Thirty years of research on the functional analysis of problem behavior.

@article{Beavers2013ThirtyYO,
  title={Thirty years of research on the functional analysis of problem behavior.},
  author={Gracie A. Beavers and Brian A. Iwata and Dorothea C. Lerman},
  journal={Journal of applied behavior analysis},
  year={2013},
  volume={46 1},
  pages={
          1-21
        }
}
Hanley, Iwata, and McCord (2003) reviewed studies published through 2000 on the functional analysis (FA) of problem behavior. We update that review for 2001 through 2012, including 158 more recent studies that reported data from 445 FAs. Combined with data obtained from Hanley et al., 435 FA studies, with line graphs for 981 FAs, have been published since 1961. We comment on recent trends in FA research and introduce the studies in the 2013 special issue of the Journal of Applied Behavior… CONTINUE READING
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