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To date, there is no consensus regarding the necessary and sufficient conditions for training school personnel to carry out a successful FBA (Waguespack, Vaccaro, & Continere, 2006).
ego nullum puto tam magnum tormentum esse quam continere.
Behavior analysts are also able to provide assessment-driven treatment approaches, to design therapeutic environments that support the learning of appropriate replacement behaviors and to facilitate typical development rather than psychopathology (Mildon, Moore, & Dixon, 2004; Waguespack, Vaccaro, & Continere, 2006; Boelter, Wacker, & Call, 2007; Hagopian, Bruzek, & Bowman, 2007).
However, individualized interventions such as those derived from functional assessments are time and resource intensive (Waguespack, Vaccaro, & Continere, 2006).
Quod si Juliae marronae prudentissime longior vita data esset, Pompeium et Cesarem in amore continere ac mirigare potuisset.
22) "Viditur autem et civitates continere amicitia.
The 1997 re-authorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) required that students (including teenagers) with significant behavioral difficulties be provided assistance (Waguespack, Vaccaro, & Continere, 2006).
Quam quia non nisi pietatem continere conspexi, nichil etiam fuerit a pietate alienum si eam hoc in loco inseramus, vt qui fuerint studiosi Pauli (debent etiam Christiani omnes) legant et etiam consolentur legentes.
21 Epistolae, 1515, 218r: "Ethic Epistolae Pauli ad Philemonem finis, quam et aliqui vix tribuere Paulo voluerunt, quia minus seria visa sit et modicam continere institutionem.