show episodes
 
Wish you could do a better job keeping up with peer-reviewed journals? Why not listen to a podcast where behavior analysts discuss a variety of fascinating topics and the research related to them? Now you can spend your extra time thinking of ways to save the world with ABA.
 
ABA on Call presented by CentralReach, explores the Applied Behavior Analysis/Healthcare Technology industries through thought-provoking conversation. Watch to explore ideas and trends in the field with renowned ABA experts, Rick Kubina Jr., Ph.D, BCBA-D & Doug Kostewicz, Ph.D, BCBA-D. Earn BACB CEUs to support your ongoing certification for Season 3 and future episodes.
 
The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria is an interview-based show that features conversations with innovative scientists and practitioners in the field of Behavior Analysis. The podcast covers topics such as Autism, Functional Behavioral Assessment, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Functional Communication Training, Verbal Behavior, and more!
 
S
Sr Plus

1
Sr Plus

Dr. Aaron Blocher-Rubin, BCBA

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Sr+ is a positively reinforcing podcast for Behavior Analysts (BCBA), autism professionals, and leaders of human service organizations. Sr+ is brought to you by Arizona Autism United (www.AZAunited.org), a nonprofit organization with a mission to help as many families as possible with individualized supports. Sr+ features interviews with colleagues and professionals in various fields, including Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). The show is hosted by Dr. Aaron Blocher-Rubin, BCBA and CEO of AZ ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
For a variety of reasons, classroom management systems aren’t always readily adopted in our schools. Could it be because they’re too hard to maintain? Or ineffective? This week, we take a look at one such, easy-to-use, simple-to-master system, instructional control. Join us as we review chair choosing, work picking, and data analyzing to get to det…
 
Now, everybody loves functional communication. Only problem: at some point, the delay between functional communication and reinforcement has to reach a natural timing. And that's where everything falls apart. Rather than hope for the best, why not plan for it instead? Dr. Mahshid Ghaemmaghami joins us to discuss her research on this very topic and …
 
My friends at the Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis were kind enough to invite me to moderate their panel discussion at their annual conference that took place last April. One of the fun parts of moderating panels like these is being able to share it with the wider Behavioral Observations audience. This event was no exception. The 2021 VAB…
 
Throw on your sweater and grab a big ol’ mug of pumpkin spice latte. It’s a spooky preview for this month’s episodes. Between attending conferences and raking leaves, we’ll be hearing from Dr. Christopher Tullis about updates to preference assessment methodology, practicing delay tolerance training with Dr. Mahshid Ghaemmaghami, and exploring the u…
 
Dr. James Partington, legendary author of the ABLLS-R (Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills), joins the Behavioral View panel for stories and discussions about the differences between testing and assessment, the importance of B.F. Skinner’s verbal operants, and the relationship between assessment, goal development and meaningful outcome…
 
As a capper to Supervision September, we follow up last week’s episode on ethical supervision to explore just what it takes in the ABA Workplace to create strong leaders that promote ethical practice in every way. And since that requires discussing business things, we tapped Dr. Manny Rodriguez to share his extensive work on researching that very t…
 
Dr. Jim Moore returns to Behavioral Observations in this session. And I'm so thankful he had the time to chat, because this episode is jam-packed with great information for practitioners at all experience levels. We spent a few minutes catching the audience up on some of the changes in Jim's life since his last appearance on the show. In particular…
 
Instructional design (ID) is the practice of systematically designing instruction to create productive, and positive learning outcomes. ID has a generic model called ADDIE which represents five critical ID components: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. The present shows discusses how the ID components are important to be…
 
Due to the exponential growth of certified behavior analysts in the world, the number of supervisors needed per year requires more and more newly-certified individuals to step into this role. How can a field continue to grow skilled and ethical members when there aren’t enough seasoned practitioners to go around? This week, we review the state of s…
 
Linda LeBlanc and Tyra Sellers, two of the authors of Building and Sustaining Meaningful and Effective Relationships as a Supervisor and Mentor, join The Behavioral View to chat about the intricacies of the supervisory relationship. To earn CEUs for listening, click here , log in or sign up, pay the CEU fee, + take the attendance verification to ge…
 
I'm not a gamer... well, at least not at this stage of my life. But that aside, I really enjoyed this conversation with FIT doctoral student, James Riswick-Estelle. We talked about his he got into ABA in the first place, a brief history of eSports, the current status of eSports, and then, how he uses behavior analytic principles to enhance the perf…
 
It’s the final reckoning for our How to Win Friends and Influence People Book Club with our book club muse, Alan Haberman. We round out our discussion by getting to the leadership portions of the book and give our final judgments as to whether following these tips for “a new way of life” will have you supervising like a boss or like a Depression-er…
 
To kick off Supervision September, we’re going back to the ur-supervision book, “How To Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie. And, like most of our book club episodes the recording was a) too long and needed to be broken into two parts and b) features Alan Haberman with hot takes for days! Will HTWFIP stand the test of time or be bani…
 
In Session 165, I spoke with Brett Yarris, founder of The Bx Movement and co-founder of the Pro Football Network. I first heard about Brett when he was featured on The Controversial Exchange podcast with Ryan and Dimitri. In that episode, I recall how passionately Brett advocated for a wider application of our science, and in this regard, he is rea…
 
Huzzah! It’s the 5th annual Supervision September!! Enjoy all the episodes about supervision that you’ll need for the year including our definitive podcast about the classic business/supervision book “How to Win Friends and Influence People” with book club superstar, Alan Haberman. And if that weren’t enough, Dr. Manny Rodriguez joins us to talk ab…
 
Earlier this summer I had the chance to chat with Dr. Kelsey Ruppel, who is a Senior Consultant and the Director of Operations at FTF Behavioral Consulting. After I stopped getting tongue-tied in the introduction, we were able to cover a wide variety of topics, including: How she got into ABA. Pro-tips for remote consultation. A quick review of the…
 
Though more than ever humanity is waking up to the need to improve our sustainability efforts, doesn’t it still feel like looming environmental crises keep getting worse? This week, Dr. Meghan Martineau joins us to discuss the barriers and treatment options to improving human behavior around practices of sustainability. I mean, if an elementary sch…
 
After recording our latest patron book club on the dog behavior book, “The Other End of the Leash”, we were ecstatic to have the opportunity to learn even more about applied animal behavior from the author herself, Dr. Patricia McConnell. We discussed how “The Other End of the Leash” isn’t a typical dog training book, how human behavior is intertwi…
 
We were so excited to be a part of the inaugural BABA conference this June as sponsors and attendees. But we still wanted to learn more once the talks wound down. Fortunately, we were able to catch Adrienne Bradley and Dr. Danyelle Beal on a break from preparing next year’s conference to hear about the successes and the last minute stressors of pan…
 
Creativity has a long history in psychology and definitions and explanations for the occurrence of creative behavior has great variability. Behavior analysis has approached creativity like any other behavior. First, creative behavior is defined as novel behavior. Second, the verbal community labels what is and what is not creative. Understanding th…
 
While token economies may be one of the earliest well-known examples of applied behavior analysis in practice, this may have led to two larger issues: overreliance and misunderstanding. This week, we review some older articles leveraging token economy technology in applied areas both old (classroom behavior!) and new (mining!) to see whether everyt…
 
Sara Litvak and Dr. Ellie Kazemi return to the podcast - this time together - to catch us up on what's new with the Behavioral Health Center of Excellence, or BHCOE for short. Specifically, we discuss how the BHCOE has grown since Sara last checked in with us, how Ellie joined up with the organization as their Chief Science Officer, how the BHCOE d…
 
As ABA continues to grow as a profession, behavior analysts and service seekers need ways to identify high quality organizations. In this episode of The Behavioral View, the BCBA panelists discuss accreditation for ABA organizations, including the way accrediting organizations fit into the professional landscape, how standards are set, how the Lear…
 
As summer winds down, we’re still brining the heat with some hot research topics to discuss. First up, what’s the deal with token economies? Is one of our oldest applied technologies still all it’s cracked up to be? Then Dr. Meg Martineau has some thoughts on sustainability research for those of us who’d prefer some of our surface areas don’t becom…
 
As voted on by our patrons, we read and discussed Dr. Patricia McConnell's "The Other End of the Leash". Jackie was thrilled to suggest that our summer book club choice feature one of her favorite writers/speakers about dog behavior. But, this book wasn't just another training manual: It delved a lot deeper into both dog and human patterns of behav…
 
While many of us might think that the variables maintaining police brutality have nothing to do with us, Dr. Cody Morris may disagree. In fact, in his recent article, he and his co-author, Dr. Nicole Hollins, posit that many of those variables may be responsible for direct-care staff engaging in client mistreatment. Join us as we talk red flags and…
 
Dr. Natalie Parks from Behavior Leader stopped by the podcast again for another fun conversation. In her previous appearance, we talked about the importance of providing feedback "the right way." And in this episode, we extend that theme and discuss the work that she and her colleagues have done in helping several fire departments in the St. Louis …
 
This week we continue our look at what makes practitioners practitioners and researchers researchers…and how we both need each other to create a symphony of best-practices. It’s the researchers turn at bat so we discuss studies on how to widen the window of relevant research topics, to reframe methodology into better ways to answer relevant questio…
 
Behavioral fluency is a concept that has appeared with increasing frequency across the behavioral literature. Behavioral fluency is the term used to describe behavior that reach a quantitative frequency range and show behavioral effects such as maintenance, and generalization. Frequency building is a procedure that results in behavioral fluency. Fr…
 
As a show about reading research to improve practice, you’d think we’d spent more time reviewing research on WHY practitioners should review research regularly. Well, just in case we haven’t made it clear in the past five years, we’re exploring both sides of the research/practitioner coin in these next two episodes. This week: how can practitioners…
 
Behavior analysts sure do know everything. I mean, that’s why everyone on every multidisciplinary team calls us all the time to solve all the problems. Wait, they don’t?!?! Perhaps it’s time to eat some humble pie and learn what real collaboration means. Starting off this (hopefully) multi-part series, we chat with BCBA/SLP/Unicorn Dr. Erin Michaud…
 
The clinical application of ABA teaching techniques has been demonstrated to be useful in teaching functional skills in a variety of settings, but barriers to implementation are many. Fewer funding streams exist to support ABA services to transition-aged students and adults. Intensive 1:1 instruction can be time consuming and may also be unwanted b…
 
With summer just around the corner, many of us will have ample time to enjoy our leisure pursuits. But not everyone develops robust and entertaining hobby-finding behavior spontaneously. This week we're reviewing articles on supporting participation of autistic students and students with developmental disabilities in fun activities like computers, …
 
Behavior analysis has used within groups design as the means for establishing functional relations and communicating scientific findings in the lab and journals. Another popular method for analyzing behavior is between groups design. The two different approaches are sometimes described as polar opposites yet each can complement one another. The dif…
 
Gather round, employees! I’ve bought you all something so special. You’ll want to work twice as hard once you see what it is. Drumroll please. It’s tickets to the opera! What’s that? You don’t care for hours of singing in German? You can’t easily get a babysitter for a four-hour trip to the big city much less pay for parking? Well, guess I should h…
 
In Session 159 of The Behavioral Observations Podcast, Michael Maloney returns to the show. We spend a few minutes catching up since the last time we spoke (see Session 129), but then pivot to his recent collaboration with the Canadian charity organization, the Amorak Society. With help from the Rotary International's literacy initiative, these par…
 
We’d all love to ensure our teaching occurs at maximal efficiency, but it can be so hard to take advantage of emergent relations. What if Dr. Brian Blair and Dr. Lesley Shawler had some simple tech tweaks that you could explore to set up your own emergent relations training systems to make teaching efficient without the need for expensive software.…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login