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Visit the Brain & Spinal Injury Help Center to learn about how ABA techniques, such as reinforcement, shaping, fading, prompting, fluency, errorless discrimination training and stimulus control, are used in these situations.
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Our mission is to advance the scientific study of behavior and its humane application to the solution of practical problems, including the prevention and relief of human suffering.
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“I tutored 40 kids when I was 9-12 years old. In college, I became passionate about…catering to children who could do better if we taught them better. Behavior analysis was the vehicle for me to make gains in education.”
“Behavior analysts should work on speaking to a broader audience in ways that the audience is receptive to and finding ways to disseminate and tell our story more effectively.”
“I am most proud of the 43 doctoral students I have trained, and the numerous sabbatical visitors who have spent time working with me. These people are the future of our field…”
“Getting a child with Autism to communicate with signs, symbols or words when they previously used ‘meltdowns.’…I am happy that the company I created gives opportunities to these kids (and also lots of jobs to talented ABA professionals).”
“We began an instructional program in 1990 with three students. Now there are over a hundred students and more than 10 staff in that program, plus a few other programs in Israel.”
“I’ve worked in a variety of industries including automotive, human services, non-profit, print, retail, and oil and gas across a range of companies, from global Fortune 500s, creative start-ups, to local small businesses.”
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Learn more about behavioral science through the Journals published by the Cambridge Center.
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Through collaboration with the University of West Florida, Office of ABA, our Continuing Education course series is designed to provide instruction in a variety of areas of behavior analysis.
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Through collaboration with the The Applied Behavior Analysis Center (ABAC), we provide live, enhanced, and interactive continuing education and training on the evidence-based practices that support and help others.