News and Updates

Upcoming BAAM Symposia

We will be presenting at the upcomming Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan Conference this Thursday and Friday. Check out the information below for more details about specific times and locations. Symposium: Demonstrations of Effective Staff Training to Implement Applied Behavior Analytic Techniques.Day/Time/Location: Thursday, 10:30 a.m. – 11:20 a.m., Auditorium – Training Job Coaches in Systematic…

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Dr. Brodhead Returns to the Behavioral Observations Podcast!

I had the pleasure of joining Matt Cicoria for round 2 of our discussion about ethics and behavior analysis. We cover some critical issues surrounding ethics, wax nostalgic about overhead projectors, and discuss why I don’t like to use PowerPoint presentations when I teach. You can listen to the interview by clicking here. If you…

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Doctoral Student Receives Summer Research Fellowship

It is with great pleasure that I announce that doctoral student Emma Sipila was awarded the College of Education Summer Research Fellowship! Emma will receive full financial support over the summer to continue her research on manualized social skill interventions. We are so proud of Emma and cannot wait to share with you the products…

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ABAi Autism Conference Invited Presentation

Below, I have attached my invited presentation for the 2019 ABAi Autism Conference. Also, if you’re interested in reading the paper this presentation is based on, you can find it by clicking here. Also, we devoted a whole chapter to scope of competence in our recently published book. You can find more information about the…

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Student Thesis Published in the Journal of Behavioral Education

As I had mentioned in a previous post, Kailie Kipfmiller’s MA thesis was accepted for publication in the Journal of Behavioral Education. That paper is now available to view and download by clicking this link. Again, congratulations to Kailie on a job well done! Her project has sparked an interesting line of work that we…

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