Write Your Discussion Post Follow all of the below instructions: Cite 1 source
Write Your Discussion Post Follow all of the below instructions: Cite 1 source from the BACB Ethics code (provided for you in attached section) Ctie 1 source that is ABA psychology related outside of the BACB Ethics code Write the BACB ethics code in a direct citation, but the source (that is not the BACB ethics code) in a paraphrased citation. Have all your writing be thorough and detailed in thought that reflects the mindset of a Behavior Analyst / the writing of ABA Psychology in context. Responsibility to Supervisees and Trainees and Responsibility in Public Statements In Weeks 6 and 7, we look at a behavior analyst’s responsibility as a supervisor and responsibility to public statements. Choose one of the three scenarios below and answer the following (please put in the subject line which scenario you are discussing): Describe how you would handle the scenario. Discuss how the scenario meets or violates the specific ethics codes. Scenario 1 In our district, there is a BCBA who charges the school district and other agencies a lot of money for providing services to children with autism—and I mean a lot of money. He tells people who are more than just a BCBA that he is one of the very few behavior analysts in the country nationally certified as a “Behavior Analyst for Verbal Behavior.” What should I do about this? I am not inclined to approach him and would rather deal with someone else.(Bailey & Burch, 2016, p. 269) Scenario 2 A group of local behavior analysts gets together quarterly for a continuing education presentation followed by a group social and informal dinner. One of the members of our group is the owner of a large consulting firm. At a recent dinner, he mentioned that on Saturday morning, he was having some parents of clients come to the office to have their photos taken for his new web page. “We’ll have a statement from each one about the great things we did for their child,” he said. Someone at the table told him that behavior analysts were not supposed to solicit testimonials. His response was that doctors, dentists, and other professionals did this and that there was no problem as long as the parents could choose to not participate. Was he wrong about this? Is there any situation under which testimonials would be acceptable? He said what he was doing was not what the Code referred to in the section on testimonials. (Bailey & Burch, 2016, p. 272) Scenario 3 Share your own scenario relevant to a specific ethics code from Section 5 of the “Ethics Codes for Behavior Analysts.” Reference Bailey, J. S., & Burch, M. R. (2016). Ethics for behavior analysts (3rd ed.). Routledge.

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