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Best Robert Parry Cruwys podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Robert Parry Cruwys podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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As a response to our tumultuous times, it’s so fortunate that we have so many behavior analysts speaking out about equality and social justice. This week two such leaders in the discussion, Denisha Gingles and Arin Donovan from the Beautiful Humans social change-cast, had some time to review this very important topic with us. This week, we look at …
 
Given how the world has been going, it’s about time we acknowledge that trauma is a much more regular occurrence than we might have originally believed. With that in mind, we asked Brian Middleton (a.k.a., the Bearded Behaviorist) from the Oh, Behave! podcast to join us to discuss research on trauma-informed care. We review signs of trauma in treat…
 
Training people the first time is easy. Actually ensuring that they’ve learned the target skills…is a tiny bit harder. Fortunately, special guest, Dr. Paula Braga Kenyon has some research-based ideas on how clinicians can use self-monitoring and technology to improve procedural integrity. And not just in one setting, but in multiple settings. Plus,…
 
We’ve extolled the virtues of behavior skills training (BST) nearly weekly on this show. But, can you believe, we’ve never actually done a full episode on this effective, research-based training intervention? Well, we decided to fix that oversight by digging into what components actually make BST so darn great. Plus, we finally review the oft-menti…
 
Extra instructions, color cues, and visual models are par for the course when teaching many new skills. But, what happens when these helpful prompts turn harmful? This week, we’re joined by Dr. Catia Cividini-Motta to discuss ways to overcome prompt dependence with learners. And, after all the research is reviewed, we get a knock-down, drag-out fig…
 
Given the preponderance of evidence that early intervention leads to better outcomes for children with autism spectrum disorder, isn’t it important to identify these children as early as possible? This week we review research in identifying early indicators of ASD in children, charting the course from preschool, to first-birthday parties, to TV-wat…
 
Unless you love conducting job interviews, you’re probably interested in keeping the employees you hire for as long as possible. But how much impact can your supervision have on minimizing staff heading for the hills? Dr. Byron Wine joins us to share his research and experience into staff turnover in the human services including whether employee re…
 
In light of recent events in the US, we’ve decided to move up our conversation with Adrienne Bradley and Kat Jackson from Black Applied Behavior Analyst, Inc. on the subject of racial diversity and inclusion. We discuss the importance of cultural humility, barriers to meaningful diversity initiatives, and how racism goes beyond being a good person.…
 
LIVE from the TxABA conference—which, because of the pandemic, we recorded in the comfort of our homes—it’s a fun-filled presentation from ABA Inside Track! Due to popular demand, we’ve switched up our original talk to discuss what research can tell us about promoting safety measures in our daily lives. Is there a way to improve hand washing in the…
 
You may say “toe-may-toe”, and I may say “toe-mah-toe”, but we’ve all learned to accept that these differences are ok. However, not everyone can take such perspective taking skills for granted, including many individuals with autism. This week, we take a peek into the behavior analytic literature to see how we can use recent research to supercharge…
 
This week we go beyond freakonomics into the realm of behavioral economics. And who better to guide us through the economics of fake IDs, tornado safety measures, and legal marijuana pricing then Dr. Derek Reed. Plus, why can’t ABA and behavioral economics research get along? Articles discussed this episode: Critchfield, T.S. & Reed, D.D. (2017). T…
 
Are you ready to talk about resurgence? Well, I certainly wasn’t, but we still recorded an episode all about it. And, y’know what, we had a great time doing so! Rob even demanded we add a bonus article on the topic, so moved by learning about this oft misunderstood component of behavior change. We hope that you are similarly moved…at the very least…
 
Outta tha’ way, professors (Diana and Jackie). It’s time for the BCBA working-class to shine! Joking aside, this week we focus on research related to being the best darn behavior consultants to teachers and to schools. And, to do it up right, we invited our podcasting pal, Matt Cicoria of the Behavioral Observations podcast to join us and to share …
 
It’s one thing to have a decent understanding of the Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Protocol (VB-MAPP). It’s another to discuss bringing this tool up to scale in practice. This week we invite local special educator/BCBA, Colleen Callahan, to share her work in implementing the VB-MAPP in the public school setting. We discuss mat…
 
Somewhere in space, this could all be happening right now. ABA Inside Track, the team that brought you Grab Bag 9, now bring you a podcast unlike anything on your planet: Grab Bag In Space! The story of social skills training, furniture reorganization, and green shopping bag purchases. It’s a big, sprawling ABA saga of research…and romance. It’s a …
 
We are very excited to have Dr. Jim Carr, president of the BACB, joining us on this week’s episode to discuss an area of research of which he is very passionate about: child welfare. Though many of us have a history of working with caregivers, few of us have done so in order to reunite children with their biological families. Dr. Carr shares some p…
 
As online communication becomes our new normal—at least for the time being—BCBAs are left scrambling to figure out how to adapt their services to their clients. Fortunately, telehealth systems have been in use in the medical field for some time. This week, we review a bevy of articles describing some of the ways training over telehealth can occur, …
 
While all of us are doing our best to respond to rapid changes during the current COVID-19 pandemic, many families are struggling with the loss of home ABA services. In response to these barriers, many smart clinicians are looking for novel solutions. On this special extra episode, we talk with one of these super smart folks, Dr. Francesca degli Es…
 
Are you like me and you’ve been wondering why massed trials seem to be the most popular format for discrete trial training? Ever think that there could be a better way? Lucky for you, this week we’re using research to pit massed trials head-to-head against other DTT formats in a knock-down, drag-out cage match for the ages. Will interspersed trials…
 
Trapped in the house with nothing but a bag of chips and a 5 lb weight? Well, at least you could spend some time PLANNING how you’ll create a healthier lifestyle. Tony Chambers and Clint Evans from The Behavior Chef podcast join us (virtually) to explain how choosing healthy foods is nothing but good old-fashioned behavior and how breaking bad heal…
 
What a nice way to kick off our March episodes with author, Dr. Mary Barbera, stopping by to talk about verbal behavior. We take a look into the process of using transfer procedures to teach tacts as well as get the chance to chat with Dr. Barbera about her own professional and personal history and how it led to her current work on the Turn Autism …
 
Though the topic has come up before, we decided it was high time that self-monitoring got its very own episode. Then, rather than just share a bunch of old research about how cool self-monitoring is, we figured we’d look for some of the more interesting ways self-monitoring has been used to improve behavior. From spelling tests to training classes.…
 
One of the joys of having done the podcast long is learning about the sheer number of applications of behavior analysis in the world. This week, Dr. John O’Neill brings us ABA in a way we never expected: Behavior assessment as a means of improving police training. Aside from the novel use of FBA methodology, we discuss the current state of police a…
 
For some reason Jackie decided that we needed to learn more about visual inspection. So, we did! Now we’re all refreshed on the steps involved in analyzing data graphically and making the best treatment decisions possible. If you listen to this week’s episode, your graph of “understanding the steps of visual inspection” will be on a very clear incr…
 
If you’re going to be in Massachusetts on February 26th at 7, come to Ground Effect Brewing in Hudson, MA for our first ABA Trivia Night! We’ll have fun questions, prizes, and beer with your pals at ABA Inside Track. Come join a team of four like-minded BCBAs and make some new friends or bring your colleagues for some after-work bonding. And, best …
 
Heeeeey, it’s Rob’s birthday. And rather than watch the time-caper thriller “Happy Death Day 2U” like he wanted to, let’s have a February preview. This month we kick things off with a trip to the gallery of line graphs to discuss improvements in visual inspection methodology. After that, we’ll be joined by Dr. John O’Neill to learn about how behavi…
 
Because your ABA Inside Track hosts are such chronic truth-tellers, we decided it was time to look into this “lying” we’ve heard so much about. For instance, we’re not sure why anyone would ever lie. Or whether it’s an important skill to learn how to lie, especially when your best friend tries on a questionable outfit. Or if learning about George W…
 
If you’ve listened to more than one of our episodes, you must enjoy listening to behavior analytic terminology. If so, that makes you unlike most of America who ::GASP:: really dislikes ABA jargon. Should we be offended? Drop our monocles in shock? Perhaps instead we should use research to figure out a better way to improve how we disseminate the s…
 
While we’ve certainly mentioned and even discussed the IISCA in previous episodes, for some reason we’ve yet to do a full-length episode on this relatively new tool in the behavior assessment arsenal. That all changes this week as we do a deep dive into the interview-informed synthesized contingency analysis with our special guest, Dr. Adithyan Raj…
 
It may be a question you remember from graduate school: What’s the deal with sensory extinction? Is it a form of extinction? Of punishment? Or, is it something else? This week, we revisit that old chestnut by discussion four articles that hope to solve the mystery of sensory extinction. And we review one of the most complementary replication articl…
 
As 2019 comes to a close, we’re joined by our podcasting buddy, Matt Cicoria, of the Behavioral Observations podcast to wax philosophical about all the going’s-on in behavior analysis in the past 12 months. From memorials to trends in research and practice we’d like to see continue to our hopes for the next year of our science. Wishing all of you H…
 
Well, how nice of you to stop by the ol’ campfire. Pull up a log, why dontcha? We’re just swappin’ stories, stories about our favorite research topics. Care for a marshmallow with chocolate and graham crackers? You can make one of those, whaddya call ‘em. S’mores? Do you have a favorite research article to spin a yarn about? Something to keep the d…
 
We got tired of executive functioning feeling like some ephemeral concept so we decided to reach out to someone who wrote a book on the subject, Dr. Adel Najdowski to demystify the term. Besides getting a great behavioral definition of executive functioning, we also get a whole boatload of tips on how to teach these very important skills. We’re pre…
 
This year the Berkshire Association of Behavior Analysis and Therapy (BABAT), our regional conference, celebrated it’s 40th anniversary. As a special treat, the BABAT board asked us at ABA Inside Track to interview guest speakers and attendees to celebrate this momentous occasion. It took Rob a while to edit together THREE HOURS of awesome conversa…
 
I hope that you’re listening closely, paying attention, because that’s all we’ll be talking about on this week’s episode. Whether you think of attending as looking at the teaching, looking at your work, or looking at yourself, attending plays a big part in learning. So, let’s get focused! Articles discussed this episode: Broden, M., Bruce, C., Mitc…
 
Speedy Delivery ain’t got nothing on us this episode as we sign, seal, and deliver all of our pressing ethical concerns to special guest, Dr. Darren Sush. Much like a BCBA Dear Abby, Dr. Sush discusses an array of ethical quandries pulled straight from his new book “A Workbook of Ethical Case Scenarios in Applied Behavior Analysis”. It’s almost two…
 
If you thought behavior assessment was hard, how much harder does it get when you add in the challenges of working with individuals from a different cultural background? We pose the question to special guest Dr. Liz Hughes-Fong and find out just how much more we have to learn about improving our cultural competence. Articles discussed this episode:…
 
When we weren’t attending amazing talks or giving our own—and when we weren’t enjoying all the snacks in between activities—we were able to meet up with a number of students presenting at the Thompson Center for Autism Conference poster session. We thought you’d like to hear about some of the work coming out of the University of Missouri and beyond…
 
LIVE from the Thompson Center! It’s ABA Inside Track! We’re back again with a talk we gave last month at the 14th Annual Thompson Center for Autism Conference all about parent stress. But, a funny thing happened on the way to the podium: We realized that decreasing parent stress isn’t as easy as just doing good training. Listen in for some tips on …
 
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