Join us for the 

31st Annual Conference

New York State Association for Behavior Analysis!

October 22-23, 2020

*Virtual Format​*

Registration is now OPEN!

Registration information is here

Conference Schedule

 

 


 

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Keynote:

What Does Intervention Look Like in Mott Haven? Social Justice, Cultural Responsiveness and Behavior Analysis

Shahla Ala'i

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Keynote:

Recommended Practices for Supervising and Mentoring Aspiring Behavior Analysts

Linda LeBlanc

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Invited Speaker:

Have it Your Way: Preference for Single Outcomes and Event Sequences

John Borrero

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Invited Speaker:

The Return of Individualized Curricula 

Anthony Cammilleri

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Invited Speaker:

Addressing Obesity in Kids & Adults through Family Based Approach

Stephen Cook

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Invited Speaker:

Delivering Culturally Sound and High-Quality Behavior Analytic Services When Working with an Interpreter

Art Dowdy

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Invited Speaker:

Minimizing escalation in practical functional assessments and skill-based treatments by treating dangerous problem behavior within an “Enhanced Choice Model”

Adithyan Rajaraman

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Invited Speaker:

A BCBA's Role in Advocating for Students under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

Tracey Walsh

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ABOUT NYSABA


The New York State Association for Behavior Analysis Inc. (NYSABA) is the state chapter of the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI), an international organization devoted to the study of the experimental analysis of behavior.

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The New York State Association for Behavior Analysis is proud to be an Affiliate Chapter of the Association for Behavior Analysis International and the Association for Professional Behavior Analysts