YOUR Opportunity to Learn from Dr. Timothy Ludwig
Dysfunctional Practices That Kill Your Work Culture (and What To Do about Them)
Abstract: Our tendency is to blame workers and label their personal failings as the cause of errors. Labeling does not solve problems that cause error. It is an illusion of human perception leading us to false conclusions resulting in dysfunctional practices that hurt the effectiveness of our workers and the impact of the systems we put in place to manage them. Learn a better way to analyze the behaviors of your employees to understand how they were put in a position to make the error in the first place.
Rebecca D. Woolbert, Kiki Yablon, & Robin M. Kuhn, University of Kansas
What happens when juveniles get arrest records instead of diplomas? While there are no national statistics reported on juvenile recidivism, incarceration as a juvenile is correlated with a lower likelihood of graduating high school and a higher likelihood of incarceration as an adult (Aizer & Doyle, 2015; Sickmund & Puzzanchera, 2014). Furthermore, chronic and violent juvenile offenders are more likely to offend into adulthood, and that continuity is exacerbated the earlier juveniles start offending, with certain offenses (e.g., drug offenses) more likely to be repeated (National Institute of Justice [NIJ], 2014). Juvenile offenders who continue to engage in criminal activity into adulthood are likely to increase the severity and lethality of their crimes (NIJ, 2014).
This article is part of our 8th Dimension Articles about Applied Behavior Analysis. Brought to you and the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies by members of the Board of Advisors, Distinguished Scholars, and invited faculty and students.
Save-the-Date of Friday, April 24 for Our Next Conference in California
Bridget A. Taylor, PsyD, BCBA-D
Co-founder & CEO,
Alpine Learning Group Senior
Clinical Advisor, Rethink
Ruth Anne Rehfeldt, PhD, BCBA-D
Behavior Analysis & Therapy Program Southern Illinois University
Jonathan Tarbox, PhD, BCBA-D
Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis Program, University of Southern California
Director of Research,
FirstSteps for Kids
Judah B. Axe, PhD, BCBA-D, LABA
Associate Professor of Education & Behavior Analysis,
Rachel Taylor, PhD, BCBA-D
Founder & CEO,
Center for Applied Behavior Analysis
Coleen R. Sparkman, MA, CCC-SLP
Therapeutic Pathways/The Kendall Centers
Amanda Laprime, CCBS Assistant to the Executive Director, Joins the University of Rochester Medical Center
Dr. Laprime has recently joined the Division of Transitional Medicine, in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Rochester Medical Center as an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. She is leading the medical center in it’s mission to integrate Applied Behavior Analysis into Strong Memorial Hospital and Golisano’s Children’s Hospital for adolescents and adults with autism and related disorders who are transitioning or have recently transitioned from pediatric care into adult care. Dr. Laprime also holds a joint appointment in the Division of Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral Pediatrics as well as the Warner School of Education. Dr. Laprime’s research interests include the functional assessment of severe challenging behavior, system-level changes within organizations to support individuals with complex needs, and the social validity of empirically-based interventions.
Our 2020 Annual Meeting of the Trustees will follow the ABAI 46th Annual Convention held in Washington, DC, in May. This meeting is open to Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies Trustees, Advisors, Supporters and Friends! All are welcome to attend, learn more about us, our leaders, our mission, our past year and future plans. The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) has graciously offered to host our meeting. (Registration info coming soon.)
ABAC Winter Series with Ludwig & Tincani
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Dr. Timothy Ludwig presents:
Friday, February 7, 2020, 10:00am-12:00pm eastern (NY)
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Dr. Matt Tincani, BCBA-D presents:
Thursday, March 12, 2020, 6:00 – 9:00 pm eastern (NY)
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following the ABAI Convention in Washington, DC