Behavior Analysis focuses on the principles that explain how learning takes place. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) uses these principles to bring about meaningful and positive change to behavior. The teaching methods of ABA have been well researched and shown to be effective in creating behavior changes. Positive reinforcement, among other principles, is applied to create increases in desirable behavior (language, play, communication) and decreases in problematic behaviors (tantrums, aggression, self-stimulatory behaviors).
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