Apr 13
EIBI, ASD & the Forward March of Behavior Anal...

EIBI, ASD & the Forward March of Behavior Anal...

Presented by UAB School of Public Health and Glenwood Autism & Behavioral Health Center at UAB Hill Student Center

This lecture, presented by Patrick C. Friman, PhD of Boys Town & the University of Nebraska Medical Center, aims to enable participants to describe (1) the fundamental attribution error & its relevance to behavior analysis, (2) the core idea in behavior analysis, & (3) why the core idea in behavior analysis is superior to more popular ideas about behavior (especially problem behavior). For more information about the lecture or about the continuing education credits available for either attending the lecture, viewing it live-streamed online, or viewing it archived online, contact Julie McDougal at jmcdouga@uab.edu or 205-975-0531.

Admission Info

Free admission. Open to the public. Please pre-register by emailing jmcdouga@uab.edu. Contact Julie McDougal for more information by emailing jmcdouga@uab.edu or calling 205-975-0531.

Phone: 205-975-0531

Email: jmcdouga@uab.edu

Dates & Times

2018/04/13 - 2018/04/13

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This live, in-person lecture will also be live streamed on the UAB School of Public Health’s YouTube channel. It will also be professionally recorded and edited for archiving on the UAB School of Public Health’s YouTube channel. Continuing education credits are available for social workers, nurses, public health professionals, and behavior analysts.

Location Info

UAB Hill Student Center

1400 University Blvd Birmingham, AL 35233, Birmingham, AL 35233

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