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Technology marches on... We live in a world where technology impacts nearly every aspect of our daily life, and that statement is very apparent among the population of people with special needs. From video modeling and internet-based curriculum to data collection and reinforcement, the individuals we serve are exposed to technology more so than ever.

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Science and/or Practice: Is it Important?

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The title of this obviously is not a question that we hear in medicine or engineering. So why is that question ever heard in practice settings of psychologists, teachers, or behavior analysts?

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  • Angela Bishop, BCBA
    Angela Bishop, BCBA says #
    Great post, it makes me realize how hard we have to work to make sure that we are taking a scientific approach in all aspects of o
  • Dr. Randall, BCBA-D
    Dr. Randall, BCBA-D says #
    Don, I cannot express how much I appreciate this post. I am a scientist practitioner, thats what UNT trained me to be! I will not
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