Posts in Behavior Analysis
The Behavior Bank: Saving You Time & Helping Your Clients Grow Exponentially

Face it - there's just not enough time to review all the data and research when helping your clients. We totally understand. That's why there's so many people asking for suggestions, whether it's on social platforms (e.g., facebook, twitter), emails or phone calls to colleagues and mentors, etc. The Behavior Bank team is here to help you identify the best solution for your client, based on their data, and all of the relevant data out there. Sounds crazy right?

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Personal Skill Development

There isn't a particular tool or application that you need to understand these three things about your personal performance goals. The form couple even be pen and paper (I actually still hand chart data sets that are really interesting to me, as they force me to be more in touch with the data set). But here are a few that I'm currently into

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Everything is a #Ad

Most of the rules that forums enforce are based on the form of the behavior itself. If it includes things that “look” like ads, well, then it’s not allowed. But what about function? Isn’t that the basis of behavioral science? That behavior has a bi-directional effect on the environment and that interaction (not just the form) is where the understanding lies?

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The Days are Better when we Stick Together: A Plea for Collaboration

The spirit of the Next Gen Revolution Summit is one of collaboration. Part behavioral science, part entrepreneurship, the purpose is to blur the line between fields and show the impressive power of applied work with collaborative elements. This simple, constructive, and underutilized show of collaboration is an important demonstration of behavior science paired with established fields of practice.

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Make that Connection

After some 500 days of reading or thinking about someone’s words, you sort of feel like you’ve gotten to know them. I had never spoken to Steve. I had never met him. I have never heard him speak at a conference. I had never taken a class from him. However, his trail of writings in various books, articles, blogs, and listserv posts made him a daily part of my life, all without him knowing it.

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