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We have just finished an extensive renovation on our old house, so we have just returned to normal routines. I began university studying philosophy, and soon, I discovered a particular interest for empirically-oriented philosophers of science.

I liked logical positivism, and I was concerned with the logical structures of science. Later, I was introduced to behavior analysis and started reading about radical behaviorism and Skinner s work. Parallel to this, I worked part time in a group home, and was able to see how some of my coworkers used behavioral principles and techniques to teach adults with disabilities to get dressed, to ask for favorite foods or activities, and so on.

I thought it was wonderful to discover behavioral modification techniques based on the foundations and principles of a philosophy and rooted in empirical evidence.

What is your favorite book or article by skinner? I have several favorite books, but I use About Behaviorism a lot in my teaching. In this book, I discover something new all the time. I like this quote from Walden Two: It is a mistake to suppose that the whole issue is how to free man.

The issue is to improve the way in which he is controlled.

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Why, in your opinion, is skinner relevant? Norway is one of the European countries where behavior analysis has a stronghold, especially in applied settings. Our association was founded in , and today it counts to 1, members, which is comparatively numerous, considering that Norway s population is just under five million. You cannot study behavior analysis at Monica in the national costume at the Day of Constitution celebration on May 17th.

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Fortunately, you can learn about behavior analysis at some of the University Colleges, for example in Oslo or Ostfold. Oslo and Akershus University College has developed both a master s and a Ph. I think the future looks quite bright. Why that one?

I have not done so many yet, but so far, I enjoyed the interview I just had with Professor Arne Brekstad, which will appear in a future issue. Brekstad has been tremendously important for the development and growth of behavior analysis in Norway. I try to spend time with my family, and I love to immerse myself in a light but compelling book. If not, it is always some work to be done around the house, especially outdoors during the summer. I enjoy working in the garden.

What do you like about it, and why people should visit? Norway is vast and sparsely populated, and the mainland spans the same distance as from New York to Miami.

In my opinion, the main attractions in Norway are the landscape and nature. It is quite expensive in Norway, and people are not that easy to get in touch with. Norwegians may be entrapped and dismissive until you get to know them. Norway is well organized and has much to offer if you have the time. I like the four different seasons although I would like the summer to last a bit longer.

Sometimes I forget to appreciate how lucky we are in this country. No unemployment, a great welfare system, low poverty, little corruption. High taxes, but it is worth it.

Mickey Keenan is Professor of Behaviour Analysis at Ulster University where he teaches behaviour analysis to undergraduate psychology students. He was instrumental in laying the foundations for the master s course in Applied Behaviour Analysis ABA at the university after he established the first charity in Ireland whose mission was to promote ABA for the treatment of autism.

He has campaigned tirelessly for the rights of children to have access to ABA in Ireland and throughout Europe. It was virgin territory when I began my studies at Ulster University. Julian Leslie was the animal guy at Coleraine, and between him, Leo Baker from Trinity College Dublin, and a couple of other academics from the Republic, a group was formed called Behaviour Analysis in Ireland.

It created a platform for postgraduates to present their work, which was mostly basic experimental work. Apart from this activity, there wasn t anything else happening. This is an organisation that visits people s homes and works directly with parents, teaching them about ABA with extremely limited resources; for a number of years we had only one ABA professional.

We have done this work whilst trying to stay afloat in the midst of prejudice against ABA as well as living during problems arising from the political conflict in Northern Ireland. This has resulted in each of the universities in Northern Ireland now offering master s level training in ABA. After all these years though, we still don t have an ABA school for children with autism. This fact is evidence of the obstacles we face.

But we will get there! What are your thoughts on the current status of behavior analysis in europe? As a whole, the European Association for Behaviour Analysis is going from strength to strength. But progress is still patchy and that makes it difficult to have a bigger impact that members would like.

Language differences between countries is a huge obstacle, but colleagues are working tirelessly to catch up with developments elsewhere in the world. For some years, I asked myself the same question. Given the difficulties we have in Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom in 12 OPERANTS 13 profile general, I thought how much more difficult it must be for colleagues in other countries to reach out to people when most of the material they have for teaching is written in English.

I embarked on a project to address this problem in relation to autism. The project was called Science and the Treatment of Autism: A Multimedia Package for Parents and Professionals Much to my surprise, we got the funding, and over the course of the next two years, we updated the early version and translated it. As part of the grant proposal, I asked for money so that free copies could be distributed within each country.

My thinking on this point was very simple, let s flood the communities with information on ABA so that parents can have information on how to help their children. I thought this might also be a way to garner support from parents who wished to see changes in access to treatment based on ABA in their own countries.

After this initial funding, I started another application, and again to my surprise, we were successful. This time the translations were in Italian, Icelandic, Dutch, and Swedish. Following workshops in basic principles of behaviour in Portugal, the parents who invited me also obtained funding for a Portuguese version of Simple Steps.

The online program is currently available at a reasonable cost with the usual sorts of teething difficulties for such a complex undertaking. Adopt a behaviour analyst, that s the short answer. Seriously though, currently many professionals already help colleagues in Europe through the great relations they the heart of the problem that needs to be addressed is the misinformation on aba that drives government policy in many countries.

Also, some organisations in the USA offer opportunities for placements in their departments. The New England Center for Children, for example, offers placements for students in our master s course.

When the students return, they are bulging with confidence in their behaviour speak and skills. The problem, of course, is that nobody wants to employ them when they return.

This is the same for most countries. The heart of the problem that needs to be addressed is the misinformation on ABA that drives government policy in many countries. Whilst there may not be much available in terms of training in behaviour analysis in some countries, when ABA is covered it is usually misrepresented either as something that died out years ago, or in the case of autism, it is viewed as something that is very cruel in its treatment of children.

To complicate matters, I have learned that some colleagues from the USA are insensitive to cultural differences in other countries and come primarily with dollar signs in their eyes because they see opportunities for making money.

This has been an important lesson for me to realise that behaviour analysts can sometimes fall prey to putting tokens in the form of pieces of paper and bits of metal i. To really help colleagues in another country, I would urge people to discuss the problems they can address together initially; think functional assessment.

Conferences can be costly because of translation issues, but I think that they are essential and that they work best when video clips are shown of ABA in action. At a meeting I had only two weeks ago with a local politician, she asked me, What does this ABA look like?

Fortunately, I was able to show something to give her a feeling for the reason I was asking her to help. It is time consuming to work with others in a different country, so I would advise you not to start unless you are keen to make a change for that country.

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At the very least, if you have the resources, then visit colleagues in other countries, but do so without charging a fee. They may have money to cover your flights and accommodation, but that may be all.

Another issue that our discipline should address is OPERANTS 13 14 profile the absence of a basic laboratory manual that guides teachers in the delivery of practical classes. Put yourself in the shoes of someone trying to teach about schedules of reinforcement, stimulus equivalence, avoidance, etc.

Where does this teacher turn to in order to make the topics interesting for this audience? Bear in mind that any answer to these questions must be based on an understanding of the damaging effects of misrepresentation of behaviour analysis that undoubtedly exists in other countries. There there are many wonderful teachers out there who have a few gambits up their sleeves when it comes to adapting teaching strategies that take into consideration the backgrounds of their students. Let s have a repository to store them so others can experiment with them.

We can take this suggestion further when it comes to sharing examples of good practice. I think the existence of a database of video clips of good practice would be invaluable for teachers preparing students for the BACB exams.

Also, with more and more animal labs closing down I think there is an urgent need to get most of the basic principles on video. Every dollar you add on top of the minimum price is a charitable donation that will be used to keep B. Skinner s books in print, convert more works into e-book formats, provide free access to more and more articles, photographs, videos and other archival material through our website, and to produce Operants.

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Skinner Foundation by shopping at smile. While I was looking for a job as a machine teacher, I heard the word autism and was instantly intrigued. The very next day, I started working in the field of autism in public special education schools, special education and rehabilitation centers, sensory integration therapy centers and life centers.

That was eleven years ago. I went on to complete my master s degree at Istanbul Commerce University in the department of Applied Psychology. Parin: I was born in Istanbul. I received my bachelor s degree from Istanbul University Faculty of Economics studying to be an accountant.

I worked in finance and accounting for 17 years. Garbis Yakupyan. The Center is not just a job for me, this is my life because I'm a mother of a child with autism. Working with a supervisor is very rare in our country because we don t have many behavior analysts here. We also work with two education coordinators, one of whom is a psychologist and the other one is receiving a master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis with a specialization in autism at Anadolu University.

This gave us a great opportunity to receive training and supervision with experienced professionals in the field of ABA. Children in our center receive between 20 and hours of instruction in ABA per week. Before ABA, we didn t use such detailed evaluation tools.

Parin: I can say that in our center, we have combined both technical and emotional sides of service. Since I have a child with autism I can understand how mothers feel and can relate to their emotional needs.

Moreover, we also participate by presenting our research at conferences such as the National Special Education Conference, Child and Adolescent Neurology Conference, and International Autism Conference.

What is the relationship between your studies and aba? Selim: I think when you search for the existing autism interventions, no matter in which country you live, it is inevitable to choose ABA.

Parin: First of all, since there is no age limit, ABA is applicable for everyone. It is based on data so that when the teachers start to work with a child, they know what to do by making data-based decisions. Teacher can address different skills or behaviors at the same time. The goal of ABA is to replace negative behavior with positive behavior. The most important thing about ABA is that it is based on reinforcements that make children happy.

If the children feel happy when they are practicing the target behavior, they will practice that behavior more. That is why ABA is so effective for children with autism. All these positive aspects of ABA directed us to use it in our center. What do you think about current situation of aba in turkey? Everybody thinks that they are using ABA even if they are not. Only a few people in our country use real ABA. That is why people think ABA and behaviorism consist of only reinforcement and punishment.

Because of incorrect implementation, people think ABA is mechanical.

The first school for children with autism using ABA was established in When I was in my master s program at the department of psychology, I read about Skinner s philosophy but nothing very in-depth. In Turkey behaviorism is known and used mostly in special education not in psychology departments. Clinical evaluation of the effectiveness of sensory integrative and perceptual motor therapy in improving sensory integrative function in children with learning disabilities.

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