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Applying Behavioral Analysis Across the Autism Spectrum - 2nd Edition
Applying Behavior Analysis Across the Autism Spectrum, Second Edition is appropriate for use in training programs designed to prepare personnel for working with children with autism, and which conform to the BACB's Guidelines in terms of course coverage and the required hours of field experience for graduate and undergraduate certification. In this second edition, Beth Sulzer-Azaroff is joined by co-authors Kathleen Dyer, Susan Dupont, and Dianne Soucy, who have added rich programmed applications from their actual practice settings. Each unit begins with a running narrative that provides a human-interest context for learning and practicing a set of basic instructional pre-programmed packages for students to master during their initial introduction to practice in the field. The narrative is then is followed by a set of well-structured materials to guide and support students as they more independently design and functionally analyze the impact of individually tailored programs With Applying Behavior Analysis Across the Autism Spectrum, first-time practitioners will gain experience in applying their previously acquired conceptual knowledge, thereby increasing their competence.


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Behavior Analysis for Lasting Change, Third Edition
Behavior Analysis for Lasting Change Third Edition G. Roy Mayer, Beth Sulzer-Azaroff, and Michele Wallace 800 pages / cloth ISBN: 978-1-59738-050-8 Sloan Publishing is proud to announce the publication of Behavior Analysis for Lasting Change by G. Roy Mayer, Beth Sulzer-Azaroff, and Michele Wallace, Third Edition. This comprehensive introduction to the field of behavior analysis has been completely updated and references thousands of scientifically-supported constructive solutions within hundreds of areas of human performance. (Link to Table 1.2 "A Sample List of Current Roles and Functions of ABA Program Participants") Features: Written by a team of authors who are experienced, accomplished, and well-respected as scientists, scholars, consultants and teachers in the ABA field. Includes the BACB Task List and prepares the reader for the BCBA exam. The text covers essentially all current concepts and readies the reader for supervised field application Provides adjuncts to accompany and support readers' mastery of the material in the text, including: An instructor's guide with numerous multiple choice and essay exam items for each chapter A student study guide Field activities An extensive glossary A Web-site containing: written supplementary illustrations and examples video illustrations a discussion board


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Behavior Theory in Practice, Parts 1 & 2 (DVD)
Behavior Theory in Practice, Parts 1 & 2Video by Ellen P. Reese (1965) Behavior Theory in Practice is a set of four color videos (Parts I-IV), each part approximately 21 minutes in length. Each individual Part presents basic behavior principles in the laboratory and examples of the presence and use of those principles in a variety of everyday settings with a variety of species. These were professionally produced in 1965 by Charter Oak Studios in New York, and were written and directed by Dr. Ellen Reese at Mt. Holyoke College, Massachusetts. The narration is simple, elegant, and surprisingly comprehensive. Although the film was made in 1965 the dress of the participants or other features of the material is not at all detracting, The quality of the video is excellent and the content exceptionally instructive. There are no comparable videos available. Titles of the four tapes are: Part I: Respondent and Operant Behavior; Part II: Shaping Various Operants in Various Species; Part III: Generalization; Discrimination and Motivation; Part IV: Sequences of Behavior. This video contains Part I (Respondent and Operant Behavior) and Part II (Shaping Various Operants in Various Species). (video, 43 minutes)For home use only.


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Behavior Theory in Practice, Parts 3 & 4 (DVD)
Behavior Theory in Practice, Parts 3 & 4 Video by Ellen P. Reese (1965) Behavior Theory in Practice is a set of four color videos (Parts I-IV), each part approximately 21 minutes in length. Each individual Part presents basic behavior principles in the laboratory and examples of the presence and use of those principles in a variety of everyday settings with a variety of species. These were professionally produced in 1965 by Charter Oak Studios in New York, and were written and directed by Dr. Ellen Reese at Mt. Holyoke College, Massachusetts. The narration is simple, elegant, and surprisingly comprehensive. Although the film was made in 1965 the dress of the participants or other features of the material is not at all detracting, The quality of the video is excellent and the content exceptionally instructive. There are no comparable videos available. Titles of the four tapes are: Part I: Respondent and Operant Behavior; Part II: Shaping Various Operants in Various Species; Part III: Generalization; Discrimination and Motivation; Part IV: Sequences of Behavior. This video contains Part III (Generalization, Discrimination and Motivation) and Part IV (Sequences of Behavior). (video, 43 minutes)For home use only.


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Behavioral Foundations of Effective Autism Treatment
Behavioral Foundations of Effective Autism Treatment is a comprehensive volume of key topics in behavior analysis for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).? Consisting of 17 chapters by noted experts in clinical research, this book is an authoritative resource in helping students and clinicians understand and apply behavior analysis to a wide variety of ASD-related issues. The first section, "Theory and Conceptual Issues," provides behavioral conceptualizations of key issues and careful analyses of relevant learning processes.? Specific topics include behavioral theories of autism, behavior analytic language and interventions for autism, verbal behavior, cumulative-hierarchical learning and behavioral cusps, joint attention, and complex social behavior. ??The second section, "Clinical Practice Issues," contains in-depth description of key clinical practice topics, including Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention, continuum-based education and treatment models, prevention and treatment of severe problem behavior, interventions for adolescents and adults with ASD, psychopharmacology and behavior analysis, Precision Teaching, and Direct Instruction. 320 pages / cloth / $81.95ISBN: 978-1-59738-031-7Available October 28, 2010


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Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Discovery, and Service - Omnibus Edition
In the early 1980s our Center was formed in Cambridge, Massachusetts to advance the new science and seek applications that might reduce human suffering. We took on many projects and were joined by some brilliant academicians and practitioners. In 1989 a fire destroyed our building and most of our accumulated resources, but as often happens, it also brought new life and attracted new people to take up the cause. We now operate as a charitable nonprofit corporation thanks to the generosity of our donors and revenue from our professional conferences and activities.  We are fortunate to list among our trustees and advisors a number of first or second generation disciples of the original founders, including many recognized leaders in the field, some of whom served as presidents of the new science’s various scientific and professional organizations. By charter, we are limited to 75 trustees, but we also have access to a great many advisors and exceptional graduate students.  In looking over this distinguished list, a few questions occurred to us: How did these people come to adopt this discipline? Why did they abandon a conventional course in favor of this new and often controversial one? Most importantly, how did their behavioral solutions differ from others that addressed similar problems?  This Omnibus Edition, having 29 tales, is the result of our decision to follow a fundamental dictate of the science: collect the data! We asked each of the contributors to prepare a response to the question:  Why and how did you come to this field? We asked them to tell their first person accounts in a way that would give the reader not only a sense of who they are but also how they applied the science to their unique area. We selected contributors who represent different areas of our science to give the reader a peek into how it was applied to different challenges. We imposed no stylistic guidelines, believing that authors would reveal much about themselves by the manner in which they chose to comply with our request.  The resulting contributions are as varied as the individuals themselves. Nevertheless, some interesting generalities emerge. For example, some of our contributors have intellectual roots in philosophy. Many abandoned traditional psychology in favor of the more pragmatic approach of the new science of behavior. In this edition and the one that preceded it, you will find stories from women and men who took on some incredible challenges. We hope that the courage and persistence of our pioneers will be apparent in their stories and will serve to inspire future generations. Contributing Authors and Titles: Aubrey Daniels, Taking Behavior Analysis to Work Tristram Smith, The Longest Journey Karen Pryor, Inside and Outside Behavior Analysis Henry Pennypacker, Reinforcement in the Key of C Andy Bondy, Picture This E. Scott Geller, Driven to Make a Difference Teodoro Ayllon, Present at the Creation of Applied Behavior Analysis Kurt Salzinger, Barking Up the Right Tree Beth Sulzer-Azaroff , The Journey of a Pioneer Woman Applied Behavior Analyst Murray Sidman, The Analysis of Behavior: What’s In It for Us? Robert Holdsambeck, Special Children Kent Johnson, Behavior Analysts Can Thrive in General Education Too Abigail B. Calkin, Always the Back Door Francis Mechner, Some Historic Roots of School Reform Terry McSween, Journey Through Behavioral Safety Carl Binder, Teachers and Students Passing it On Richard Malott, What Makes Dick So Weird? Travis Thompson, Imagination in Science Dwight Harshbarger, Sliding Doors: A Chronicle William L. Heward, Why Be a Behavior Analyst? T. V. J. Layng, In Search of Consequences Julie M. Smith, An Unusual Path to an Unusual Career in Organizational Behavior Management J. E. R. Staddon, ‘Superstition’ Philip N. Hineline, On Discovering What Our Science Is About Sigrid S. Glenn, Scratching the Itch for Integration James E. Carr, From Working as a Behavior Analyst to Working For Behavior Analysis Maria E. Malott, Searching for Answers: Behavior, Systems, and Culture Victor G. Laties, A Life in Behavior Analysis and Psychopharmacology A. Charles Catania, Antecedents: How Behavior Analysis Chose Me Omnibus Edition ISBN 13: 978-1-59738-090-4 ISBN 10: 1-59738-090-3 585 pages


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Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Discovery, and Service - Volume III
In the early 1980s our Center was formed in Cambridge, Massachusetts to advance the new science and seek applications that might reduce human suffering. We took on many projects and were joined by some brilliant academicians and practitioners. In 1989 a fire destroyed our building and most of our accumulated resources, but as often happens, it also brought new life and attracted new people to take up the cause. We now operate as a charitable nonprofit corporation thanks to the generosity of our donors and revenue from our professional conferences and activities.  We are fortunate to list among our trustees and advisors a number of first or second generation disciples of the original founders, including many recognized leaders in the field, some of whom served as presidents of the new science’s various scientific and professional organizations. By charter, we are limited to 75 trustees, but we also have access to a great many advisors and exceptional graduate students.  In looking over this distinguished list, a few questions occurred to us: How did these people come to adopt this discipline? Why did they abandon a conventional course in favor of this new and often controversial one? Most importantly, how did their behavioral solutions differ from others that addressed similar problems?  This book and the others in our series are the result of our decision to follow a fundamental dictate of the science: collect the data! We asked each of the contributors to prepare a response to the question:  Why and how did you come to this field? We asked them to tell their first person accounts in a way that would give the reader not only a sense of who they are but also how they applied the science to their unique area. We selected contributors who represent different areas of our science to give the reader a peek into how it was applied to different challenges. We imposed no stylistic guidelines, believing that authors would reveal much about themselves by the manner in which they chose to comply with our request.  The resulting contributions are as varied as the individuals themselves. Nevertheless, some interesting generalities emerge. For example, some of our contributors have intellectual roots in philosophy. Many abandoned traditional psychology in favor of the more pragmatic approach of the new science of behavior. In this edition and the one that preceded it, you will find stories from women and men who took on some incredible challenges. We hope that the courage and persistence of our pioneers will be apparent in their stories and will serve to inspire future generations. Contributing Authors: Philip N. Hineline, On Discovering What Our Science Is About Sigrid S. Glenn, Scratching the Itch for Integration James E. Carr, From Working as a Behavior Analyst to Working For Behavior Analysis Maria E. Malott, Searching for Answers: Behavior, Systems, and Culture Victor G. Laties, A Life in Behavior Analysis and Psychopharmacology A. Charles Catania, Antecedents: How Behavior Analysis Chose Me ISBN 13: 978-1-59738-112-3 ISBN 10: 1-59738-112-8 133 pages


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Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Discovery, and Service Volume II
In the early 1980s our Center was formed in Cambridge, Massachusetts to advance the new science and seek applications that might reduce human suffering. We took on many projects and were joined by some brilliant academicians and practitioners. In 1989 a fire destroyed our building and most of our accumulated resources, but as often happens, it also brought new life and attracted new people to take up the cause. We now operate as a charitable nonprofit corporation thanks to the generosity of our donors and revenue from our professional conferences and activities.  We are fortunate to list among our trustees and advisors a number of first or second generation disciples of the original founders, including many recognized leaders in the field, some of whom served as presidents of the new science’s various scientific and professional organizations. By charter, we are limited to 75 trustees, but we also have access to a great many advisors and exceptional graduate students.  In looking over this distinguished list, a few questions occurred to us: How did these people come to adopt this discipline? Why did they abandon a conventional course in favor of this new and often controversial one? Most importantly, how did their behavioral solutions differ from others that addressed similar problems?  This book is the result of our decision to follow a fundamental dictate of the science: collect the data! We asked each of the contributors to prepare a response to the question:  Why and how did you come to this field? We asked them to tell their first person accounts in a way that would give the reader not only a sense of who they are but also how they applied the science to their unique area. We selected contributors who represent different areas of our science to give the reader a peek into how it was applied to different challenges. We imposed no stylistic guidelines, believing that authors would reveal much about themselves by the manner in which they chose to comply with our request.  The resulting contributions are as varied as the individuals themselves. Nevertheless, some interesting generalities emerge. For example, some of our contributors have intellectual roots in philosophy. Many abandoned traditional psychology in favor of the more pragmatic approach of the new science of behavior. In this edition and the one that preceded it, you will find stories from women and men who took on some incredible challenges. We hope that the courage and persistence of our pioneers will be apparent in their stories and will serve to inspire future generations. Contributing Authors: William L. Heward Dwight Harshbarger T.V. Joe Layng Julie M. Smith J.E.R. Staddon  ISBN 13: 978-1-59738-072-0 ISBN 10: 1-59738-072-5 114 pages


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Behavioural Coaching 2nd edition by Howard Lees
This is the second edition of the behavioural coaching booklet. This booklet is designed to be a simple aid to the coaching process. This book is an excellent accompaniment to any course on improving personal skills. It is also an introduction to coaching for people considering either getting some coaching or becoming a coach. Download a sample PDF.


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Behavioural Safety for Leaders by Howard Lees and Bob Cummins
This booklet is an introduction to how you can use behavioural science to help you create a successful safety strategy. This popular booklet has become a favourite read for companies who have embarked on a behaviour based safety programme. Download a PDF Sample.
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