Overview and Scope

   
 
State of the art basic and translational research as well as applied research studies will be presented by national and international leaders in the field in the format of oral presentations and workshops on the theme of Behavioral Research and Treatment of Autistic Behavior. The presentations will focus on behavioral, educational and biological aspects of autism. Considering altogether research and treatment of autistic behavior, the following exciting and critical topics will be addressed:
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication for autism spectrum disorders: a review of an emerging practice
  • Distúrbios no engajamento afetivo como possível sinal precoce de risco de autismo
  • Ensino informatizado para crianças com atraso no desenvolvimento da linguagem
  • Improving joint attention abilities in children with autism
  • Autistic risk in babies: Possibilities of a Behavioral Assessment
  • The role of naming on the emergence of abstract responding
  • Observing Response and the Operant Aspects of Attention
  • Some contributions of the choice paradigm in the work of people with intellectual disabilities
  • Genetics of Autism: Current Views
  • The Effects of Stimulus Class Formation and Sign Imitation on the Emergence of Signed Tacts and Reading
  • Using behavioral economic procedures to analyze and increase effectiveness of token economies
  • A model for Autism Spectrum Disorders using human neurons
  • Functional Analysis Approaches to Behavioral Assessment
  • The role of common motor responses in stimulus categorization by preschool children
  • Research on Verbal Behavior and its Clinical Applications
  • Provincial publicly-funded ABA preschool program in Manitoba, Canada
  • From the Lab to the Living Room - Basics in the Application of Behavior Analysis
  • Noncompliance and Oppositional Behavior inChildren and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Assessment of Basic Learning Abilities: Recent Research and a Tutorial
  • What Practices are Best When Teaching Children with Autism?
  • Evaluating Common Variations in Prompting and Data Collection Methods
  • The Identification and Instantiation of Verbal Behavior Developmental Cusps and Capabilities Resulting in Accelerated .
  • Learning, Social Learning, and Acquisition of Social Reinforcers in Children With Autism
  • Derived relations in children with autism
  • The Role of Problem Solving in Teaching Complex Verbal Repertoires
  • The Assessment of Basic Learning Abilities (ABLA): Implications and Recent Advances for the Assessment of Children with Autism.
  • Designing and Evaluating Technology-Based Behavioral Interventions for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Verbal behavior capabilities as the core curriculum for an effective behavior-analysis based intervention for people with autism
  • An overview of computer-based interventions to teach communication skills to children with autism spectrum disorders
  • Examining the influence of motivating operations in the assessment and support of children with autism spectrum disorders
  • Evidence based treatment for individuals with autism: Behavioral strategies for assessment, goal selection, and teaching
  • Componentes de um programa residencial para crianças diagnosticadas com Autismo: necessidade de uma equipe multi-disciplinar
  • Teaching Children with Autism Using Video Modeling
  • Examining the evidence for comprehensive ABA-based intervention for young children with autism
  • Delivering a comprehensive ABA-based educational model for children with autism in a mainstream school setting
  • Reinforcer identification for individuals with autism and related disorders
  • Using Photographic Activity Schedules to Promote Independence in Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities
  • Strategies for Promoting Spontaneous Language in Children with Autism and Related Disorders
   
   
   
   
   
     
 
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