Cusp behaviors are chosen as goals when possible. They are behaviors that significantly expand a client’s repertoire to new settings, new contingencies and new stimulus controls. Learning to read is a cusp behavior that gains access to a whole set of new learning opportunities, for example. Also, a baby learning to crawl is a behavioral cusp. This skill allows the baby to access the world in a whole new way.
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