The Effect of Function-based Supports on Treatment Integrity of Function-based Interventions
AuthorMontano, Corey Joanna
KeywordsFunction Based Assessment
Function Based Intervention
Function Based Supports
Positive Behavior Supports
Behavior Intervention Plan
AdvisorLiaupsin, Carl J.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractFunction-based assessments and interventions are routinely used in school settings as an effective method to address problem behaviors that impede the learning of the student or others. When function-based interventions are not successful, it is often due to problems with treatment integrity (TI). Using an ABCBC single subject design, this study examined whether function-based teacher supports could improve TI. The results demonstrated that the function-based supports provided to the teacher resulted in higher levels of TI and improvements in student behavioral outcomes. Using function-based intervention concepts to develop teacher intervention support, limitations to the study, and directions for future research are discussed.
Degree ProgramGraduate College
Degree GrantorUniversity of Arizona
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