This widely used manual shows how to increase desirable behaviors by using techniques such as shaping, prompting, fading, modeling, backward chaining, and graduated guidance. It offers specific guidelines for arranging and managing the learning environment as well as standards for evaluating and maintaining success. Exercises, review questions, and numerous examples are included. The book is written for special educators, aides, residential staff, and those responsible for designing or evaluating behavioral programs. Often adopted as a supplementary college text.