Posts in ABA
The Making of a Great Ballerina: Why the Russians Are Still the Best

This method of teaching was developed by Agrippina Vaganova, which focuses on a fusion between French and Italian methods, and is composed of a very detailed systematic approach that can be explained through a behavior analytic framework as a shaping procedure, often utilizing something along the lines of a changing criterion design (Cooper, Heron, Heward, 2007).

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Opinion, ABA, BalletMelissa Engasser
Applied Behavior Analysis: A Counterculture of Progression

Are behavior analyst willing to do the work?Are they willing to go stand up to those who may oppose them, or are they willing to step up and own their losses? Are they willing to put in the work to show the world what our science truly can accomplish? I’m not sure about you, but I’m excited to give it a shot and take the journey with anyone that is willing to come on board...

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