The 2014 PennABA Annual Conference was held March 19th and 20th at the Hershey Country Club in
beautiful Hershey, Pennsylvania. Click on the links above for all the information you'll need to know!
Wednesday's Workshops featured:
Jonathan Ivy presenting Functional Behavior Assessment: Where the Rubber Hits the Road
Bruce Linder presenting Four Major Ethical Considerations in Implementing Intrusive Behavioral Programs
John Molteni presenting Too Much of a Good Thing? Ethical Considerations in the Use of Reinforcement
James Mulick presenting Advocacy, Behavior Analysis, Autism and Developmental Disabilities
James Mulick presenting How do you make an autistic person? Therapeutic strategies for Behavior Analysts
Bruce Linder presenting Back to the Future’ in Behavioural Programming: A Role for Intrusive Techniques for Severe
Jonathan Ivy presenting Revisiting the Token Economy
Richard Foxx presenting Forty Years of Applied Behavior Analytical Research and Practice: Lessons Learned
John Molteni presenting The Business of Doing Science: The Transdisciplinary Influence of Applied Behavior Analysis
PennABA is pleased to announce that Dr. Bruce Linder offered a pre-conference workshop on using
Microsoft Excel to track behavior. This six-credit CEU event is scheduled for
installed with an attached mouse and have working knowledge of Excel.
Not compatible with Apple/MAC computers!
Post Conference Presentation
Dr. Sabrina Freeman presented a talk open to the public entitled:
in the Olmsted Building. Click here for more information.