RBT 50 Questions Test

1. 
Under what circumstances might an RBT be asked to describe the roles and responsibilities of other professionals like BCBAs or BCaBAs?

2. 
Julia is implementing a token economy system in her classroom. Which of the following would be an appropriate backup reinforcer to use with the token economy?

3. 
While providing caregiver training, which of the following would be an appropriate way for an RBT to check for understanding?

4. 
While implementing a treatment plan, you notice that a child is becoming increasingly frustrated and engaging in more problem behavior. What should be your first course of action?

5. 
One cycle or presentation of an instruction that can be repeated over again

6. 
While implementing a treatment plan, you encounter a situation not covered in the plan. What should you do?

7. 
During caregiver training, RBTs should develop their own materials rather than using what the BCBA provides.

8. 
RBTs are allowed to make modifications to a client's treatment plan without consulting the BCBA first.

9. 
While implementing a treatment plan, you notice that a child is consistently engaging in a specific problem behavior immediately after being asked to complete a particular task. What term is used to describe this task or activity?

10. 
The Professional and Ethical Compliance Code prohibits RBTs from implementing procedures they have not been trained on.

11. 
What is the term used to describe the strengthening of a behavior by presenting a specific consequence after the behavior occurs?

12. 
Which of the following is an appropriate way for an RBT to respond if a client becomes aggressive during a session?

13. 
While implementing a treatment plan, you notice a client is showing signs of fatigue or illness. What should you do?

14. 
An RBT is asked to job-shadow a BCBA for training purposes. Which of the following would be an inappropriate task for the RBT during this shadowing experience?

15. 
As an RBT, which of the following tasks would fall outside of your scope of practice?

16. 
While collecting data, you notice a student is looking away from their work more frequently after being reminded about an upcoming test. What term describes this change in behavior?

17. 
What should an RBT do if a caregiver asks for their opinion on the effectiveness of a treatment plan?

18. 
Under what circumstances might an RBT discuss a client's services or progress with others?

19. 
If data shows a client's problem behavior is increasing, an RBT should make changes to the treatment plan.

20. 
You are collecting data on a child's on-task behavior during a classroom activity using a partial interval recording method with 5-minute intervals. If the child is on-task for 2 minutes and off-task for 3 minutes during a particular interval, how would you record the data for that interval?

21. 
While implementing a treatment plan, you notice a client frequently engages in problem behavior when a specific staff member is present. What term describes this environmental factor?

22. 
When using a token economy system, what is the recommended ratio of backup reinforcers to tokens?

23. 
Extinction is the same as ignoring.

24. 
Frequency recording involves counting the total duration of a behavior over an observation period.

25. 

26. 
According to the Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts, what should an RBT do if they are asked to implement a treatment procedure they have not been trained on?

27. 
An RBT notices a typo in the written protocol for a treatment plan. What is the appropriate course of action?

28. 
What term is used to describe the process of transferring stimulus control from one antecedent to another?

29. 
Which of the following is NOT an example of a positive reinforcer?

30. 
What should an RBT do if a client's caregiver makes offensive or derogatory comments during a session?

31. 
While implementing a treatment plan, you observe that a specific behavior is occurring more frequently after a particular event. What term is used to describe this event?

32. 
You are collecting data on a child's self-injurious behavior using a duration recording method. The behavior occurs for 2 minutes, stops for 1 minute, and then occurs again for 3 minutes. How would you record the total duration of the behavior?

33. 
If a client shows signs of illness during a session, the RBT should immediately terminate the session.

34. 
Which of the following is an example of an appropriate way for an RBT to provide reinforcement?

35. 
What is the term used to describe the systematic process of gradually guiding a learner through the steps of a skill to shape the desired behavior?

36. 
What is the recommended course of action if a client reports that an RBT has violated the Professional and Ethical Compliance Code?

37. 
You are collecting data on a child's aggressive behavior using a frequency recording method. Which of the following would be the most appropriate way to record the data?

38. 
What is the recommended method for an RBT to provide training or coaching to caregivers or staff?

39. 
According to best practice guidelines, how frequently should RBTs meet with their supervising BCBA?

40. 
When collecting data using a partial interval recording method, how should the RBT score an interval if the target behavior occurs briefly but not for the entire interval?

41. 
When using a token economy system, backup reinforcers should only be provided after a fixed number of tokens.

42. 
What is the term used to describe the process of gradually removing prompts or assistance provided during skill acquisition?

43. 
What issues do we want to avoid when prompting?

44. 
What term is used to describe the process of transferring stimulus control across different situations or contexts?

45. 
The learner is required to practice the correct form of the behavior that is incompatible with the problem behavior as a result of the problem behavior

46. 
RBTs are never allowed to share any information about a client due to confidentiality rules.

47. 
An RBT should never

48. 
Differential reinforcement involves reinforcing an alternative, desired behavior instead of the problem behavior.

49. 
Discrimination training involves establishing stimulus control by reinforcing responses to certain antecedents.

50. 
What should an RBT do if a parent/caregiver requests to observe a session?

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