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  • 30”-35” Use Blue scantron.
  • 9/47 miss this one, W02
  • 6/46 missed this one W02.
  • 12/54 miss this W02. More Cs than As or Ds as incorrect answers.
  • 9/54 miss in W02. For S02 changed from “ Look at the diagram. Whose behavior is analyzed both as a behavior and a before condition ?” to “ Look at the diagram. Whose behavior is analyzed both in a behavior box and in a before box ?”
  • 9/54 miss in W02. Put blue circle prompt in for S02
  • 7/54 miss in W02.
  • For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions. For Fall 2004 I changed the wording of this slide to account for the fact that the workshows were separated.
  • For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions.
  • For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions.
  • For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions.
  • For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions.
  • For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions.
  • For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions.
  • For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions.
  • For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions.
  • For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions.
  • 10/54 miss in W02. Many put A. For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions.
  • 10/54 miss in W02. Many put A. For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions.
  • 10/54 miss in W02. Many put A. For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions.
  • 10/54 miss in W02. Many put A. For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions.
  • This question was inserted W03 to give practice on common mistake of deadman/or lack of victim in punishment model.
  • This question was inserted W03 to give practice on common mistake of deadman/or lack of victim in punishment model.
  • This question was inserted W03 to give practice on common mistake of deadman/or lack of victim in punishment model.
  • This question was inserted W03 to give practice on common mistake of deadman/or lack of victim in punishment model.
  • This question was inserted W03 to give practice on common mistake of deadman/or lack of victim in punishment model.
  • 10/54 miss in W02. Many put A. For S02 I will try to compare and contrast the two models (escape and punishment) before these questions. In F02 this was #38.
  • New for W03.
  • New for W03. For Fall 2004 Changed What would the mistake be with what would the wrong one be?
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  • This instruction for W03/spr03 was not sufficient for some to find the paper form and more were not clear to put it on a transparency, so for Sum03 I’ll have the text here in the middle get larger on next click.

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  • Conceptual Workshow The Sick Social Cycle: Victim’s Punishment Model Jason Otto Based on Ch. 13 of Elementary Principles of Behavior 4.0 (Malott, Malott, & Trojan, 2000) 21 Questions. Approximately 20 minutes to complete. Complete 2 original examples using the paper worksheet in your homework folder. Push the mouse’s left button to advance.
  • When Sue asks Jimmy to do a tough task, like cleaning his room, Jimmy complains and even screams if she asks again. Then Sue doesn’t ask. NO WAAAAAY! You need to clean your room, Jimmy.
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  • First diagram Sue’s behavioral contingency, starting with Sue’s behavior.
    • Sue stops asking Jimmy to clean
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Sue hears Jimmy complain and scream
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    Before Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Click me to see the story again Left-click your answer Behavior ? After
  • When Sue asks Jimmy to do a tough task, like cleaning his room, Jimmy complains and even screams if she asks again. Then Sue doesn’t ask. NO WAAAAAY! You need to clean your room, Jimmy. Click me to go back Click me to go back
  • Before No. Doesn’t that fail the dead-man test on the Pink Sheet? Click me to see the story again
    • Sue stops asking Jimmy to clean
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Sue hears Jimmy complain and scream
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Sue stops asking Jimmy to clean After
  • Before Sorry, just keeping you awake. That fails the behaver test. Click me to see the story again
    • Sue stops asking Jimmy to clean
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Sue hears Jimmy complain and scream
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After
    • Sue stops asking Jimmy to clean
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Sue hears Jimmy complain and scream
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    Before Left-click your answer “ Hears” fails the action test on the Pink Sheet. Click me to see the story again Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Sue hears Jimmy complain and scream After
  • Before Right on. Let’s continue.
    • Sue stops asking Jimmy to clean
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Sue hears Jimmy complain and scream
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After
  • Before
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Sue doesn’t ask anymore
    Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Click me to see the story again Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After ?
  • When Sue asks Jimmy to do a tough task, like cleaning his room, Jimmy complains and even screams if she asks again. Then Sue doesn’t ask. NO WAAAAAY! You need to clean your room, Jimmy. Click me to go back Click me to go back
  • Before That fails the receiver test. Click me to see the story again
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Sue doesn’t ask anymore
    Left-click your answer Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
  • Before Left-click your answer Actually, Jimmy doesn’t ever get around to cleaning his room when Sue asks. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Click me to see the story again
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Sue doesn’t ask anymore
    Left-click your answer Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Jimmy cleans his room
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Sue doesn’t ask anymore
    Before Left-click your answer This does happen after Sue asks, but it’s not caused by her asking. So it fails the causality test. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Click me to see the story again Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Sue doesn’t ask anymore
  • Before Right. Now for the before condition.
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Sue doesn’t ask anymore
    Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Jimmy complains and screams
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Jimmy’s room is dirty
    • Jimmy doesn’t complain and scream
    Before ? Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Jimmy complains and screams
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Jimmy’s room is dirty
    • Jimmy doesn’t complain and scream
    Before Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean Left-click your answer That doesn’t happen before Sue asks, but it also fails the related outcomes test. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Jimmy complains and screams
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Jimmy’s room is dirty
    • Jimmy doesn’t complain and scream
    Before Jimmy cleans his room Left-click your answer No. That fails the related-outcomes test. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Jimmy complains and screams
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Jimmy’s room is dirty
    • Jimmy doesn’t complain and scream
    Before Jimmy’s room is dirty Yes, the room is dirty, but that fails the related outcomes test. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Jimmy complains and screams
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Jimmy’s room is dirty
    • Jimmy doesn’t complain and scream
    Before Jimmy doesn’t complain and scream Cool. Also notice that because both contingencies must pass the 60 seconds test, the behavior of the perpetrator occurs within 60 seconds of the victim. 60" Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Jimmy complains and screams
  • Before Jimmy doesn’t complain and scream
    • Jimmy hears Dawn ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Jimmy’s room is dirty
    • Jimmy doesn’t complain and scream
    What type of contingency is this?
    • Escape
    • Punishment
    • Reinforcement
    • None of the above
    Left-click your answer Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Jimmy complains and screams
    • Escape
    • Punishment
    • Reinforcement
    • None of the above
    Before Jimmy doesn’t complain and scream No, the before condition is not an aversive condition Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Jimmy complains and screams
    • Escape
    • Punishment
    • Reinforcement
    • None of the above
    Before Jimmy doesn’t complain and scream Is the after condition a reinforcer? Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Jimmy complains and screams
    • Escape
    • Punishment
    • Reinforcement
    • None of the above
    Before Jimmy doesn’t complain and scream Try again. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Jimmy complains and screams
    • Escape
    • Punishment
    • Reinforcement
    • None of the above
    Before Jimmy doesn’t complain and scream Correct. Now specify Jimmy’s contingency. Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room After Jimmy complains and screams
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  • So Sue’s asking is decreased by a punishment contingency. Sue was the one who suffers an aversive interaction with Jimmy. Is Sue the (a) victim or the (b) perpetrator ? Left-click your answer
  • So Sue’s asking is decreased by a punishment contingency. Sue was the one who suffers an aversive interaction with Jimmy. Is Sue the (a) victim or the (b) perpetrator ?
  • Before
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Jimmy has a dirty room
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    Now diagram the contingency for Jimmy’s behavior; starting with Jimmy’s behavior, of course. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Click me to see the story again Behavior ? After
  • When Sue asks Jimmy to do a tough task, like cleaning his room, Jimmy complains and even screams if she asks again. Then Sue doesn’t ask. NO WAAAAAY! You need to clean your room, Jimmy. Click me to go back Click me to go back
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Jimmy has a dirty room
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    Before Can you think of a Pink Sheet test this fails? Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Action test. Dead-man test. Click me to see the story again Behavior Jimmy has a dirty room After
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Jimmy has a dirty room
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    Before Left-click your answer No. What test does that fail? Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer The action test. Click me to see the story again Behavior Jimmy hears Sue ask After
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Jimmy has a dirty room
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    Before Left-click your answer That is something Jimmy doesn’t actually do in this sick social cycle. If he cleaned his room then that would be a healthy social cycle. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Click me to see the story again Behavior Jimmy cleans his room After
  • Before Correct. Right arrow to choose the after condition
    • Jimmy complains and screams
    • Jimmy has a dirty room
    • Jimmy hears Sue ask him to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After
    • Sue praises Jimmy
    • Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    Before Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After ?
    • Sue praises Jimmy
    • Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    Before That would also maintain his screaming, but she doesn’t praise him for it. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Sue praises Jimmy
    • Sue praises Jimmy
    • Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    Before Left-click your answer That fails the stimulus test, but he doesn’t do that anyway. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Jimmy cleans his room
    • Sue praises Jimmy
    • Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    Before Although sometimes Sue may ask twice, this is not the outcome that maintains Jimmy’s screaming. Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
  • Before Right on.
    • Sue praises Jimmy
    • Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
    • Jimmy cleans his room
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
  • Before ?
    • Jimmy has a dirty room
    • Sue wants Jimmy to clean his room
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    • Sue doesn’t hear Jimmy scream
    Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
    • Jimmy has a dirty room
    • Sue wants Jimmy to clean his room
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    • Sue doesn’t hear Jimmy scream
    Before Jimmy has a dirty room Left-click your answer No. That fails the related-outcomes test. The test says the before and after are usually opposites. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
    • Jimmy has a dirty room
    • Sue wants Jimmy to clean his room
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    • Sue doesn’t hear Jimmy scream
    Before Susie wants to go the mall Left-click your answer No. That fails stimulus test and related outcomes test. Also, with any organism we don’t say wants . Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
  • Before Sue doesn’t hear Jimmy scream That fails the related outcomes test because “hearing Jimmy scream” is not related to the outcome about asking Jimmy to clean.
    • Jimmy has a dirty room
    • Sue wants Jimmy to clean his room
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    • Sue doesn’t hear Jimmy scream
    Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room Correct. And this is an aversive condition for Jimmy.
    • Jimmy has a dirty room
    • Sue wants Jimmy to clean his room
    • Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    • Sue doesn’t hear Jimmy scream
    Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room
    • Escape
    • Punishment
    • Reinforcement
    • None of the above
    What type of contingency is this? Left-click your answer Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
    • Escape
    • Punishment
    • Reinforcement
    • None of the above
    Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room No, the after condition is not an aversive condition for Jimmy. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
    • Escape
    • Punishment
    • Reinforcement
    • None of the above
    Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room No, the after condition is not a reinforcer for Jimmy. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
    • Escape
    • Punishment
    • Reinforcement
    • None of the above
    Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room Try again. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean his room Correct.
    • Escape
    • Punishment
    • Reinforcement
    • None of the above
    Behavior Jimmy complains and screams After Sue doesn’t ask Jimmy to clean
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  • So Jimmy’s aversive behavior is maintained by an escape contingency. Jimmy’s behavior punished Sue’s request, which means he’s causing the sick social cycle. Is Jimmy the (a) victim or the (b) perpetrator ? Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer
  • So Jimmy’s aversive behavior is maintained by an escape contingency. Jimmy’s behavior punished Sue’s request, which means he’s causing the sick social cycle. Is Jimmy the (a) victim or the (b) perpetrator ?
  • Here’s the Cycle Jimmy does not complain and scream Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy complains and screams Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Escape Here’s the Sick Social Cycle Model for the two contingencies you just diagramed. Punishment
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. Whose behavior is analyzed both in a behavior box and in a before box? A. Sue’s B. Jimmy’s Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. Whose behavior is analyzed both in a behavior box and in a before box? Left-click your answer A. Sue’s B. Jimmy’s
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. Whose behavior is analyzed both in a behavior box and in a before box? A. Sue’s B. Jimmy’s Yes. Sue’s appropriate request is the aversive condition for Jimmy’s behavioral contingency.
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on Jimmy the perpetrator’s behavior? A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on Jimmy the perpetrator’s behavior? Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on Jimmy the perpetrator’s behavior? Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on Jimmy the perpetrator’s behavior? Yes, the perpetrator’s behavior is maintained by escape from aversive requests. A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on the victim’s behavior? A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on the victim’s behavior? Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on the victim’s behavior? Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on the victim’s behavior? Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on the victim’s behavior? Yes, the victim’s request is punished by the aversive behavior of the perpetrator. A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on the victim’s behavior? A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape Yes, the victim’s request is punished by the aversive behavior of the perpetrator.
    • The sick social cycle (victim’s punishment model):
    • Often aversive behavior occurs
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on the victim’s behavior? A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape Yes, the victim’s request is punished by the aversive behavior of the perpetrator.
    • The sick social cycle (victim’s punishment model):
    • Often aversive behavior occurs
    • because such behavior is reinforced
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on the victim’s behavior? A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape Yes, the victim’s request is punished by the aversive behavior of the perpetrator.
    • The sick social cycle (victim’s punishment model):
    • Often aversive behavior occurs
    • because such behavior is reinforced
    • by escape from an aversive condition imposed by another person.
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on the victim’s behavior? A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape Yes, the victim’s request is punished by the aversive behavior of the perpetrator.
    • The sick social cycle (victim’s punishment model):
    • Often aversive behavior occurs
    • because such behavior is reinforced
    • by escape from an aversive condition imposed by another person.
    • In turn, that aversive behavior
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Sue asks Jimmy to clean Jimmy does not scream Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Jimmy screams Look at the diagram. What’s the contingency on the victim’s behavior? A. Punishment B. Reinforcement C. Escape Yes, the victim’s request is punished by the aversive behavior of the perpetrator.
    • The sick social cycle (victim’s punishment model):
    • Often aversive behavior occurs
    • because such behavior is reinforced
    • by escape from an aversive condition imposed by another person.
    • In turn, that aversive behavior
    • punishes the imposing of the aversive condition by the other person
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  • As you have noticed, we actually have two different models. Jimmy and Sue fit into the Victim’s Punishment Model (VPM) because the victim’s behavior , on the bottom, is punished . Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams
  • Remember Megan and Susie? That interaction followed the Victim’s Escape Model (VEM). Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Because the victim’s behavior is controlled by an escape contingency Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine
  • Both models have the perpetrator on the top and the victim on the bottom. Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Perpetrator Perpetrator Victim Victim
  • Both models have the perpetrator on the top and the victim on the bottom. Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Escape Reinforcement Punishment Escape VPM VEM
  • Click on the contingency diagram that is the punishment contingency of the Victim’s Punishment Model. Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A B C D
  • Click on the contingency diagram that is the punishment contingency of the Victim’s Punishment Model. Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A B D C No, the victim’s contingency is always on the bottom. B C D
  • Click on the contingency diagram that is the punishment contingency of the Victim’s Punishment Model. Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go No, the victim’s contingency is always on the bottom. Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A B C D A B D
  • Click on the contingency diagram that is the punishment contingency of the Victim’s Punishment Model. Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A B C D No, the after condition must be an aversive condition. A B C
  • Click on the contingency diagram that is the punishment contingency of the Victim’s Punishment Model. Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine A B C D Right on. In the VPM, the victim acts first and the behavior is punished.
  • Click on the contingency diagram that is the reinforcement contingency of the Victim’s Escape Model. Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A B C D
  • Click on the contingency diagram that is the reinforcement contingency of the Victim’s Escape Model. Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A B C D B C D No, that’s the escape contingency of the Victim’s Punishment Model.
  • Click on the contingency diagram that is the reinforcement contingency of the Victim’s Escape Model. Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A C B D A C D No, that’s the punishment contingency of the VPM.
  • Click on the contingency diagram that is the reinforcement contingency of the Victim’s Escape Model. Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A B C D A B C No, that’s the escape contingency of the Victim’s Escape Model.
  • Click on the contingency diagram that is the reinforcement contingency of the Victim’s Escape Model. Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine A B C D Yes. The top contingency is reinforcement for the perpetrator.
  • A common mistake is to analyze an escape cycle using a punishment model. Which contingency fails the dead man test? Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie doesn’t whine Behavior Megan doesn’t say Susie can go After Susie whines Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A B C D
  • A common mistake is to analyze an escape cycle using a punishment model. Which contingency fails the dead man test? Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie doesn’t whine Behavior Megan doesn’t say Susie can go After Susie whines Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A B C D No, Susie whines is something a dead man cannot do. C B C D
  • A common mistake is to analyze an escape cycle using a punishment model. Which contingency fails the dead man test? Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie doesn’t whine Behavior Megan doesn’t say Susie can go After Susie whines Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer B C D No, Susie whines is something a dead man cannot do. A B D
  • A common mistake is to analyze an escape cycle using a punishment model. Which contingency fails the dead man test? Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie doesn’t whine Behavior Megan doesn’t say Susie can go After Susie whines Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer A B C D No, Megan says Susie can go is something a dead man cannot do. B C
  • A common mistake is to analyze an escape cycle using a punishment model. Which contingency fails the dead man test? Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie doesn’t whine Behavior Megan doesn’t say Susie can go After Susie whines Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine A B C D Yes! The common mistake would be that the non-behavior is reduced by Susie’s whining or that the non-behavior is an aversive imposition for Susie the perpetrator. So make sure your punishment model isn’t actually a victims escape cycle, as it should be here in the bottom model.
  • Before Behavior After Before Behavior ? After
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Now fill in the contingency diagram for the Victim’s Punishment Model. (Hint: We’re starting with the bottom, always the victim) Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Before Behavior After Before Behavior ? After Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer If this were the Victim’s Escape Model then the perp would act first. But not in the Victim’s Punishment Model. Now fill in the contingency diagram for the Victim’s Punishment Model. (Hint: We’re starting with the bottom, always the victim)
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Before Behavior After Before Behavior ? After Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer If this were the Victim’s Escape Model then the perp would act first. But not in the Victim’s Punishment Model. Now fill in the contingency diagram for the Victim’s Punishment Model. (Hint: We’re starting with the bottom, always the victim)
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Before Behavior After Before Behavior ? After Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer If this were the Victim’s Escape Model then the perp would act first. But not in the Victim’s Punishment Model. Now fill in the contingency diagram for the Victim’s Punishment Model. (Hint: We’re starting with the bottom, always the victim)
  • Before Behavior After Before Behavior ? After
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Wouldn’t that fail the dead-man test? Now fill in the contingency diagram for the Victim’s Punishment Model. (Hint: We’re starting with the bottom, always the victim)
  • Before Behavior After Before Behavior ? After
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Wouldn’t that fail the dead-man test? Now fill in the contingency diagram for the Victim’s Punishment Model. (Hint: We’re starting with the bottom, always the victim)
  • Before Behavior After Before Behavior ? After
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    That’s right. Now fill in the contingency diagram for the Victim’s Punishment Model. (Hint: We’re starting with the bottom, always the victim)
  • Before Behavior Jimmy cries After Jimmy doesn’t have to eat peas Before Jimmy doesn’t cry Behavior ? After Jimmy cries
    • Jimmy has to eat peas
    • Mom asks Jimmy to eat his peas
    Here’s another common mistake--only one person’s behavior is analyzed rather than two. Which so-called behavior is the common mistake (the wrong behavior)? Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer
  • Before Behavior Jimmy cries After Jimmy doesn’t have to eat peas Before Jimmy doesn’t cry Behavior ? After Jimmy cries
    • Jimmy has to eat peas
    • Mom asks Jimmy to eat his peas
    Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer This would be the correct analysis, but what would be the wrong one be? Here’s another common mistake--only one person’s behavior is analyzed rather than two. Which so-called behavior is the common mistake (the wrong behavior)?
  • Before Jimmy has to eat peas Behavior Jimmy cries After Jimmy doesn’t have to eat peas Before Jimmy doesn’t cry Behavior Jimmy has to eat peas After Jimmy cries
    • Jimmy has to eat peas
    • Mom asks Jimmy to eat his peas
    Yes, this would also fail the action and dead man tests. Here’s another common mistake--only one person’s behavior is analyzed rather than two. Which so-called behavior is the common mistake (the wrong behavior)?
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior ? After Before Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Fill in the contingency diagram. Be sure your behavior passes the dead man test. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior ? After Before Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After Fill in the contingency diagram. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer The victim does not remove his own aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior ? After Before Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After Fill in the contingency diagram. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Wouldn’t that fail the dead-man test?
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior ? After Before Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After Fill in the contingency diagram. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Wouldn’t that fail the dead-man test?
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior ? After Before Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Fill in the contingency diagram. Correct.
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior Perpetrator does avers beh After ? Before Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After Perpetrator does avers beh
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Fill in the contingency diagram. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior Perpetrator does avers beh After ? Before Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After Perpetrator does avers beh
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Fill in the contingency diagram. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer That fails the stimulus test.
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior Perpetrator does avers beh After ? Before Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After Perpetrator does avers beh
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Fill in the contingency diagram. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Doesn’t the victim stop after the perpetrator disrupts, complains, etc?
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior Perpetrator does avers beh After ? Before Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After Perpetrator does avers beh
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Fill in the contingency diagram. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer The perpetrator may stop the aversive behavior, but that’s not the outcome produced by the perpetrator’s aversive behavior. And this fails the related outcomes test.
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior Perpetrator does avers beh After ? Before Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After Perpetrator does avers beh
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Fill in the contingency diagram. Correct.
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior Perpetrator does avers beh After Victim does no aversive beh Before ? Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After Perpetrator does avers beh
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Fill in the contingency diagram. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior Perpetrator does avers beh After Victim does no aversive beh Before ? Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After Perpetrator does avers beh
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Fill in the contingency diagram. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior Perpetrator does avers beh After Victim does no aversive beh Before ? Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After Perpetrator does avers beh
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Fill in the contingency diagram. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior Perpetrator does avers beh After Victim does no aversive beh Before ? Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After Perpetrator does avers beh
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Fill in the contingency diagram. Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer
  • Before Victim does aversive beh. Behavior Perpetrator does avers beh After Victim does no aversive beh Before Perp does no avers beh Behavior Victim does aversive beh. After Perpetrator does avers beh
    • Perpetrator does inappropriate aversive behavior
    • Victim does appropriate, yet aversive behavior
    • Victim does no aversive behavior
    • Perpetrator does no aversive behavior
    Fill in the contingency diagram. Correct.
  • Sick Social Cycle-last example! Sam is throwing puzzle pieces one-by-one off the table so Sarah holds his wrist, preventing him from throwing any more. Immediately after Sarah grabs Sam’s wrist, he screams loudly and drops to the floor, causing Sarah to stop holding his wrist.
  • Before Sarah grabs Sam’s wrist Behavior Sam screams and drops After Sarah does not hold Sam’s wrist Before Sam does not scream and drop Behavior Sarah grabs Sam’s wrist After Sam screams and drops Sarah grabs Sam’s wrist Sam does not scream and drop Sarah does not hold Sam’s wrist Sam screams and drops Look at the diagram. Which kind of diagram is this? A. Victim’s Escape Model B. Victim’s Punishment Model Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer
  • Before Sarah grabs Sam’s wrist Behavior Sam screams and drops After Sarah does not hold Sam’s wrist Before Sam does not scream and drop Behavior Sarah grabs Sam’s wrist After Sam screams and drops Sarah grabs Sam’s wrist Sam does not scream and drop Sarah does not hold Sam’s wrist Sam screams and drops Look at the diagram. Which kind of diagram is this? A. Victim’s Escape Model B. Victim’s Punishment Model Left-click your answer Left-click your answer Left-click your answer No, the VEM would have an escape contingency on the bottom.
  • Before Sarah grabs Sam’s wrist Behavior Sam screams and drops After Sarah does not hold Sam’s wrist Before Sam does not scream and drop Behavior Sarah grabs Sam’s wrist After Sam screams and drops Sarah grabs Sam’s wrist Sam does not scream and drop Sarah does not hold Sam’s wrist Sam screams and drops Look at the diagram. Which kind of diagram is this? A. Victim’s Escape Model B. Victim’s Punishment Model Correct. Sarah’s grabbing is punished.
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Escape Reinforcement Punishment Escape VPM VEM
  • Before Sue asks Jimmy to clean Behavior Jimmy screams After Sue does not ask Jimmy to clean Before Jimmy does not scream Behavior Sue asks Jimmy to clean After Jimmy screams Before Megan doesn’t say Susie can go Behavior Susie whines After Megan says Susie can go Before Susie whines Behavior Megan says Susie can go After Susie doesn’t whine Escape Reinforcement Punishment Escape VPM VEM