Review of Behavioral Principles

  • Posted by Dr. Eric Lund
  • On January 20, 2013
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  • applied behavior analysis, child with autism, children with autism, learning, therapist
In this post the goal is to outline certain behavioral principles and give basic background information about behaviorism to help the reader better understand what guides our thinking about treatment. I will cover respondent conditioning, operant conditioning, social learning, and new information on derived relational responding. We also provide an outline of applied behavior analysis, [...]
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Teaching a Child to Enjoy the World

  • Posted by Dr. Eric Lund
  • On September 20, 2012
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  • applied behavior analysis, child, child with autism, children with autism, therapy
It’s important that a child with autism feels comfortable and happy with his or her environment. These children often have difficulty with new environments and may be unwilling to try new foods, lash out with temper tantrums in new places, or show anxious reactions when exposed to unfamiliar people. The first goal is to understand [...]
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