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    Fourth Edition Task List

    Behavior Analyst Certification Board

    Fourth Edition Task List

    Translation for Simplified Chinese

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    Shan Lin

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    Introduction The BACB Fourth Edition Task List is organized in three major sections:

    BACB : I. The first section, Basic Behavior Analytic Skills, covers tasks that a

    practicing behavior analyst will perform with some, but probably not all,

    clients. These tasks represent basic, commonly used skills and procedures. II. The second section, Client-Centered Responsibilities, includes tasks related

    to working with all clients and they should apply to most situations.

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    III. The third section, Foundational Knowledge, covers concepts that should

    have been mastered prior to entering practice as a behavior analyst. The

    topics listed in this section are not tasks that a practitioner would perform;

    instead they are basic concepts that must be understood in order to perform

    the tasks included in the first two sections. This list is provided mainly as a resource for instructors and a study tool for candidates.

    Candidates for the BCBA and BCaBA credentials should have a thorough understanding

    of these topics. BCBA BCaBA

    All of the questions on the BCBA and BCaBA examinations are linked to the tasks listed

    under Basic Behavior Analytic Skills and Client-Centered Responsibilities. Each

    examination form will contain one or two questions evaluating candidate knowledge of

    every task from these two sections. The topics listed in the Foundational Knowledge

    section will not be directly assessed with a specific number of questions; however, they

    may be indirectly assessed through questions about related tasks. For example, a test

    question about the Client-Centered Responsibility task J-11 Program for stimulus and

    response generalization might cover Foundational Knowledge item 36 Define and

    provide examples of response generalization or item 37 Define and provide examples

    of stimulus generalization. BCBA BCaBA

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    J-11 / 36 / 37 /

    Ethics and Professional Conduct are subsumed within each section of the task list. The

    BACB Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts is an essential

    companion document to the task list. BACB certificants must practice in compliance

    with this code. Candidates are expected to have a complete understanding of this

    document, including but not limited to, the importance of ethical conduct as it relates to

    professional practice of the tasks identified in the Fourth Edition Task List. As a result,

    questions addressing ethical issues related to specific tasks will appear on the

    examination. BACB BACB

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    Section I : Basic Behavior Analytic Skills

    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

    B. B-01 Baer, Wolf, & Risley 1968/ B-02 B-03 // B-04 B-05

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    B-06 B-07 B-08 B-09 / B-10 // B-11 /

    C. C-01 / C-02 C-03 /

    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

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    D-12 tact D-13 intraverbal D-14 D-15 D-16 D-17 D-18 / D-19 // D-20 /(/) D-21 /()

    E. E-01 : E-02 E-03 E-04 E-05 E-06 / E-07 E-08 E-09 E-10 /

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    E-11 // E-12 E-13

    F. F-01 F-02 / F-03 F-04 F-05 F-06 F-07 F-08 /

    Section II : Client-Centered Responsibilities

    G. //// G-01 G-02 / G-03 / G-04 G-05 () G-06 / G-07

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    G-08

    H. H-01 H-02 H-03 / H-04 H-05 /(

    I. //// I-01 I-02 / I-03 / I-04 / I-05 I-06 I-07 /

    J. //// J-01 / J-02 // J-03 // J-04 /

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    J-05 / J-06 / J-07 / J-08 // J-09 J-10 J-11 / J-12 J-13 / J-14 () J-15

    K. K-01 K-02 / K-03 / K-04 / K-05 K-06 K-07 K-08 K-09

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    K-10

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    Section III : Foundational Knowledge

    Explain and behave in accordance with the philosophical assumptions of behavior

    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

    structuralism. FK-09 Distinguish among the conceptual analysis of behavior, experimental analysis of

    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

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    FK-23 automatic contingencies (conditioning occurring in the absence of contrived

    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 & MO Sd MO FK-30 distinguish between MO & 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-

    response times). () FK-48 State the advantages and disadvantages of using continuous measurement procedures

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    and discontinuous measurement procedures (e.g., partial- and whole-interval recording,

    momentary time sampling). ()

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