Monthly Archives: October 2014

Technology to Support Individuals with Disabilities at Work

The transition to adulthood often leads to a loss of services and supports for individuals with disabilities (Friedman, Warfield, & Parish, 2013). This can result in behavioral and other difficulties, including a lack of independence in work (Billstedt, Gillberg, & Gillberg, 2005). In fact, rates of employment for individuals with disabilities are far lower than […]

Artwork by Tazio Bettin

Some Thoughts about Technology and This SIG

The mission of the Behavior Analysis and Technology Special Interest Group (BAT SIG) is as follows: […] to advance the science of behavior through the development, dissemination, and application of technology in basic and applied settings. Technology can refer to developments in behavioral science, as well as developments in computer science, information technology, and related […]

Dolphin by HIEI-JAI

The Dolphin Translator from the Standpoint of a Skeptical Behaviorist

Each day I attempt to read scientific articles for at least 15 minutes in fields other than behavior analysis. I picked this up following a conversation with a dear friend, Mark Malady. I had just moved to Orlando, FL to begin the master’s program in Applied Behavior Analysis at Florida Institute of Technology and found […]