Coursepacks

Use our modules to supplement your own teaching or training!

A Foxylearning coursepack allows you to supplement your own teaching or training with our high-quality tutorials or interactive videos. Students purchase the digital coursepack, gain immediate access to the assigned modules, and then you monitor their progress and performance from the myTeaching dashboard. Our modules have been used to supplement over 1,000 courses at over 120 colleges and universities around the world! Getting started is easy:

Create Coursepack

Complete a simple form to tell us about your course and the learning modules you would like to include in your coursepack. We’ll create your coursepack for you and send you a unique link to give to your students.

Refer Students

Students visit your unique link to purchase the coursepack you created. Upon purchase, they’ll gain immediate access to all learning modules in the coursepack and will be placed in a special group for your course.

Track Performance

Track your students’ progress and performance on any assigned modules via the myTeaching dashboard. All data can be downloaded for local storage or easy import into a learning management system.

Available Modules

We have two types of modules that you can include in your coursepacks: multimedia tutorials and interactive videos. We offer free, open-access versions of both that you can begin browsing right away. The open-access tutorials do not include the module’s final quiz or track progress, but the rest of the content is the same. The open-access videos do not include the embedded questions that come with the coursepack version. If you’d like complimentary access to the full coursepack versions of any of our modules, just let us know!

Multimedia Tutorials

An Introduction to Relational Frame Theory

by Eric J. Fox, Ph.D.

This is our flagship tutorial, written and developed by the founder of Foxylearning, Dr. Eric J. Fox. It was first released in 2004 and was Foxylearning’s very first product when our website was launched in 2010. This tutorial is designed to help the learner master the key concepts, terms, and approach of RFT. Price: $12.

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Amy Weisser (Wadena, US)
Easy to follow

RFT was confusing to me when we went over it in class. After going through these lessons, it seemed so much clearer!

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olivera bogdanovic

Great learning experience! much better than a textbook =.)

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Sam Freville (Murray, US)
Entertaining and Informative

I thought this introduction was clear and used wonderful examples to keep me engaged! The way the lessons were split up with mini quizzes within allowed me to remember the material and really see how the information is important in everyday life! Also, I appreciated the humor sprinkled throughout!

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Carlin Buller

Great way to learn about RFT - found the module engaging and informative.

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Krista Fleck

This tutorial was very helpful. I had no knowledge about RFT and now have a basic understanding of this topic.

Learning Objectives
Upon completing the tutorial, the learner should be able to:

  • Identify two of the distinguishing characteristics of human language and how they are accounted for by Relational Frame Theory (RFT)
  • Identify definitions and examples of key theoretical concepts in RFT (including derived stimulus relation, functional contextual theory, relational responding, generalized operant, multiple exemplar training, mutual entailment, combinatorial entailment, transformation of stimulus functions, and contextual cues)
  • Specify the process by which relational responding leads to derived stimulus relations
  • Analyze samples of natural language using the terms and concepts of RFT
Length
This tutorial consists of 15 lessons of instructional excitement. Time to completion varies widely (and is difficult to measure precisely in a self-paced, fully online format like this), but our best estimate of a measure of central tendency for completion time is about 5 hours.
Features
  • Multimedia instruction featuring text, audio narration, graphics, and brief animations
  • Active student responding, with frequent “knowledge checks” (brief quizzes) and other interactions throughout
  • Mastery learning, with a passing score on regular knowledge checks required to advance
  • A 30-question comprehensive quiz at the end of the module
  • A personal notes tools that allows the student to take notes for each lesson
  • A public comment/discussion board for each lesson

An Introduction to Verbal Behavior

by Norman Peterson, Ph.D.

This tutorial is based on a programmed textbook written by Dr. Norman Peterson in 1978 and adapted to an online, multimedia format by Dr. Eric J. Fox in 2010. It is widely considered an essential primer for students studying verbal behavior that helps them quickly and thoroughly master the core concepts in Skinner’s analysis. Price: $12.

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Vicky Church (Knoxville, US)
Great info and a touch of humor

I had to purchase the module for graduate school. I found the information and presentation engaging and informative. I would gladly purchase another module from foxylearning.

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Carissa (Miller Place, US)
Amazing

I really learned a very complex topic in a simple way where they broke down the topics and really made sure your understanding of them was clear before moving onto the next.

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Rebecca Eisenhauer (Mt. Dora, US)
Great Tool for Learning

A great program that was well organized and helpful.

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Alyssa Smith (Shrewsbury, US)
Super helpful!

I found the knowledge checks to be a helpful way to stay focused. I loved the option to read the passages myself or listen to the audio

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Taylor (Shelbyville, US)
Excellent training

This module clearly explains the material through examples and non examples, breaking complex topics down into smaller, easier to digest pieces. Excellent for anyone learning about verbal behavior!

Learning Objectives
Upon completing this tutorial, the learner should be able to:

  • Identify definitions and examples of key theoretical concepts in Skinner’s analysis of human language (including verbal behavior, verbal stimulation, thematic and formal control, tact, mand, echoic, intraverbal, textual, taking dictation, audience control, types of extension, multiple causation, secondary verbal behavior, and autoclitic mands and tacts)
  • Distinguish between formal and thematic control of verbal behavior
  • Classify examples of the different ways verbal operants can be extended
  • Specify the different ways we learn to respond to private stimulation
  • Analyze samples of natural language using the terms and concepts of Skinner’s analysis of verbal behavior
Length
This tutorial consists of 47 lessons of instructional magic. Time to completion varies widely (and is difficult to measure precisely in a self-paced, fully online format like this), but our best estimate of a measure of central tendency for completion time is about 5 hours.
Features
  • Multimedia instruction featuring text, audio narration, and graphics
  • Active student responding, with frequent “knowledge checks” (brief quizzes) throughout
  • Mastery learning, with a passing score on regular knowledge checks required to advance
  • A 30-question comprehensive quiz at the end of the module
  • A personal notes tools that allows the student to take notes for each lesson
  • A public comment/discussion board for each lesson
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You can launch the lessons of the open-access version of this module using the links below. The open-access version does not include the final quiz or our personal notes tool, but the rest of the content is the same.

Module Content

Introductory Concepts
Elementary Relationships
Extensions of Verbal Behavior
Multiple Controlling Relationships
Building on the Elementary Relationships

Mastering the Basics of Visual Analysis

by Katie Wolfe, Ph.D., BCBA-D & Timothy Slocum, Ph.D.

This tutorial offers a systematic, evidence-based procedure for training individuals to conduct valid and reliable visual analyses of single-subject data. It features extensive discrimination training and practice opportunities; adaptive instruction and remediation for errors; and full audio narration in a self-paced, mobile-friendly format. Price: $12.

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Mary Stahl (Mt. Pleasant, US)
Mastering the Basics of Visual Analysis (CP)

This learning module helped me to grasp the concepts and provided meaningful knowledge checks along the way. I did find the test at the end to be much more difficult than the periodic checks throughout the modules but it led to a deeper understanding of the material presented.

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Chara Hosom (Spartanburg, US)
Great Tutorial

I have a much better understanding of visual analysis now and feel more confident in being able to visually analyze data to determine the effect of treatment. The tutorial provides step by step for the process with a lot of practice and explanations to improve the process of visual analysis.

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Jakob Marvin (Westbank, CA)
Easy Learning

The way each slide only had a small amount of information made it easy to not feel overwhelmed by each slide and encouraged me to keep going.

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K Robinson (Hickory, US)
Learning is great, test is horrifying

I loved how it taught and went over the material. It was very helpful in helping me master the material. However, the test at the end is terrible. It is impossible to ace. After my 50th attempt I was able to get a 100%. If you get half the question wrong, you got the WHOLE question wrong.

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Abosede Fateru (Sicklerville, US)

The post test is difficult and confusing

Learning Objectives
Upon completing the tutorial, the learner should be able to:

  • Describe the basic purposes of single-subject research
  • Identify the key parts of line graphs that depict behavioral data
  • Define level and estimate the level of a data path
  • Define slope and estimate the slope of a data path
  • Project the slope of baseline data into the intervention phase to compare the projected data pattern to the actual data pattern
  • Identify whether an intervention may have caused a change in the level or slope of behavior
Length
This tutorial consists of 4 lessons of instructional fun. Time to completion varies widely (and is difficult to measure precisely in a self-paced, fully online format like this), but our best estimate of a measure of central tendency for completion time is about 2 hours.
Features
  • Multimedia instruction featuring text, audio narration, and graphics
  • Active student responding, with frequent “knowledge checks” (brief quizzes) and other interactions throughout
  • Adaptive instruction, with extra remediation practice provided when an incorrect response is provided
  • Mastery learning, with a passing score on regular knowledge checks required to advance
  • A 10-question comprehensive quiz at the end of the module
  • A personal notes tools that allows the student to take notes for each lesson
  • A public comment/discussion board for each lesson
Show Tutorial Content
You can launch the lessons of the open-access version of this module using the links below. The open-access version does not include the final quiz or our personal notes tool, but the rest of the content is the same.

Teaching Listener Responding to Children with Autism

by Kaneen Smyer, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Jamie Severtson, Ph.D., BCBA-D, & Linda A. LeBlanc, Ph.D., BCBA-D

This tutorial teaches a procedure for teaching listener responding to children with autism based on Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention and Discrete Trials Teaching. It was developed using a Behavioral Skills Training approach and features extensive video modeling and simulated task activities. Price: $12.

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Veronica (Chisinau, MD)
Great exercises

Great courses for new employees.
Highly recommend training new trainees with this course, as you will save time and money. `it has great exercises, which is unusual for an online tutorial.
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Megan Butler (Indianapolis, US)
Fun & easy!

This product was purchased for a class, but it is a quick and easy way to learn about the topics presented in the modules. Very painless and quite useful!

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Shannon (Calgary, CA)

The information is laid out in a very organized fashion that makes retaining the information easy.

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Rebecca Phosavath (Palatka, US)

Teaching Listener Responding to Children with Autism (CP)

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Katy (San Antonio, US)
So many technical glitches

Had to restart lessons 6+ times as the next page would not load and I would be booted completely out when trying to refresh 1 page

I'm sorry to hear you had a problem with this module. The problem you are describing was likely due to corrupted browser cache or cookie files and probably would have been resolved by clearing your cache or cookies. Sometimes there is a conflict with a browser plugin or extension that has been installed, but this is less common. We could have told you this (and saved you the trouble of restarting lessons multiple times) if you had reached out for help, but I do not see any support tickets or emails from you. If you experience any problems with our site or modules in the future, I encourage you to contact us using the omnipresent blue help button in the corner of every page of our site.

Learning Objectives
Upon completing this tutorial, the learner should be able to:

  • Implement a discrete trials teaching procedure to teach listener responding to children with autism
  • Identify errors made implementing the procedure
  • Discriminate correct and incorrect responses by the learner
  • Match prompt levels to the amount of help they provide
  • Recognize examples of different prompt levels
  • Specify the prompting hierarchy for probe sessions
  • Indicate the prompt level required for teaching trials based on probe trials data
Length
This tutorial consists of 10 lessons of instructional wonderment. Time to completion varies widely (and is difficult to measure precisely in a self-paced, fully online format like this), but our best estimate of a measure of central tendency for completion time is about 1 and a half hours.
Features
  • Multimedia instruction featuring text, audio narration, graphics, and video clips
  • Behavioral Skills Training, with video modeling and task simulations
  • Active student responding, with frequent “knowledge checks” (brief quizzes) throughout
  • Mastery learning, with a passing score on regular knowledge checks required to advance
  • A 10-question comprehensive quiz at the end of the module
  • A personal notes tools that allows the student to take notes for each lesson
  • A public comment/discussion board for each lesson

Interactive Videos

Interactive videos are priced at about $3 per hour of content. Most videos are about an hour in length and cost $3, but some are longer. Exact prices can be found on the coursepack creation form.

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Dr. Jessica Korneder, Payton Boudreau, & Anna Jenkins
A Review of Treatment Options Using Script and FCT to Address Challenging Behavior (Korneder, Boudreau, & Jenkins)Challenging behaviors are often the result of a child’s inability to meet their needs appropriately. One reason children with ASD engage in these responses may …
Dr. Susan Wilczynski
Abuse and Autism Spectrum Disorder (Susan Wilczynski)Individuals with disabilities are at significantly greater risk for abuse than the general population. This presentation addresses the unique challenges of assessing, implementing prevention, and …
Dr. Adam Briggs
Advances in Functional Communication Training: Recent Procedural Refinements that Promote Durable Treatment Outcomes (Adam Briggs)Functional communication training (FCT; Carr & Durand, 1985) is a well-established treatment for socially mediated problem behavior exhibited by children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder …
Dr. Tyra Sellers
Are You Providing SUPER-vision? (Tyra Sellers)Professionals responsible for overseeing clinical service delivery to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families frequently provide supervision to therapists, paraprofessionals, and clinical supervisees …
Dr. Dawn Dore-Stites
ASD and Sleep: Helping Children (and their families!) Get a Good Night’s Sleep (Dawn Dore-Stites)Optimal sleep demonstrates strong correlations with improved learning, physical health and overall behavioral functioning. Yet, little is known about how to assess and manage sleep …
Dr. Catherine Lord
Autism from Age 2 to 26: What Can We Learn About Treatment from Longitudinal Studies (Catherine Lord)As the number of preschool children identified with ASD increases each year, so too will the number of children with ASD moving into adolescence. The …
Dr. Rick Kubina
Better Outcomes Demand Better Graphing (Rick Kubina)Applied and basic researchers in behavior analysis depend on the visual analysis of graphic data. The roots for visual analysis began at the inception of …
Chomsky vs. Skinner
Chomsky vs. Skinner: In Their Own WordsIn 1957, B.F. Skinner published the book Verbal Behavior. In 1959, a young linguist named Noam Chomsky published a review of that book, sharply criticizing …
Dr. Susan Wilczynski
Conceptualizing Sexuality Education for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Susan Wilczynski)This workshop is designed to provide an overview of sexuality education as it is uniquely addressed to meet the needs of individuals with Autism Spectrum …
Dr. Wayne Fuqua
Detecting and Troubleshooting Treatment Failures: A Crucial Component of Evidence-Based Practice of ABA (Wayne Fuqua)Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a multi-component decision making process in which practitioners select, refine and deliver clinical services based on a) the best available scientific …
Dr. Mary Jane Weiss
Essential Competencies for Practitioners Working with Children Diagnosed with Autism (Mary Jane Weiss)The practice of Applied Behavior Analysis gets more complex with each passing year, and the definition of essential competencies continues to expand. Our understanding of …
Dr. Mark Sundberg
Establishing Generative Learning for Children with Autism (Mark Sundberg)Typically developing children demonstrate an explosion of language skills between the ages of 2 and 3 (e.g., Hart & Risley, 1995). During this period, a …
Ethics of Punishment Panel
Ethics of Punishment Panel Discussion (Manson, Quigley, & Rulison)Parents and professionals, at times, support children and adults who are at risk of harm to themselves or others. The risk might be aggression toward …
Dr. Matthew Brodhead
Ethics of Standardization of Practice (Matthew Brodhead)The standardization of decision-making in behavior-analytic practice may reduce practitioner effort while simultaneously freeing resources to engage in other, and perhaps more complex, tasks. However, …
Dr. Shawn Quigley
Ethics Potpourri: Philosophy, Research, Supervision, and Practice (Shawn Quigley)Professional and ethical behaviors are critical for high quality care and consumer protection. But, how is ethical behavior taught, strengthened, and maintained? The science of …
Dr. Amin Lotfizadeh
Evaluating the Reliability and Sensitivity of the VB-MAPP as an Outcome Measure in Autism Research (Amin Lotfizadeh & Khrystle Montallana)The VB-MAPP is a curriculum guide and an assessment tool that is commonly used in autism interventions. Little is known about its psychometric properties, specifically …
Dr. Susan Wilczynski
Evidence-Based Practice of Applied Behavior Analysis (Susan Wilczynski)The evidence-based practice of applied behavior analysis involves the integration of the best available evidence gleaned from the literature with professional judgment and client values/context. …
Dr. Bruce Thyer
Evidence-Based Practice: Myths and Realities (Bruce Thyer)The term evidence-based practice (EBP) is often confused with the act of locating treatments which have been well-supported through past research studies, and then deciding …
Lorri Unumb
Favors, Facts, and Fishnets: Shaping Autism Law and Policy (Lorri Unumb)In 2004, the New York Times wrote that “no disability claims more parental time and energy than autism.” Families dealing with autism face many hardships, …
Dr. Christie Nutkins & Abbey Mix
Functional Behavior Assessment in Public Schools (Christie Nutkins & Abbey Mix)When conducting school-based FBA’s there are additional factors that often need to be considered relative to completing FBA’s in other settings. We will address several …
Dr. Chaturi Edrisinha
Higher Ed, ASD, and Sexuality (Chaturi Edrisinha)When a high school student with ASD enters as a freshman at a university, he or she immediately loses access to the benefits and coverage …
Dr. Ron Van Houten
How Can We Increase the Impact of Behavior Analysis in Solving Problems in New Areas? (Ron Van Houten)Behavior analysis is a powerful tool that could ameliorate many of society’s problems. One of the first problems that was seriously addressed with a behavior …
Dr. Matthew Brodhead
How to Systematically Evaluate Treatments for Autism That Lack an Evidence Base (Matthew Brodhead)With over 400 treatments for autism, behavior analysts are sometimes placed in a position where they must monitor the effects of alternative or ancillary treatments …
Dr. Claire St. Peter
Impacts of Integrity Failures on Common Reinforcement-Based Interventions (Claire St. Peter)The term treatment integrity refers to the extent to which interventions are implemented as they are designed. For over 20 years, there have been calls …
Dr. Joshua Plavnick
Implementing Video Modeling with Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Joshua Plavnick)Video modeling is an instructional procedure that involves showing a learner a video of another person performing a behavior and then creating an environment for …
Dr. Amanda Karsten
Improving Conversational Skills of College Students with ASD (Amanda Karsten)The ability to make requests, conceptually referred to as the mand relation, is a type of verbal operant whose response form is under control of …
Dr. Kate LaLonde
Incorporating Social Peers into ABA Instruction to Teach Social Skills (LaLonde & Gatewood)Young children with autism often have difficulty cultivating friendships due to the language and social deficits associated with the disorder. Additionally, therapeutic environments may not …
Dr. Amber Valentino
Incorporating Supervision Best Practices Into Clinical Work (Amber Valentino)Supervision impacts all facets of a practitioner’s work. Providing high quality supervision can ensure high quality clinical care, prepare aspiring behavior analysts to effectively supervise …
Dr. Janet Twyman
Integrating Technology into Practice: Why, What, Where, When, How (Janet Twyman)Modern digital technologies such as apps, hardware, and adaptive devices can help persons with autism learn new skills and provide opportunities for practice, application, and …
Dr. Chaturi Edrisinha
Integrating the Topic of Sexuality for School-Aged Individuals with Autism (Chaturi Edrisinha)Many parents with children with Autism have difficulty seeing their children as sexual beings. They often don’t know how to provide the needed supports for …
Dr. Brooke Smith & Dr. Greg Smith
Introduction to Acceptance and Commitment Training for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities (Brooke Smith & Gregory Smith)Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) has been the subject of rapidly growing interest among applied behavior analysts interested in applying the technology to clients for …
Dr. Rick Kubina
Matter of Great Consequence: The Standard Celeration Chart (Rick Kubina)The most popular time series visual display used in practice and research is the linear graph. Recent inquiry into fields such as behavior analysis and …
Dr. Chaturi Edrisinha
Navigating Higher Education with ASD (Chaturi Edrisinha)This presentation will discuss some of the strategies and supports developed to support undergraduate and graduate students with ASD navigate academia at Oakland University (OU). …
Dr. Steve Goodman
PBIS in the Classroom (Steve Goodman)Learn how to enhance and modify the supports for students with disabilities within the general education classroom setting within the Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS) …
Dr. Heather McGee
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Dr. Robert Ross
Practical and Ethical Methodologies for Assessing Function of Problematic Behaviors in the Natural Environment (Robert Ross)Some current Functional Analysis (FA) methods (Analog and Trial-based) typically rely on two elements that raise ethical concerns: 1. The direct reinforcement of the problem …
David Cox, Shawn Quigley, & Matthew Brodhead
Practical Ethics for the Effective Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder (Cox, Quigley, & Brodhead)This workshop is for behavior analysts working directly with, or supervising those who work with, individuals with autism. The workshop addresses important topics such as …
Dr. Dorothea Lerman
Preparing and Supporting Individuals with Autism for Success in Higher Education (Dorothea Lerman)An increasing number of individuals with autism are entering adulthood without adequate preparation for successful transitions to college. Behavior analysts have much to offer these …
Dr. Timothy Vollmer
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Dr. James Partington
Programming for Success: Critical Elements of an Effective Intervention for Individuals with Autism (James Partington)Professionals who provided services to individuals with a diagnosis of autism strive to help these learners reach their fullest potential. However, many instructional programs for …
Dr. Dennis Reid
Promoting Happiness Among Adults with Autism on the Severe End of the Spectrum: Evidence-Based Strategies (Dennis Reid)This presentation describes evidence-based strategies for promoting happiness among adults with autism on the severe end of the spectrum. The focus is on enhancing happiness …
Dr. Dennis Reid
Promoting Quality in Adult Services for People with Autism: Evidence-Based Strategies (Dennis Reid)This presentation will describe critical, evidence-based strategies for promoting and maintaining quality within services specifically for adults with autism. The strategies to be presented are …
Dr. Jonathan Baker
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Dr. Patrick McGreevy
Selecting, Confirming, and Maintaining an Alternative Method of Speaking for Non-Verbal Children and Adults (Patrick McGreevy)Many children do not learn to communicate with spoken words. Many of these non-verbal children reach adulthood without an effective, alternative method of speaking. Some …
Dr. Thomas Zane
Selling Hype or Giving Hope: Science and Pseudoscience in Autism Treatment (Thomas Zane)Autism treatment has long been known as a ‘fad magnet’ that attracts well-vetted empirically-based effective treatments, but unfortunately, also attracts ill-advised, ineffective, and unethical treatments. …
Dr. Iser DeLeon
Social Motivation Theories of Autism: Is Insensitivity to Social Reward Really the Problem? (Iser DeLeon)Some theories of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) implicate a neurobiologically driven insensitivity to social reward as the basis for social deficits, and less directly, other …
Dr. Thomas Higbee
Strategies for Promoting Complex Social Play in Children with Autism Using Photographic Activity Schedules (Thomas Higbee)Play serves an important function in the lives of young children. Through play, children learn about the world around them and come to understand the …
Dr. Judah Axe
Teaching Problem Solving to Increase Academic, Communication, and Social Skills (Judah Axe)Problem solving is defined as manipulating stimuli to increase the probability of arriving at a solution to a problem. When given a problem, such as …
Dr. Ray Miltenberger
Teaching Safety Skills to Children with Autism: What Works and What Doesn’t? (Ray Miltenberger)This presentation will discuss research conducted by the author on teaching safety skills, including abduction prevention, firearm injury prevention, and poison prevention. After a brief …
Dr. Stephanie Peterson
Teleconsultation in Autism Treatment: Applications and Considerations (Stephanie Peterson)This presentation reviews the literature on teleconsultation as it applies to autism treatment. Examples of the variety of ways in which teleconsultation is being used …
Dr. Marjorie Charlop
The Effects of a Text Message Prompt on Conversation Between Dyads with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Julia Blanco & Marjorie Charlop)Many forms of technology are now a mainstay of families, such as smartphones, iPads, computers and the like. Easy to use procedures that can be …
Dr. Caio Miguel
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Dr. Carl Sundberg
The Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VBMAPP): An Overview (Carl Sundberg)Typically the primary focus of an intervention program for children with autism should be on the development of effective language and social skills. There clearly …
Dr. Carl Sundberg
Training the Parent Trainer (Carl Sundberg)Most of a client’s hours are spent away from the main training environment. Most of our clients go home to their parents after day therapy. …
Dr. Amy Drayton
Treatment Strategies for Selective Eaters (Amy Drayton)A wide range of feeding problems are common in children with autism spectrum disorders but perhaps the most common is eating a restricted variety of …
Dr. Wendy Machalicek
Using Behavioral Science to Improve Fidelity of Implementation of Behavior Support Plans in Schools (Wendy Machalicek)Treatment fidelity, or the extent to which the intervention is implemented as intended, is widely regarded as essential for improving child outcomes in school settings. …
Dr. Steve Goodman
Using Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports to Help Children with Autism be Successful in the Gen-Ed Setting (Steve Goodman)Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) is an evidence-based set of practices that is currently implemented in over 20,000 schools across the nation. Key features …
Dr. Jeff Chan
Visual Support Strategies to Teach Recreation and Leisure Skills to Adults with Developmental Disabilities (Jeff Chan)Recreation and leisure skills are an important part of everyone’s daily lives. These skills are important for rest and relaxation as well as improving one’s …
Dr. Mark Sundberg
What Constitutes a Behavioral Approach to Autism Treatment? (Mark Sundberg)It is clear that the principles and procedures that constitute behavior analysis can have a significant impact on individuals with autism. However, with the recent …
Dr. Jennifer Austin
What Students and Educators Can Teach Us About Functional Behavior Assessment and Intervention in the Classroom (Jennifer Austin)The use of functional behavior assessments (FBAs) to inform treatment recommendations has long been established as best practice in behavior analysis from both ethical and …
Dr. James Todd
What You Need to Know to Be a Behavior Analyst (James Todd)A couple generations ago a popular academic activity was to point out to behavior analysts their relative insularity. This was at a time when most …
Heather McGee, Jeana Koerber, & Sally Weigandt
What’s in a Name? Exploring What it Means to Supervise (Heather McGee, Jeana Koerber, & Sally Weigandt)Due to the Behavior Analyst Certification Board’s recent release of the fifth-edition task list, supervision has become a common topic among Board Certified Behavior Analysts. …

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