Behavioral Change is the application of learning theory to the modification of specific behaviors, chains of behaviors and groups of behaviors. It combines behavior modification and applied behavioral analysis, and employs techniques of shaping, fading, chaining, desensitization, extinction and reinforcement.
By the end of this lesson, you should be able to:
- Compare and contrast ABA and BM
- Describe behavior modification
- Describe Applied Behavioral Analysis
- Explain how to change your own behavior
- Explain the limits of helping others change their behavior
Read these posts (if there are links):
- 33 Ways to Change Behavior
- Systematic Desensitization
- Behavior Modification
- Applied Behavioral Analysis
Here are the Terms for Behavioral Change
Here are the Notes for Behavioral Change
And now a Quiz about Behavioral Change
What behavior in others have to effectively changed?