Tristram H. Smith – The Longest Journey
You must have a printed version of the book: Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Discovery and Service in order to take this course. You may purchase this book from The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies Bookstore.
Read Chapter 2 in Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Discovery and Service, paying close attention to the learning objectives. When you complete the chapter, log in to take the corresponding competency quiz to receive your certificate.
- Discuss how Lovaas intended that discrete trial training be implemented for children with autism, and how discrete trial training differs now.
- Discuss UCLA’s Young Autism Project, it’s relevance in the field of ABA/Intervention for individuals with ASD, overall outcomes, and two examples of individual participant outcomes.
- Describe what, according to Smith, was an unfortunate result of the growth in behavior analysis following the favorable reports on early intensive behavioral intervention.