BAAM 2019 Convention Schedule
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Thursday Keynote

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

1 BACB Type-II CEU

 

Can the Experimental Analysis of Behavior Adapt to the Environment?

Stuart Vyse

Thursday Breakout Sessions

•10:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m Ballroom A (1.5  BACB Type-II CEU, Ethics)

Panel Discussion: Applying the Professional and Ethical Compliance Code to Real Challenges Faced by Practitioners.

 

Chair: Angela Capuano (University of Michigan-Dearborn)

Discussant: Angela Capuano (University of Michigan-Dearborn)

Panelists: Kim Killu (University of Michigan-Dearborn), Kim Renner (University of Michigan), Danielle DeLong (Harbor)

•10:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m Ballroom B (1.5 BACB Type-II CEU)

Symposium: Unique Challenges Regarding the Assessment and Treatment of Problem Behavior.

 

Chair: Michael P. Kranak (Western Michigan University)

Discussant: Stephanie M. Peterson (Western Michigan University)

 

Serial and Concurrent Response Presentation: Their Effects on Resurgence. Michael P. Kranak (Western Michigan University), Stephanie M. Peterson (Western Michigan University), Claire C. St. Peter (West Virginia University)

 

A Review of Attention Assessments. Cody A. Morris (Western Michigan University)

 

Behavioral Interventions to Increase Compliance with Medical Procedures in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Denice Rios Mojica (Western Michigan University), Nathan VanderWeele (Western Michigan University)

•10:30 a.m. - 11:20 a.m Auditorium (1.0 BACB Type-II CEU)

Symposium: Demonstrations of Effective Staff Training to Implement Applied Behavior Analytic Techniques.

 

Chair: Marisa H. Fisher (Michigan State University)

Discussant: Marisa H. Fisher (Michigan State University)

 

Training Job Coaches in Systematic Methods of Instruction. John D. Wenzel, IV (Michigan State University), Marisa H. Fisher (Michigan State University)

 

An Evaluation of Fidelity of Implementation of a Manualized Social-Play Curriculum. Emma Sipila (Michigan State University), Matthew T. Brodhead (Michigan State University), Joshua B. Plavnick (Michigan State University)

 

Further Evaluation of a Clinical Decision-Making Tool to Train Front-Line Employees to Conduct Visual Analysis. Darla N. Kril (Michigan State University), Matthew T. Brodhead (Michigan State University), Adrea Truckenmiller (Michigan State University), Emma Sipila (Michigan State University)

 

•10:30 a.m. - 11:20 a.m 310A
Introduction to the Early Start Denver Model for Behavior Analysts. Costanza Colombi (University of Michigan)

•10:30 a.m. - 11:20 a.m 310B (1.0 BACB Type-II CEU)
Advocacy:  Strategies to Influence Policies and Funding Allocations for BCBAs and Parents.

 

Chair: Wayne Fuqua (Western Michigan University)

Discussant: Colleen Allen (Autism Alliance of Michigan)

Panelists: Zach Dugger (Brain Trust Behavioral Health), Scott Schrum (Residential Opportunities, Inc.)

•10:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.  Room 352

Behavior Development Solutions: Open Meeting on How VCS Program Directors Can Use Student Performance Data

 

Chaired by: Alex Beaupre (Behavior Development Solutions)

 Thursday Lunch & Meetings

 Noon - 1:30 p.m.

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.  Ballroom A (1.0 BACB Type-II CEU)

Behavior Analysis in Educational Settings: Learning to Use Measurement Instruments to Aid in Assessing Behaviors, Environments, FBA's, and BIP's. Lloyd Peterson (COMPASS: A Positive Direction in Behavioral Intervention LLC), Stephanie Peterson (Western Michigan University), Jessica Frieder (Western Michigan University)

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.  Ballroom B (1.0 BACB Type-II CEU, Ethics)

Ethical Considerations and Treatment Recommendations for Managing Sexual Behavior in Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Morgan Wright (University of Michigan, University Center for the Child and Family), Ismael Eltayuddin (University of Michigan, University Center for the Child and Family), Lawrence Kowalski (University of Michigan, University Center for the Child and Family), Katherine Williams (University of Michigan, University Center for the Child and Family), Kristen Kalymon (University of Michigan, University Center for the Child and Family)

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.  Auditorium (1.0 BACB Type-II CEU)

Symposium: Improving Transition Outcomes for Young Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

 

Chair: Marisa H. Fisher (Michigan State University)

Discussant: Tiffany Stauch (Michigan State University)

 

Teaching Vocational and Social Skills to Adolescents with Autism Using Video Modeling. Tiffany Stauch (Michigan State University), Joshua Plavnick (Michigan State University)

 

A Systematic Approach to Teaching Adults with IDD to Use Google Maps to Navigate Around Their Community. Marisa H. Fisher (Michigan State University), Richard A. Price (Hope Network), John D. Wenzel, IV (Michigan State University), Benjamin Strong (Michigan State University), Lauren M. Snyder (Michigan State University)

 

A Disability Rights Training for Young Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Richard A. Price (Hope Network), Marisa H. Fisher (Michigan State University), Matthew T. Brodhead (Michigan State University), John D. Wenzel, IV (Michigan State University)

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.  Room 310A (1.0 BACB Type-II CEU)

Analyzing Our Own Behavior as Collaborators: Are We Applying Our Science? Victoria A. Fogel (West Michigan Association for Behavior Analysis), Ken Pierson (West Michigan Association for Behavior Analysis), Benjamin Woiwode (West Michigan Association for Behavior Analysis)

•2:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m.  Ballroom A (1.0 BACB Type-II CEU, Ethics)

Ethics of Scope of Competence in Behavior Analysis. Matthew T. Brodhead (Michigan State University)

2:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m. Ballroom B  (1.0 BACB Type-II CEU)

The Need for a Functional Analysis Risk Assessment Tool: Formalizing Clinical Decision-Making.

 

Chair: Stephanie M. Peterson (Western Michigan University)

Discussant: Neil Deochand (University of Cincinnati)

 

Functional Analysis: A Need for Clinical Decision Support Tools to Weigh Risks and Benefits. Rebecca R. Wiskirchen (Elridge) (Kalamazoo Autism Center & Western Michigan University), Neil Deochand (University of Cincinnati), Stephanie M. Peterson (Western Michigan University)

•2:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m. Auditorium  (1.0 BACB Type-II CEU)
Symposium: Matrix Training: An Efficient Method for Maximizing Learning Outcomes.

 

Chair: Tiffany Stauch (Michigan State University)

 

Matrix Training and Verbal Generativity in Children with Autism. Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University)

 

Building Play Skills Using Video Modeling and Matrix Training. Emily Carmody (Michigan State University)

 

Video Modeling and Matrix Training: Effects on Acquisition of Social Skills Across Job Tasks Among Adolescents with ASD. Tiffany Stauch (Michigan State University), Josh Plavnick (Michigan State University)

2:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m. 310A (1.0 BACB Type-II CEU)

Traumatic Brain Injury: Overview of Impact of Injury and How Behavioral Principles are Applied. Laura Myers (Behavior Consultants Inc. )

Friday Keynote

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

(1.0 BACB Type-II CEU)

 

Can’t Escape Them So We Must Address Them: Psychotropic Medication and Challenging Behavior

Maria Valdovinos
Professor in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Drake University

Friday Morning Breakout Sessions

•10:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.  Ballroom A (1.5 BACB Type-II CEU)

Are You Ready for It? Adopting Best Practice Recommendations to BCBA Supervision.

 

Chair: Delanie Lombardo (Western Michigan University)

Discussant: Jeana Koerber (Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research)

 

A Review of Current Research on BCBA Supervision. Alyssa R. Jewett (Western Michigan University), Jessica E. Frieder (Western Michigan University)

 

Don’t Recreate the Wheel: A Brief Look at Supervision. Sally Weigandt (Western Michigan University), Heather McGee (Western Michigan University)

 

Supervision Requirements in University Intensive Practicum: A Case Review. Avner Fraidlin (Western Michigan University), Jessica E. Frieder (Western Michigan University), Alyssa R. Jewett (Western Michigan University), Kimberly Peck (Western Michigan University), Kayla Jenssen (Western Michigan University)

 

Developing and Implementing a Graduate Course on Supervision and Applied Behavior Analysis. Haley Hughes (Western Michigan University), Jonathan C. Baker (Western Michigan University)

•10:30 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.  Ballroom B (1 BACB Type-II CEU)

Evaluating the Effects of Supervision: Strategies for Objectively Measuring Supervisee Performance. Adam M. Briggs (Eastern Michigan University)

•10:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.  Auditorium (1.5 BACB Type-II CEU)
Multi-Paper Session: Comparing Treatment Models : EIBI, PEERS, & EDSM

 

Comparing Three Modified Versions of the Evidenced-Based UCLA PEERS Program Social Skills Training for Adolescents. Morgan Wright (Eastern Michigan University), Megan Pejsa-Reitz (Eastern Michigan University), Kristina Brookshire-Gay (Eastern Michigan University), Renee Lajiness-O'Neill (Eastern Michigan University)

 

Parent-Child Group Intervention for Young Children with ASD. Costanza Colombi (University of Michigan), Angela Fish (University of Michigan), Angela Capuano (University of Michigan), Jessyca Judge (University of Michigan)

 

A Pretest-Posttest Evaluation of a Clinically Based Parent-Mediated Intervention on the Home Language Environments of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Pilot Study. Sarah Avendano (Michigan State University)

•10:30 a.m. - 11:20 a.m 31oA

The Behavior Analysis Training System.

 

Chair: Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University)

Discussant: Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University)

 

The Undergraduate Student Experience: Course Work. Michael Kranak (Western Michigan University), Heriberto Bobadilla (Western Michigan University), Clare Christe (Western Michigan University)

 

The Undergraduate Student Experience: Practicum & Research. Michael Tomak (Western Michigan University), Kaylee Tomak (Western Michigan University)

 

The Master's Student Experience. Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University)

 

The Doctoral Student Experience. Sofia Peters (Western Michigan University), Kohei Togashi (Western Michigan University)

•10:30 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.  Room 310B

Ethical Issue Regarding Transgender Clients in Behavior Analysis. Brooklynn Greene (Western Michigan University)

•10:30 a.m. - 10:50 a.m.  352

How to Implement an ABA Practice in a Medically Oriented Rehabilitation Setting. Gerald McKeegan (Spectrum Health), Allison Ilem (Spectrum Health)

•10:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. Salon

Panel Discussion: Collaboration in the World of Autism.

 

Panelists: Mary Schrier (Community Mental Health for Central Michigan), Christi Owens (Midland County Educational Service Agency), Kelly Rogers (START Project)

 Friday Lunch & Meetings

 Noon - 1:30 p.m.

BATs Reunion (Ballroom B)

•12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Room 204

BAAM SIG for Professional Behavior Analysts: Open Meeting on Bi-Annual SIG meeting

Chaired by:  Conny RAAYMAKERS  (Developmental Enhancement), Morgan VanDenBerg (DHHS)

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

Using Ethical Standards to Combat Negativity in the Workplace. Michelle Fuhr (University Pediatrician's Autism Center)

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

An Important Chapter in the Story of Behaviorism. Jay Moore (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.  Salon

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

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.  Auditorium (1 BACB Type-II CEU)
Multi-Paper Session: Interview-Informed Interventions

 

Highlights and Challenges of the IISCA Approach for Challenging Behavior. Tiffany Stauch (Michigan State University), John Moore (Centria Healthcare), Jessica Brown (Centria Healthcare)

 

Comparisons of Standardized and Interview-Informed Synthesized Reinforcement Contingencies Relative to Traditional Functional Analysis. Adam M. Briggs (Eastern Michigan University), Brian D. Greer (University of Nebraska Medical Center's Munroe-Meyer Institute), Daniel R. Mitteer (University of Nebraska Medical Center's Munroe-Meyer Institute), Wayne W. Fisher (University of Nebraska Medical Center's Munroe-Meyer Institute), Andrew J. Sodawasser (University of Nebraska Medical Center's Munroe-Meyer Institute)

•1:30 p.m. - 1:50 p.m.  Room 320

Influence of Psychological Factors on Technology Adoption Behavior. Bilquis Ferdousi (College of Technology, Eastern Michigan University), Tasfia Bari (College of Technology, Eastern Michigan University)

•1:30 p.m. - 2:20 a.m.  Room 352

Multipaper Session: Issues in Verbal Behavior

 

Behavior Analytic Study of Narrative Identity: The What, Why, and How. Amanda Mahoney (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology), Laura A. Kruse (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and First Leap)

 

A Behavioral Analysis of English Relative Clauses. Robert Dlouhy (Western Michigan University)

•2:00 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.  Room 320

Today's Delays, Tomorrow's Impulsivities: Impulsive Choice is Determined by Recent Delay Exposure. Eric J. French (Central Michigan University), Basha Libman (Central Michigan University), Mark P. Reilly (Central Michigan University)

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

Symposium: Recent Advancements in Preference Assessment Research with Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

 

Chair: Matthew T. Brodhead (Michigan State University)

Discussant: Matthew T. Brodhead (Michigan State University)

 

Comparison of a Video-Based Assessment and a Collaborative Assessment to Identify Preferred Jobs for Individual's with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Lauren M. Snyder (Michigan State University), Marisa H. Fisher (Michigan State University)

 

Advancements in Video-based Preference Assessments. Emma L. Mitchell (Michigan State University), Matthew T. Brodhead (Michigan State University)

 

Further Evaluation of Preference Displacement. Alexa J. Foote (Michigan State University), Matthew T. Brodhead (Michigan State University), Emma. S. Sipila (Michigan State University)

•2:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m.  Ballroom B (1 BACB Type-II CEU)
Symposium: Basic and Applied Evaluations in Behavioral Gerontology with Older Adults with Neurocognitive Disorder.

 

Chair: Haley C. Hughes (Western Michigan University)

 

Stimulus Control and Extinction with Older Adults with Neurocognitive Disorder: A Basic Research Study. Jordan D. Bailey (Western Michigan University), Sandra Garcia (Western Michigan University), Jonathan C. Baker (Western Michigan University)

 

Reinforcer Identification Form: A Tool to Identify Preferred Stimuli for Older Adults with Neurocognitive Disorder. Andrea Perez (Western Michigan University), Jonathan C. Baker (Western Michigan University)

 

Promoting Activity Engagement in Older Adults. Sydney Bulock (Western Michigan University), Jonathan C. Baker (Western Michigan University)

•2:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m.  Auditorium

Multi-Paper Session: Intervention Issues

 

Using Video Modeling to Teach Typical Adolescents to Interact Socially with Peers with ASD. Mari MacFarland (Saginaw Valley State University), Josh Plavnick (Michigan State University)

 

Reducing Flopping During Transition: Exploring a Practitioner-Friendly Research Model. Kohei Togashi (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

Workshops

Thursday 1:00 p.m. - 3:50 p.m. 304  (3 BACB Type-II CEUs , Ethics)

3-Hour Workshop:  Acting Out: Learning BACB Ethics and Problem Solving Strategies Through Interactive Team-Based Learning. R. Wayne Fuqua (Western Michigan University)

Friday 12:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m. 304
3-Hour Workshop: How to Build a Customized Behavior Support Plan Template Using Microsoft Word. Cody Morris (Western Michigan University), Nathan VanderWeele (Western Michigan University)

 

** All participants must bring a Windows-Based PC computer with Microsoft Word. **

 

Posters

Friday 3:30 p.m - 5:00 pm

(Includes light food/refreshments)

 

Assessing the Effects of Concurrent Facial Imitation Training on an Echoic-to-Mand Procedure. Emily Goltz (Western Michigan University), Michael Tomak (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

An Assessment of the Value of Increasingly Generalized Tokens in a Paint-By-Number Activity. Haily Traxler (Western Michigan University), Anthony DeFulio (Western Michigan University)

 

Behavior Analysis Training System. Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University), Hannah Betz (Western Michigan University), Katarina Rotta (Western Michigan University)

 

Can I Help? Teaching Pro-Social Behaviors Through Video Modeling. Jacob Kobylarz (Judson Center), Jared Coffin (Judson Center), Alison Maloney (Judson Center), Melissa Wilson (Judson Center)

 

A Comparison of Prompting Methods for Teaching Receptive Identification. Kaylee Tomak (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

A Component Analysis of an Intervention to Reduce Food Stealing Behavior. Jessica J. Detrick (Western Michigan University), Cody A. Morris (Western Michigan University), Kelsey E. Webster (Western Michigan University), Stephanie M. Peterson (Western Michigan University)

 

A Descriptive Analysis of Drug Interaction Effects. Matthew Boss (Western Michigan University), Baylee Bancroft (Western Michigan University), Kelsey Webster (Western Michigan University), Cody Morris (Western Michigan University), Stephanie Peterson (Western Michigan University)

 

Echoic-to-Mand. Guadalupe Batlle (Western Michigan University), Michale Lee Tomak (Western Michigan University), Kaylee Tomak (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

The Effects of an Auditory Matching iPad App on Three Preschooler's Echoic and Listener Responses: A Systematic Replication. Clare Christe (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University), Emily Goltz (Western Michigan University)

 

The Effects of Using RIRD to a Silicone Accessory to Decrease Inappropriate Mouthing. Rosemary Brewer (Healing Haven), Julia Key (Healing Haven), Gabriella Tedesco (Healing Haven), Stephen Lyons (Healing Haven)

 

Effects of Video Model Training on Self Monitoring Behaviors. Amy Finkel-Nitschke (Judson Center), Brandon Gillespie (Judson Center), Sarah Brown (Judson Center), Sarah DeLand (Judson Center)

 

Evaluating Prompting Methods for Teaching Receptive Identification. Jazmyn S. Souryamat (Western Michigan University), Kaylee R. Tomak (Western Michigan University), Sofia F. Peters (Western Michigan University), Kelly T. Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

The Implementation of Universal Strategies to Improve Classroom Management in a Special Education Classroom. Delanie Lombardo (Western Michigan University), Kimberly Peck (Western Michigan University), Jessica Frieder (Western Michigan University)

 

Increasing Practicum Students' Reinforcement of Compliance Behaviors. Sruthi Rameshkumar (Western Michigan University), Jon Lawrence Micelli (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Increasing Rate and Variability of Vocalizations and Developing Echoic Stimulus Control. Lauren Bauer (Gateway Pediatric Therapy), Jesse Riojas (Gateway Pediatric Therapy), Christina Vestevich (Gateway Pediatric Therapy)

 

Increasing the Reinforcement of Compliance Behaviors By Practicum Students. Jonathan Miceli (Western Michigan University), Sruthi Rameshkumar (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Increasing Vocal Behavior and Establishing Echoic Stimulus Control in Children with Autism: A Systematic Replication. Heriberto Bobadilla (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Intraverbal Fluency: Decreasing Response Latency During Social Questions for School-Aged Learners with ASD. Katelyn Hannivan (Judson Center), Madison Malott (Judson Center), Shelley Liquia (Judson Center), Kelsey Murphy (Judson Center)

 

Investigating the Effects of a Partitioning “Nudge” in Multiple Stimulus Without Replacement Preference Assessments. Alexis L. Price (Central Michigan University, Central Autism Treatment Center), Amy W. Shaw (Central Michigan University, Central Autism Treatment Center), Daniel A. Moreno (Central Michigan University, Central Autism Treatment Center), Molly M. Conway (Central Michigan University, Central Autism Treatment Center), Seth W. Whiting (Central Michigan University, Central Autism Treatment Center)

 

Investigating the Efficacy of the PEAK-G Module to Generate Generalization of "Wh" Questions. Molly M. Conway (Central Michigan University, Central Autism Treatment Center), Seth W. Whiting (Central Michigan University, Central Autism Treatment Center)

 

Language Differences for Children with Autism Between Home and Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention Environments. Savannah Csokasy (Michigan State University), Greeshma Sanchula (Michigan State University), Sarah Avendano (Michigan State University)

 

Let's Get Engaged: Increasing Quality Staff Engagement. Emily Wilcox (Judson Center), Elise Hester (Judson Center), Ashley Pierson (Judson Center), Audrey Torma (Judson Center)

 

A Literature Review on Tact Instructional Methods for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Ariel C. Graham (Michigan State University), Savana M. Y. Bak (Michigan State University), Ana D. Duéas, (Michigan State University), Sarah M. Avendaó (Michigan State University), Ariel Graham (Michigan State University)

 

The Mediating Effect of Emotion Dysregulation on Attachment Anxiety and Borderline Personality Symptoms. Jessica Good (Western Michigan University), Dana Goetz (Western Michigan University), Amy Naugle (Western Michigan University)

 

Most-Least Within-Session Prompt Fading. Akrum Eidelsafy (Western Michigan University)

 

Parent-Child Group Intervention for Young Children with ASD. Costanza Colombi (University of Michigan), Angela Fish (University of Michigan), Angela Capuano (University of Michigan), Jessyca Judge (University of Michigan)

 

Recent Research on Activity Schedules with Children with Autism. Nicole Deel (Michigan State University), Kimberly Meister (Michigan State University), Matthew T. Brodhead (Michigan State University)

 

Receptive to Echoic to Tact Transfer Procedure. Sam Francis (Western Michigan University), Sofia Peters (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Reduction of Self-Injurious Behavior in a Preschool Age Child. Nikki Smilak (Western Michigan University), Jon Miceli (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler, (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Self-Monitoring as a Strategy to Increase Showering in an Individual Diagnosed with Schizophrenia. Patrick Wieszciecinski (Western Michigan University), Cody Morris (Western Michigan University), Alissa Conway (Western Michigan University), Stephanie Peterson (Western Michigan University)

 

Simple Reaction Time Task I: Insensitivity of Response Latency to Reinforcement Probability. Travis Herr (Central Michigan University), Erin Zdrojewski (Central Michigan University), Lillian L. Skiba-Thayer (Central Michigan University), Eric J. French (Central Michigan University), Mark P. Reilly (Central Michigan University)

 

Simple Reaction Time Task II: The Role of Inter-Trial Interval and Fixed-Ratio Contingencies. Lillian L. Skiba-Thayer (Central Michigan University), Eric J. French (Central Michigan University), Mark P. Reilly (Central Michigan University)

 

A Systematic Removal of Restrictive Procedures. Kelsey Webster (Western Michigan University), Cody A. Morris (Western Michigan University), Stephanie M. Peterson (Western Michigan University)

 

Teaching a Young Child to Request for Help Using an Icon. Lauren E. Davis (Western Michigan University), Alyssa Uher, MA (Western Michigan University), Kaylee R. Tomak (Western Michigan University), Kelly T. Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Teaching Children with Autism to Make Independent Requests Using Echoic-to-Mand. Michael Tomak (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Teaching Eye Contact Pre-Requisites with PEAK-DT to an Individual with a Limited Skill Repertoire. Amy W. Shaw (Central Michigan University, Central Autism Treatment Center), Molly M. Conway (Central Michigan University, Central Autism Treatment Center), Seth. W. Whiting (Central Michigan University, Central Autism Treatment Center)

 

Teaching Imitation Using Video Models and Least-to-Most Prompting. Corinne Kelley (Western Michigan University), Sofia Peters (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Teaching Instruction-Following with Objects to a Child with Autism. Sydney J. Bardelli (Western Michigan University), Sam Francis (Western Michigan University), Sofia F. Peters (Western Michigan University), Kelly T. Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Teaching Receptive Identification Using Picture Prompts. Laurel Jungblut (Western Michigan University), Megan Young (Western Michigan University), Kaylee Tomak, (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Toilet Training in Half the Time: An Effective Protocol for Early Learners with ASD. Sarah Sorenson (Judson Center), Shelley Liquia (Judson Center), Kelsey Murphy (Judson Center)

 

The Use of Conditional Probability Data to Inform the Functional Analysis and Treatment of Problem Behavior. Daphne Snyder (Western Michigan University), Cody Morris (Western Michigan University), Kelsey Webster (Western Michigan University), Stephanie Peterson (Western Michigan University)

 

Using a Lag-X Schedule of Reinforcement to Increase Variability of Mands for Social Information. Daniel A. Moreno (Central Michigan University, Central Autism Treatment Center), Seth W. Whiting (Central Michigan University, Central Autism Treatment Center)

 

Using a Progressive Variable-Ratio Schedule to Increase Lunch Consumption of and Fade Out Reinforcement for a Four-Year-Old Child. Megan Marie Harper (Western Michigan University), Jonathan Miceli (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Using a Tablet for More than Just Leisure: Training Listener Responding with Video Modeling. Chelsey Harmon (Judson Center), Jared Coffin (Judson Center), Alison Maloney (Judson Center), Melissa Wilson (Judson Center)

 

Using an Activity Schedule to Increase Successful Transitions. Alyssa M. Uher (Western Michigan University), Kohei Togashi (Western Michigan University), Kaylee R. Tomak (Western Michigan University), Kelly T. Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Using an Echoic-to-Mand Procedure to Establish an Echoic Repertoire in a Preschool Child with Autism. Sarah Bradtke (Western Michigan University), Michael Tomak (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Using Demand Fading to Reduce Self-Injurious Behavior. Kristianna Ferrier (Western Michigan University), Kaylee Tomak (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan university), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Using Natural Environment Teaching to Teach Skills to a Child With Autism. Brooklynn Greene (Western Michigan University), Jonathan Miceli (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Using Pivotal Response Training to Teach Social Interactions with Peers. Lauren Parzianello (Judson Center), Jared Coffin (Judson Center)

 

Using Transfer Trials to Teach Imitation. Megan Young (Western Michigan University), Kaylee Tomak (Western Michigan University), Kelly Kohler (Western Michigan University), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Using Video Modeling to Teach Imitation to Children with Autism. Sofia F. Peters (Western Michigan University), Corinne I. Kelley (Western Michigan University), Sarah A. Bradtke (Western Michigan University), Kelly T. Kohler (Western Michigan UNiversity), Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

 

Utilizing an Objective Formal Assessment Tool to Measure Staff Behavior. Christa Shurter (Judson Center), Sarah Gulino (Judson Center)

 

Utilizing an Objective Formal Assessment Tool to Measure Staff Performance. Sarah Gulino (Judson Center), Dana Milliman (Judson Center)

 

You're Promoted! Evaluating the Outcomes of a Job-Related Social Skills Group for Young Adults Diagnosed with ASD. Rachel A. Popp, (Western Michigan University), Kayla J. Jenssen (Western Michigan University), Jessica E. Frieder (Western Michigan University)

 

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