Pharmacology and Autism
Brett R. Kuhn
Assessment and Treatment of Behavioral Sleep Problems
Cathleen C. Piazza
Assessment and Treatment of Pediatric Feeding Disorders
Addressing Stereotypy: The Importance of Contingency and a Balanced Approach to this Core Symptom of Autism
Meaningful Solutions for Problem Behavior Associated with Autism
Sleep Problems in Children with Autism: Prevalent, Relevant, and Treatable by Behaviour Analysts
Iser de Leon
Stimulus Preference Assessment Procedures
Marcie Desroches & Erin DiSacere
ABA Training Modules for Parents and Staff
William L. Heward
Applied Behavior Analysis in Education
How I taught rats to sniff out land mines and TB
Bob Bailey’s 2016 Edward L. Anderson Jr. Award Speech
Clicker Training Basics - Getting Started With Clicker Training (Produced by a certified professional dog trainer and certified clicker trainer (Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner) based in Dubuque, Iowa).
Experiments, Interviews & Conferences
John B. Watson & Rosalie Rayner
Little Albert experiment (1920)
Pavlov Experiments in Classical Conditioning
Neal A. Miller and Gardner L. Hart
Motivation and Reward in Learning (1948)
B. F. Skinner
Shapping (Pigeon Turn)
What did B. F. Skinner do?
Project Pigeon (later Project Orcon, for "organic control)
Learning and Behavior (1959)
Walden II, Social Values, Control, Educational System, Statistical Methods (1964)
On Having a Poem (1971)
Demonstration of Operant Conditioning (1971)
Business Behaviorism and the Bottom Line (1972)
Token Economy: Behaviorism Applied (1972)
B. F. Skinner & Geoffrey Warnock – A discussion about Behavior Control: Freedom and Morality (1972)
A Conversation with B. F. Skinner (1972)
The Limits of Human Freedom (1974)
About Behaviorism (1977)
A World of Difference: B. F. Skinner and The Good Life (1979)
Philosophy of Behaviorism (1988)
B. F. Skinner on Education
B. F. Skinner on Token Economy
It Is Possible to Change the Ways People Treat Each Other
Lifetime Achievement Award, APA 1990
B. F. Skinner's speech at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention on 8/10/1990 (with subtitles in Portuguese)
Where Do We Go From Here?
Series developed by Israel Goldiamond and Jeffery Grip with Ms. Amanda Jones
Sigrid Glenn’s History of Behavior Analysis
Structured interviews done by Sigrid Glenn and collaborators from the University of North Texas with distinguished behavior analysts.
Special Event at the Department of Behavior Analysis - University of North Texas
Joe Bradey, James Holland, Charlie Catania, Victor Laties & Murray Sidman
Others Moments in the History of Behavior Analysis
Marion Breland Interviews Dick & Maria Malott
Marion Breland, Skinner first female student, interview Dick & Maria Malott in San Francisco on May 26, 1992.
Ole Ivar Lovaas
Early interview of Dr. Ivar Lovaas
Nathan H. Azrin
Nathan Azrin ABAI SIG Career Achievement award ceremony in Memorium
Nathan Azrin: My Life
Azrin FIU Workshop
WMU Forum # 404
Ron Kramer interview Jack Michael and Dick Malott on October 4, 1990 about the Legacy of B. F. Skinner.
Society for the Quantitative Analysis of Behavior (SQAB) Tutorials
"Variability of the Operant"
"Understanding Response Sequences"
"Probability: Basic Ideas, Techniques, and Applications"
A. Charles Catania
"Creating Artificial Behavior: A Tutorial on Modeling"
M. Christopher Newland
"What's the Best Model for These Data?"
"Applied Modeling and the Identification of Behavioral Mechanisms of Action"
"Temporal Regulation of Choice"
Elizabeth G. E. Kyonka
Erin B. Rasmussen
Domain Effects, Obesity, and Delay Discounting
"The Matching Law"
Geoffrey R. Loftus
"Hypothesis Testing: Curse or Abomination?"
K. Geoffrey White
"Memory as Discrimination"
Gordon M. Burghardt
"Evolution, Behavioral Variation, and Plasticity"
"Response Shaping and Percentile Schedules"
C. R. Gallistel
Jack J. McDowell
"Fitting Equations to Data"
"Getting Started in Quantitative Analyses of Behavior"
James E. Mazur
"Choice and the Hyperbolic Decay of Reinforcer Strength"
"Cognitive Aging: A Behavior-Theoretic Approach"
John W. Donahoe
Kennon A. Lattal
"Facets of Operant Extinction"
"The Discounting Function"
M. Jackson Marr
"What Good is Mathematics? Modeling in Behavior Analysis"
"Behavioral Variability: Control, Description, and Analysis"
"Exploration, Visualization, and Analysis with JMP"
Michael T. Turvey
"Ecological Psychology: Nonrepresentational Perception and Action"
"Single-Case Research: Use Tools for 21st Century Applied Science"
Paul T. Andronis
Peter R. Killeen
"The Law of Affect"
"Analyses of Response Times, IRTs, Rts, and ts"
"Timing (Parsing Sagely Rosemary's Time)"
"The St. Petersburg Paradox at 300: Roots, Ramifications, and Resolutions"
"Aversive Events and Behavior"
"Environment, Behavior, and Pollution: Quantifying Risk"
"Simulation of Quantitative Models of Behavior"
"Measurement of the Behavior Stream"
Steven R. Hursh
The Tertis/Pavlov Project explores the relationship between music and psychology through commentary and performances by Dr. Michael P. Domjan, who received his musical training at the Juilliard School of Music before embarking on a career in experimental psychology.
Mark L. Sundberg describes the origins of behavior analytic applications
Mark L. Sundberg discusses language assessment and how to utilize the Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP).
Andy Bondy and Lori Frost, the developers of the Picture Exchange Communication System® (PECS®) and founders of Pyramid Educational Consultants, explore how the works of B.F. Skinner can help everyone better understand how language can be viewed from a behavioral perspective.
James Partington describes effective interventions for the acquisition of verbal behavior
Verbal Behavior Part 1
Verbal Behavior Part 2
Verbal Behavior Part 3
Verbal Behavior Part 4
Verbal Behavior Part 5
Verbal Behavior Part 6
Verbal Behavior Part 7
Verbal Behavior Part 8
Robert Schramm describes 7 Steps to Earning Instructional Control