Overall guide to measuring behaviour
Applied Behaviour Analysis uses an individualised approach for every child.
This form is designed to initially record baseline information for inappropriate, challenging, or problematic behaviours.
Using thebehaviour frequency graphs above, plot the number of times a behaviour occurs on the “Behaviour Frequency” axis or Y axis (perpendicular).
Duration data collection sheets are used to record the amount of time a child engages in a particular behaviour
This form is designed to initially record baseline information for inappropriate, challenging or problematic behaviours.
A frequency tally chart is useful for measuring how often a behaviour occurs over a given period.
The frequency of behaviour is the number of times that behaviour has occurred.
The scatterplot is used to count the occurrences of a specific behaviour in half-hour segments throughout a specific day.
An interresponse time data collection sheet is used to record the time between the occurrencesof target behaviours.
The time between an instruction and the initiation of the desired behaviour.
A latency data collection sheet is used to record the amount of time between an instruction and the initiation of the desired behaviour.
Advanced Measurement of Behaviour Support Sheet