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Applied behavior analysis is the process of systematically apply interventions based on the principles of the theory of learning, to improve social behavior to a significant degree, and to demonstrate that the interventions employed are responsible for the improvement in the behavior. Specifically the applied behavior analysis, involves the principles of learning theory. That is to say, the use of the quota of reinforcement and other important principles to improve behaviors, generalize learned behaviors or reduce unwanted behaviors. ABA has been used to help individuals to acquire many different skills, such as language skills, self-help skills, and play skills; in addition, these principles can help decrease adaptive behaviors, such as aggression, self-stimulating behaviors, and self-injury.