Ressurgência comportamental e estratégias de mitigação: Uma revisão de literatura no Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis

  • Gabriel Henderson Soares Rolim
  • Pedro H. Carvalho
Palavras-chave: ressurgência, recaída, pesquisa básica, pesquisa aplicada

Resumo

Comportamentos que eram frequentes no passado, mas que deixaram de ocorrer, podem reaparecer sob condições específicas no presente. Ressurgência comportamental é um dos procedimentos experimentais para estudar o fenômeno da recaída. Por sua relevância clínica, é de suma importância compreender quais variáveis afetam a sua ocorrência. O presente artigo tem como objetivo o levantamento e análise das publicações realizadas no Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis entre 2015 a abril de 2020 sobre ressurgência, buscando investigar as principais aplicações das descobertas da pesquisa básica e aplicada sobre este fenômeno, identificando os aprimoramentos que uma intervenção comportamental deve seguir para torná-la mais eficaz. Em geral, os resultados sugerem generalizar do contexto terapêutico ao contexto natural do cliente, prolongar o tratamento gradativamente, preparar o cliente para o término do tratamento e ensinar múltiplas formas de comportamento adequado. Todos esses fatores podem mitigar a ressurgência comportamental.

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Publicado
2021-10-07
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Rolim, G. H. S. ., & Carvalho, P. H. . (2021). Ressurgência comportamental e estratégias de mitigação: Uma revisão de literatura no Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. Perspectivas Em Análise Do Comportamento, 12(1). https://doi.org/10.18761/PAC2021.ago310821
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Análise do Comportamento Aplicada