Use the links to read the chapters in the videos to answer the questions
1. Review the Association for Behavior Analysis International’s position statement on restraint and seclusion (2010). In your opinion, based on the statement would it be considered ethical to include restraint or seclusion as options within the treatment of our clientele?
2. What is Habilitation according to Bannerman, Sheldon, Sherman and Harchik (1990)? How do the authors suggest finding a balance between respecting personal liberties and habilitation?
3. What do Reid, Rosswurm and Rotholz (2018) identify as challenges in defining “dignity”? What suggestions do they provide for behavior analysts working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities?
4. Describe one of the rights identified by Van Houten, Axelrod, Bailey, Favell, Foxx, Iwata and Lovaas (1998). How might you take this right into consideration when working with your own clients?
5. Wolf (1978) describes the importance of social validity within the practice of behavior analysis. Describe one kind of social validity mentioned by Wolf and how this might still be relevant to our work today?