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This month are hearts are all a-flutter, and it’s not just because of our love of crappy NECCO wafers. We’re seeing stars about our February topics! We’ll be joined by Dr. Patrick McGreevy to discuss the origins and utility of the “Essential for Learning” curriculum followed by a review on the literature regarding teaching abduction prevention skills to children. As a special surprise, we’ve also got our 2021 talk from the Thompson Center for Autism Conference on maintaining a work-life balance. And, for our Patreon supporters, the latest in our Book Club series where we’ll be analyzing “Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger’s” by John Elder Robison. Now check the candy heart in your podcast player: It says, “Cool Cat”. That’s you!
Articles for February 2022
Essential for Living w/ Dr. Patrick McGreevy
Armstrong, H., Denne, L.D., & Bailey, T. (2021). The role of key skills as a risk marker for the development of challenging behaviour in children and young people who have an intellectual disability. International Journal of Positive Behavioural Support, 11, 3-14.
Miltenberger, R.G., Fogel, V.A., Beck, K.V., Koehler, S., Shayne, R., Noah, J., McFee, K., Perdomo, A., Chan, P., Simmons, D., & Godish, D. (2013). Efficacy of the Stranger Safety abduction-prevention program and parent conducted in situ training. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 46, 817-820. doi: 10.1002/jaba.80
Berube, T., MacDonald, J., & Parry-Cruwys, D. (2021). Teaching abduction prevention skills to children using a one-on-one training setting. Behavioral Interventions, 36, 550-560. doi: 10.1002/bin.1806
Ledbetter-Cho, K., Lang, R., Lee, A., Murphy, C., Davenport, K., Kirkpatrick, M., Schollian, M., Moore, M., Billingsley, G., & O’Reilly, M. (2021). Teaching children with autism abduction-prevention skills may result in overgeneralization of the target response. Behavior Modification, 45, 438-461. doi: 10.1177/0145445519865165
Bonus: “Work Life Balance as a BCBA: Is it Even Possible”