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ABA on Call presented by CentralReach, explores the Applied Behavior Analysis/Healthcare Technology industries through thought-provoking conversation. Watch to explore ideas and trends in the field with renowned ABA experts, Rick Kubina Jr., Ph.D, BCBA-D & Doug Kostewicz, Ph.D, BCBA-D. Earn BACB CEUs to support your ongoing certification for Season 4 and future episodes.
 
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MesoAmerican Indigenous Autist and BCBA Mari Cerda joins the panel to discuss her work mediating between the Autistic and ABA communities. The discussion links values to our work from multiple perspectives, including personal, professional, scientific, and cultural considerations.The panel shares ideas for ethical responding, including private beha…
 
Sports refers to activities involving exerting oneself physically in a an individual or team format to compete against oneself or others. As such sports covers many activities found in all cultures. The science of behavior has much to offer sports. ABA can enhance individual or team performance, teach game rules, open access to entry level layers, …
 
Join us for this invigorating talk about the selection and use of measurements in ABA practice. We discuss the philosophic thought and scientific process behind the BHCOE's whitepaper on this topic, as well as tips for behavior analysts who want to incorporate multiple levels of measurement into their work with clients. To earn CEUs for listening, …
 
In this episode of The Behavioral View the team from Behavior Science Technologies joins the panel to discuss data-based performance management. We discuss barriers to implementation and ways to begin making the shift with minimal pain, as well as how to make the business case to C-suite executives. To earn CEUs for listening, click here, log in or…
 
The job market for behavior analysts in special and general education has increased greatly in the past 20 years. Behavior analysts can have a caseload, they can consult in general and special education classrooms, and can even work in administration. Behavior analysts can contribute to the IEP process in several constructive ways. Additionally, co…
 
The ABA Spectrum CentralReach recently expanded offerings to support a broader array of services for organizations and practitioners. By expanding the scope into adolescence and adulthood, and explicitly including Intellectual Disability services as part of the ABA market, the company does much to acknowledge the usefulness of our science beyond th…
 
In 1993 Alfie's Kohn's Punished by Rewards (PBR) was published. The book claimed that behavioral principles and procedures manipulated people and destroyed the potential for authentic learning. The publication of PBR was met with enthusiasm by many in the educational and psychological fields. However, PBR contains many misrepresentations of positiv…
 
In this episode of The Behavioral View, Dr. Charna Mintz, Chief Clinical Officer for Action Behavior Centers and Past President of APBA, joins the panel for an honest look at assent-based practices. We travel through regrets of the past, the frustrations and excitement of current practices, and the hopes for a future in which research, training, an…
 
Conspiracy theories are verbal behavior that states some covert yet influential organization holds responsibility for a specific circumstance or event (e.g., the government collapsed the Twin Towers in the 9/11 attacks). Conspiracy theories have become mainstream, finding prominent adherents from politicians and news pundits to celebrities and blog…
 
In this episode of The Behavioral View, Dr. Darren Sush, co-author of The Workbook of Ethical Case Scenarios in Applied Behavior Analysis, joins the panel for an in-depth discussion of the ethics involved in shaping and reshaping the professions of Applied Behavior Analysis. The talk centers around the role of leadership in navigating us through co…
 
In this episode of The Behavioral View, Karin Torsiello, BCBA , President of Behavior Basics, Incorporated, joins the panel to discuss her team’s approach to working with families affected by trauma, mental health concerns, and abuse. By integrating their services within a larger interdisciplinary approach, Behavior Basics has been able to utilize …
 
Clay Starlin has been a champion of effective measurement and instructional technologies. He did pioneering work in the 70s and 80s bringing precision teaching to the forefront of education. He has spent his career contributing and refining concepts and methods involved with the science of learning. Clay has recently published a book called “weavin…
 
CR’s own Manager of Educational Content Cas Breaux, MA, MS, BCBA, LBA joins the panel for this month’s Hot Topics mini-episode, where we chat about our time at ABAI, answer a mailbag question about identity-first language, and celebrate some news from the BACB. Don’t forget to subscribe and follow and leave us a rating and review! * This episode is…
 
The measurement, visual display, analysis, and reliability of data are all hallmarks in a process behavior analysts use to understand the import of data. Yet research has demonstrated stark differences between options for the measurement/analysis process. First, discontinuous observation and continuous observation can lead to different datasets. Al…
 
The Behavioral View panel welcomes Dr. Becca Tagg, owner of Del Mar Behavioral Services, to discuss burnout through a lens of community care (as opposed to self-care). In this episode, we define stress and burnout and emphasize the differences between them. We identify risk factors for burnout, including behaviors of the individual, leadership, and…
 
Skinner's prolific writing focused on important theoretical and philosophical content later in his career. In his article "What's wrong with life in the Western world?" Skinner describes five practices that have corrupted contingencies of reinforcement that came about through evolution. The pleasing effects are seen in practices such as "(a) aliena…
 
In this episode of The Behavioral View, Shannon Biagi joins the panel to discuss organizational behavior management (OBM) as it applies to various levels of ABA practice. Principles discussed include using OBM as a lens for clinical practice, making supervision more data-based, and enhancing the ability to function in leadership roles. We also prov…
 
In this episode of The Behavioral View, we introduce Dr.Nissa Van Etten as the newest panel member. The panelists dive deep into randomly selected hot topics in behavior analysis: behavior analysts as parents, the rapid increase in certified behavior analysis professionals, the industrialization of ABA, and diversity in ABA. To earn CEUs for listen…
 
As behavior analysts most of our discourse surrounds helping others through the lens of applied behavior analysis. But what happens when we turn the light on ourselves and look at how we unwind and enjoy hobbies? In the present episode we are joined by Dr. Justin Page who hosts The Reinforcer Podcast where he talks about hobbies and other reinforce…
 
In this episode of The Behavioral View, Dr. Michael Mueller joins the panel to discuss school consultation. The conversation extends to models of consultation, working with non-behavioral systems, and the incorporation of functional living skills into assessment and instruction. Emphasis is placed on providing assessment and intervention services i…
 
A popular introductory psychology textbooks defines psychology as “the systematic study of behavior and experience. The word experience lets us discuss your perceptions without implying that a mind exists independently of your body.” Psychology came before behavior analysis but both seek to understand human behavior but through different lens of ca…
 
In January 2022, the BACB’s new Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts goes into effect. The new code represents a push toward viewing ethical decision making as a process of using guidance, values, science, and philosophy to make decisions on an everyday basis, as opposed to using the code as a “thou shalt not” list. CR’s team of BCBA-Ds meet to discus…
 
Skepticism is an attitude of science that includes doubt and questioning behavior towards knowledge claims that lack evidence or have questionable facts. Having a skeptical repertoire guards against superstitious beliefs and a faulty understanding of the world. Parents, and even practitioners, are hurt by pseudoscience, conspiracy theories, and oth…
 
Mapy Chavez Askins, Ph.D, CABAS®, BCBA-D joins the TBV panel to share her experiences with Alcanzado, a foundation providing telehealth services throughout South America, to discuss the importance of parent participation in obtaining optimal outcomes. To earn CEUs for listening, click here , log in or sign up, pay the CEU fee, + take the attendance…
 
Technology is changing the world at a breathtaking pace. From wearable tech such as smartwatches, health tracking rings and bands, and smart glasses, ABA has incredible opportunities to advance behavior analysis prescriptively and reactively. Other avenues of tech that can meaningfully impact applied behavior analysis are artificial intelligence an…
 
Corina Jimenez-Gomez joins us live immediately following Day 2 of CR Unite, where she will take follow-up questions about her presentation, Moving Towards Culturally Responsive Behavior Analytic Services. To earn CEUs for listening, click here , log in or sign up,+ take the attendance verification to generate your certificate! Don’t forget to subsc…
 
Dr. James Partington, legendary author of the ABLLS-R (Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills), joins the Behavioral View panel for stories and discussions about the differences between testing and assessment, the importance of B.F. Skinner’s verbal operants, and the relationship between assessment, goal development and meaningful outcome…
 
Instructional design (ID) is the practice of systematically designing instruction to create productive, and positive learning outcomes. ID has a generic model called ADDIE which represents five critical ID components: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. The present shows discusses how the ID components are important to be…
 
Linda LeBlanc and Tyra Sellers, two of the authors of Building and Sustaining Meaningful and Effective Relationships as a Supervisor and Mentor, join The Behavioral View to chat about the intricacies of the supervisory relationship. To earn CEUs for listening, click here , log in or sign up, pay the CEU fee, + take the attendance verification to ge…
 
Creativity has a long history in psychology and definitions and explanations for the occurrence of creative behavior has great variability. Behavior analysis has approached creativity like any other behavior. First, creative behavior is defined as novel behavior. Second, the verbal community labels what is and what is not creative. Understanding th…
 
As ABA continues to grow as a profession, behavior analysts and service seekers need ways to identify high quality organizations. In this episode of The Behavioral View, the BCBA panelists discuss accreditation for ABA organizations, including the way accrediting organizations fit into the professional landscape, how standards are set, how the Lear…
 
Behavioral fluency is a concept that has appeared with increasing frequency across the behavioral literature. Behavioral fluency is the term used to describe behavior that reach a quantitative frequency range and show behavioral effects such as maintenance, and generalization. Frequency building is a procedure that results in behavioral fluency. Fr…
 
The clinical application of ABA teaching techniques has been demonstrated to be useful in teaching functional skills in a variety of settings, but barriers to implementation are many. Fewer funding streams exist to support ABA services to transition-aged students and adults. Intensive 1:1 instruction can be time consuming and may also be unwanted b…
 
Behavior analysis has used within groups design as the means for establishing functional relations and communicating scientific findings in the lab and journals. Another popular method for analyzing behavior is between groups design. The two different approaches are sometimes described as polar opposites yet each can complement one another. The dif…
 
The science of ABA is solidly supported by generations of research, but in recent years the clinical approach has been criticized from within and without. In this panel discussion, the discussants identify behavior analytic concepts that emphasize the importance of compassionate care as we apply our science. From Skinner’s early writings on the use…
 
Skinner long championed private events and called the ultimate understanding of them the heart of radical behaviorism. Yet private events are not well understood and sometimes viewed as a subject outside the possibility of scientific study. This current presentation shows how private events, also called inner behavior, can be studied and fits withi…
 
As ABA becomes increasingly integrated into the healthcare community, behavior analysts must work closely with other healthcare professionals to ensure access to services on a macro level and a micro level. In this episode of The Behavioral View, the Learn. Develop. Grow. BCBA panelists discuss obstacles and potential solutions with Dr. Steven Mera…
 
The science of behavior has a long distinguished history not only providing evidence of environment-behavior relations, but also discussing the subsequent implications. One of the fundamental underpinnings of behavior analysis is that behavior determined. Therefore, the concept of free will is incompatible with the evidence and theory of why organi…
 
What did Skinner think of education in America? He was not impressed! In fact, he saw many problems that could be solved by the science of behavior. Join us for a deep dive into one of Skinner’s important publications. For more “ABA on Call” don’t forget to subscribe and follow CentralReach on Facebook, Twitter (@CentralReach), Instagram (@centralr…
 
You may have heard, “If teaching were talking, everyone could do it!” The “stages of learning” offer an organizing scheme to show learning is complex and not just the presentation of information. Join our hosts for an in-depth discussion about how learning stages help behavior analysts conceptualize, plan, and implement instructional techniques. Fo…
 
2020: A Year in Review. Every year has its memories, but 2020 will go down as a year of infamy. Our hosts review three significant impacts on the field of behavior analysis, the pandemic being one of them. Our hosts also discuss the passing of three great contributors to ABA, the episode ending with some big moves at the BACB! For more “ABA on Call…
 
ABA and Visual Analysis. We all do it, but do we do it right? ABA on Call dives into visual analysis and explores the chapter that started it all. What is visual analysis? How exactly should we do it? And what does it entail? Join us for all of these answers and more! For more “ABA on Call” don’t forget to subscribe and follow CentralReach on Faceb…
 
On this episode, ABA on Call brings awareness to important issue: ableism. Special guest Cassi Breaux, M.A., M.S., BCBA, LBA helps us understand what ableism is and how to identify it. The ABA on Call crew also discusses why we should care about ableism -- and what behavior analysts can do to start addressing it. Special guest Cassi Breaux is a CR …
 
In "ABA On Call" episode #14, there are three segments. First, a review of task analysis and the many different professionals who use it. Second, a discussion of how behavior analysis has discovered different methods for teaching task analysis. And third, how to supercharge task analysis and avoid pitfalls. Listen to the full episode above! For mor…
 
In "ABA On Call" episode #13, we learn about Direct Instruction! How does it help Behavior Analysts? How does it help clients? Listen to the full episode above! For more “ABA on Call,” follow CentralReach on Facebook, Twitter (@CentralReach), Instagram (@centralreach_) and LinkedIn, and don’t forget to subscribe!…
 
In "ABA On Call" episode #12, our hosts introduce you to a very special guest! Precision teaching and behavior analysis are both devoted to creating superior outcomes for people. What happens when you put both together? Listen to our guest, pediatrician Dr. Stephan Merahn, and the ABA on Call crew answer the question with data. Dr. Merahn is an exp…
 
In "ABA On Call" episode #11, specialist guests Dr. Lisa Britton, BCBA-D and Matt Cicoria (Behavioral Observations Podcast) chat with our co-hosts about supervision in the digital age, what qualities make an effective supervisor, and how technology plays a role in helping behavior analysts solve problems, track tasks, and stick to their responsibil…
 
In episode #10 of “ABA On Call,” Dr. Rick Kubina, BCBA-D and Dr. Doug Kostewicz, BCBA-D revisit an article written in 1992 – a special issue in American Psychologist that commemorated B.F. Skinner after his death. “Fundamentals of B.F. Skinner’s Behaviorism” reviews all of the different aspects of Skinner’s behaviorism, and although there are many …
 
There is a lot of competing information in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), but how can you separate fact from fiction when new key findings and research are constantly emerging and shifting? In the latest episode of “ABA On Call,” Rick and Doug tackle some more of the biggest myths in the field of behavior science. They dive into the …
 
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