Month: April 2012

The following exchange was initiated by Alicia Shelton in the Behavior Analysis Network of LinkedIn. She had asked a question about what would be the most prominent association to join for a behavior analyst. A response from Dr. Beth Sulzer-Azaroff suggested that ABAI would top the list. Here is Alicia’s response, which is published with […]

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Former NABA President Dr. Jonathan Tarbox (2010) weighs in on Fox News this morning. He discusses a study that suggests a positive correlation between intelligence and anxiety. He specifically mentions acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) as effective interventions for excessive anxiety, and argues that non-medical treatments should always be considered […]

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You might have noticed the new item in the top menu of this website. It is titled “Newsletter Archive” and is accessible to all paid members. Clicking on the menu item brings up links to the newsletters that have been published to date. At this time, only two newsletters have been published and emailed to […]

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    April 3, 2012

  • Categories: Practice

Following is an excerpt from the Autism Speaks website: NEW YORK, N.Y. (April 3, 2012) – On April 2, Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, celebrated the United Nations-sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day with a series of high profile awareness events and the launch of its third annual Light It Up […]

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The Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners will next meet on April 20, 2012. This will be their last meeting prior to the next licensing exam, which will be administered on May 18, 2012.

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For those users of our NABA website who would prefer to register and pay annual dues using hard-copy forms and regular mail, we have good news. Hard copies of the NABA Membership Application forms are available for download in both MSWord and pdf formats. As you follow the online paid membership application process, you will […]

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You can include your personal image when you make inputs to the website. Simply choose an image that is not wider than 150 pixels (150 px) and provide the complete URL to access that image. We will set up your personal profile to access that image, which will then appear in comments or forum topics […]

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