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Smith et al (2012) Multiple Respondent Anecdotal Assessments_ An Analysis - 2 units
We evaluated interrater agreement across multiple respondents on anecdotal assessments andWe evaluated interrater agreement across multiple respondents on anecdotal assessments andcompared cases in which agreement was obtained with outcomes of functional analyses.Experiment 1 evaluated agreement among multiple respondents on the function of problembehavior for 27 individuals across 42 target behaviors using the Motivation Assessment Scale(MAS) and the Questions about Behavioral Function (QABF). Results showed that at least 4 of5 respondents agreed on the primary maintaining consequence for 52% (22 of 42) of targetbehaviors with the MAS and 57% (24 of 42) with the QABF. Experiment 2 examinedcorrespondence between the anecdotal assessment results and functional analysis results for 7individuals for whom at least 4 of 5 respondents showed agreement in Experiment 1.Correspondence with functional analysis results was observed in 6 of 7 cases with the QABF andin 4 of 7 cases with the MAS. Implications of these outcomes for the utility of anecdotalassessments are discussed.
Andrea Stayton, M.S., BCBA
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