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Dr. Linda LeBlanc and Dr. Tyra Sellers are joined by Dr. Shahla Ala'i-Rosales! This episode describes the importance of understanding your learning history with prior supervisors and influencers. There are several benefits of reflection on your past experiences with supervisors, mentors, coaches . . . good, bad, and ugly. The podcast describes an activity for exploring the past influences in order to identify your values and design your actions as a supervisor. In addition, the listener is guided through an activity for identifying future development goals and seeking influencers and mentors to help them achieve those goals.
This month on Thought Leaders, we are joined by Dr. Shahla Ala'i-Rosales as she tells us how her familial history brought her to the field and how her religion is important and not mutually exclusive from the science of behavior. Shahla talks about her phenomenal history and how it has brought her to a multi-disciplinary team.
This month on Operant Innovations - Thought Leaders, we are back with Dr. Darnell Lattal as she answers tells us about her history with familial ties to the military after WW2 and the human rights movements and how that drove her to the field of behavior analysis. Ultimately, becoming one of the first women in the field of Organizational Behavior Manage
This episode focuses on the fact that effective supervisory relationships are built on bi-directional collaborative efforts on the part of the supervisor and the supervisee. There are risks for supervisee, supervisor, clients, and the field as a whole if there is no collaborative effort and the two parties do not each feel respected, valued, and acknowledged. The podcast describes strategies for setting expectations for the relationship from the outset and for establishing collaborative goals for supervision. The importance of bi-directional feedback is explored and strategies for creating a committed and healthy learning context are reviewed.
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)!
by Jana Burtner
A dark history of failed institutions, eugenics, experimentation, and the triumph of human-centered science over bigotry and neglect. The historical and clinical content of this blog is based on work by Thomas Freeman, MS, BCBA, LBA-NY, LBA-MA, who has spent many years working and researching
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“Skinner’s work is squarely within the tradition of Humanistic Philosophy. This is accurate despite the objections of others. What we know of as Behavior Analysis is much more in keeping with Humanistic Philosophy and Skinner’s place should not be argued.”
Copies of the world made within the skin either by the brain or mind are unnecessary, and a search for them will not lead to an account for conscious content. T. V. Joe Lang, PhD
Join Annie Escalante, the Co-Founder, and Chief Behavioral Officer, from BehaviorMe as she dives into the ever evolving field of Virtual Reality.
Thought Leaders, we are sitting down and speaking with Dr. Wayne Fuqua about his history shaped him into the behavior analyst he is today and a chance encounter that could have changed the future of the field of behavior analysis as we know it.
This month on Operant Innovations - Thought Leaders, we are sitting down and speaking with Dr. Linda LeBlanc about her history, how she came to the field, and how she got to where she is today through her go-getter-ness and determination.
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.
This month on Operant Innovations - Thought Leaders, we are speaking with Dr. Denise Ross as she tells us about her history and coming from a school with few African-American students, then being able to bring it full circle by teaching and producing BIPOC students, doctors, and researchers. Dr. Ross reminded me that every stop we take along our journey is purposeful in teaching us more about who we are and what our goals are.