Featured Guest Blogs by TBS

Manager Behaviors that Drive Away Good Workers

One thing that all fields have in common is workers.  While there are all different kinds of jobs, most jobs seem to have a hierarchical structure in which there is at least one position of management that oversees the work…
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Autism Family Escorted Off Plane

On Tuesday, May 5th, a family was escorted off a United Airlines flight after an emergency landing on the way to Portland, Oregon. Juliette, a 15-year-old female diagnosed with autism, along with her mother, father, and brother, were led off…
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Upholding Ethical Standards & Fostering Professional Relationships

Professional Relationships & Ethical Standards By: Tiffany N. Kilby, MS, BCBA (FABA Ethical/Professional SIG Chair) As behavior analysts, we have high ethical standards to uphold. More often than not, it seems like these high standards put a barrier between us…
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Elopement by Children With Autism

Elopement of Children with Autism: What we know, successful interventions, and practical tips for parents and caregivers, by NYSABA ­ What is Elopement? Elopement, also known as wandering or bolting, describes an individual’s behavior when leaving an area without permission…
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Let’s Disseminate!

“You’re a behavior analyst?  So you’re analyzing me right now?”  “Oh you do that ABA stuff?  That’s for autism, right?”  “ABA?  Isn’t that a lawyer thing?” Behavior analysts are tasked with disseminating the field of behavior analysis (Behavior Analyst Certification Board Guidelines for Responsible…
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Station – Featured Guest Blog on wordbrook

Thanks to wordbrook for featuring a guest blog by The Behavior Station.  The blogs of wordbrook are less than 200 words and are based on a one-word title.  The guest blog, “Station,” highlights the influence of the environment on behaviors…
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Definition – Featured Guest Blog on wordbrook

Thanks to wordbrook for featuring a guest blog by The Behavior Station.  The blogs of wordbrook are less than 200 words and are based on a one-word title.  The guest blog, “Definition,” demonstrates the importance of having high-quality definitions.  This…
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The Behavior Station 2014-2015

As 2014 comes to an end, we thought it would be beneficial to reflect on the journey of the past year and look forward before traveling into the new year.  This was a milestone year for The Behavior Station, and…
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The Ethics Train

All aboard the ethics train!  This September, the Ethics Train stopped at FABA World in Bonita Springs, FL.  It is always a great opportunity to meet with other behavior analysts.  But what about the other 51 weeks of the year? …
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Finding Reliable Info on Autism

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC; 2014), 1 in 68 children is considered to have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). As awareness for autism has increased, so have “treatments” for autism. “Treatments” that offer “cures” for…
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