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The philosophy and history section is devoted to the philosophical, historical, metaphysical, and methodological foundations of the study of behavior, brain, and mind. Here you will find articles from our flagship journal Behavior and Philosophy, as well as critical or historical reviews, videos on apparatus, and other resourceShow More

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Conceptual Issues in a Science of Behavior from Watson to Skinner - UWF
Applying the Guidelines in Context - UWF
Business Ethics - UWF
An Interview with Dr. Murray Sidman
Multicultural Aspects of Ethical Practice - UWF
The Ethics of Buying in Without Selling Out - UWF


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Applied Behavior Analysis Research Designs (1974 and 2011)

 

Todd Risley, Mont Wolf, Don Baer, and R. Vance Hall (from left to right) discuss the origins of single-subject research designs in this classic 1974 film originally produced by H & H. Restored and re-digitized, this is available due to the generosity of R. Vance Hall and Bob Hoyt. Here is your opportunity to learn the subtle nuances of single-subject designs from these behavioral giants who adapted and refined them for applied settings!

2 type II CEUs are available for completing this module.  Please click Purchase above and to the left and follow the directions.



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Behavioral Treatment of Autistic Children: Ivar Lovaas (1988) In Historical Perspective

The heart of this continuing education (CE/CEU) module is the film "Behavioral Treatment of Autistic Children: Ivar Lovaas," produced by Ed Anderson (and sold separately through the CCBS Store). This 1988 film is put into historical perspective by a couple of "bookend" papers: Gina Green (2002) traces the lineage of behavior-based approaches to autism treatment, including how Lovaas fits in; and Steve Luce (2006) discusses what has changed in our diagnostic criteria for autism spectrum disorders, and how our treatment methodologies have evolved as various studies have examined the factors that were responsible for the successful outcomes in the Lovaas (1987) study. The five segments of this module are:

1. A brief video segment plus a short reading assignment

2. A paper by Gina Green on the beginnings of ABA for autism treatment;

3. A video segment on the behavioral approach and early work at UCLA;

4. A video segment on Lovaas' early and later work with autistic children, and followup several years later; and

5. A new paper by Steve Luce on what we can learn from studies designed to replicate the Lovaas (1987) study, and evolution of our methodology since that time.

3.5 BACB Level 2 CEUs can be earned by completing this module.

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Dr John Lutzker: Social Services on a Socially Significant Scale (2010)

 

In cooperation with Karen R. Wagner, PhD and Behavior Services of Brevard, we offer the following CEU opportunity from The (R)Evolution of Behavior Analysis project:

 

Dr John Lutzker: Social Services on a Socially Significant Scale.

 

Dr. John Lutzker has blazed a trail in social services, much like one of his mentors, Dr Nate Azrin. Although he started in the field working with individuals with mental health and cognitive disabilities, his interest in a behavioral approach to assist families involved with child welfare led Dr Lutzker to several large-scale programs. Learn how he went from an under-motivated California college student to the innovative, forward-thinking individual who is revolutionizing child welfare. Hear who personally invited him to Kansas for his doctoral program, and how that blissful experience launched him into the fast track his career became. Discover how the effectiveness of statewide child welfare is dependent upon one well known, but often overlooked, factor. Join The (R)Evolution of Behavior Analysis as we examine the career of Dr. John Lutzker.

1.5 Level II CEUS are available for completing this module. Please click on purchase above to the left and follow the directions.



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Dr Patrick Friman: An Atypical Behavior Analyst for Typical Kids (2010)

 

In cooperation with Karen R. Wagner, PhD and Behavior Services of Brevard, we offer the following CEU opportunity from The (R)Evolution of Behavior Analysis project:

Patrick Friman: An Atypical Behavior Analyst for Typical Kids

As the Director of Clinical Services at BoysTown, and as a Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Dr Patrick Friman is an apparent anomaly in the field of behavior analysis. Not only does he not work with individuals with autism, he doesn't work with individuals with any developmental disability! His clinic consists primarily of typically developing children with challenging childhood behavior, and he has a lot to teach us about why we ALL should be looking at this surprisingly underserved population.  

2 Level II CEUs are available for completing this module. Please click on purchase above to the left and follow the directions.


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