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Rethink Webinar: Teaching Multiply Controlled Intraverbal Behavior

November 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Rethink is hosting a webinar on Teaching Multiply Controlled Intraverbal Behavior.

Summary of Webinar:

The analysis of multiple control in the intraverbal relation is critical for moving individuals with autism and related language delays towards naturalistic conversational repertoires.

Two repertoires within this topic are responding verbally under the control of multiple verbal stimuli and answering questions about visual stimuli.

Join our next webinar, Teaching Multiply Controlled Intraverbal Behavior, as we provide definitions, examples, and research addressing these repertoires. These interventions are discussed in terms of overselectivity, differential observing responses, echoics, and autoclitic frames.

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Our presenter is Judah B. Axe, PhD, BCBA-D, LABA and Associate Professor at Simmons University. A graduate from The Ohio State University, Dr. Axe is currently an Associate Professor of Behavior Analysis at Simmons University in Boston, MA, where he teaches in the on-ground and online master’s programs, as well as the Ph.D. program, in Behavior Analysis. He conducts research with students with autism and related disabilities in the areas of verbal behavior, social skills, and challenging behavior. Dr. Axe serves on the editorial boards of five behavior analytic journals and has served in leadership roles for the Association for Behavior Analysis International, the Verbal Behavior Special Interest Group, and the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies.

This live webinar will be held this Thursday, November 19th at 1pm EDT, we hope to you see there!

There is no cost to attend and the presentation will be sent to registrants while Rethink customers can access the recording following the presentation. This webinar is not eligible for CEUs.

Details

Date:
November 19
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Website:
https://go.rethinkfirst.com/mc-intraverbal

Organizer

Rethink Behavioral Health