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ABA Inside Track

Jan 31, 2024

Making mistakes isn’t all bad. Unless those mistakes result in faulty stimulus control during skill acquisition. But, fret not, this week we dive into some of the options available as you craft your programs to respond to errors in a way to maximize learnining efficiency while taking the preferences of your client...

Jan 24, 2024

This week we return to one of of favorite (and most important topics): training others to work with adults with significant disabilities. And, in our excitement to talk to Dr. John Guercio on everything this entails, we almost forgot to talk about the specific articles! Whether looking at the primary means of supporting...

Jan 22, 2024

Enjoy a short preview of our latest full-length Book Club episode.  Want to hear the whole thing and get 2 CEs for free? Subscribe to our Patreon today at the premium $10+ levels for that plus other bonuses!

While we've covered acceptance and commitment therapy a few times before, we'd never really dug too deeply into...

Jan 17, 2024

Far over standard celeration graphs cold

To research labs deep and operant chambers old

We must respond, ere break of a targeted duration

To mand our pale enchanted reinforcers


This episode is available for 1.0 LEARNING CEU.

Articles discussed this episode:

Heward, W.L. Kimball, J.W., Heckaman, K.A., & Dunne, J.D....

Jan 10, 2024

Just because something is popular doesn’t make it right. And this week we talk about the most unethical example of this in reviewing the costs and dangers of fad treatments. While we spend a good deal of time discussing sensory integration, the hypothesis behind it as a treatment, and its effectivness (or lack...