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15 April, 06:59

You are a new BCBA and your supervisor assigns a new case that is a young adult who was referred for shoplifting. The oldest client you have worked with is nine and you have not worked with anyone who shoplifts. What is the best next step?

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  1. 15 April, 07:59
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    Research and Development (R & D)

    Explanation:

    In the case narrated in the question, the best next step and the most advisable step is to carry out a due diligence research on the process and procedure individuals who posses or are among the BCBA have used to handle such case for those who have handled such case.

    For the sake of clarity, BCBA simply means Board Certified Behavior Analyst.

    To actually be certified as a behaviour analyst in the first place, your must be a good research ad development analyst and also meticulous.

    So going back to the question, the best next step to take is to identify individuals in the bcba category who have handled such case as shoplifting behaviour within the age bracket and do a proper research on the process and procedure used.
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