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Normative Emotional Responses to Behavior Analysis Jargon or How Not to Use Words to Win Friends and Influence People
- T. Critchfield, Karla J. Doepke, +5 authors Cheryl L. Ecott
- Psychology, Medicine
- Behavior analysis in practice
- 27 February 2017
It has been suggested that non-experts regard the jargon of behavior analysis as abrasive, harsh, and unpleasant. If this is true, excessive reliance on jargon could interfere with the dissemination… Expand
Emotional Overtones of Behavior Analysis Terms in English and Five Other Languages
It has been suggested that the language of behavior analysis is not always consumer-friendly, but the very limited empirical support for this claim comes from examining jargon in English. We… Expand
Origins of Clinical Innovations: Why Practice Needs Science and How Science Reaches Practice
Contemporary autism services, while superior to those of the past, are not nearly good enough. Treatment innovations are urgently needed. We survey some of the activities from which treatment… Expand
Generality of behavior theory: A multifaceted “engineering test”.
Increasing recall of information of children diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome: Utilization of visual strategies
Abstract Social skills deficits are a hallmark diagnostic characteristic ( American Psychiatric Association, 2013 ) of individuals diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome (AS) or Autism. Interventions… Expand