functional analysis


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functional analysis

(in psychiatry) a type of therapy that traces the sequence of events involved in producing and maintaining undesirable behavior.
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The question addressed by this study was whether there was a difference between two teacher implemented self-management interventions based on brief functional analysis for a typically developing child.
What distinguishes his textbook on functional analysis and its applications from all others, says Ciarlet, is that it assembles in a single volume the most basic theorems of linear and of nonlinear functional analysis and simultaneouslyillustrates their wide applicability with an abundance of examples.
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For example, certain functional analysis conditions may be added or omitted based on the common antecedent and consequent conditions observed in the natural environment.
Definite progress has been made to increase the portability of experimental functional analysis procedures from clinical settings to school settings (Broussard, & Northrup, 1995; Northrup et al.
The main design methods comprised in holistic design model are Quality Function Deployment (QFD), Functional Analysis (FA), Theory of Inventive Problems Solving (TRIZ), Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA).
In one, Kearney and Vecchio address the value of functional analysis as a tool for specifying the conditions under which symptoms of selective mutism are observed.
Because functional analysis via genotype-phenotype studies or by animal models is costly, reducing the number of sites (from an average of 34) is a major consideration in effective study design.
It allows for the defining of multiple problems based on functional assessment and functional analysis of behavior with goals that are meaningful and measurable.
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