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APPLYING ABA

Now that you know the basics, learn how to apply ABA with your students. “Differential Reinforcement Procedures in Applied Behavior Analysis” Tim Vollmer, University of Florida, December 2014 “Evidence-Based Practice in ABA” Susan Wilczynski, Ball State University, October 2015 “Functional Analysis of Problem Behavior” Brian Iwata, University of Florida, December 2014 “Stimulus Preference Assessment Procedures” …

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COMMUNICATION

Good communication skills can make a world of difference. Learn some great strategies for teaching communication. TEACHING COMMUNICATION SKILLS “Functional Communication Training—Clinical Applications” Wayne Fisher, Munroe-Meyer Institute at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, December 2014 “Functional Communication Training—Research Foundations” Wayne Fisher, Munroe-Meyer Institute at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, December 2014 “Meeting the …

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SOCIAL SKILLS

LEARN ABOUT GREAT WAYS TO TEACH SOCIAL SKILLS “Behavioral Approaches to Preparing Children for Medical, Dental and Personal Care Appointments” Keith Allen, Munroe-Meyer Institute at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, December 2014 “Teaching Social Skills to Individuals with Autism” Mary Jane Weiss, Endicott College, October 2015

INTRODUCTION TO ABA

What is ABA? “Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the science of behavior. As with other sciences such as chemistry and physics, researchers in ABA have found that behaviors follow certain laws, certain predictable patterns. Through countless experiments Behavior Analyst have shown that an organism’s behavior can be predicted and controlled based on certain environmental variables.” …

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