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Exam BCBA topic 1 question 4 discussion

Actual exam question from BACB's BCBA
Question #: 4
Topic #: 1
[All BCBA Questions]

When asked why a certain behavior happened, the behavior analyst states that the behavior "came out of nowhere." If the behavior analyst meant what he said, he is violating the assumption of __________________.

  • A. Philosophical doubt
  • B. Determinism
  • C. Technological
  • D. Being conceptually systematic
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2 weeks ago
yes definitely should be Determinism
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3 months ago
Who’s answering these questions? This is not philosophical doubt-that’s the simplest explanation. Determinism is the correct answer As it states that behavior is due to cause and effect, and happens for a reason.
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1 year, 7 months ago
It's Determinism-the assumption the universe is a lawful and orderly place where phenomena occur in relation to other events, not accidental. Not, Philosophical doubt- truthfulness of all scientific theory should be continually questioned.
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2 years ago
The correct answer is Determinism. Nothing comes out of nowhere
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1 year, 10 months ago
I agree.
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