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Creating a Behavior Management Plan: Steps & Behavioral Changes

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You set a goal to exercise more to lose weight. During your workout at the gym you write down the machines that you used, along with the pounds of weight that you lifted and the number of repetitions. This is an example of which of the following?

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1. You set a goal to exercise more to lose weight. At the beginning of the month, you were losing one to two pounds per week, but now your weight loss has plateaued. You decide to dedicate some time to review your exercise journal to see if you can determine any particular patterns that are emerging. This is known as what step in the behavior management plan?

2. Once you have set a goal to exercise more to lose weight and reviewed your journal during the past month following an initial weight loss plateau, you decide to join a group at your local gym that does circuit training together three times a week. You feel that perhaps working out on your own is boring and the individuals in this group may be just the motivation you need in order to jump start your workout and weight loss again. You are _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

To answer the questions on this quiz and worksheet, you'll need a solid understanding of types of goals. Each question will list examples of goals, and you'll need to choose the example that matches with a given goal type.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Test yourself on identifying examples of the following:

  • Specific goals
  • Measurable goals
  • Attainable goals
  • Realistic goals
  • Goals with appropriate time-frames

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on plans to manage behavior
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding how to assess whether a goal is realistic and interpret it correctly
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about attainable goals

Additional Learning

The accompanying lesson titled Creating a Behavior Management Plan: Steps & Behavioral Changes will provide more details. This lesson covers the following objectives:

  • Understand the purpose of monitoring and analyzing your behavior prior to setting goals
  • Review the meaning of SMART as it relates to goals
  • Know how to devise a plan of action
  • Explore an example of the behavior management process
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