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    The Disadvantages of Applied Behavior Analysis

    by Alia Butler
    Applied behavior analysis is a type of behavior management therapy used in the treatment of autism, reports technique focuses on the use of rewards and positive reinforcement to teach new and desirable behaviors. Applied behavioral therapy has shown success in eliminating problem ...
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