Narrow down the results
Tuesday, 4 May 2021 by Sebastian Jimenez
An extension of Kennedy’s work was published seven years later in 1999, by James Carr and colleagues. Their paper assessed the frequency of social-validity measures reported in the first 31 years of JABA. They analyzed the difference in trends of reporting social validity for experiments that had highly controlled analog settings versus more naturalistic and dynamic settings. The reason for doing so harkens back to Kennedy’s comments about the difference between basic and applied research.
Wednesday, 28 Apr 2021 by Sebastian Jimenez
The Heart of ABA: The Evolution of Social-Validity Reporting in JABA Part 2 of 3 In 1991, Schwartz and Baer publish a paper discussing
So where did social validity measures come from and what is the state of social validity in our applied research today? Sebastian Jimenez, a Masters Student in OBM & ABA at Florida Tech and an Intern at ABA Technologies asks these questions on today’s podcast. In a previous 3-part blog series. So has applied research found its heart? - Read the Blog Series Here:
Wednesday, 21 Apr 2021 by Sebastian Jimenez
In the 1978 seminal article Social Validity: The Case for Subjective Measurement or How Applied Behavior Analysis is Finding its Heart, Montrose M. Wolf discusses, among other things, the inception of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (JABA) in 1968. He writes that he was tasked with stating the purpose of the journal before it could go to press.
Operant Innovations 008 | Issues of Multicultural Diversity in the Ethical Practice of Applied Behavior Analysis | Part 2
Part 2 - Issues of Multicultural Diversity in the Ethical Practice of Applied Behavior Analysis with Dr. Kim Killu
Join Dr. Scott Geller as he introduces the Actively Caring for People (AC4P) movement and how wearing the COVID Mask is showing that you actively care for people.
This month on Operant Innovations - Thought Leaders, we are sitting down and speaking with Dr. Scott Geller about his history shaped him into the humanistic behavioral scientist he is today and how his eclectic education lead him from the experimental analysis of behavior, to behavior-based safety, and into humanistic behaviorism.
Join Operant Innovations as we speak to Rowan University and not only do we have faculty joining us, but also two students. Learn how Rowan University is unique in the classes, research, and practicum opportunities allowing their students to individualize their experience through their masters and Ph.D. programming.
Join Operant Innovations as we talk to Dr. Jacquelyn MacDonald & Dr. Diana Parry-Cruwys (two of the hosts of ABA Inside Track) about the on-campus and online programs at Regis College and how they constantly strive to provide their students with a fun, supportive, & scientific environment.
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Join Operant Innovations as we talk to Dr. Florence DiGennaro Reed about the history behind and the current programs at The University of Kansas and the plethora of opportunities in this midwest state (the midwest may not be what you expect)!
Saturday, 1 Oct 2016 by Bryant Silbaugh, PhD, BCBA, LBA
Of Course, You Use Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)! Doesn't Everyone?
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