Toilet Training with Brandon Perez
Brandon Perez joins us to discuss his recent study focusing on simple and effective strategies for toilet training. The article discussed was published in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis in May 2020..Perez, B.C., Bacotti, J.K., Peters, K.P. and Vollmer, T.R. (2020), An extension of commonly used toilet-training procedures to children with autism spectrum disorder. Jnl of Applied Behav Analysis
Using BST to improve job interview skills w/ Anna Kate Edgemon
Anna Kate Edgemon joins us this episode to discuss using BST to improve job interview skills with adolescents. This was the focus of her recent journal article published in the journal of applied behavior analysis.Edgemon, A.K., Rapp, J.T., Brogan, K.M., Richling, S.M., Hamrick, S.A., Peters, R.J. and O'Rourke, S.A. (2020), Behavioral skills training to increase interview skills of adolescent males in a juvenile residential treatment facility. Jnl of Applied Behav Analysis.
The good behavior game in the classroom w/ Dr. Katie Wiskow
Dr. Katie Wiskow joins us to discuss the good behavior game from her recent journal article. Everyone managing a classroom should take a listen to this episode and try out some of these ideas!Silva, E. and Wiskow, K.M. (2020), Stimulus presentation versus stimulus removal in the Good Behavior Game. Jnl of Applied Behav Analysis.
Rich to lean error correction w/ Dr. Joshua Jessel
Dr. Joshua Jessel joins us this episode to discuss his article about rich to lean error correction. If you’ve never heard of “rich to lean error correction” check out this episode! Jessel, J., Ma, S., Spartinos, J. and Villanueva, A. (2020), Transitioning from rich to lean reinforcement as a form of error correction. Jnl of Applied Behav Analysis. doi:10.1002/jaba.717
MSWO Preference Assessments w/ Dr. Jennifer Fritz
Dr. Jennifer Fritz joins us to discuss her recent article on MSWO preference assessments. Have you ever considered that the individual's most preferred item may not be chosen first? Listen in to hear some things to consider when interpreting the results of your assessments.Fritz, J.N., Roath, C.T., Shoemaker, P.T., Edwards, A.B., Hussein, L.A., Villante, N.K., Langlinais, C.A. and Rettig, L.A. (2020), Validity of the multiple‐stimulus without replacement preference assessment for edible items. Jnl of Applied Behav Analysis. doi:10.1002/jaba.703