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I won't lie. The past month has been hard. For some of you, it may have been more than the past month. Throughout this pandemic, and quarantine, it has been easy to get down on ourselves and feel as though our lives have come to a halt. This week, Dr. Geller talks to us about the intense power in which the manner we speak to ourselves plays into our day-to-day lives. Is there a way for us to "talk" ourselves out of our slumps?
We are back talking about personality and states vs. traits, but Dr. Geller will expand on this and bring it into a social context. How does an old dog learn new tricks? Can we influence pro-social and cultural changes that will ultimately influence personalities? Is our current culture of independence going to sustain or must we switch to a culture of interdependence? There are so many considerations when talking about how our behavior influences others, but shouldn't we be trying to make this a better world for all (instead of just for ourselves)?
Wednesday, 17 Feb 2021 by Vincent Bello
Part 6 of 7 The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing many businesses to make rapid changes. Organizational success heavily relies on how businesses are able to adapt their technology, marketing strategies, leadership roles, and products and services to meet changing market demands.
Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020 by Carlos A. Zuluaga, MS, BCBA
The goal of ABA practitioners is to help consumers of behavior-analytic services achieve meaningful outcomes. Such a noble goal demands the identification and implementation of effective interventions. It is clear the implementation of effective treatment involves the manipulation of relevant environmental events influencing the behavior of consumers.
Many of us have taken a course on motivation and are not new to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, but did you know that toward the end of his life Maslow revised this hierarchy?
Thursday, 16 Apr 2020 by Andy Lattal, PhD
The current hygienic practices of many of us blurring the lines between normal and OCD, I imagine that it also might be disconcerting to someone suffering from OCD to see personal behavior patterns for which there were at least mild societal and social punishers become not only acceptable but also necessary.
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.
Thought Leaders, we are back with Dr. Stephanie Peterson as she answers the questions "Where do you see the field going?" and/or "Where would she like to see the field go?"
Thought Leaders, we are sitting down and speaking with Dr. Stephanie Peterson about her history, how she came to the field, and how she got to where she is today through some serendipitous early life experiences.
Dr. Geller has been talking about using the science of behavior in conjunction with positive psychology for some time. Now it is your turn to connect the two! Recently, on social media, a book by Dr. Martin Seligman was posted and the question was asked if anyone uses these practices?
Today we are joined by Kellie Kotwicki, MS, BCBA, LBA & Dr. Vicki Madaus Knapp, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA of Daemen College. If you have been looking for a program that can tailor to your every need, this is the program for you! With FOUR different options, Daemen College offers every option that a student of applied behavior analysis could need. As you listen you will hear the passion that these faculty members have for their program, colleagues, and students.
Join Operant Innovations as we speak to Rider University as we hear about their passion for training their students in a plethora of different fields of study within behavior analysis - for example gambling, basic, exercise, translational work, and more! With the plethora of community partnerships, Rider students have ample tracks to gain personalized experience.