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Is ABA Evidence-Based?
FAQs include: Is there scientific evidence that ABA works?; Haven't some reviews concluded that ABA doesn't work? What factors are important to consider in evaluating complex ABA interventions?; Are there studies on PECS?; Are randomized clinical trials the "gold standard" for testing whether an intervention works?
Tags: Applied Behavior Analysis, ABA, Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention, EIBI, evidence-based approaches, PECS, ABA evaluation
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Frequently Asked Questions about Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Autism
This resource contains Frequently Asked Questions about ABA, Guidelines for Selecting Behavior Analysts, Consumer Guidelines, Evaluating Intervention Programs, Rights of Clients and and ABA for Autism, an article by Gina Green.
Tags: Autism, Autism and ABA, ABA
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The Current Repertoire, (33), (1), Winter/Spring 2017
The newsletter of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies
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About Autism
About Autism provides background information about Autism, including a brief discussion of its causes and etiology, effective treatments, and definition of the pervasive developmental disorders that make up the Autism Spectrum.
Tags: autism, ABA, applied behavior analysis, behavior analysis, behavioral science
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Applied Behavior Analysis for Autism
An article by Gina Green. Excerpt: Recent years have seen a surge of interest in applied behavior analysis (ABA) in the treatment of autism. Scores of programs and practitioners claiming to "do ABA" have popped up, some seemingly overnight. Many stories about ABA for autism have appeared in the electronic and print media, and various task forces and committees have undertaken to evaluate published research on ABA and other approaches to autism treatment. Yet misconceptions about ABA – including some that have been around for years – persist, and many treatment programs that claim to be "doing ABA" really are not. How can families, professionals, and funding agencies differentiate genuine ABA programs and practitioners from posers? It is difficult to paint a picture of genuine ABA treatment for autism in words, especially in a limited space, but this article attempts to describe some of its key features.
Tags: Autism, ABA, Autism Treatment, Gina Green
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Behavioral Safety - ISHN Article: It's all about ownership by Timothy Ludwig
ISHN is a business-to-business monthly trade publication targeted at key safety, health and hygiene buying influencers at manufacturing facilities of all sizes. Dr. Ludwig is on the Commission on Behavioral Accreditation – Behavior-Based Safety.
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Behavioral Safety - ISHN Article: What you learn from falling on your butt by Timothy Ludwig
ISHN is a business-to-business monthly trade publication targeted at key safety, health and hygiene buying influencers at manufacturing facilities of all sizes. Dr. Ludwig is on the Commission on Behavioral Accreditation – Behavior-Based Safety.
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Behavioral Safety - ISHN Article: When dad is a safety geek by Tim Ludwig
ISHN is a business-to-business monthly trade publication targeted at key safety, health and hygiene buying influencers at manufacturing facilities of all sizes. Dr. Ludwig is on the Commission on Behavioral Accreditation – Behavior-Based Safety.
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Consumer Guidelines for Identifying, Selecting, and Evaluating Behavior Analysts Working with Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
The Autism Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Association for Behavior Analysis International asserts that all children and adults with autism spectrum disorders have the right to effective education and treatment based on the best available scientific evidence. Unfortunately, many interventions for autism have not been shown to be effective in sound research; others have been shown to be ineffective or harmful. 1 Research has long documented the effectiveness of applied behavior analysis (ABA) methods in the education and treatment of people with autism. 2 Although it is beyond the scope of these guidelines, the autism SIG urges consumers to inquire about scientific support for all autism treatments.
Tags: behavior analysis, ABAI, Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, applied behavior analysis, consumer guidelines
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How To Evaluate Intervention Programs
An article written by Jay S. Birnbrauer.
Tags: Evaluating Autism Programs, Autism
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