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Analysis of Functional Behavior Assessments and Intervention Plans Conducted by School-based Teams
Annual conference of the Association for Positive Behavior Support
  • James J. Fox, East Tennessee State University
  • Leia Blevins, East Tennessee State University
  • H. Boreing
  • M. Barrow
Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
3-1-2013
Description
A case study of FBAs conducted by school-based teams analyzed 26 complete FBAs from rural LEAs trained by a university-based PBIS project staff. Interviews and observations were more often used than instruments/procedures. School teams initiated FBAs quicker but took longer to complete than did independent consultants. Researchers and practitioners will identify essential FBA components; how FBAs can be analyzed per these components; describe study results; and, discuss implications for research and application.
Copyright Statement

Repeated at (September, 2013) at the Council for Children with Behavior Disorders Conference, Chicago, IL and (October, 2012) at the Annual Conference of the Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN.

Comments

Repeated at (September, 2013) at the Council for Children with Behavior Disorders Conference, Chicago, IL and (October, 2012) at the Annual Conference of the Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN.

Citation Information
James J. Fox, Leia Blevins, H. Boreing and M. Barrow. "Analysis of Functional Behavior Assessments and Intervention Plans Conducted by School-based Teams" Atlanta, GAAnnual conference of the Association for Positive Behavior Support (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james-fox/6/