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Jumps and Turns

Page history last edited by Regina Claypool-Frey 10 years, 7 months ago

 

Change Effects, i.e., Frequency Jumps & Celeration Turns

NOTE 4/21/07--this information is currently being edited and is subject to correction

 

Roughly speaking change effects describe the effect of introducing

an intervention or change to intervention which constitutes a phase change

or a DOES in response to the IS conditions.(IS/DOES)

 

Jump is a change of frequency:increase or decrease that does not return to the previous frequency.

Turn is a change of celeration: increase or decrease that does not return to the previous celeration.

 

These changes are relatively stable, unlike Outliers or Bounce.

 

    change change  
    freq. celeration Images © J.W. Eshleman 2002.
Jump Up Turn Up multiply multiply
Jump Up No Turn multiply no change
Jump Up Turn Down multiply divide
No Jump Turn Up no change multiply
No Jump No Turn no change no change
No Jump Turn Down no change divide insert PICTURE
Jump Down Turn Up divide multiply
Jump Down No Turn divide no change
Jump Down Turn Down divide divide

 

 

8/26/07

John W. Eshleman, Ed.D, BCBA has put together a nice description of

frequency jumps and celeration turns in his Blog,

Standard Celeration Charting, including example illustrations!

Check out Dr. Eshleman's discussion, here

 

6/27/07

Interesting online tutorial on SCC analysis, including jumps and turns

by Rick Kubina, Ph.D., BCBA

Precision Teaching Blog

Standard Celeration Chart analysis

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

 

Accompanying video

NOTE: I found it helpful while listening to the presentation to open the blog entry in a SEPARATE window so that I could see the video, and have the larger chart blowup from the blog to examine while Rick was giving the video. 

 

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Reference:

$ Graf,S. and Lindsley, O. (2002).

Ch. 5, Jumps and Turns, pp. 41-49.

Ch.13, Experimental Design and Change Effects, pp.121-144

Standard Celeration Charting 2002. Youngstown, OH: Graf Implements.

Available at the Behavior Research Company and Behavior Development Solutions

Note: Page 144 lists papers from the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (JABA), which illustrate the various change effects.

 

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