Monthly Archives: November 2014

ABA for Autism in the Irish Times

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 … Continue reading

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BACB Examinations Eligibility Changes

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 … Continue reading

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DBA Conference 2015

The DBA is pleased to announced the first of its keynote speakers for its April 2015 Conference.  Brian Iwata, Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of Florida, will present a keynote address and workshop as part of the conference … Continue reading

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Notes on the 7th Conference of the European Association for Behaviour Analysis

Professor Julian Leslie of the Division of Behaviour Analysis writes: The Division of Behaviour Analysis was well represented at the recent 7th Conference of the European Association for Behaviour Analysis in Stockholm. Stockholm is a beautiful and cultured city, and … Continue reading

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