RBT 75-question Quiz

How can RBTs ensure they are practicing within their scope of competence?

What role does the environment play in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)?

True or False: Social skills training in ABA focuses exclusively on verbal communication skills.

What is the difference between fixed ratio and variable ratio schedules of reinforcement?

How should an RBT respond to ethical dilemmas in their practice?

"A stimulus change that can increase the future frequency of behavior without prior pairing with any other form of reinforcement" best describes which of the following?

True or False: Data collection is optional when observing significant progress in the client.

What is the significance of obtaining informed consent in ABA practice?

Define "task analysis" and explain its importance in teaching new skills.

When a stimulus delta is presented a particular response is

This refers to behavior that has come under sole control of one characteristic of a stimulus.

Define "generalization" in the context of ABA and provide an example.

How does "differential reinforcement of alternative behavior" (DRA) work in reducing undesired behaviors?

Define a "discriminative stimulus" (SD) and provide an example.

What is the purpose of "peer-mediated instruction" in skill acquisition programs?

True or False: Extinction involves providing reinforcement for a behavior to increase its occurrence.

What is the ideal timing of a prompt during discrete trial teaching?

How does reinforcement vary in skill acquisition programs?

What is the primary goal of a behavior reduction program in ABA?

How is a "discrimination training" used in skill acquisition?

What is one potential problem with saying "look at me" prior to providing and instruction?

In the Autism Partnership Method, stimulus placement is determined by which of the following?

In the context of ABA, what is "incidental teaching," and how does it differ from traditional teaching methods?

What information should be included in session notes?

Why is continuous professional development important for RBTs?

Define positive and negative reinforcement and provide an example for each.

Breaking a skill down into component steps is known as which of the following.

What is a dual relationship, and why is it discouraged in RBT practice?

What does a "baseline" refer to in the context of behavior assessment?

How are "video modeling" techniques used in ABA for skill acquisition?

What is the primary focus of a "task analysis" in the context of behavior assessment?

What is a token economy system in ABA?

"A reinforcer delivered contingent upon the first behavior following the time period where the time period is variable" describes which schedule of reinforcement?

What does ABC stand for in behavior analysis?

In skill acquisition, what is the significance of using "multiple exemplars"?

How does a functional behavior assessment (FBA) differ from a traditional assessment?

"Because I told you so" is an example of which of the following?

Which of the following best describes "functional communication training" (FCT) in the context of behavior reduction?

What role do "prompting" and "prompt fading" play in skill acquisition?

List three responsibilities an RBT has towards their client and professional practice.

Why is "visual support" used in teaching new skills, especially for individuals with autism?

What is the importance of adhering to the BACB's RBT Ethics Code?

True or False: RBTs are permitted to design intervention plans if they have been working in the field for over five years.

Rainbow tokens most closely aligns with which schedule of reinforcement?

True or False: Direct observation assessments should only be conducted in controlled, clinical settings.

"A previously neutral stimulus change that has acquired the capability to function as a reinforcer through stimulus-stimulus pairing with one or more unconditioned reinforcers or conditioned reinforcers" best describes which of the following?

What steps should an RBT take if they observe unethical behavior by a colleague?

How does "chaining" differ from task analysis in skill acquisition?

Identify the four functions of behavior.

What is shaping in behavior analysis?

What is "errorless learning," and why is it used in ABA?

True or False: The primary goal of skill acquisition programs is to reduce undesirable behaviors.

What is the purpose of conducting a preference assessment?

How often should data be reviewed to make decisions about intervention changes?

True or False: Indirect assessments involve directly observing the client in their natural environment.

Explain the role of supervision in RBT work.

What is reinforcement in behavior analysis?

Gestures, positional, and and looking at the targeted response are all examples of which type of prompts?

Describe two methods of data collection.

What is the role of "antecedent interventions" in behavior reduction?

What is a common characteristic of naturalistic teaching?

True or False: The use of extinction in behavior reduction always involves ignoring all behaviors exhibited by the individual.

What is the primary goal of a functional behavior assessment (FBA)?

What is the significance of "scaffolding" in the context of ABA and skill acquisition?

What is "response cost" in behavior modification?

True or False: Negative reinforcement and punishment are the same because both procedures aim to decrease a behavior.

Explain the importance of confidentiality in behavior analysis.

What role does "interviews with stakeholders" play in the assessment process?

What is "generalization" in skill acquisition, and why is it important?

In behavior assessment, what is the significance of identifying "setting events"?

How are scatterplot assessments useful in behavior analysis?

Which best describes an overcorrection procedure in which aberrant behavior sets the occasion for learner to repeatedly engage in a task?

What is a key componeant of a behavior intervention plan (BIP) that should be determined during the assessment phase?

True or False: Continuous reinforcement schedules are most effective for maintaining behaviors over time.

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