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Getting More for Free: Derived & Generative Instruction in Clinical Practice

January 22 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm PST

 

Getting More for Free: Derived & Generative Instruction in Clinical Practice

Saturday, January 22, 2022

1:00-3:00 pm PST

Location: Zoom

RSVP: https://tcsedsystem.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_r30UtBErSUmv1ve9X3h_xQ

This course provides 2.0 CEUs for BCBAs

This course is free and open to all, space may be limited

Stimulus equivalence is a type of derived responding in which training some stimulus-stimulus relations results in the emergence of untrained and nonreinforced stimulus-stimulus relations. Generative responding is the rearrangement of existing behavioral repertoires into new repertoires without direct training. For example, in recombinative generalization, responses to stimulus combinations targeted during training are recombined in novel ways. This can occur through matrix training, in which targets are specifically arranged in a matrix to promote efficient instruction. Multiple studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of EBI and matrix training in producing novel responses. This presentation will review these topics and provide strategies to incorporate EBI and recombinative generalization procedures in the applied setting.

Presented By:

Jennifer Beers, PhD, BCBA-D

Dr. Jennifer Beers is the Associate Department Chair of the ABA programs at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Southern California. Dr. Beers has more than 20 years of experience working in home-, school-, and community-based programs for children diagnosed with autism. Dr. Beers’ interests are in the areas of verbal behavior, stimulus equivalence and relational frame theory (RFT), skill acquisition programming, and teaching behavior analysis. She is passionate about teaching and developing strong behavior analysts to further the field.

Harjot Heer, PhD, BCBA-D

Dr. Harjot Heer received her Ph.D. in Psychology with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Her research has focused on the use of low-tech applications to teach early academic skills to young children using the stimulus equivalence paradigm and recombinative generalization procedures. Dr. Heer has experience providing behavior analytic services in the home, hospital, clinic, and school settings. She is currently working with San Jose Unified School District.

Details

Date:
January 22
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm PST
Website:
https://tcsedsystem.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_r30UtBErSUmv1ve9X3h_xQ

Venue

Zoom