Skills Matrix

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Section I:

Basic Behavior Analytic Skills

The first section covers tasks that a practicing behavior analyst will perform with some, but probably not all, clients. These tasks represent basic, commonly used skills and procedures.

A. Measurement​

B. Experimental Design

C. Behavior Change Considerations

D. Fundamental Elements of Behavior Change

E. Specific Change Procedures

F. Behavior Change Systems

Section II:

Client-Centered Responsibilities

The second section includes tasks related to working with all clients and they should apply in most applied situations.

G. Identification of the Problem

H. Measurement

I. Assessment

J. Intervention

K. Implementation, Management, and Supervision

Section III:

Foundational Knowledge

The third section covers concepts that should have been mastered prior to entering practice as a behavior analyst. The topics listed in this section are not tasks that a practitioner would perform; instead, they are basic concepts that must be understood in order to perform tasks included in the first two sections.

01-09: Explain a Behavior in Accordance with the Philosophical Assumptions of Behavior Analysis

10-42: Define and Provide Examples of

43-46: Distinguish Between the Verbal Operants

47-48: Measurement Concepts

Section IV:

Additional ABA Skills

This section lists important topics related to ABA that are not explicitly referenced on the task list. Feel free to add any skill set here.

  • ACT

  • Advanced Skill Acquisition

  • Social Skills

  • Crisis Management

  • Public Speaking

  • OBM

  • Theory of Mind

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