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Guest blog by Rachel Thomas, RBT Respondent Conditioning Auditory stimuli used for changing behavior dates back to the 1890s when physiologist Ivan Pavlov studied the effects of associating a bell tone with meat powder to elicit salivating in dogs. Though dogs are born with the reflex of drooling in the presence of stimuli that will satisfy their hunger,
Guest Author Bryant C. Silbaugh, M.A., BCBA   Of Course You Use Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)! Doesn’t Everyone? Every day, ABA researchers validate new assessments and behavior change procedures for improving human behavior in clinical practice. Have you ever wondered when these new developments become “evidence-based”? Wait! ABA has been supported by rigorous empirical research for over