Behavior Analysis in Psychology: Clinical Behavior Analysis

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March 21, 2019 | 02:00 PM – 03:00 PM EST

★ Chat with Scott Gaynor during the official premiere! ★

Scott Gaynor is signing on to live chat with audience members for the official premiere of his ABA Subspecialty Series presentation regarding Clinical Behavior Analysis. Register at no cost for the chance to converse with this expert on Thursday, March 21 at 2:00 PM. Simply enter your registered email address to launch the video player and live chat window when it’s time to join. Scott will be online, actively participating in the live discussion chat box during the hours of 2:00-3:00 PM while his pre-recorded presentation airs for the first time.


Abstract

This presentation is part of the ABA Subspecialty Series: Diversity in Practice. This nine-part series was developed to provide general awareness and education on the many different applications of Applied Behavior Analysis and the industry-specific niches consequently derived from these applications. For each area, one of its foremost experts will cover topics such as origins of the subspecialty area, seminal publications in the area, specific types of problems behavior analysts address within the area, how the treatment approach varies from alternative methods. This series is intended as a helpful resource for all individuals interested in the science of Applied Behavior Analysis, from undergraduates just embarking on their studies to professionals well established in the field.


Presenter Bio: Scott Gaynor, PhD

Scott T. Gaynor received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where he had the good fortune to be mentored in behavior analysis by Rick Shull and clinical behavior analysis by Scott Lawrence and Rosemery Nelson-Gray. He completed his clinical internship and a post-doc at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic. The next stop was the Department of Psychology at Western Michigan University where has been on the faculty for 17 years. He is currently a Professor of Psychology and Co-Director of Clinical Training for the doctoral program in clinical psychology. Scott has previously served as the senior co-chair of the CBM track for the ABAI annual convention and is a Consulting Editor for the journal Behavior Analysis: Research and Practice.

Location Information

This workshop will be streamed live online. Attend the workshop from the comforts of your personal computer.

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