The Tenth Annual Conference of the PSI Division of Behaviour Analysis will be held on June 10th and 11th 2016 in Maynooth University Ireland.
This year’s workshops include;
1. Jon Bailey (Florida State University): Dealing with real-world ethical dilemmas regularly met in practice. (3 Ethics CEUs available)
2. Peter Sturmey (City University of New York): Reducing the use of restraints and restrictive behavior management practices
Keynote Addresses include;
1. Greg Madden: A game-based approach to incentivising children’s fruit & vegetable consumption”
2. Peter Sturmey: Training caregivers in evidence-based practices for children and adults with developmental disabilities and autism
To book your place for day one please click here and to book your place for day two, please click here.
For more information about the conference, please download the conference flyer.
The programme for this weekend’s annual DBA conference has been released. Please click on the below link to download it.
DRAFT DBA PROGRAMME 2015 GALWAY JH 13.4.15
Remember, you can still register online by visiting the main PSI events page.
Online registration for the 9th Annual Psychology Society of Ireland Division of Behaviour Analysis Conference is now available through the PSI website. The conference will be held in the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, Galway on April 17th and 18th.
Keynote Address 1: Brian Iwata, University of Florida, “Continuing Controversy over Shock”
Keynote Address 2: Peter Killeen , Arizona State University, “The four causes of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder”
Volunteer paper, symposia and posters in all areas of behaviour analysis are invited.
As indicated above, student research posters are also invited.
Please send abstracts to Julian Leslie email@example.com by March 27th 2015.
BACB Credits available €5 per credit, payable separately at venue.
PSI Credits available free of charge
Further information: Jennifer Holloway firstname.lastname@example.org
Include the following:
- Submission type: Symposium / individual paper /poster
- Authors (presenter first)
- Abstract (not exceeding 150 words)
For a symposium:
Provide a title for the symposium, provide details of three papers, give details of chairperson and/or discussant. Note that BACB rules require a senior person (e.g., PhD supervisor) to take one of these roles and review the papers if the session is to be eligible for BACB credits.
All submissions will be reviewed before inclusion in the programme.
Please send all the information required to Julian Leslie email@example.com by March 27th 2015.
We are delighted to announce that our annual conference of the Division of Behaviour Analysis will be held April 17-18 at the Galway Bay Hotel close to Galway City. Our distinguished keynote speakers are Professor Brian Iwata, University of Florida, and Professor Peter Killeen, Arizona State University. Full details and submission information for papers and posters (deadline March 27) are on the attached notice. As indicated there, the meeting will open with a workshop from Professor Iwata.
This is the ninth successive year we have held this meeting, and each has been better than the last, so we expect this trend to continue! All those interested in behaviour analysis and its applications in the community are very welcome.
We look forward to seeing you there
Julian Leslie, Chair
On behalf of the Division of Behaviour Analysis Committee
Psychological Society of Ireland
DBA 2015 conference with submission details
The Ninth Annual Conference of the Division of Behaviour Analysis will be held on April 17th and 18th 2015 at The Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, Galway.
Previously, we announced that Brian Iwata, Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of Florida, will present a keynote address and workshop. Now, we are pleased to announce that Brian will be joined by the DBA’s own Julian Leslie and Peter Killeen in providing workshops and keynotes.
Dr. Kileen keynote will address using insights from behaviour analysis in the treatment of ADHD. To learn a little more about some of his work, click on the video below:
The Irish Times has an excellent article on autism interventions in today’s edition in which they interview Professor Samuel Odom of the University of North Carolina.
Prof Odom will be the keynote speaker at the NCSE conference in Dublin today on special needs education. When interviewed by the Irish Times, Prof Odom tackled the myth that ABA represented a single approach to autism:
As a rule, Prof Odom said: “No single approach works with every child. The ABA approaches, which use a range of strategies are quite a good choice.” But he stressed there were different ABA models, including pivotal response treatment which showed “very good effects” in trials and the “early start Denver model” which focused not only the child’s learning, but also developing new strategies for teachers.
To read the whole article, click here
In 2015, there will be a change in the coursework requirements for the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board (BACB) examinations. The BACB will now be using the 4th edition task list.
For those who have completed their studies using the 3rd edition task list and who plan on sitting the BCBA or BCaBA examinations, the following information from Christine Ratcliff of the BACB is important:
Applicants must complete all of the eligibility requirements (degree, coursework, and experience) prior to December 31, 2014. If they do so, and have all of their application materials to the BACB by March 31, 2015, they may qualify under the Third Edition Eligibility standards. If approved, they will have the same two-year approval to sit for the exam that all applicants are given.
It is important to note that while individuals who have met the 3rd edition task list requirements may be allowed to sit the examinations in 2015 if they submit their applications before the relevant deadlines, the examinations will be based on the 4th edition task list.
For further information, please contact the BACB.
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