Monthly Archives: May 2013

Advances in Relational Frame Theory: Research and Application

A new book on advance in relational frame theory (RFT) has recently been published. Edited by leading relational frame theory (RFT) scholars, Simon Dymond, PhD, and Irish behaviour analyst Bryan Roche, PhD, Advances in Relational Frame Theory aims to offer … Continue reading

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ABA Experts to address cross party briefing in Leinster House

On Wednesday JuneĀ  5th, Irish politicians will be provided with a cross party briefing on the subject of applied behaviour analysis and its benefits when applied to working with children and young people with Autism in an educational setting. Professor … Continue reading

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PSI welcomes BPS Division of Clinical Psychology statement on need for changes related to functional psychiatric diagnoses

The Psychology Society of Ireland has issued a statement welcoming the recent position taken by the British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP) regarding the need for a paradigm shift in relation to functional psychiatric diagnoses. The BPS … Continue reading

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The most significant, and original, data on the outcomes of early intervention in autism?

Professor Richard Hastings of Bangor University has just blogged about some new outcome data for Intensive Behavioural Intervention for children with autism. Professor Hastings writes: The data from the meta-analysis are also important for the unique perspective that they can … Continue reading

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