Student Conference Preparation

Today we spent a few hours gearing up for the upcoming Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan Conference. Our MA and doctoral students were hard at work perfecting their presentations. Below are some pictures from our practice session!

Emma Mitchell discusses her thesis that evaluated an instructional strategy to teach child with autism prerequisite skills for video-based preference assessments with no access.
Alexa Foote discusses her thesis study on preference displacement.
Darla Kril shares the results from our latest study on clinical decision-making skills.
Kim Meister and Nikki Deel share their results of a systematic review of activity schedule research.
Emma Sipila discusses the results of her study that evaluated procedural fidelity of a manualized social-play curriculum.

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