Efficient and practical procedures for measuring and assessing child behavior in the home
Annual Meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis
Association for Behavior Analysis
May 24-28, 2013
Date of Presentation
The time and effort associated with measuring and assessing children's behavior at home can present significant practical challenges. In response, the presentations in this symposium describe innovative procedures for increasing the practicality of measuring sleep disturbances by comparing momentary-time-sampling intervals (Jin et al.), improving parental reports of child problem behavior via automated prompting mediums (e.g., test messaging; Yu et al.), and assessing behavioral function via trial-based analyses by levering web-based technologies (Hood et al.). Dr. Matthew Normand, a leading researcher in evaluating practical yet accurate measurement systems, has graciously volunteered his time to discuss the implications of the presentations.
Normand, M. P.
Efficient and practical procedures for measuring and assessing child behavior in the home.
Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis in Minneapolis, MN.
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