News and Updates

Dr. Brodhead Interviewed on the Behavioral Observations Podcast

I had the pleasure of sitting down with Matt Cicoria, host of the Behavioral Observations Podcast, to discuss my upcoming book and other fun topics related to ethics and behavior analysis. You can listen to the podcast by clicking here. I highly recommend you check out Matt’s podcast. He creates great content that I would…

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Generalization of Activity Schedules

I’d like to congratulate Cora for her successful defense of her thesis! Cora taught children with autism to use an activity schedule in an intensive behavioral intervention classroom, and evaluated generalization of activity schedule following in an inclusive classroom. Cora’s thesis was very well done, and it raised many interesting questions for us to ask…

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Dealing with Non-behavioral Treatment Recommendations for Autism

Interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary collaboration is becoming commonplace in autism treatment. Therefore, behavior analysts need resources to help guide them during collaborative practices. Back in 2015, I published an article that described how a behavior analyst may consider the non-behavioral treatment recommendations of his or her colleagues, while maintaining a professional and respectful relationship with those colleagues. In…

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Article by MSU College of Education on Upcoming Ethics Book

Recently, I sat down with Lauren Knapp from MSU’s College of Education Communications Office and shares with her some insights and details on my upcoming book.  You can view the article by clicking here. Stay tuned for additional updates regarding the book, including an interview with Matt Cicoria from the Behavioral Observations podcast!

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MSLBD 2018

  Materials Articles Behavioral Systems A goal-directed model for the design of human performance systems (Malott & Garcia, 1987) Organizational behavior management: systems analysis (Sigurdsson & McGee, 2015) An integrated approach for conducting a behavioral systems analysis (Diener, McGee, & Miguel, 2009) Ethics/Professionalism From interdisciplinary to integrated care of the child with autism: the essential role…

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