Monthly Archives: January 2015

Using Technology to Disseminate Behavior Analysis: Is It Possible?

Read in Portuguese Need for Behavior Analysis Services Around the World Nowadays, behavior analysis is highlighted because of its science-based methods, which achieve good results that prove its services’ quality. At the same time, the demand for this specialized service has grown up in a way which makes the number of behavior analysts still insufficient, […]

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Autism and Technology: Process over Hype

by Elizabeth R. Lorah, Alison Karnes, & D. Renee Speight After the initial release of the iPod Touch® in 2007, the Apple iPad® was released just three years later in 2010. Parents, teachers, clinicians, and advocates of individuals with a diagnosis of autism have since flocked to adopt the new technology. For example, a Google […]

Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis: Special Issue on Behavior Analysis and Technology

To all readers interested in behavior analysis and technology: The Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis Special Issue on Behavior Analysis and Technology is now available. Click the link (http://rmac-mx.org) to find articles on technology and instructional design/learning science/education, health, operant research, and more!

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Introduction to Arduino Microcontroller Boards for Behavior Analysts

Adopting technology developed in other disciplines (i.e., exogenous technology, Lattal, 2008) has been common practice in the experimental analysis of behavior. A detailed history was narrated previously (Escobar, 2014). In that review, the author also described that a new stage of adoption of technology is taking place as easy-to-use and inexpensive technology has become available. […]