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(p. 58) Assessment Strategies II 

(p. 58) Assessment Strategies II
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(p. 58) Assessment Strategies II
Author(s):

Rosemary Flanagan

and Jeff A. Miller

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195386325.003.0004
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date: 27 October 2020

Chapter 4 defines and discusses the problem-solving methodology for academic and behavioral problems, explains these research-driven behavioral methods, their link to intervention, and the implications for case conceptualization and reflective practice, explores assessment that meets the demand characteristics of the referral question and the implications for case conceptualization and reflective practice, and provides information on curriculum-based assessment and functional behavioral assessment, as these types of assessment are applications of the problem-solving model.

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