• Practitioners

    Response-Deprivation Hypothesis

    The Premack principle states that contingent access to higher-probability behavior (preferred activities) reinforces lower-probability behavior Premack, 1959 The term “response-deprivation hypothesis”, an extension of Premack’s relative value theory, refers to a model for predicting whether access to one behavior (the…

  • Dissemination,  Practitioners

    Telehealth ABA

    Telehealth is defined as the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support long-distance clinical health care, patient and professional health-related education, public health and health administration. Given the outstanding need for services for individuals with ASD and other…

  • Ethics,  Practitioners

    Barriers to Being a Good BCBA

    With funding for services changing and many states/provinces requiring more services in fewer hours, it can be discouraging to implement behavior analysis with integrity. Common barriers we face as BCBAs are : Funding   Time constraints   Large caseloads   Limited support/resources   So…

  • How to

    Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

    This post will get into the covert behavior of thinking and how that affects our practice. Some behavior analysts can get squirmy with talking about thoughts. But we are in the business of behavior, and our covert verbal behavior shape…