Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies™

Practitioner Resources for Applied Behavior Analysts from Western Michigan University

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 in practice and for applied behavior analysts students in training.

The videos feature interviews with experts and, in many cases, clinical simulations and supplementary materials. These videos are designed to enhance the ability of applied behavior analysts practitioners to understand and implement important behavior analysis assessment and treatment techniques with children, especially those with developmental disabilities such as autism.

Videos

"Assessment and Treatment of Behavioral Sleep Problems" (Brett Kuhn, University of Nebraska Medical School and Monroe Meyer Institute, December 2014)

"Assessment and Treatment of Self Injury" (Brian Iwata, University of Florida, December 2014)

"Behavioral Approaches to Preparing Children for Medical, Dental and Personal Care Appointments" Keith Allen, University of Nebraska Medical School and Monroe Meyer Institute, December 2014)

"Differential Reinforcement Procedures in Applied Behavior Analysis" (Tim Vollmer, University of Florida, December 2014)
"Functional Analysis of Problem Behavior" (Brian Iwata, University of Florida, December 2014)

"Functional Communication Training—Clinical Applications" (Wayne Fisher (University of Nebraska Medical School and Monroe Meyer Institute, December 2014)

"Functional Communication Training—Research Foundations" (Wayne Fisher, University of Nebraska Medical School and Monroe Meyer Institute, December 2014)

"Stimulus Preference Assessment Procedures" (Willie DeLeon, University of Florida, December 2014)