A Practical Guide to Functional Behavioral Assessment

Shippen, Margaret E.; Simpson, Robert G.; Crites, Steven A.
May 2003
Teaching Exceptional Children;May/Jun2003, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p36
Academic Journal
Presents a practical guide to functional behavioral assessment (FBA). Factors contributing to the successful development of the FBA; Ways to find out what is prompting the student to misbehave; Relationship of FBA to a Behavioral Intervention Plan.


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