Overview & Objectives

In this on demand CEU, we review Charlop et  al., 2000 and Leaf et al., 2016 and their implications in clinical practice. 

Participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the interventions used in each study
  • Describe the findings of each study
  • Determine the impact to practice

Course curriculum

  • 1

    In Vivo vs. Video Modeling

    • Charlop

    • ASRs

  • 2

    Transferring Preference

    • Leaf et al., 2016

    • Leaf et al. 2

    • ASR

  • 3

    Takeaways for Clinical Practice

    • My thoughts

  • 4

    Evaluation

    • Feedback

Let's review some research!

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Instructor

Founder/Executive Director/BCBA

Christen Russell

I am the Founder and Executive Director of ABC. As a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, my clinical experience focuses on quality assurance, compliance, clinical support, business development and growth. I also work closely with leadership and management divisions on compliance, training and delivery of sound, ethical and effective behavioral supports to achieve client goals. I have established and assisted with the startup, and/or growth and development of four agencies providing ABA services. I have consulted with health care agencies, providing services to 100s of staff, including BCBAs, BCaBAs, RBTs, executive, administrative, clinical and operations staff. I am a guest lecturer at Rutgers University Graduate School of Social Work, presenting on the principles and procedures of ABA. As an ACE coordinator, I have created over 40 continuing education events. I have provided consultation to teachers, parents, business owners and staff. I sit on a Peer Review Committee and am a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Association for Professional Behavior Analysts and the OBM Network. I am pursuing my Doctorate degree in Applied Behavior Analysis at Endicott College. I have my Master of Science in Psychology with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis. With a focus on supervision, staffing, recruitment, training, strategic planning, and working in the field for over 22 years, I have a broad spectrum of clinical expertise.