In the coming weeks, we are excited to rollout a new article series for our behavior analysts on the go entitled “ABA Quick Lit.”
Previously coined “Slices,” ABA Quick Lit will curate both cutting edge research in applied behavior analysis, as well as historic, foundational literature that should be a part of every behavior analyst’s repertoire.
The format of ABA Quick Lit will look something like:
Abstract + Context + Clinical Takeaway + Occasional Nicolas Cage meme
(Okay, maybe not that last part).
Past issues include:
February – “Adults with autism spectrum disorder as behavior technicians for young children with autism: Outcomes of a behavioral skills training program” (Lerman, Hawkins, Hillman, Shireman, & Nissen, 2015)
April – “Effects of neutral and enthusiastic praise on the rate of discrimination acquisition” (Weyman, & Sy, 2018).
Coming Soon – “No Less Worthy: Recommendations for Behavior Analysts Treating Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities with Dignity” (Reid, Rosswurm, & Rothultz, 2017).
We may even switch up the format in the future as we prepare to dive into video, making it even easier to consume behavior analytic research.
At ABA Learning Lab, our motto is “Making Behavior Analysis Easy.”
With ABA Quick Lit, we believe we are doing just that.
You’re welcome Nick (and God Bless America!).