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Although the pre-registration for the 2012 NABA Conference is closed, you can still pay through the website at regular conference rates. This might save some time when you check in on Thursday or Friday. Access to the payment protocol is through the 2012 Conference Information page and the Register for Conference tab. Further, there are […]

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Thanks to a dedicated group of poster presenters, submissions have been accelerating over the last couple of days. There is still room for yours, and the deadline is midnight tonight for submission. As a footnote, advance registration for our 2012 Conference closes on Thursday September 13. Save money and register now. Click here to register.

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The second in our series of articles of interest to practicing, or soon to be, behavior analysts is online today. Thanks to the leadership of Dr. Ken MacAleese, Ph.D., and his stalwart crew, he and first author Daniel Sutich and able second author Michelle Williams have produced a truly informative article that is well worth […]

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    August 8, 2012

  • Categories: Practice

The real world practice of applied behavior analysis is fraught with delicate situations that require knowledge of the science, consultation skills, and an up-to-date understanding of The Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) Guidelines for Responsible Conduct and laws governing obtaining and maintaining Licensing and Certification in Nevada. As though that weren’t enough, there are emerging […]

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This is to announce opening of pre-registration for the NABA 2012 Conference. The website is now configured to accept payments through PayPal. It is not necessary that you have a PayPal account in order to process your payment. If you don’t have a PayPal account, you may tender your payment through their gateway using a […]

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    July 15, 2012

  • Categories: Practice

  NABA takes great pleasure today in announcing exciting news as we launch a new website feature focused on topics of interest to ABA practitioners. Former NABA President Dr. Ken MacAleese has graciously agreed to break new ground by providing, together with his co-author Michelle Williams, the first in a continuing series of timely articles of […]

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NABA has been notified by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB) that Donald R. Karr, Ph.D. has been designated as the Association coordinator for continuing education presentations. Our roster of star presenters for the annual NABA Conference in September will include a number of presentations for which continuing education credits will be offered. In his […]

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Both Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and Nevada Licensed Behavior Analysts (LBAs) are required to maintain currency in their profession, in part, by satisfying the prescribed continuing education requirements of the regulating entities. These requirements are denominated in continuing education units, or CEUs. A primary requirement to apply for licensing in Nevada is to be […]

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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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