ABA and Gambling

Gambling is, for most of us, a fun, enjoyable activity. We enjoy a “little flutter” every now-and again. Scratchcards, lottery tickets, sports and casino games are all types of gambling that many of may enjoy regularly or less frequently. With the development of technology, it becomes easier to gamble and now you don’t even need …

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May edition

Welcome to the May edition of Busy Analytical Bee, This month we have explored echoics in the main article. I have also celebrated the career of the incredible Barbara Esch, who is a Speech Pathologist and Behaviour Analyst. She has had a great impact in bringing these two fields together. We also have some amazing …

April Edition

Welcome to the April Edition! In this edition we take a look at Prader-Willi and the associated behaviours that relate to food. We also celebrate the career of Linda LeBlanc BCBA-D, a fantastic Behaviour Analyst. There is a Natural Environment Teaching activity which is perfect for outdoors as the weather gets warmer using chalks! The …

Treasure hunts

As Easter approaches I wanted to share with you one of my favourite Natural Environment Teaching (NET) activities. I love treasure hunt activities because it's perfect for incorporating so many skills and it's so fun, your child/children won't even realise they are learning! It's perfect all year round, but there's no better time to do …

March edition

Welcome to the March edition -> Open the March Edition <- In this edition we review approaches to supporting reading skills. We also celebrate the career of Patrick McGreevy, look at Premack Principle in the terminology section and Kinect Sand as a Natural Environment Teaching activity. There is also events, study tips and some product suggestions. Unfortunately …

February Edition

Welcome to the February edition -> Open the February Edition   <- In this edition we review the reinforcement schedules, the career of Ivan Pavlov in the People who inspire Us section and Group contingencies in the terminology section. There is also a review of 'Guess Who' in the NET ideas, and a wish list of products …