Reward and Consent
Blogging for ethical uses of Applied Behavior Analysis with no coercion or commandment of anyone, especially autistics and others with disabilities, and for positive reinforcement of people with more power who do the right thing, a constructive version of what B.F. Skinner called "counter-control."
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I write this web log on the ethics of behavior analysis. It stresses positive reinforcement of one's self, of people with disabilities, and of people with more power.My Interest and Viewpoint Toward Behavior Analysis I sell no ads or products and have received no compensation for any of my writing or editing work, except for the Individualized Education Programs I wrote as a teacher of special education. I don't want any money because I wish to remain independent of any potential conflict of […]
The Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB) recently issued a special September ethics edition of its newsletter (BACB, September, 2014). It announced their new Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts, version September 10, 2014 (BACB, August, 2014) which will bind all BACB "certificants and registrants" to their new rules on its effective date, January 1, 2016.Their Guidelines for Responsible Conduct (BACB, 2013) and their Disciplinary and Ethical Standards […]
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