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Vendor: BACB
Exam Code: BCABA
Exam Name: Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst
Date: Oct 28, 2018
File Size: 113 KB

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Question 1
Mitch, a 17-year-old with intellectual disabilities, has made great progress on toileting and hand-washing skills at school. Ethically, which procedure would be the 
MOST appropriate? 
  1. Every time Mitch uses the washroom, an aide stands at the door, records the task analysis steps successfully completed, and posts the results on the bathroom door.
  2. If all steps to toileting and hand-washing are completed successfully, the teacher gives Mitch a smile and notes the frequency on a chart at her desk.
  3. If Mitch makes errors on toileting and hand-washing tasks, a positive practice procedure is implemented.
  4. Upon successful completion of toileting and hand-washing, the teacher announces, "Good toileting, Mitch," and marks the success on a wall chart.
Correct answer: B
Question 2
A colleague who is friends with one of a behavior analyst's clients asks the behavior analyst during a break at a local peer review meeting how the case is going. 
The behavior analyst should
  1. ask the colleague if the client has given permission to discuss the case.
  2. inform the colleague that he can't discuss this and change the subject.
  3. discuss the case in hypothetical terms without using the client's name.
  4. provide a minimum amount of information so that the colleague can assist him.
Correct answer: B
Question 3
The Smiths' daughter, who has autism, has been receiving ABA services for one-and-a-half years from Andrew, a behavior analyst. Andrew's experience and training is in special education. Recently, the Smiths' other child has been behaving differently and they suspect that he may be clinically depressed. The Smiths would like their son to receive services from Andrew because their family is familiar with him and he has provided effective interventions for their daughter. The Smiths ask Andrew to confirm their suspicions about their son. 
What should Andrew do?
  1. Remind the family that his area of expertise is special education and ABA.
  2. Conduct a descriptive assessment and collect baseline data in order to develop an intervention.
  3. Consult with colleagues who have expertise in treating mood disorders in order to design an effective intervention.
  4. Refer the family to a colleague who has expertise in diagnosing mood disorders.
Correct answer: D
Question 4
From an ethical standpoint, evaluation of treatment outcomes should occur through
  1. direct measurement of the individual's behavior.
  2. discussion with the interdisciplinary team.
  3. continuous evaluation of program integrity.
  4. a system based on randomly monitoring program outcomes.
Correct answer: A
Question 5
Which is NOT true of determinism? 
  1. Science is based on determinism.
  2. Determinism is in contrast to empiricism.
  3. All science is predicated on determinism.
  4. The universe is orderly and follows universal laws.
Correct answer: B
Question 6
What is the reinforcing consequence in "I itch, therefore I scratch?"
  1. automatic positive reinforcement
  2. automatic negative reinforcement
  3. proprioceptive positive reinforcement
  4. proprioceptive negative reinforcement
Correct answer: B
Question 7
Which is NOT a characteristic of applied behavior analysis?
  1. describing behavior in a way that can be objectively measured
  2. precisely describing procedures and the rationales for using them
  3. an emphasis on the current function of the behavior in question
  4. reliably determining the variables that initially caused the behavior
Correct answer: D
Question 8
One of the properties of behavior is
  1. size.
  2. effectiveness.
  3. repeatability.
  4. universality.
Correct answer: C
Question 9
Sue consults with her supervisor to be certain her procedures are conceptually systematic. Conceptually systematic procedures are 
  1. based on empirical evidence of their effectiveness.
  2. derived from experimental analysis of similar behavior in the field.
  3. identifiers of functional relations between a behavioral dimension and an environmental event.
  4. linked to and described in terms of the basic principles of behavior.
Correct answer: D
Question 10
When demands are placed on Raoul, he is often observed to hit his head, bite his hand, or slap the therapist. These behaviors are reinforced by termination of the demands. 
Taken together, these behaviors comprise
  1. an establishing operation.
  2. a functional response class.
  3. respondent behaviors.
  4. a topographical response class.
Correct answer: B

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