Long-term ABA Therapy Is Abusive: A Response to Gorycki, Ruppel, and Zane

@inproceedings{SandovalNorton2021LongtermAT,
  title={Long-term ABA Therapy Is Abusive: A Response to Gorycki, Ruppel, and Zane},
  author={Aileen H. Sandoval-Norton and Gary Shkedy and Dalia Shkedy},
  year={2021}
}
In a recent response to a review of ABA literature, methodologies, and ethics, the authors of the response attempted to negate the compilation of research presented. The goal of their response was to advocate for the continued use of ABA and attempt to demonstrate that it is in fact effective in treating autism. The research utilized in the response does not pertain to the population discussed, does not present any neuroscientific research, and does not address intrinsic motivation… 
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