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Six Principles of Effective Early Intervention
Jay Birnbrauer writes about Excellent found in an article by Craig Ramey and Sharon Landesman Ramey. (Reference: Ramey, C. T. and Landesman Ramey, S. (1998). Early intervention and early experience. American Psychologist, 53, 109-120.) These authors were not writing in support of applied behavior analysis or any other approach. They are highly respected investigators of early intervention. These are the results of their extensive research and literature review.
Tags: Early Intervention, Autism, EI
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Progress and Positivity: An Interview with a Behavior-Based Safety Facilitator at the Marathon Petroleum Company LP in Detroit, Michigan
An article about the Accreditation by Ken Killingsworth, MA, Member of the CCBS Exceptional Student Group
Tags: Marathon Petroleum, Behavioral Safety Accreditation, Ken Killingsworth
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A Minute a Day Makes Good Feelings Grow by Abigail B. Calkin
"Abigail had provided us with an opportunity to do some intellectual stretching exercises..." This article will help you be happier.
Tags: Self improvement, positive energy, positive behavior
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Students Use Golf Counters to Improve Self-Esteem by John Luby
As published in the Behavior Analysis Digest, Vol. 6, No. 2, Summer 1994 © W. Joseph Wyatt, Editor
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A Proposed New Program Perspective and Curriculum for Organizational Behavior Management by William B. Abernathy, Ph.D. and Dwight Harshbarger, Ph.D.
Many organizations implement aspects of OBM such as performance measurement and reporting, performance management training, incentive pay, and performance improvement techniques. These applications, however, are seldom based on applied behavior analysis principles. Traditionally, consulting firms have implemented formal OBM applications. Due to the limited number of such firms, the applications of OBM remain relatively insignificant in number - even though organizational interest is increasing exponentially. Drs. Abernathy and Harshbarger provide thorough analyses of what is needed in a new job role and academic programs that provide the skills and knowledge necessary to meet the new job requirements.
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A Review of Craniosacral Therapy by Thomas Zane, Ph.D.
Thomas Zane, Ph.D., BCBA-D, shares his column, "Science, Fads, and Applied Behavior Analysis" with the Cambridge Center.
Tags: Science Fads and ABA, Thomas Zane, Craniosacral Therapy, CST
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Applied Behavior Analysis and us: One parent's reflections on partnership and persuasion
Transcription of an address delivered at the 1999 Annual Board Meeting of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. The address was delivered by a parent of two children diagnosed with autism. Her address was intended to reinforce the valuable work performed by behavior analysts and to suggest improvements in transmission of behavior analytic work to the general public.
Tags: autism, aba, autism treatment, verbal behavior
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Assuring the Quality of Your ABA Interventions via Organizational Behavior Management: A Tutorial by Beth Sulzer-Azaroff, Ph.D.
This paper formed the basis of an invited tutorial on Organizational Behavior Management delivered at the Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, San Francisco, May, 2003, by Beth Sulzer-Azaroff, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst and President of the Browns Group of Naples.
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Autism at school: seven questions for parents by Richard Hastings, PhD
Many children with autism find aspects of everyday life difficult, and school is no exception. School is a complex environment at the best of times, but even more so if you struggle with social situations, understanding other people, demands to perform academic tasks, constant changes to routines, and noise, crowding, and other sensory issues. At school children with autism can develop academic and social skills, if they get the right support.
Tags: Autism at school, Intervention, schooling for autism
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Behavioural method is not an attempt to 'cure' autism By Richard Hastings, PhD
ABA isn't actually an autism treatment, although it can be used to make a positive difference. It can be applied at any age and not just with children with more severe autism. It's also used in other areas of education and in health, and among other things good parenting uses its principles. ABA has been used to improve safety, train elite athletes and to increase productivity at work.
Tags: autism intervention, autism cure, behavioral method for autism
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