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|Introduction to Functional Behavioral Assessment|
|Genesis of Functional Behavioral Assessment|
|Legal Aspects of Functional Behavioral Assessment|
|Everything You Always Wanted to Know about the Conceptual Foundations of Functional Behavioral Assessments...but Were Afraid to Ask: Or, Basic Principles of Functional Behavioral Assessment|
|Key Elements of Functional Behavioral Assessment|
|Observing and Recording... MORE|
|Indirect Functional Behavioral Assessment|
|Direct Descriptive Functional Behavioral Assessment|
|Brief Functional Analysis of Behavior|
|Behavior-Analytic Problem-Solving Model|
|Sample Functional Behavioral Assessment Reports|
|Direct Behavioral Consultation: Or, "How Do We Get People to Implement Interventions Accurately and Consistently?"|
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Mark W. Steege, PhD, is Professor of School Psychology at the University of Southern Maine. Dr. Steege completed his graduate training in school psychology at the University of Iowa in 1986. He is a licensed psychologist, nationally certified school psychologist, and board-certified behavior analyst. He has written numerous original research articles, book chapters, and two books on functional behavioral assessment. Dr. Steege has served several terms as a member of the editorial boards of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and School Psychology Review and is presently associate editor of the Journal of Evidence-Based Practices for Schools. His primary research interests are the application of applied behavior analysis in the assessment and treatment of interfering behaviors with persons with developmental disabilities.
T. Steuart Watson, PhD, is Professor and Chair of the Department of Educational Psychology at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Dr. Watson graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1991, with a doctorate in school psychology and a minor in applied behavior analysis. He was awarded the Lightner Witmer Award from Division 16 of the American Psychological Association for outstanding research contributions by a young scholar. Dr. Watson is coeditor of the Journal of Evidence-Based Practices for Schools. He has written numerous articles, books, and book chapters. His research focuses on evaluating the effects of external reinforcers on motivation, direct behavioral consultation, improving the effectiveness and efficiency of behavioral interventions, promoting treatment integrity, functional assessment methodologies, and investigating the effects of olfactory stimuli on learning.