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Event: 11th Annual Conference on Autism & Related Disorders: Re…
11th Annual West Coast Conference on Autism & Related Disorders: Research-Based Solutions Register Friday, April 27, 2018 Registration 7:30 am Presentations 8:30 am - 4:45 pm Sign out 4:45 pm  A one-day conference featuring…
Event: ABAI 44th Annual Convention
Association for Behavior Analysis International
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Behavior Analysis is the scientific study of behavior. It emphasizes careful measurement of observed behavior, along with an appreciation of the role of environment just before and just after the response. Prediction and control of behavior are of vital i…
Group: Aging
How people view aging usually depends upon their particular age. Adolescents often wish they were older, and young adults don't seem to mind turning thirty. But by the time people have reached forty, they have often begun the long search for ways to rever…
Group: Autism
Advice for Parents on Selecting Appropriate Treatments     The Autism Section of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies web site presents a scientific view of the causes of Autism and the Applied Behavior Analysis approach to its trea…
Group: Brain and Spinal Cord Injury
Welcome to the Brain Injury Section of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Please review the material contained in these pages to learn more about Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), and to learn more about Applied Behav…
Group: Clinical Therapy
Welcome to Clinical Behavior Analysis! You or persons close to you may be concerned about challenges encountered in daily life, such as relationships with loved ones or coworkers. Or you might suffer from a mental health condition, such as depression or …
Group: Education & Curriculum Development
Welcome to Teaching Methods That Work! For over a decade there has been immense public, political, and academic concern about the quality of both general and higher education and the fact that the schools are failing to teach our children what they need t…
Group: Behavioral Economics
Economics, like behavioral psychology, is a science of behavior. The value of economic concepts for behavioral psychology rests on their empirical validity when tested in the laboratory with individual subjects and their uniqueness when compared to establ…
Resource: Welcome to Clinical Behavior Analysis
Introduction to evidence-based behavioral perspectives on clinical interventions and therapy.
Resource: Introduction to Verbal Behavior
A brief introduction to verbal behavior by Professor Charlie Catania
Resource: Crete 2010 Congress on Behavioral Studies
Ninth Congress on Behavioral Studies. The Congress was founded in 1992 by Emilio Ribes-Inesta and Peter Harzem as the International Congress on Behaviorism and the Sciences of Behavior. The Congress has been held in alternate years, in many different cou…
Resource: Careers In Animal Enrichment
Outline of careers available to those interested in animal training and enrichment.
Resource: Certifications in Animal Enrichment and Behavior
Brief description and links to organizations that provide training and certification in animal training, animal enrichment, and animal behavior.
Resource: Animal Behavior - Article
Animal Behavior - Providing Enrichment at No Cost, Part II by Hilda Tresz, Arizona Trail Keeper, The Phoenix Zoo, Arizona
Resource: Animal Behavior - Article
Animal Behavior - The Role of Applied Behavior Analysis in Zoo Management: Today and Tomorrow by Debra L. Forthman, Zoological Society of San Diego and Jacqueline J. Ogden, Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species, Conservation & Research Dept., Zoo…
Resource: CSUF Campus Map, Dining Services & Parking: Applied …
CSUF campus map showing Conference location on campus, University Dining Services map/hours and parking information.
Resource: Hefferline Notes
A joint venture among the Center, the B.F. Skinner Foundation, and David Palmer leads to the publication of a .pdf document of the Hefferline Notes, Ralph Hefferline's notes on Skinner's lectures on verbal behavior at Columbia University in the summer of…
Resource: Verbal Behavior: William James Lectures
By agreement among the Center, the B.F. Skinner Foundation, and David Palmer, The William James Lectures are published as a .pdf document. These lectures were given by Skinner in 1948 at Harvard University as a precursor to Verbal Behavior (1957). The sea…
Resource: YouTube Video - Recycling a bottle, flashmob style.
Bill Heward, Ph.D. shared this inspiring YouTube video in his presentation Climate Change and the Global Need for Sustainable Practices: A World Full of Opportunity, Challenge, and Responsibility for Behavior Analysis:
Resource: HTML - Frequently Asked Questions about Applied Beha…
TESTING HTML: This resource contains Frequently Asked Questions about ABA, Guidelines for Selecting Behavior Analysts, Consumer Guidelines, Evaluating Intervention Programs, Rights of Clients and and ABA for Autism, an article by Gina Green.
Resource: RP HTML - Frequently Asked Questions about Applied Be…
TESTING HTML (RP recoded): This resource contains Frequently Asked Questions about ABA, Guidelines for Selecting Behavior Analysts, Consumer Guidelines, Evaluating Intervention Programs, Rights of Clients and and ABA for Autism, an article by Gina Green.
Resource: Counter Cultural Paths to Sustainability, Presentatio…
Lyle Grant's presentation at the Association for Behavior Analysis Convention held in May, 2012, Seattle, Washington. "Counter Cultural Paths to Sustainability" was part of a symposium entitled "Behavior Analysis for a Sustainable World." "I and many oth…
Resource: A sample List of Current Roles and Functions of ABA P…
Table 1.2 "A sample List of Current Roles and Functions of ABA Program Participants", Behavior Analysis for Lasting Change, 2/E, Page 13, published through the The Cambridge Center - Sloan Century Series in Behavior Analysis, 2012.
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Resource: Ethics in Professional Practice Conference - Save the…
Join Drs. Thomas Zane and Michael Dorsey of the Institute for Behavioral Studies in welcoming the Cambridge Center to this beautiful campus. The one day conference featuring leaders in the fields of Psychology, Business, Autism and Applied Behavior Analy…
Resource: Motivational YouTube Video - Dr. E. Scott Geller
“The Psychology of Self-Motivation: Scott Geller at TEDxVirginiaTech”, explains self-motivation from a behavior analysis perspective. It’s relevant for teachers, parents, supervisors, and students, actually anyone who wants behavior to be self-dire…
Resource: In Memoriam of Donald Keith Pumroy: His Pioneering Wo…
The panel discussion presented at ABAI 2015 by W. Joseph Wyatt, Roger W. McIntire and Judy G. Blumenthal memorializing the contributions to behavior analysis of Donald Keith Pumroy, providing a timeline of the evolution of the field from the 1950s to the …
Resource: Is ABA Evidence-Based?
FAQs include: Is there scientific evidence that ABA works?; Haven't some reviews concluded that ABA doesn't work? What factors are important to consider in evaluating complex ABA interventions?; Are there studies on PECS?; Are randomized clinical trials …
Resource: Frequently Asked Questions about Applied Behavior Ana…
This resource contains Frequently Asked Questions about ABA, Guidelines for Selecting Behavior Analysts, Consumer Guidelines, Evaluating Intervention Programs, Rights of Clients and and ABA for Autism, an article by Gina Green.
Resource: About Autism
About Autism provides background information about Autism, including a brief discussion of its causes and etiology, effective treatments, and definition of the pervasive developmental disorders that make up the Autism Spectrum.
Resource: Applied Behavior Analysis for Autism
An article by Gina Green. Excerpt: Recent years have seen a surge of interest in applied behavior analysis (ABA) in the treatment of autism. Scores of programs and practitioners claiming to "do ABA" have popped up, some seemingly overnight. Many stories a…
Resource: Is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Early Intensiv…
Is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) an Effective Treatment for Autism? Eric V. Larsson, Ph.D., LP, BCBA-D (2013) of The Lovaas Institute for Early Intervention Midwest Headquarters
Resource: Bibliography of Reviews of the Evidence for Applied B…
Bibliography of Reviews of the Evidence for Applied Behavior Analysis and Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention. Eric V. Larsson, Ph.D., LP, BCBA-D (2012) of The Lovaas Institute for Early Intervention Midwest Headquarters
Resource: Mark Sundberg
A trailer on Mark Sundberg to introduce the Continuing Education Biography Series
Resource: Consumer Guidelines for Identifying, Selecting, and E…
The Autism Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Association for Behavior Analysis International asserts that all children and adults with autism spectrum disorders have the right to effective education and treatment based on the best available scientific e…
Resource: Six Principles of Effective Early Intervention
Jay Birnbrauer writes about Excellent found in an article by Craig Ramey and Sharon Landesman Ramey. (Reference: Ramey, C. T. and Landesman Ramey, S. (1998). Early intervention and early experience. American Psychologist, 53, 109-120.) These authors were …
Resource: Students Use Golf Counters to Improve Self-Esteem by …
As published in the Behavior Analysis Digest, Vol. 6, No. 2, Summer 1994 © W. Joseph Wyatt, Editor
Resource: Talking with Kids: The Early Years
Even before your child can talk to you, what, how often, and how much you say to your child can have a profound impact on their language and learning abilities later. Researchers at the University of Kansas have found that the number and quality of the wo…
Resource: Gambling and dopamine
Editorial appearing in Behavior Analysis Digest, Vol. 18, No. 1, (Spring 2006). Article discusses previous findings attributing compulsive gambling behavior to dopamine production in the brain while gaming. Study had failed to address reinforcement mainta…
Resource: Applied Behavior Analysis and us: One parent's reflec…
Transcription of an address delivered at the 1999 Annual Board Meeting of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. The address was delivered by a parent of two children diagnosed with autism. Her address was intended to reinforce the valuable work pe…
Resource: Functional Assessment
This paper considers the following topics: I. What is functional assessment? II. What are the goals of functional assessment? III. What are the possible causes of problem behavior? IV. What are the three ways in which functional assessment can be cond…
Resource: Perception, Expectancy, and Belief: Barriers to Measu…
Applications of behavior science have resulted in tremendous gains across a range of human endeavors, especially with children with special needs. A quality education program is derived from a thorough understanding of behavior analysis, stresses individu…
Resource: The Inclusion of Cultures and Cultures of Inclusion b…
The Inclusion of Cultures and Cultures of Inclusion Charlotte Mandell, Ph.D. Department of Psychology University of Massachusetts Lowell Lowell, MA
Resource: Assuring the Quality of Your ABA Interventions via Or…
This paper formed the basis of an invited tutorial on Organizational Behavior Management delivered at the Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, San Francisco, May, 2003, by Beth Sulzer-Azaroff, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus…
Resource: Where are the Robots?
Ever wonder about all the hype concerning behavioral procedures being mechanical, Paul Chance puts these to rest in this short, informative article.
Resource: A Proposed New Program Perspective and Curriculum for…
Many organizations implement aspects of OBM such as performance measurement and reporting, performance management training, incentive pay, and performance improvement techniques. These applications, however, are seldom based on applied behavior analysis p…
Resource: The Value of Misbehavior
A good short article by Janet Ellis and Paul Chance that views misbehavior as having value for the child. Once you discover the value of misbehavior for the child you can teach them other behaviors that obtain the same value.
Resource: Chelation Therapy: Warning by the Food and Drug Admin…
Thomas Zane, Ph.D., BCBA-D, shares his column, "Science, Fads, and Applied Behavior Analysis" with the Cambridge Center.
Resource: A Review of Craniosacral Therapy by Thomas Zane, Ph.D.
Thomas Zane, Ph.D., BCBA-D, shares his column, "Science, Fads, and Applied Behavior Analysis" with the Cambridge Center.
Resource: Relationship Development Intervention: A Review of It…
Thomas Zane, Ph.D., BCBA-D, shares his column, "Science, Fads, and Applied Behavior Analysis" with the Cambridge Center.
Resource: Who are You Going to Believe, Me or Your Own Eyes: Th…
Thomas Zane, Ph.D., BCBA-D, shares his column, "Science, Fads, and Applied Behavior Analysis" with the Cambridge Center.
Resource: The Vaccine and Autism Connection: The Wakefield Stud…
Thomas Zane, PhD, BCBA-D, shares his column, "Science, Fads, and Applied Behavior Analysis" with the Cambridge Center.
Resource: Project Follow Through by Cathy L. Watkins
Project Follow Through: A Case Study of Contingencies Influencing Instructional Practices of the Educational Establishment. ABSTRACT: Project Follow Through, originally conceived in 1967 as a social action program to extend Head Start into the primary gr…
Resource: Practitioner Resources for Applied Behavior Analysts …
The Autism Center of Excellence at Western Michigan University is developing a series of video interviews with national experts in applied behavior analysis, autism and behavioral pediatrics. These videos are designed for board-certified behavior analysts…
Resource: Behavior Analysis Digest International, Volume 20, No…
An international digest to provide a clearing house and exchange of concise news and information on the experimental, theoretical, and applied analysis of behavior. W. Joseph Wyatt, Editor
Resource: Behavior Analysis Digest International, Volume 20, No…
An international digest to provide a clearing house and exchange of concise news and information on the experimental, theoretical, and applied analysis of behavior. W. Joseph Wyatt, Editor
Resource: ETHICS in Professional Practice Conference 2014 - Mic…
Dr. Michael Dorsey's presentation: The Professionalization of Behavior Analysis: A Review of the Current Status of Licensing
Resource: OLD/Aging Gracefully: Chapter One
A behavior analytic guide to help you age gracefully. Behavior analysis can help you find practical ways to lead a more productive, happier life. The key is to remain active.
Resource: A Behavior Analytic Paradigm for Adaptive Autonomous …
Behavior Analysis, the scientific study of animal and human behavior and learning, provides a strong conceptual framework for intelligent computer systems known as adaptive autonomous agents. The Seventh Generation Technology system, described in this pap…
Resource: The Speaker as Listener: The Interpretation of Struct…
Regularities in word order not specifically addressed by Skinner require behavioral interpretation if our field is to become more influential among students of language. It is argued that the variables controlling such regularities derive from the speaker…
Resource: Pervasive Negative Effects of Rewards on Intrinsic Mo…
Reprinted with permission of the Association for Behavior Analysis [please note that this article is only available for personal use and can not be duplicated and distributed without permission of the Association for Behavior Analysis]. A major concern in…
Resource: Behavioral Contingency Analysis by Francis Mechner, P…
Behavior is a complex subject matter involving multiple functions that change over time, and as a result its own symbolic language is helpful for describing change. Francis Mechner's Behavioral Contingency Analysis provides this language. It describes all…
Resource: A Case Study in the Misrepresentation of Applied Beha…
This article presents a case study in the misrepresentation of applied behavior analysis for autism based on Morton Ann Gernsbacher's presentation of a lecture titled "The Science of Autism: Beyond the Myths and Misconceptions." Her misrepresentations inv…
Resource: Live It! Four-Legged Family Members by Chelsea Whilhi…
As originally published in the Behavior Analysis Digest International, graduate student Chelsea Wilhite writes about how one behavior analyst, Hayley Heitzig, retrained her lab from visual to verbal commands due to his fading vision.
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 42, 83-115 (2014). PROPOSITI…
ABSTRACT: A formal symbolic language for behavioral operations is proposed, based on propositional logic. The system describes how an experiment changes an organism's physical environment. With few exceptions, the codification system results in statements…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 41, 11-32 (2013). NON-HUMEAN…
ABSTRACT: Behavior analysis exemplifies a highly peculiar type of explanation in which behavior is said to arise from past interactions with the environment rather than from internal mental states. Radical behaviorism has been advanced as a philosophy of …
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 41, 33-59 (2013). FILLING TH…
ABSTRACT: It is often said, especially in philosophy and the neuroscience literature, that Skinner defended an anti-physiological position on the explanation of behavior. Aside from this, behavior analysts who discuss the relation between behavior analysi…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 39/40, 309-313 (2011/2012). …
ABSTRACT: The extent to which a virtual "CyberRat" is a valid stand-in for a live, behaving rat is addressed in terms of various versions of a Turing test. The CyberRat program, for the most part, is a valid substitute for a living, behaving subject as a …
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 39/40, 321-329 (2011/2012). …
ABSTRACT: Invited reviewer comments by Iverson (2011/2012), by Lewon, Munoz Blanco, and Hayes (2011/2012), and by Phelps (2011/2012) are reflected upon within the context of my own perceptions of selective strengths and weaknesses of my
Resource: ABAI Theory & Philosophy Conference 2012
Theory & Philosophy Conference. November 2-4, 2012. Association for Behavior Analysis International.
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 38, 113-115 (2010). PREFACE …
The European Journal of Behavior Analysis and Behavior and Philosophy are pleased to jointly recognize the contributions of Dr. Murray Sidman to the discipline of behavior analysis. From 1976 to 1981, the journal then titled Behaviorism, now Behavior and…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 38, 137-139 (2010). REMARKS.…
I am always somewhat disconcerted when colleagues, telling me about their research, describe the experimental design before acquainting me with the problem the experiment is addressing. They seem not to recognize that an experimental design is empty until…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 38, 149-151 (2010). SIDMAN O…
There is no way to overstate the importance of Murray Sidman's contributions to applied behavior analysis. This series of Remarks represents just a few of those. I'd like to take this opportunity to restate some of Sidman’s (1977) comments on aversive c…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 38, 169-171 (2010). THE SCIE…
The core analytic unit in any evolutionary perspective is variation and selective retention. Behavior analysis has always been part of the community of evolution sciences, but in some ways it is the most thorough going because it is most willing to consid…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 38, 173-177 (2010). COMMENTS…
I am deeply honored by the invitation to comment on Murray Sidman's Remarks (Sidman, 1976, 1977a, 1977b, 1978, 1979, 1981, 2011). At the same time, I have to agree with Sidman's own comments in one of those remarks: "It is difficult to add anything cogent…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 37, 3-19 (2009). THE ROLE O…
Like most other sciences, behavior analysis adopts an assumption of uniformity, namely that principles discovered under controlled conditions apply outside the laboratory as well. Since the boundary between public and private depends on the vantage point …
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 37, 39-57 (2009). OVERCOMIN…
Radical behaviorism is distinguished from other varieties of behaviorism in part by its willingness to include private events among its subjects of analysis. This paper reviews the public-private dichotomy as described by Skinner, and concludes that this …
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 37, 105-117 (2009). PRIVATE …
What are "private events" and what is their significance? The term is B. F. Skinner's, but the idea is much older. Before J. B. Watson challenged their methods and their metaphysics, virtually all psychologists assumed that the only way to discover a pers…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 37, 157-163 (2009). "BEHAVI…
Behavior analysis ironically appears to be increasingly at risk for abandoning its historic focus of moment-to-moment behaving, to other disciplines ranging from robotics and the "man-machine interface" to cognitive science where behaving is called "actio…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 35, 57-60, (2007).COMMENTARY…
Foxall's incorrect claims about behavior analysis (2007) arise from a failure to understand the stance of behavior analysis. Behavior analysis is the science of behavior; it is about behavior and not about organisms. It views behavioral events as natura…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 35, 77-92 (2007). GORDON FOX…
"Intentional behaviorism" is Gordon Foxall's name for his proposal to mix the oil of mentalist language with the water of empiricist behaviorism. The trouble is, oil and water don't mix. To remain scientific, the language of behavioral science must rema…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 33, 55-65 (2005). ANTIREALIS…
Some operant theorists have argued that the most fundamental concepts of behavior analysis have antirealist implications: for example, that stimuli have no physical properties, that we have no epistemic access to a physical world, that the world exists …
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 33, 81-84 (2005). BEHAVIOR A…
Some operant theorists have argued that the most fundamental concepts of behavior analysis have antirealist implications: for example, that stimuli have no physical properties, that we have no epistemic access to a physical world, that the world exists …
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 33, 91-99 (2005). CLINICAL,…
Accurate prediction of behavior is a critical task for the psychologist, particularly for the practitioner. Outstanding among those who have successfully wrestled with this complicated task is Paul Meehl. Yet, small has been the influence of his work on…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 32, 69-95 (2004). REALISM AB…
Behavior analysis emphasizes the study of overt animal (human and nonhuman) behavior as a subject matter in its own right. This paper provides a metaphysical foundation for such an emphasis via an elucidation of a thesis that I generically call "realis…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 31, 63-80 (2003). EFFECTIVEN…
In this article we examine some of the relations between behavior analysis and the pragmatic philosophy of William James. We point out that the adoption of effectiveness as a truth criterion is common to both systems, which warrants a closer examinatio…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 31, 145-150 (2003). FOR THE …
Although I find myself in general agreement with Moore's thesis, I would like to elaborate upon two of the key issues that arose in his article: (1) the role of physiological events in behavior analysis, and (2) the concept of the private event in radi…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 31, 151-157 (2003). SOME FUR…
For behavior analysis, ontological concerns are linked with pragmatism, rather than any stance on the inherent nature of the thing studied. Thus, behavior analysis regards as troublesome ontological commitments that formulate certain covert events as "…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 31, 159-164 (2003). PRIVATE …
While the verdict is still out on the viability of such an empirical program, given various methodological and other complexities, the functional analysis of psychological terms represents a possible point of contact between the empirical research inte…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 31, 165-171 (2003). COVERT B…
The introduction of the notion of covert behavior has caused several problems in behavior analysis, including preventing a fruitful dialogue with other psychologists. But these problems are unnecessary because PB, which pursues the same scientific goal…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 31, 173-180 (2003). ULLIN T.…
Ullin T. Place died on 2 January 2000. His contributions to philosophy and to behavior analysis have earned him an enduring place in our new century. This memorial uses text from his correspondence to illustrate the scope of his life's work and the dign…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 29, 167-186 (2001). ON PSYCH…
Behavior analysis recognizes that some psychological terms relate to private behavioral events, such as occur when speakers report internal sensations or engage in covert behavior.
Resource: The Current Repertoire, (29), (3), Fall (2013) - Down…
The newsletter of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Published three times a year. Download for best viewing.
Resource: The Current Repertoire, (29), (2), Spring (2013) - Do…
The newsletter of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Published three times a year. Download for best viewing.
Resource: The Current Repertoire, (29), (1), Winter (2013) - Do…
The newsletter of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Published three times a year. Download for best viewing.
Resource: The Current Repertoire, (28), (3), Fall (2012) - Down…
The newsletter of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Published three times a year. Download for best viewing.
Resource: The Current Repertoire, (28), (2), Spring (2012) - Do…
The newsletter of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Published three times a year. Download for best viewing.
Resource: The Current Repertoire, (28), (1), Winter (2012) - Do…
The newsletter of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Published three times a year. Download for best viewing.
Resource: Behavioral Technology Today, 1, 1-12, (2001). CHANGIN…
At the Association for Behavior Analysis Convention in May, 2000, Darry Callahan, former CEO of Chevron Chemical, now Senior Vice President of Chevron Corporation and Chevron Chemical Company were presented with the award for ''Outstanding Contribution …
Resource: Youth Policy: Precision Teaching: Measuring and Attai…
How do students know when they've successfully mastered a skill or body of knowledge? How do their teachers or parents know? Alternatively, how do students and teachers decide when to change their approach to achieve a particular learning outcome becaus…
Item: Right from the Start - Behavioral Intervention for Young …
Right from the Start - Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autismby Sandra L. Harris and Mary Jane WeissThis informative and user-friendly guide helps parents of young children with autism and related disorders and their service providers expl…
Item: Behavior Analysis Forms for Clinical InterventionVolume 1
Behavior Analysis Forms for Clinical Intervention, Volume 1, by Joseph R. CautelaThe purpose of behavioral assessment for clinical treatment is to determine target behaviors, discover the antecedents and consequences controlling those behaviors, and mon…
Item: Behavior Analysis Formsfor Clinical InterventionVolume 2
Behavior Analysis Forms for Clinical Intervention,Volume 2, by Joseph R. CautelaThe purpose of behavioral assessment for clinical treatment is to determine the target behaviors, discover the antecedents and consequences controlling those behaviors, and …
Item: Continuously Programmed Environmentsand the Experimental …
Continuously Programmed Environments and the Experimental Analysis of Human Behaviorby J. Brady Continuously programmed environments represent an approach to the study of complete repertoires of human behavior by combining the conceptual framework of e…
Item: The Blue Books:Goldiamond & Thompson'sFunctional Analysis…
The Blue Books: Goldiamond & Thompson's Functional Analysis of Behavior CD Edited and revised by Paul Thomas Andronis, Northern Michigan University eBook Features: 1011 pages of fully searchable text Hyperlinked glossary Hyperlinked Table o…
Item: Coercion and Its Fallout
Coercion and Its Fallout, Revised EditionBy Murray SidmanDo you use Coercion? No? When you have finished this book, you are going to be very surprised; you are going to know some things about yourself that you never knew before.We use coercion almost excl…
Item: At My Own Pace: The Autobiography of Fred S. Keller
At My Own Pace: The Autobiography of Fred S. Keller Edited by Jon S. Bailey, Mary R. Burch, A. Charles Catania, and Jack Michael At My Own Pace, the compelling, delightful, but also educational autobiography of Fred S. Keller, is a vital book for anyon…
Item: Applications of Behavior Analysisto Prevent Injuries from…
Applications of Behavior Analysis to Prevent Injuries from Vehicle Crashesby E. Scott Geller Americans gather around more than 125 grave sites every day to mourn the losses of loved ones killed in a traffic crash. Each year the disabling injuries from …
Item: Who Killed My Daddy?Activities Manual
Who Killed My Daddy? Activities Manual by Beth Sulzer-Azaroff Who Killed My Daddy? permits readers to perch upon the shoulders of the characters as they learn about, practice, and assess the impact of behavioral safety methods. Why an activities manua…
Item: Ethics at Work
Ethics at Work by Darnell Lattal, Ph.D. and Ralph W. Clark, Ph.D. On a personal level, everyone must answer the following question: What is my highest aspiration? The answer might be wealth, fame, knowledge, popularity, or integrity. But if integrity i…
Item: Achieving Educational Excellence 1Behavior Analysis for S…
Achieving Educational Excellence 1: Behavior Analysis for School Personnel by Beth Sulzer-Azaroff & G. Roy Mayer.Originally published as Achieving Educational Excellence: Using Behavioral Strategies in 1986, this book has been reprinted by the auth…
Item: Achieving Educational Excellence 2:Behavior Analysis for …
Achieving Educational Excellence 2: Behavior Analysis for Improving Instruction by Beth Sulzer-Azaroff & G. Roy MayerOriginally published as Achieving Educational Excellence: Using Behavioral Strategies in 1986, this book has been reprinted by the…
Item: Project Follow Through
Project Follow Through by Cathy L. Watkins Project Follow Through, originally conceived in 1967 as a social action program to extend Head Start into the primary grades, became an educational experiment aimed at finding effective methods for educating dis…
Item: Teach Your Children Well
Teach Your Children Wellby Michael Maloney For the past 30 years, effective methods of teaching children and preventing illiteracy have been used in a small number of schools and learning centers across North America. Despite their proven effectiveness, …
Item: Origins and Componentsof Behaviorology - Study Questions2…
Study Questions for Origins and Components of Behaviorology - 2nd EditionStephen Ledoux The book and study questions work together to achieve beneficial pedagogical aims. The book was designed to accompany either separate studies in the natural science…
Item: Coercion and Its FalloutStudy Guide
Coercion and Its Fallout, Study Guide by James KoppOver the years, I have been writing my own questions for more and more of the material I use in my classes. . . . The students I have sent on to study under other behavior analysts have always been said …
Item: Behavioral Foundations of Effective Autism Treatment
Behavioral Foundations of Effective Autism Treatment is a comprehensive volume of key topics in behavior analysis for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).? Consisting of 17 chapters by noted experts in clinical research, this book is an aut…
Item: Behavior Analysis for Lasting Change, Third Edition
Behavior Analysis for Lasting Change Third Edition G. Roy Mayer, Beth Sulzer-Azaroff, and Michele Wallace 800 pages / cloth ISBN: 978-1-59738-050-8 Sloan Publishing is proud to announce the publication of Behavior Analysis for Lasting Change by G. R…
Item: Annual Campaign for Autism
Sponsorship Each year the Cambridge Center’s Changing Lives through Education, One Community at a Time Annual Drive for Autism seeks a few select sponsors.  Sponsors are critical to continuing to provide scholarship opportunities and lowered t…
Item: Applying Behavioral Analysis Across the Autism Spectrum -…
Applying Behavior Analysis Across the Autism Spectrum, Second Edition is appropriate for use in training programs designed to prepare personnel for working with children with autism, and which conform to the BACB's Guidelines in terms of course coverage a…
Item: A Picture's Worth : PECS and Other Visual Communication S…
p>Most young children with autism have significant delays in acquiring communication skills, a hallmark characteristic of autism. But with intensive early intervention and Applied Behavior Analysis techniques, children can be taught how to communicate suc…
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