You will learn:
1. How to identify obstacles that interfere with problem definition and procedures in chain analyses.
2. How to conceptualize and define antecedents and consequences associated with ineffective behaviors (e.g., self-injury) from a behavioral standpoint.
3. How to generate and implement solution analyses to remediate ineffective behaviors.
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