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Not sure how I feel about apps for skills we can syndicate in a natural environment. However, one for traveling on a plane might be very beneficial.
If your looking for a good talk on this title, find Pat Friman. This wasn’t good.
I think a better name for this lecture would be “Some Musings on How Technology Could Be Used In Behavior Analysis.” Lecture was more about electronic technology than I expected it to be, and focused more on ways to expand services to special needs populations rather than gave ideas and examples of how to target radically different goals or populations.
Hey he content was good but he seemed to just be reading his notes—