ABOUT THE BLOG

Bench to Boardroom

This blog will describe behavior analysis research and strategies deigned to workplace experiences and outcomes.
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Symbolic Language and Thought

This blog will focus on symbolic behavior and derived relational responding, with an emphasis on Relational Frame Theory’s (RFT) overarching goal of the prediction and influence of human behavior with precision and broad scope.
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Behaviorally Educated

Each post on Behaviorally Educated will feature a recent news story and a discussion of relevant behavior analytic literature.
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The Rational Addict

This blog will describe how the increasing challenges of addiction are able to be addressed by behavior analysis.
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Verbal Behavior Matters

This blog will shed light on the conceptual analysis of language from a behavioral perspective and highlight he applications of this important topic in behavior analysis.
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Connecting The Dots

The blog is to disseminate behavioral science on autism to a broader audience and showcase interesting autism topics and how they relate to our practice and research as behavior analysts.
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Under the Dome

This blog will focus on behavior analytic research and practice related to healthy living and caring for our planet.
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A new way of communicating science

The world is changing and so are the ways in which we communicate science to one another and the general public. ABAI is pleased to present six blogs authored by leading scholars in our field, all of whom will be regularly sharing research and commentary to provide you with the need-to-know content of how behavior science is changing, or could be changing, our world.

The purpose of the blogs is to connect behavior analyst practitioners, researchers, academicians, and other supporters of the field to newsworthy items relevant to the science of behavior. Included will be news stories, scholarly articles, commentaries, and occasional guest bloggers. All of the bloggers will be sharing their perspectives on various aspects of our science and its links to both practice and the world at large. We hope you will enjoy!

 

Latest Posts

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Autistic Adults

While the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has been collecting data and releasing information about the prevalence of autism in children for decades, 2020 marks the first time the CDC has reported …