7 Dimensions of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
G – Generality (AKA Generalization): Refers to the behavior changes that occurs across locations, across people.
E – Effective: The extent to which changes in the target behaviors result in the noticeable changes in reasons those behaviors were selected for change originally.
T – Technological: Refer to study in applied behavior analysis when all its procedures are identified and described in sufficient details that it could be replicated with the same results.
A – Analytical (AKA Functional Relation): The matter is believability. When the experiment shows a functional relationship between the manipulative events and the targeted behavior.
C – Conceptually Systematic: All procedures used should be tied to the basic principles of behavior analysis from which they were derived.
A – Applied: ABA improves socially significant behaviors, overall quality of life of the client and the significant others.
B – Behavioral: Measurable and observable events. (Something that could be seen and measured).