Functional Analysis Ethical Considerations and Modifications from Recent Research


This course counts as 4 Ethics-type BACB CEUs.

Do you always conduct functional analyses during client assessments?
If not, what is stopping you?

This course explores two functional analysis modifications from recent research and the ethical concerns they address.  The first is the interview-informed synthesized contingency analysis (IISCA) developed and described by Hanley, Jin, Vanselow, and Hanratty (2014) and the second is the precursor analysis, described in recent research by Borlase, et al. (2017).   The course includes the following:

  • access to six relevant JABA articles from as recent as 2018
  • active student response activities for retained interest and ease of learning
  • resources for application, including data sheets and assessment measures


Target Audience: Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Assistant Behavior Analysts

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