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December 2018



Center News

CCBS Board of Directors Donate $20,000 to Match Incoming Year-End Gifts

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As 2018 comes to a close and you decide how to allocate your donation monies, please remember the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. This year, we are excited to announce that Board Members have put together a fund of $20,000 from their personal giving to match incoming year-end gifts. We hope you take advantage of this exciting chance to have your generosity matched dollar-for-dollar.
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Dr. A. Darnell Lattal to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award

A. Darnell Lattal PhD
Congratulations to CCBS Board Member Dr. A. Darnell Lattal who will be the 2019 recipient of the Organizational Behavior Management Network Lifetime Achievement Award. Her work with a number of OBM companies for over 30 years has been distinguished by its commitment to behavior-analytic principles and philosophy, quality, concern for clients, and integrity. Please join us in congratulating Dr. Lattal on this well-earned recognition by her peers.
Start the New Year with Dr. Darlene Crone-Todd! Next Thursday, Jan. 3rd
Darlene Crone-Todd


Join Dr. Crone-Todd for the next ABACLive Cambridge Center Series webinar: “Behavior Analysis And Ethics: Contingencies, Rule-Governed, And Contingency-Shaped Behavior


Thursday, January 3, 2019 – 6:30 – 8:30 pm (EST)

Behavior Analysts may earn two Type II continuing education units and is being offered at the discounted price of $50. (This event is FREE for the general public!)

Registration is Still Available!

Abstract: Behavior analysts, like many professionals, are expected to follow and comply with a code of ethics appropriate to the field and to their specialization. Such codes provide rule-governed behavior, direct, and indirect-acting contingencies on actual behavior for compliance and non-compliance. The extent to which actual behavior conforms to codes of ethics is a function of several factors, including the clarity of the code, and the extent to which contingencies are (a) immediate versus delayed; (b) probable versus improbable; and (c) of greater or lesser magnitude. In this webinar, we will cover how for behavior analysts it is imperative to develop a strong commitment to acting ethically, regardless of the immediate versus delayed consequences.


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We are gifting Dr. Salzinger’s last contribution to the Center — his story from “Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Discovery, and Service” as a thank-you for your donation. We hope you get to know Dr. Salzinger better and are inspired by his love of life and of the science through “Barking up the Right Tree.” Read more about Dr. Kurt Salzinger’s legacy and commitment to behavioral studies with your donation.
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