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My Personal Experience with Autism and Interactive Toys

Parenting is an extremely challenging thing. For each parent, in various ways. Nevertheless, it’s a great and incomparable happiness. I would like to share my own parenting experience. It’s a very intimate, special experience as my little daughter has autism…
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Recommended Course: Bringing ABA to the World via Public Speaking

Disseminating behavior analysis is an ethical obligation of behavior analysts (BACB Ethics Code 6.02). To learn more about how behavior analysts can disseminate behavior analysis to the public, I recommend the Florida Institute of Technology course How to Bring ABA…
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Improvisation as an operant process

During college, I played bass guitar in a band. Our main style of music happened to be funk; however, we differed from other funk bands because of our behavior. In making music, we developed an entire repertoire of behaviors that…
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Halloween – Why do we do it?

With Halloween coming, I have seen a lot of interesting (and weird) posts online. It made me wonder what kind of Halloween post I should write for The Behavior Station.  The Aubrey Daniels Institute has already covered “how to shape…
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Are our clients truly prepared for the “real world”?

I was recently part of a very eye-opening experience that I feel is important to share with my fellow behavior analysts, as well as to the parents/guardians of individuals receiving Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services. In between therapy sessions, I…
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