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Robert K. Ross, Ed.D, BCBA-D – ABA and DIR/Floortime: Compatible or Incompatible?

1.5 Type II CE Credits/ 1.5 Ethics Credits Behavior analysts providing Early intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) to children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) may be asked to provide other interventions or collaborate with those providing other services. A large number of supplemental and or competing therapies exist, some of which have empirical support while […]

Hank Pennypacker, Ph.D – Strategies and Tactics of Behavioral Research

1.0 Type 2 CE Credit:  The search for answers to the causes of behavior originates with the advent of language and progresses from invented explanations through social scientific formulations to our present day natural scientific approach known as behavior analysis. This presentation traces this history with emphasis on the origins of measurement in the social sciences […]

Mary Jane Weiss, Ph.D. – Applying the Guidelines in Context: Ethical decision making, ethical supervision, and ethical training

1.0 Type II CE Credits/ 1.0 Ethics Credits Translating the ethical guidelines from a code of behavior into conduct in real-life contexts is a multi-component skill set. In this presentation, we will review the abilities that comprise this essential skill set, and will describe how to apply a problem-solving framework to ethical challenges. Application examples […]

Andy Bondy, Ph.D. – Multicultural Aspects of Ethical Practice

1.0 Type II CE Credits/ 1.0 Ethics Credits The application of strategies based upon the science associated with Applied Behavior Analysis requires constant referencing to the ethical standards of particular communities. Factors that might influence this process involve issues related to private vs. public schools and other public community settings, cultural factors related to familial […]

Aubrey C. Daniels, Ph. D. – “Business Ethics: Is there such a thing?” with introductory remarks “Ethics in Professional Practice: Are there really 50 shades of grey?”

1.5 Type 2 CE Credits  1.5 Ethics Credits This presentation was filmed at the 2012 CCBS Ethics in Professional Practice Conference About the Presentation: Business Ethics: Is there such a thing? Psychologists and other professionals are often asked to work with businesses to help them become more productive. Many of these professionals are not prepared to […]

Hank Pennypacker, Ph.D. – The Ethics of Buying in Without Selling Out

1.0 Type II CE Credits/ 1.0 Ethics Credits A short history of the basic research underlying the MammaCare Method of Manual Breast Examination will be presented. The role of measurement in the dissemination of the resulting technology will be discussed Also, the benefits to consumers of intellectual property protection will be described. Modes of dissemination […]

Tristram H. Smith- The Next Generation of Research on Applied Behavior Analytic Interventions for Individuals with ASD

1.0 Type 2 CE Credit: The extraordinary success of behavior analytic interventions for individuals with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has fueled the rapid growth of behavior analysis as a profession. However, behavior analysts face two challenges in sustaining this growth and continuing to improve ASD interventions: (1) confronting competition from investigators in other disciplines, who […]

Dr. Jay Moore – Conceptual issues in a science of behavior from Watson to Skinner

1.0 Type 2 CE Credit: John B. Watson was born in rural South Carolina in 1878. He held faculty positions at the University of Chicago and Johns Hopkins, delivered his behaviorist manifesto at Columbia University in 1913, carried out a controversial fear conditioning project with Little Albert B. in 1919-1920, but was obliged to resign from […]

Peter Gerhardt, Ed.D. – Behaviorally – based interventions for community – based challenges

1.5 Type 2 CE Credits: Despite a rapidly growing body of knowledge regarding effective, behavioral analytic intervention with school age children with autism, adult outcome studies indicate that the majority of individuals graduate to lives of limited independence and minimal community engagement. These poor outcomes can, perhaps, best be understood as the direct result of deficits […]

Donald A. Hantula, Ph.D. : Introduction to Behavioral Economics (2007)

2.o Level II CE Credits The second release in our Continuing Education (CE/CEU) program, this talk was originally filmed on May 29, 2007 in San Diego on the last day of the ABAI convention. The Cambridge Center is fortunate in having more than one leader in behavioral economics among its Trustees: Steve Hursh and Donald […]

Behavioral Treatment of Autistic Children: Ivar Lovaas (1988) In Historical Perspective

3.5 BACB Level II CE Credits The heart of this continuing education (CE/CEU) module is the film “Behavioral Treatment of Autistic Children: Ivar Lovaas,” produced by Ed Anderson (and sold separately through the CCBS Store). This 1988 film is put into historical perspective by a couple of “bookend” papers: Gina Green (2002) traces the lineage […]

60 Minutes in Behavior History: An Interview of Dr. Teodoro Ayllon with Dr. Hank Pennypacker

Dr. Teodoro Ayllon is one of the original scientists to apply operant conditioning techniques to human subjects, specifically in the psychiatric hospital.  Over the years, he applied the science to prison systems, schools, private organizations, and state and federal agencies.  He published over 80 scientific articles and 4 books covering the lifespan.  Dr. Ayllon is […]

Andy Lattal – The History of Behavioral Apparatus

1.5 Level II CE Credits The Cambridge Center is pleased to present this third installment in our Continuing Education (CE/CEU) series, a fascinating look at the way operant research labs have used and evolved technology in the development of our science of Behavior Analysis. Andy Lattal presented this to the Cambridge Center at our annual […]

Podcast – Dr. E Scott Geller

Free Podcast An interview conducted by Dr. Antonio M. Harrison, BCBA-D, discussing behavior analytic approaches to coaching and socially significant and impactful societal change with Dr. Scott E. Geller of Virginia Tech.  The discussion specifically focuses on the publication of Dr. Geller’s new textbook Actively Caring for People: Cultivating a Culture of Compassion, self-motivation, the […]