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6 evaluations found for: Functional Behavioral Assessments Reset
The ABC-Iceberg (ABC-I; Aspy & Grossman, 2011) is a form used to examine the antecedents, behaviors, and consequences observed and to consider the characteristics of autism as they relate to the observed behavior.
Functional Assessment Checklist: Teachers and Staff
The Functional Assessment Checklist: Teachers and Staff (FACTS; March, Horner, Lewis-Palmer, Brown, Crone, & Todd, 1999) is a semi-structured brief interview method used to conduct a functional assessment or develop an intervention plan for individual students.
Functional Assessment Interview
The Functional Assessment Interview (FAI; O’Neill et al., 1997) is a semi-structured interview with 11 sections, which is designed to gather information about a behavior and the circumstances under which it occurs.
Motivation Assessment Scale
The Motivation Assessment Scale (MAS; Durand & Crimmins, 1988, 1992; Haim, 2002) is a rating scale designed to help identify the motivation behind a target problem behavior. It yields scores on subscales that represent possible functions of behavior.
Questions About Behavioral Function
The Questions About Behavioral Function (QABF; Matson & Vollmer, 1995; Paclawskyj, Matson, Rush, Smalls, & Vollmer, 2000) is a 25-item rating scale that is designed to identify variables maintaining problem behavior in persons with intellectual disability and/or autism. It yields scores on five factors/functions.
Student-Directed Functional Assessment Interview
The Student-Directed Functional Assessment Interview (SDFAI; O’Neill et al., 1997) is a semi-structured interview conducted with the student in an effort to understand the student’s perspective on the circumstances related to a specific behavior of concern.