1. Introduction to Behavior Modification. 2. Observing and Recording Behavior. 3. Graphing Behavior and Measuring Change. 4. Reinforcement. 5. Extinction. 6. Punishment. 7. Stimulus Control: Discrimination and Generalization. 8. Respondent Conditioning. 9. Shaping. 10. Prompting and Transfer of Stimulus Control. 11. Chaining. 12. Behavioral Skills Training Procedures. 13. Understanding Problem Behaviors through Functioning Assessments. 14. Applying Extinction. 15. Differential Reinforcement. 16. Antecedent Control Procedures. 17. Using Punishment: Time-out and Response Cost. 18. Positive Punishment Procedures and the Ethics of Punishment. 19. Promoting Generalization. 20. Self-Management. 21. Habit Reversal Procedures. 22. The Token Economy. 23. Behavioral Contracts. 24. Fear and Anxiety Reduction Procedures. 25. Cognitive Behavior Modifications.
Raymond G. Miltenberger received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 1985 from Western Michigan University. He is currently a professor and director of the Applied Behavior Analysis Program at the University of South Florida. Dr. Miltenberger conducts applied behavior analysis research with his students and publishes widely in the areas of sports and fitness, functional assessment and treatment of behavioral disorders, and self-protection skills training. He utilizes behavior modification in clinical work with children and individuals with intellectual disability.