism: A Manual for
        Parents and Professionals" (Maurice, Green, & Luce, 1996). The
        guiding principle behind both books is the same: Claims about the
        effectiveness of treatment for autism, and suggestions as to
        intervention, must be backed by credible research and robust data.
        ISBN 0-89079-871-0. 

RIGHT FROM THE START : behavioral intervention for young children
      with autism / Harris, Sandra L.; Weiss, Mary Jane. -- 2nd. 2007.
        the trusted primer on ABA treatment for children with autism.
        ISBN 1-890627-80-1. 

SOLVING BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS IN AUTISM : improving communications with
      visual strategies / Hodgdon, Linda. 1999.
        A resource that provides practical help for every educator or
        parent who faces those behaviour and self-management challenges of
        students with autism spectrum disorders and other students with
        moderate to severe communication and behaviour disorders.
       ISBN 0-9616786-2-3. 

A WORK IN PROGRESS : behavior management strategies and a curriculum
      for intensive behavioral treatment of autism / McEachine, John; Leaf,
      Ron. 1999.
        A road map and detailed examples to help people working with
        autistic children to develop a good understanding of the teaching
        process.
        ISBN 0-9665266-0-0. 

 

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