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<ul><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p>Fourth Edition Task List </p><p>Behavior Analyst Certification Board </p><p>Fourth Edition Task List </p><p>Translation for Simplified Chinese </p><p>Translation provided by: </p><p>Shan Lin </p><p>Disclaimer: </p><p>These third-party translations are offered as a general reference. Nuances in translations may impact </p><p>the selection of terminology. The BACB does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy of translated </p><p>versions of BACB documents. : BACB BACB </p><p>Introduction The BACB Fourth Edition Task List is organized in three major sections: </p><p>BACB : I. The first section, Basic Behavior Analytic Skills, covers tasks that a </p><p>practicing behavior analyst will perform with some, but probably not all, </p><p>clients. These tasks represent basic, commonly used skills and procedures. II. The second section, Client-Centered Responsibilities, includes tasks related </p><p>to working with all clients and they should apply to most situations. </p></li><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p> III. The third section, Foundational Knowledge, covers concepts that should </p><p>have been mastered prior to entering practice as a behavior analyst. The </p><p>topics listed in this section are not tasks that a practitioner would perform; </p><p>instead they are basic concepts that must be understood in order to perform </p><p>the tasks included in the first two sections. This list is provided mainly as a resource for instructors and a study tool for candidates. </p><p>Candidates for the BCBA and BCaBA credentials should have a thorough understanding </p><p>of these topics. BCBA BCaBA </p><p>All of the questions on the BCBA and BCaBA examinations are linked to the tasks listed </p><p>under Basic Behavior Analytic Skills and Client-Centered Responsibilities. Each </p><p>examination form will contain one or two questions evaluating candidate knowledge of </p><p>every task from these two sections. The topics listed in the Foundational Knowledge </p><p>section will not be directly assessed with a specific number of questions; however, they </p><p>may be indirectly assessed through questions about related tasks. For example, a test </p><p>question about the Client-Centered Responsibility task J-11 Program for stimulus and </p><p>response generalization might cover Foundational Knowledge item 36 Define and </p><p>provide examples of response generalization or item 37 Define and provide examples </p><p>of stimulus generalization. BCBA BCaBA </p></li><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p> J-11 / 36 / 37 / </p><p>Ethics and Professional Conduct are subsumed within each section of the task list. The </p><p>BACB Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts is an essential </p><p>companion document to the task list. BACB certificants must practice in compliance </p><p>with this code. Candidates are expected to have a complete understanding of this </p><p>document, including but not limited to, the importance of ethical conduct as it relates to </p><p>professional practice of the tasks identified in the Fourth Edition Task List. As a result, </p><p>questions addressing ethical issues related to specific tasks will appear on the </p><p>examination. BACB BACB </p></li><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p>Section I : Basic Behavior Analytic Skills </p><p>A. A-01 A-02 A-03 A-04 / A-05 (IRT) A-06 A-07 / A-08 / A-09 A-10 A-11 A-12 (:) A-13 (: ,/) A-14 </p><p>B. B-01 Baer, Wolf, &amp; Risley 1968/ B-02 B-03 // B-04 B-05 </p></li><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p>B-06 B-07 B-08 B-09 / B-10 // B-11 / </p><p>C. C-01 / C-02 C-03 / </p><p>D. / D-01 // D-02 / D-03 // D-04 D-05 D-06 / D-07 / D-08 / D-09 / D-10 /(echoic) D-11 mand </p></li><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p>D-12 tact D-13 intraverbal D-14 D-15 D-16 D-17 D-18 / D-19 // D-20 /(/) D-21 /() </p><p>E. E-01 : E-02 E-03 E-04 E-05 E-06 / E-07 E-08 E-09 E-10 / </p></li><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p>E-11 // E-12 E-13 </p><p>F. F-01 F-02 / F-03 F-04 F-05 F-06 F-07 F-08 / </p><p>Section II : Client-Centered Responsibilities </p><p>G. //// G-01 G-02 / G-03 / G-04 G-05 () G-06 / G-07 </p></li><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p> G-08 </p><p>H. H-01 H-02 H-03 / H-04 H-05 /( </p><p>I. //// I-01 I-02 / I-03 / I-04 / I-05 I-06 I-07 / </p><p>J. //// J-01 / J-02 // J-03 // J-04 / </p></li><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p>J-05 / J-06 / J-07 / J-08 // J-09 J-10 J-11 / J-12 J-13 / J-14 () J-15 </p><p>K. K-01 K-02 / K-03 / K-04 / K-05 K-06 K-07 K-08 K-09 </p></li><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p>K-10 </p></li><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p>Section III : Foundational Knowledge </p><p> Explain and behave in accordance with the philosophical assumptions of behavior </p><p>analysis: :::: FK-01 lawfulness of behavior FK-02 selectionism (phylogenic, ontogenic, cultural) () FK-03 Determinism FK-04 FK-05 FK-06 Pragmatism FK-07 environmental explanations of behavior (as opposed to mentalistic) () FK-08 Distinguish between radical behaviorism, methodological behaviorism and </p><p>structuralism. FK-09 Distinguish among the conceptual analysis of behavior, experimental analysis of </p><p>behavior, applied behavior analysis, and behavioral technologies. Define and provide examples of: :::: FK-10 behavior, response, response class FK-11 environment, stimulus and stimulus class FK-12 FK-13 respondent relations (US, UR) FK-14 (CS, CR) FK-15 FK-16 respondent - operant interactions - FK-17 unconditioned reinforcement FK-18 () FK-19 unconditioned punishment FK-20 conditioned punishment FK-21 schedules of reinforcement and punishment FK-22 </p></li><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p>FK-23 automatic contingencies (conditioning occurring in the absence of contrived </p><p>contingencies) () FK-24 stimulus control (Sdelta/S-, Sd/S+) ( Sdelta/S- Sd/S+) FK-25 multiple effects of a single stimulus FK-26 unconditioned motivating operations FK-27 conditioned motivating operations FK-28 transitive, reflexive, surrogate motivating operations FK-29 distinguish between Sd &amp; MO Sd MO FK-30 distinguish between MO &amp; reinforcement effects MO FK-31 behavioral contingencies FK-32 FK-33 functional relations FK-34 conditional discriminations FK-35 () ( FK-36 response generalization / FK-37 FK-38 FK-39 FK-40 FK-41 FK-42 rule-governed behavior Distinguish between verbal and non-verbal operants: :::: FK-43 echoics and imitation / FK-44 FK-45 () FK-46 Intraverbals Measurement Concepts FK-47 Identify the measurable dimensions of behavior (e.g., rate, duration, latency, or inter-</p><p>response times). () FK-48 State the advantages and disadvantages of using continuous measurement procedures </p></li><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p>and discontinuous measurement procedures (e.g., partial- and whole-interval recording, </p><p>momentary time sampling). () </p><p>Copyright 2012 by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB</p><p>), all rights reserved. </p><p>Unauthorized reproduction, copying or transmission in any mdium is strictly prohibited. (BACB) 2012 </p></li><li><p> 2012 Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB), all rights reserved. </p><p>The trademarks Behavior Analyst Certification Board,</p><p> Inc.. BACB</p><p>, Board Certified Behavior </p><p>Analyst, BCBA</p><p>, Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst</p><p>, and BCaBA</p><p>, are owned by the </p><p>Behavior Analyst Certification Board. Unauthorized use or misrepresentation is strictly prohibited. Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. 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