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The Department of Applied Behavioral Analysis Speaker Series: “The Role of Joint Control in Listener Responses & Generative Responding”
October 22, 2017 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm CDT
The Department of Applied Behavior Analysis Speaker Series presents:
“The Role of Joint Control in Listener Responses & Generative Responding”
Joint control is “the effect of two discriminative stimuli acting jointly to exert stimulus control over a common response topography” (Lowenkron, 1998, pp. 328-329). In other words, a verbal response can be emitted simultaneously under two distinct sources of stimulus control. This presentation will discuss research on the role of joint control in the development of generative responding, such as the role of joint control when teaching manded selection responses and in the acquisition of foreign language.
*Offering 2 CEUs for BCBAs at no cost*
Presenter: Dr. Joyce C. Tu, Ed.D., BCBA-D is the Director of Clinical Services and co- founder for Center for Behavioral Sciences, Inc. She has served as Association Program Coordinator for the International Society for Behaviorology Conference, and as President of California Association for Behavior Analysis Board of Directors. Currently, she also serves as Vice-President for the B. F. Skinner Foundation.