Functional-Assessment-Based Behavior Support Planning: Research to Practice to Research

Sugai, George; Horner, Robert H.; Sprague, Jeffrey R.
May 1999
Behavioral Disorders;May99, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p253
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of functional analysis (FA) in understanding the relationship between problem behavior and environmental events and factors. Background on FA; Importance of FA; Suggestions for research.


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