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The method of reinforcing successive approximations in order to teach a behavior has been found to be effective in both humans and animals. We have already discussed, in detail, about Shaping and process of Shaping in the previous article. Here, we will thoroughly study the examples of shaping of behavior

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In his book, Science and Human Behavior B.F. Skinner (1953) described shaping by creating an analogy: "Operant conditioning shapes behavior as a sculptor shapes a lump of clay...The final product seems to have a special unity or integrity of design, but we cannot find a point at which this suddenly appears.

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Shaping The practice of shaping (also known as "successive approximation") is not, in and of itself, a method for managing inappropriate behavior. Instead, it is a method that assists you in setting goals for the behavior of a certain student. Shaping will provide guidance and direction for your behavior change program, and will help you assess its effectiveness.

www.bbbautism.com/aba_shaping_and_chaining.htm

SHAPING AND CHAINING SHAPING DEFINED: If a behavior never occurs, we say that it is not in the person’s repertoire. Shaping is a way of adding behaviors to a person’s repertoire. Shaping is used when the target behavior does not yet exist. In shaping, what is reinforced is some approximation of the target behavior.

www.verywellfamily.com/shaping-behavior-one-step-at-a-time-1095014

Get your child to behave better by shaping his behavior one small step at a time as he learns new skills. ... Shape Your Child's Behavior One Step at a Time Discipline kids by teaching new skills incrementally. By Amy Morin, ... Praise is a great way to shape a child’s behavior. For example, ...

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Shaping is the reinforcement of successive approximations of a target behavior. Shaping is a way of adding a new behavior to a child’s repertoire. Shaping is used when the target behavior does not exist. In shaping, you are rewarding any behavior that is a closer approximation of the target behavior than the behavior you rewarded last.

sites.google.com/site/thebcbas/aba-toolbox/shaping

Shaping = a process used in teaching in which a behavior or skill is gradually taught by differentially reinforcing successive approximations to the behavior that the teacher wants to create.. When shaping, the teacher uses his/her knowledge of the child and their behaviors and the skill in which they desire to teach.

www.shapingbehaviors.com

At Shaping Behavior, the Autism Program has been developed to help families with loved ones diagnosed with Autism, PPD or Asperger’s Syndrome. This program has been developed by Board Certified Behavior Analysts and utilizes principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to change behavior.

www.thoughtco.com/shaping-a-teaching-technique-3110876

Shaping is a technique that arose from behaviorism, a field of psychology established by B.F. Skinner and based on the relationship between behaviors and their reinforcement. Skinner believed that behaviors need to be reinforced by specific preferred items or food, but can be also paired with social reinforcement like praise.

www.autism-help.org/intervention-applied-behavioral-analysis.htm

INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS. by Barry K. Morris B.ScWk Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a process of studying and modifying behavior. It has been rigorously tested and is effective for many individuals with Autism and other developmental disorders. It changes the environment and monitors changed responses from the person, to ...