List of logical fallacies: https://utminers.utep.edu/omwilliamson/ENGL1311/fallacies.htm
The man, the myth, the legend Dr. Merrill Winston joins the podcast today to tease apart the meaning of neurodivergence, the implications of blanket terms with vaguely defined principles, and implementation of punishment in a compassionate, humorous, and easy-on-the-ears fashion. We may not be able to rely on others to hold concern for us, but we can rely on ourselves to handle the difficulties we inevitably encounter.
Dr. Winston and Leah Fennema Hall, M.S., BCBA, discuss how Behavior Analysts can do a better job of marketing themselves and some impediments faced.
Dr. Winston reveals how many behavior plans miss the mark when it comes a variety of factors that can adversely affect clinical outcomes. Dr. Winston chats with Matt Cicoria and several of his guests about some of the hallmarks of a good behavior plan and some of the red flags for bad ones.
Dr. Winston breaks down mass shootings in a way that outlines the necessary and sufficient conditions to create a mass shooter and yes, guns play a role, yet guns alone cannot produce this outcome and a vague "mental illness" whipping boy sheds no light either.
Dr. Winston answers questions submitted by Matt’s many listeners and dispels the myths about restraints and discusses both their responsible and irresponsible/dangerous use.
Dr. Winston and Andy Swartfigure, M.S., BCBA, explore the use of prompts, when they are more likely to be needed, but more importantly; how they must be recognised and how they can be faded through appropriate reinforcement.
The field of Applied Behaviour Analysis can provide profound changes to the world of behavior change, habit-building, and more. QCABA organized a pre-conference discussion with Dr. Winston on a variety of topics within Applied Behavior Analysis. Topics range from confrontation seeking, antecedent interventions, consulting to organizations, and the values that drive his practice.
Dr. Winston and the QCABA group discuss some of the more important points about the use of antecedent manipulations when working with persons with special needs.