Comparing descriptive, experimental and informant-based assessments of problem behaviors.

@article{Hall2005ComparingDE,
  title={Comparing descriptive, experimental and informant-based assessments of problem behaviors.},
  author={Scott S Hall},
  journal={Research in developmental disabilities},
  year={2005},
  volume={26 6},
  pages={514-26}
}
  • Scott S Hall
  • Published 2005 in Research in developmental disabilities
In this study, the outcomes of descriptive, experimental and informant-based methods of functional assessment were compared in four individuals with developmental disabilities who showed problem behaviors. Results indicated that the descriptive and experimental assessments were concordant in only one of the four cases whilst informant-based and experimental assessments were concordant in three of the four cases. The descriptive assessment identified thin schedules of attention in all cases… CONTINUE READING

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