Kristin Myers-Kemp, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA-NY

Senior Vice President, Product Strategy

Kristin Myers-Kemp

Dr. Kristin Myers-Kemp is the executive vice president of ABA Technologies, Inc. As an executive team member, Kristin helps to ensure ABA Tech stays on course toward its mission and oversees the efforts of the Curriculum and Instructional Teams. Kristin is the program director for the ABA Online Program, a collaboration of ABA Technologies, Inc. and Florida Institute of Technology.

Kristin received a Master of Science in applied behavior analysis from FIT in 2005. After several years of working in child welfare for the University of Florida Behavior Analysis Services Program, Kristin returned to FIT and completed a Ph.D. in behavior analysis under Dr. David Wilder in 2011.

Kristin has experience in child welfare, parent training, treatment of problem behavior, and has been a co-instructor for the ABA Online Program at FIT since 2007. Today, Kristin is most passionate about curriculum design and training students in the science of behavior analysis.

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Florida Tech BACB Certification: Which Path Should You Choose?

There are a variety of paths that individuals take to enter the field of behavior analysis. A few take a direct route by entering a graduate program in behavior analysis after undergrad. Still, many pursue behavior analysis at a later time.
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Registered Behavior Technician® (RBT®) Training Updated for 2022

Our RBT Training is updated for the new 2022 BACB RBT requirementsThis training program is based on the Registered Behavior Technician Task List and is designed to meet the 40-hour training requirement for the RBT credential. The program is offered independent of the BACB.The course is 100% online and self-paced with a 180-day limitThere are 17 total modules of instructional content, and they are:
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Which ABA Conference Should I Attend?

As certified behavior analysts, we must keep current with emerging science and technologies and obtain continuing education. One way to stay abreast of the happenings in the field is to attend local, state, national, and even international conferences. However, there are so many great conferences; how does one choose? To help answer this question, these are the ones I am prioritizing this year.
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The Sun is Bright, and Sunscreen is Sticky: An Analysis of an Avoidance Scenario

As behavior analysts, we constantly try to determine why people do what they do. Often this is in a clinical context. Why does Johnny tantrum? Why does Jane flop during transitions? Other times we try to analyze scenarios as a brain exercise, conceptual analysis for fun, or for those preparing for…
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From Task List to TCO: A New Name and Content Update

Much like the bar exam covers the content a law student needs to know before entering the field of law, the BACB® Task List has long served as the guide to the knowledge and skills on which a student of behavior analysis will be tested before entering the field as a certified behavior analyst. The Task List — currently in its 5th edition — is revised periodically based on the needs and…
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Understanding the Split: BACB Standards & TCO Transformation

Once upon a time, there was a couple named by their shared editions.  The BACB® Standards and the BACB® Task List were long-standing partners known for their synchronized updates. But in 2022, to reaffirm their separate and distinct purposes, the BACB® announced a split in the marriage of the Task List and the Standards. The split also comes with a name change. Starting in 2025 with the 6th…
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Intro to the Series - Tackling the Test

Part 1 
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