BAAM 2017 Convention Schedule

This program is tentative and subject to change.
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Thursday Keynote

 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Ballroom  (2nd Floor)

 

David H. Freedman
Contributing editor at The Atlantic, and at Inc. Magazine.

 

Society's Uneasy Relationship with Behavior Analysis

 

Behavior analysis often achieves astonishing outcomes in children and adults with autism and many other developmental disorders, as well as helping people with an array of challenging problems in any number of domains. And yet the attitudes of parents, professionals, journalists and other influencers in society toward behavior analysis are frequently characterized by ignorance, indifference, and even open hostility. Why does such an effective, helpful and strongly evidence-based field have this sort of public image problem? In fact, there are clear reasons why behavior analysis sometimes struggles to get the attention and appreciation it deserves. Some of these reputational challenges might be difficult to overcome, but understanding them is surely a good first step.

 

 

Thursday Breakout Sessions

 

•11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m  Auditorium (1 BACB Type II CEU)

Using Interrupted Behavior Chains, or "Blocked Response" Conditioned Establishing Operations to Teach Mands to Early Learners with Autism. Genae A. Hall (Behavior Analysis and Intervention Services)

 

•11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m Ballroom A (1 BACB Type II CEU)

Supervising Ethically: A Clinician's Model For Supervision and Training of Practicum Students. Michelle Fuhr (University Pediatrician's Autism Center), Krista Clancy (University Pediatrician's Autism Center)

 

•11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m Ballroom  B (1 BACB Type II CEU)

Applications of Behavior Analysis in School Settings: Focus on Academic Interventions for Students with Disabilities. Andrew J. Bulla (Western Michigan University), Jessica E. Frieder (Western Michigan University), Sarah Schmitt (Western Michigan University)

 

•11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m Room 310A (1 BACB Type II CEU)

Behavior Analytic Pragmatism. Jay Moore (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)

 

•11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m 310B
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services: Medicaid Autism Program Update.
Brie Elsasser (MDHHS: Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder Section), Lisa Grost,(MDHHS: Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder Section), Kara Hart (MDHHS: Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder Section)

 

 

Lunch (On your own)

 

•1:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m Auditorium (2 BACB Type II CEUs)

"Fix My Child!": Practical Strategies For Improving Parent Involvement and Compliance With Treatment. Michelle Fuhr (University Pediatrician's Autism Center), Christine Kessler (Centria Healthcare), Meghan Perrault

 

1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m Ballroom A (1 BACB Type II CEU)

Toilet Training Children with Developmental Disabilities: Procedural Changes and Generalization of Bowel Movements. Rebecca Kolb (Western Michigan University), Rebecca Wiskirchen (Western Michigan University), Denice Rios (Western Michigan University), Stephanie Peterson (Western Michigan University)

 

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m Ballroom B (1 BACB Type II CEU)
A Behavior Analytic Understanding of Projective Testing: From Skinner to Rorschach. Thom Ratkos (Western Michigan University), Jessica E. Frieder (Western Michigan University)

 

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m Room 310A
Michigan Behavior Analysis Licensing Update. James Todd (Eastern Michigan University)

 

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m Room 310B (Multi-paper session) (1 BACB Type II CEU; Must stay for both papers)

The Effect of Functional Behavior Assessment on School Based Interventions: A Meta-Analysis of Single-Case Research. Teryn Bruni (University of Michigan Health System), Michael Hixson (Central Michigan University), Daniel Drevon (Central Michigan University), Robert Wyse (Central Michigan University)

 

Survey of Needs for BCBA Supervisors. Katie Lynn Garza (Western Michigan University), Heather M. McGee (Western Michigan University), Emily G. Jackson (Western Michigan University), Stephanie M. Peterson (Western Michigan University)

 

•2:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m Ballroom A (1 BACB Type II CEU)

Structured Parent Training Using a Bug-in-the-Ear Device. Lesly Hendershot (Beaumont Children's Hospital, Ted Lindsay Foundation HOPE Center), Jacqueline White (Beaumont Children's Hospital, Ted Lindsay Foundation HOPE Center), Haley Bruce (Beaumont Children's Hospital, Ted Lindsay Foundation HOPE Center)

 

•2:30 p.m. - 4:20 p.m Ballroom B (2 BACB Type II CEU)
Improving Large-Scale Evaluations of ABA Efficacy. Roger Bass (Independent consultant)

 

•2:30 p.m. - 3:50 p.m. Room 310A
We're Not Too Cool for School: How to Establish and Maintain School- and Community-Based Practicums.

 

Chair: Stephanie M. Peterson (Western Michigan University)

Discussant: Jessica E. Frieder (Western Michigan University)

 

Panelists: Michael P. Kranak (Western Michigan University), Cody A. Morris  (Western Michigan University), Rebecca L. Kolb (Western Michigan University), Kimberly M. Peck (Western Michigan University), Andrew J. Bulla  (Western Michigan University), Kayla J. Jenssen (Western Michigan University)

 

Friday Keynote

 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Ballroom  (2nd Floor)

(1 BACB Type II CEU)

 

Janet S. Twyman, Ph.D., BCBA, NYSLBA
Associate Prof. of Pediatrics/UMass Medical School

Director of Innovation & Technology/Center for Innovations in Learning

 

 

Dr. Twyman is a noted proponent of effective instruction and using technology to produce individual and system change. A career educator, she has been a preschool and elementary school teacher, a principal and administrator, and university professor. A sought after speaker nationally and internationally, Dr. Twyman has presented on leveraging new technologies for diverse learners and settings at the United Nations. She has served on the boards of numerous organizations including the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies (chairing the Education Group) and PEER International (assisting township schools in Port Elizabeth, South Africa).  In 2007-08 she served as President of the Association for Behavior Analysis International and in 2014 was named an ABAI Fellow. Formerly the Vice President of Instructional Development, Research, & Implementation at Headsprout, Dr. Twyman is currently an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Massachusetts Medical School/Shriver Center. She is also the Director of Innovation & Technology for the U.S. Dept. of Education funded Center on Innovations in Learning, working with state education departments across the nation. She has published and presented widely on instructional design, evidence-based innovations in education, and the systems that produce meaningful difference in learners’ lives, and in 2015 received the Wing Award for her work in Evidence-based Education.

 

 

Friday Breakout Sessions

 

•11:00 a.m. - 11:50 p.m Auditorium (1 BACB Type II CEU)

Using an Inter-Professional Education Model to Disseminate Information About ABA to Medical School Residents - Changing Perspectives About Working with Behavior Analysts. Krista Clancy (University Pediatricians Autism Center/WSU), Michelle Fuhr (University Pediatricians Autism Center/WSU)

 

11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m Ballroom A (1 BACB Type II CEU)
Behavior Support Plans: Developing a Template and Writing Comprehensive Plans.

 

Chair & Discussant: Jonathan Baker (Western Michigan University)

 

Panelists: Cody Morris (Western Michigan University), Alissa Conway (Western Michigan University), Wayne Fuqua (Western Michigan University)

 

•11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m Ballroom  B (1 BACB Type II CEU)

Applications of Behavior Analysis in School Settings: Focus on Academic Interventions for Students with Disabilities. Andrew J. Bulla (Western Michigan University), Jessica E. Frieder (Western Michigan University), Sarah Schmitt (Western Michigan University)

 

•11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m Room 310A (1 BACB Type II CEU)

Behavior Analytic Pragmatism. Jay Moore (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)

 

•11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m Room 310B  
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services: Medicaid Autism Program Update.
Brie Elsasser (MDHHS: Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder Section), Lisa Grost,(MDHHS: Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder Section), Kara Hart (MDHHS: Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder Section)

 

•11:00 p.m. - 11:50 p.m 352 (Multi-Paper Session)

Autism and Positive Medical Care Experiences: Barriers, Facilitators, and Implications for Treatment. Shelby Wilson (Eastern Michigan University), Catherine Peterson (Eastern Michigan University)

 

The Case for a Behavioral Analysis of Syntax. Robert Dlouhy (Western Michigan University)

 

Lunch (On Your Own)

(BATS REUNION-BALLROOM A, Noon-1:15)

 

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m  Auditorium (1 BACB Type II CEU)

Using Interrupted Behavior Chains, or "Blocked Response" Conditioned Establishing Operations to Teach Mands to Early Learners with Autism. Genae A. Hall (Behavior Analysis and Intervention Services)

 

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m Ballroom A (1 BACB Type II CEU)

Summer Transition Program: Preparing Students with ASD for a Successful Transition from High School to College. Kourtney Bakalyar (Western Michigan University), Kayla Jenssen (Western Michigan University), Jessica Frieder (Western Michigan University)

 

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m Ballroom B  (1 BACB Type II CEU)
A Behavior Analytic Understanding of Projective Testing: From Skinner to Rorschach. Thom Ratkos (Western Michigan University), Jessica E. Frieder (Western Michigan University)

 

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m Room 352
Michigan Behavior Analysis Licensing Update. James Todd (Eastern Michigan University)

 

•2:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m Auditorum

How to Get Into Graduate School. Caitlyn Sorensen (Eastern Michigan University)

 

•2:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m Ballroom A (1 BACB Type II CEU)

Behavior Analysis in the Real World Setting: Terminology, Ethics, and Application.

 

Chair: Sean Field (Western Michigan University)

Discussant: Steve Sparks (Western Michigan University)

 

Communicating Behavior Analytic Interventions and their Acceptability. Steven P. Sparks (Western Michigan University), Thom Ratkos (Western Michigan University), Jessica E. Frieder (Western Michigan University)

 

The Role of Punishment in Practice: Ethics and Application. Sean Field (Western Michigan University), Jessica E. Frieder (Western Michigan University), Thomas L. Zane (University of Kansas)

 

•2:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m Ballroom B

Limited Language Proficiency Suppresses Verbal Fluency and Auditory Attention, but Not Working Memory Performance. A Study in Cross-Cultural Neuropsychology. Jessica Hurtubise (University of Windsor), Jordan Charles (University of Windsor), Abigail McDermott (University of Windsor), Anca Enache (University of Windsor), Meriam Issa (University of Windsor), Laszlo Erdodi (University of Windsor)

 

•2:30-3:20 p.m. Room 300

Job and Practicum Fair

 

BAAM's annual Job and Practicum Fair will feature presentations by local and regional organizations and agencies that hire behavior analysts and sponsor practicum opportunities. Following the formal presentations, job seekers may meet with representatives of the agencies and organizations.

 

3-Hour Workshops

 

•Thursday  1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m Room 300 (3 BACB Type II CEUs)

Acting Out: Learning BACB Ethics and Problem-Solving Strategies through Interactive Team-based Learning. Wayne Fuqua, Ph.D., BCBA-D (Western Michigan University)

 

Workshop additional cost: $40

 

•Friday  1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m Room 204 (3 BACB Type II CEUs)

A Practitioner’s Guide to Building a Customized Electronic Data Collection System Using Microsoft Excel. Cody Morris (Western Michigan University)

 

Workshop additional cost: $50

 

Posters

3:30 - 5:00 p.m.

(Rooms 310A & B)

 

Academic Literacy Lab (ALL) Graduate Program at Western Michigan University. Denise Ross (Western Michigan University)

 

Behavior Analysis Training System (BATS). Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan Univeristy)

 

Boot Camp Model: High-Intensity, Early Intervention Treatment Package for a Low-Performing Preschool Student with Autism. Taylor Clements (Western Michigan University), Hannah Betz (Western Michigan University), Justin Daigle (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

A Case Study: Functional Daily Living Skills and Academic Skills for Individualized Treatment. Emma Sipila (Western Michigan University), Michael Roeser (Western Michigan University), Jennifer Mrljak (Western Michigan University), Richard Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Changing a Paraprofessional's Praise Rate in the Classroom. Amanda L. Thornton (Western Michigan University), Andrew J. Bulla (Western Michigan University), Jessica E. Frieder (Western Michigan University)

 

Comparison of Sex Education Programs for Developmentally Disabled and Neurotypical Populations. Christopher Schrimscher (Eastern Michigan University), Ashley Vernier (Eastern Michigan University), Caitlyn Upton (Eastern Michigan University), Jennifer Battles (Eastern Michigan Univerisity), Tamara Loverich (Eastern Michigan University)

 

Decreasing Problem Behavior by Teaching Waiting and Accepting "No." Liz Sutton (Western Michigan University), Liz Carey (Western Michigan University), Sydney Harbaugh (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Discrimination Training and Differential Reinforcement as an Intervention for Nonfunctional Vocalizations. Lauren Phillips (Judson Center), Jasmine Waston (Judson Center), Maija Reisterer (Judson Center), Kelsey Murphy (Judson Center)

 

Do Pigeons Learn About Repeating Series of Inter-Reinforcement Intervals?: A Direct Replication of the Classic Research. Naomi J. Evans (Central Michigan University), Eric J. French (Central Michigan University), Mark P. Reilly (Central Michigan University)

 

Does Executive Dysfunction Link Behavioral Variability and Depression? A Replication and Extension. Ted Allaire (Eastern Michigan University), Claudia Drossel (Eastern Michigan University)

 

Education to Employment: A Summary of the PROMOTES Employment Project After Year One. Kayla Jenssen (Western Michigan University), Kimberly Peck (Western Michigan University), Jessica E. Frieder (Western Michigan University), Patrick Wieszciecinski (Western Michigan University)

 

The Effects of a Changing Criteria Schedule of Reinforcement on Increasing Employee Attendance. Victoria I. Cummings (The Children's Center of Wayne County), Kristen Cyrul (The Children's Center of Wayne County)

 

The Effects of Electronic Data Collection, Immediate Graphic Feedback, and Automated Scheduled Prompts on Data Collection Adherence. Cody Morris (Western Michigan University), Stephanie Peterson (Western Michigan University)

 

The Effects of Verbal Replacements, Social Skills Training, and Role-Playing on Increasing Appropriate Social Greetings in a Child Diagnosed with Autism. Rebecca Taylor (The Children's Center of Wayne County)

 

Establishing Social Praise as a Reinforcer for a Child with Autism. Michael Tomak (Western Michigan University), Margaret Wright (Western Michigan University), Sydney Harbaugh (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

An Evaluation of a Preparatory System for Transitioning: A Replication. Naomi Magnotte (Western Michigan University), Justin Daigle (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Examinations of Differences Between PEAK Scoring System The Typical Percent Correct Scoring System. Brian Davis (Central Michigan University), Michael Brooks (Central Michigan University), Seth Whiting (Central Michigan University)

 

Experiential Avoidance in Parenting and Miscarried Helping in Caregivers of Pediatric Cancer Patients:  How Well Do Psychometrics of the PAAQ and HHI Hold Up? Casiana Warfield (Eastern Michigan University), Kristina Brookshire (Eastern Michigan University), Leah McDiarmid (Eastern Michigan University), Rachel Kentor (Eastern Michigan University), Megan N. Perez (Oklahoma State University), Lauren Ostarello (Eastern Michigan University), Michelle Byrd (Eastern Michigan University), Kristen Kullgren (University of Michigan)

 

Explicit Programming for Icon Rings: Visual-Based Direction Following. Chelsea Doty (Western Michigan University), Samantha Borowski (Western Michigan University), Justin J. Daigle (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Extinction Contingencies to Increase Eye Contact and Vocalizations When Manding. Katelyn Buchholz (Western Michigan University), Taylor Festerman (Western Michigan University), Jennifer Mrljak (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Increasing Appropriate Mealtime Behavior. Danielle Prentice (Western Michigan University), Sydney Harbaugh (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University)

 

Improving Vocal Verbal Skills and Functional Direction Following. Tristen L. Jessup, (Western Michigan University), Alexa Hill (Western Michigan University), Jennifer Mrljak (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Increasing Vocal Verbal Skills and Increasing Functional Independence in the Classroom. Ariana Yoder (Western Michigan University), Elisabeth Coffel (Western Michigan University), Jennifer Mrljak (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Increasing Independent Vocal Mands in Children with Autism Using In Vivo Mand Training. Leah Trombley (Western Michigan University), Katherine Mahaffy (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Increasing Listener Comprehension Skills for a Child with Autism. Jessica M. Russell (Western Michigan University), Dana E Schwartz (Western Michigan University), Sydney M. Harbaugh (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Increasing Shared Attention in Children with Developmental Delays. Jessica VandenBoom (Western Michigan University), Shelby Esman (Western Michigan University), Blaire Michelin (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Increasing Vocalizations and Establishing Echoic Stimulus Control. Shannon Rupnow (Western Michigan University), Logan Wurster (Western Michigan University), Blaire Michelin (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Increasing Toileting Initiation and Toileting Independence for a Child with Autism. Karyn Joshua (Western Michigan University), Kristianna Ferrier (Western Michigan University), Blaire Michelin (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

The JOY Program: A 12 week Behaviorally Based Parent Participation Model for Families of Children with Autism. Stephen Lyons (Healing Haven), Jamie McGillivary (Healing Haven), Lori Warner (Healing Haven)

 

Learning Colors Incidentally in an Art Room. Lyndsay Williams (Western Michigan University), Thom Ratkos (Western Michigan University), Jessica Frieder (Western Michigan University)

 

Let's Make Friends: Incidental Skill Acquisition during Group Instruction. Shayna Bedy (Judson Center), Julie Verstraete (Judson Center), Kelsey Murphy (Judson Center), Shelley Liquia (Judson Center), Emily Besecker (Judson Center)

 

Modified Intensive Toilet Training Protocol For A Child Diagnosed With ASD and Other Diagnoses. Katie Mattox (Building Bridges Therapy Center), Madison Myers (Building Bridges Therapy Center)

 

Multiple Baseline of Behavior Skills Training Across Staff for the Implementation of Antecedent Interventions. Kirsten M. Rudd (Judson Center), Jared Coffin (Judson Center), Alyssa Desai (Judson Center), Elitca Murray (Judson Center), Michael Hough (Judson Center), Jacob Papazian (Judson Center), Emily Besecker (Judson Center)

 

A Naturalistic Manding Procedure for a Child with Autism. Kelsey Hunter (Western Michigan University), Alyssa Uher (Western Michigan University), Blaire Michelin (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University), Kelsey A Hunter (Western Michigan University)

 

Pellet Type as a Conditional Stimulus in Rats. Molly M. Conway (Central Michigan University), Eric J. French (Central Michigan University), Mark P. Reilly (Central Michigan University)

 

The Random Stimulus Design: Utility When Combined With the PEAK Curriculum and Tips for Practitioners. Michael Brooks (Central Michigan University), Rebecca Jokinen (Central Michigan University), Brian Davis (Central Michigan University), Seth Whiting (Central Michigan University), Christie Nutkins (Central Michigan University)

 

Relational Frustration Predicts Reports of Externalizing Behaviors in Middle Childhood. Leah McDiarmid (Eastern Michigan University), Kayla Rinna (Eastern Michigan University), Carol R. Freedman-Doan (Eastern Michigan University)

 

Relationship Between Scholarship Amount and Hours Dedicated in College Students Measured Using A Cost/Demand Curve Framework. Matthew J. Dwyer (Eastern Michigan University), Lauren M. Ostarello (Eastern Michigan University), Thomas J. Waltz (Eastern Michigan University)

 

Satisfaction vs. Efficacy: Assessing the Efficacy and Acceptability of a Behavioral Skills Training (BST) on Proactive Communication Strategies. Anna Brenner (Western Michigan University), Lilith Reuter-Yuill (Western Michigan University), Brian MacNeill (Western Michigan University), Sandra Garcia, MA (Western Michigan University), Jonathan Baker, (Western Michigan University)

 

A Shaping Procedure Across Response Topographies. Jasmine Watson (Judson Center), Stephanie Hankins (Judson Center), Kelsey Murphy (Judson Center), Maija Reisterer (Judson Center), Emily Besecker (Judson Center)

 

Shaping Vocalizations and Establishing Echoic Stimulus Control in Children with Autism. Kelsey Turnquist (Western Michigan University), Taylor Raaymakers (Western Michigan University), Blaire Michelin (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Teaching Functional Direction Following in a Group Setting. Sarah Fulcher (Western Michigan University), Breanna Burns (Western Michigan University), Katherine Mahaffy (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Teaching a Child Diagnosed With Autism to Tolerate Physical Contact. Phylicia Ruso (Western Michigan University), Kelsey Webster (Western Michigan University), Jennifer Mrljak (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Teaching Reciprocal Conversations using Video Modeling to a Child Diagnosed with ASD. Katie Mattox (Building Bridges Therapy Center), Kelsey Ruffin (Building Bridges Therapy Center)

 

Teaching Play Skills Using Video Modeling. Avery Blackburn (Western Michigan University), Katherine Mahaffy (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Teaching a Scanning Response to a Child Diagnosed with Autism. Autumn Lucero (Western Michigan University), Katherine Burnham (Western Michigan University), Katherine Mahaffy (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Telehealth in the Provision of Service Delivery in Mental and Behavioral Health: A Systematic Review. Andrea Layne Miller (Western Michigan University), Zachary M. Husak (Western Michigan University), Denice Rios (Western Michigan University)

 

Teaching Non-Verbal Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders to Communicate Using Speech Generating Devices. Mariana Fraga (Henry Ford Health System), Christy Schweitzer (Henry Ford Health System), Jason Majchrzak, (Henry Ford Health System)

 

Title TBA. Jason Majchrzak (Henry Ford Health Systems), Leslie Scobie (Henry Ford Health Systems), Bryan Davey (Highland Behavioral Health)

 

The Use of Oral-Facial Imitation Training to Facilitate Echoic Responding. Rita M. Pruzansky (Western Michigan University), Guadalupe A. Batlle (Western Michigan University), Katherine A. Mahaffy (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Using Functional Communication Training to Decrease Self-Injurious Behavior. Sally Weigandt (Western Michigan University), Brittany Cross (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Using a Treatment Package in a Classroom Setting to Reduce Problem Behavior and Increase Classroom Independence. Kaley Barnes (Western Michigan University), Gabryela Machado (Western Michigan University), Jennifer Mrljak (Western Michigan University), Richard Malott, Ph.D., (Western Michigan University)

 

Using a Transfer Trial to Fade Prompts that Reliably Evoke the Correct Response. Benjamin Lowe (Western Michigan University), Zachary Husak (Western Michigan University), Justin Daigle (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Using FCT within an EIBI Pre-School Classroom. Kayla Curry (Western Michigan University), Demetrius Harvell (Western Michigan University), Justin Daigle (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

The Use of a Mirror While Teaching Gross Motor Imitation Skills to Children with Autism Using Most-to-Least Within-Session Prompt Fading. Nicholas Ostosh (Western Michigan University), Giulia Avelar (Western Michigan University), Blaire Michelin (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Wait For My Signal: Group Skill Acquisition Using Direct Instruction Principles. Audrey Torma (Judson Center), Melissa Wilson (Judson Center), Kelsey Murphy (Judson Center), Shelley Liquia (Judson Center), Emily Besecker (Judson Center)

 

Within-Session Progressive Gestural-Prompt Delay to Teach Receptive Identification. Keili Scott (Western Michigan University), Breanne Stiemsma (Western Michigan University), Justin Daigle (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Western Michigan University Graduate Programs in Behavior Analysis. Cynthia J Pietras (Western Michigan University), Stephanie Peterson (Western Michigan University)

 

Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan, Department of Psychology, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI 48197