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Wish you could do a better job keeping up with peer-reviewed journals? Why not listen to a podcast where behavior analysts discuss a variety of fascinating topics and the research related to them? Now you can spend your extra time thinking of ways to save the world with ABA.

Wish you could do a better job keeping up with peer-reviewed journals? Why not listen to a podcast where behavior analysts discuss a variety of fascinating topics and the research related to them? Now you can spend your extra time thinking of ways to save the world with ABA.
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Wish you could do a better job keeping up with peer-reviewed journals? Why not listen to a podcast where behavior analysts discuss a variety of fascinating topics and the research related to them? Now you can spend your extra time thinking of ways to save the world with ABA.

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Episode 72 Preview

12/12/2018
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Because we can’t be bothered to come up with a theme when an episode hits a multiple of 12, it’s another fun research grab bag. Hooray! And this time we run the gamut of research from ages 9-99. But first, fun with astral projection and your emails. Articles for next episode: Fritz, J.N., Dupuis, D.L., Wu, W., Neal, A.E., Rettig, L.A., & Lastrapes, R.E. (2017). Evaluating increased effort for item disposal to improve recycling at a university. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 50,...

Duration:00:08:57

Episode 71 - (ETHICS) Cultural Competence w/ Dr. Solandy Forte

12/5/2018
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This week we’re joined by special guest, Dr. Solandy Forte, of Milestones Behavioral Services, to help us to gain a better understanding of the issue of cultural competence. It’s a very client-centered episode which lays out the positives and pitfalls that improved cultural understanding can bring. Articles discussed this episode: Fong, E.H., Catagnus, R.M., Brodhead, M.T., Quigley, S., & Field, S. (2016). Developing the cultural awareness skills of behavior analysts. Behavior Analysis in...

Duration:01:13:44

Episode 71 Preview

11/28/2018
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While I think all of us at ABA Inside Track are pretty with it, woke, and progressive, that doesn’t mean that we don’t have room to grow, especially in the area of cultural competence. So, like any good behavior analysts, we found some research and reached out to an expert to wisen us up. But, before that happens, we celebrate a listener birthday with the gift of journal article recommendations. Articles for next episode: Fong, E.H., Catagnus, R.M., Brodhead, M.T., Quigley, S., & Field, S....

Duration:00:09:19

Episode 70 - Manding for Information w/ Dr. Sarah Lechago

11/21/2018
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We’ve got nothing but mand after mand for our special guest, Dr. Sarah Lechago. And when we stop asking about her cool model volcano, we finally get to the heart of her research on teaching children with autism to mand for information. How does she do it, you ask? Sorry, your podcast player can’t respond. You’ll just have to listen to the whole episode. Articles discussed this episode: Lechago, S.A., Carr, J.E., Grow, L.L., Love, J.R., & Almason, S.M. (2010). Mands for information...

Duration:01:07:15

Bonus Episode 12 - Thompson Center for Autism Conference Special 2018

11/16/2018
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Our live recording wasn’t the only awesome thing happening at the Thompson Center for Autism’s 2018 Conference. We had the chance to chat with some of the other speakers about their research and favorite moments from the show. We also talked with a number of presenters at the student poster session. Plus, Rob finds a way to play video games. This episode is the next best thing to having been in St. Louis yourself. Thanks so much to all of the folks at the Thompson Center for their hard work...

Duration:01:10:09

Episode 70 Preview

11/14/2018
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Where? Who? How? are just some of the mands for information we have coming up on next week’s episode. And rather than answer these questions by ourselves, why not mand for information from someone who researches mands for information, Dr. Sarah Lechago. In the meantime, we respond to your mands for information in errata with our normal preview-level nonsense. Articles for next episode: Lechago, S.A., Carr, J.E., Grow, L.L., Love, J.R., & Almason, S.M. (2010). Mands for information...

Duration:00:15:37

Episode 69 - (LIVE) Autism at College

11/7/2018
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This week we’re coming to you LIVE from our taping at the Thompson Center for Autism Conference in St. Louis, Missouri. Thanks so much to all of the organizers for giving us a great venue for our very first live recording of the show. Our topic was all about the transition to college for students with autism. We review some trends and possible next steps to support this population and even have a surprise special guest appearance! Plus, some thoughts recorded after the conference on positive...

Duration:01:02:15

Episode 69 Preview

10/31/2018
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Good news, everyone! More students with autism are attending college than ever before. Bad news, everyone! Many of these students are still struggling to graduate. What are the critical pieces of transition planning that have been underdeveloped? Next week, we’ll be discussing some research on the subject at our very first LIVE taping of ABA Inside Track at the Thompson Center for Autism Conference in St. Louis, Missouri. Articles for next episode: Elias, R. & White, S.W. (2018). Autism...

Duration:00:12:27

Bonus Episode 11 - BABAT Special 2018

10/26/2018
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When crisp fall air strikes, you know that the BABAT conference is about to get underway. This year, we celebrate New England’s coolest conference for behavior analysts by talking with some of the students featured at the evening poster session. Then, to honor the last BABAT held at scenic UMass Amherst, we gather some dear friends around two pounds of chicken wings to reminisce on some of our favorite memories. Student Posters Discussed: A Descriptive Assessment of Activity-Based...

Duration:00:44:25

Episode 68 - Positive Parenting, pt. 2

10/24/2018
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We wrap up our two-part book club covering Dr. Glen Latham’s The Power of Positive Parenting by sharing some of our favorite chapters including dealing with tantrums, developing self-esteem, and what to do when everything goes to hell. Plus, our final reviews of the book and whether we think it’s right for you. And hilarious parenting anecdotes! Readings discussed this episode: Latham, G.I. (1990). The power of positive parenting. North Logan, UT: P&T Ink. If you're interested in ordering...

Duration:01:09:26

Episode 67 - Positive Parenting, pt. 1

10/17/2018
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Wondering if you’ve got what it takes to be a positive parent? Find yourself needing the greatest parenting tips for the families you work with? Terrified that you keep coming back to the old “yell at the kids until they behave” strategy your parents used? Well, let ABA Inside Track’s second annual book club pick, The Power of Positive Parenting, help you out. For the next two episodes we’ll be discussing Dr. Glen Latham’s excellent parenting book to determine if it’s really as great as...

Duration:01:11:40

Episode 67+68 Preview

10/10/2018
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Fresh off our last multi-part episodes comes another multi-part episode. For the next two weeks, we’ll be holding our annual book club and discussing Dr. Glen Latham’s book, the Power of Positive Parenting. In the meantime Jackie explains just how much online learning is too much and Rob attempts to apologize and to usher in a new age of conversation and understanding. Readings for next episode: Latham, G.I. (1990). The power of positive parenting. North Logan, UT: P&T Ink.

Duration:00:19:51

Episode 66 - Latency FAs w/ Dr. Josh Jessel

10/3/2018
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Are you tired of spending hours running session after session to find the function of a problem behavior? Do you find yourself scoring tape into the wee hours of the night, shaking your head and saying, “There’s got to be a quicker way”? Well, Dr. Josh Jessel is here to tell us how we can find maintaining variables in as little as 30 minutes. Seriously. And you thought learning how to measure latency was never going to make you a better BCBA. Articles discussed this...

Duration:01:21:02

Episode 66 Preview

9/26/2018
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Next week we’ll be joined by Dr. Josh Jessel to discuss how the IISCA and latency measurements can make functional analysis run faster than you could ever imagine. But first, watch Rob opine over the best fall activities to do in New England. Articles for next episode: Thomason-Sassi, J.L., Iwata, B.A., Neidert, P.L., & Roscoe, E.M. (2011). Response latency as an index of response strength during functional analyses of problem behavior. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 44, 51-67. doi:...

Duration:00:16:30

Bonus Episode 10 - Technology for BCBAs w/ Dr. Jamie Hughes-Lika

9/21/2018
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If you enjoyed excerpts from our conversation with Dr. Hughes-Lika about supervision and technology, then you’re going to love the full interview. The sky’s the limit with technology in the hands of a BCBA and we run down some of the coolest tech apps out there with an eye towards what the future may hold. Resource Links: Mentimeter Kahoot Google Drive Techsmith (makers of Camtasia) GoReact

Duration:01:19:49

Episode 65 - (SUPERVISION) Supervision Series II, pt 3 - Behavioral Skills Training for All

9/19/2018
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It’s been a wonderful September full of supervision and we round out this group of episodes with a review of the best ways to train others. Surprisingly, the answer includes even more training. Plus stories of our first jobs, Mickey Mouse’s first words, and first steps towards skill competency. The rationale for listening to our podcast is excellence! Articles discussed this episode: Parsons, M.B., Rollyson, J.H., & Reid, D.H. (2012). Evidence-based staff training: A guide for...

Duration:01:09:42

Episode 64 - (SUPERVISION) Supervision Series II, pt 2 - Supervision Pitfalls

9/12/2018
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The supervision train rolls on, but, if you’re not careful, might end up in one of the many many pitfalls strewn along the way to becoming the best BCBA supervisor ever. Luckily we’re here to review how to start your supervision off on the right foot and the top 5 tips to stay on top of your game. And when we take a quick break from the main topic, we terrorize each other with memories of scary Super Mario Bros. enemies and Pilgrim trivia. Break out your best neutral face: It’s Supervisin’...

Duration:01:27:33

Episode 63 - (SUPERVISION) Supervision Series II, pt 1 - The Future of Supervision w/ Dr. Jamie Hughes-Lika

9/5/2018
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Supervision September 2 starts off this week with a look at the future of supervision. Namely, we discuss updates to supervision for BCBA trainees as laid out this past year by the BACB. Then, after the dry stuff, Rob talks with Dr. Jamie Hughes-Lika of Summit Autism Services about some technology tools that may make your supervision a little easier. Not discussed: Magical supervision robots who log your training hours minute-by-minute. Though wouldn't that be cool? Articles discussed this...

Duration:01:23:56

Episode 63-65 Previews

8/29/2018
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Back in time for the start of the new school year, it's our 2nd (annual?) Supervision September! All this month, we have episodes devoted solely to supervision: Supervision and technology, barriers to supervision, and supervision in training others. That's three episodes on supervision in a row! Plus, we unveil our exciting survey on technology (hey, would you mind taking it?) and talk about our appearances at the BABAT and Thompson Center Autism conferences in October. See you...

Duration:00:15:18

Episode 62 - Help, I Need Somebody

8/22/2018
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This week, we're discussing asking for help and ways to improve this important life skill. We discuss basic requests for help, how to prevent overgeneralization of the response, and high- and low-tech solutions for asking for help when lost. Plus, Rob goes out of his way to make the absolute worst jokes possible in a feeble attempt to lighten the mood. Articles discussed this episode: Rodriguez, N.M., Levesque, M.A., Cohrs, V.L., & Niemeier, J.J. (2017). Teaching children with autism to...

Duration:01:14:41