BALC 3rd Annual Workshops and Conference 2019

BALC 3rd Annual Workshops and Conference 2019

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Call for Papers!

Submission deadline: December 14, 2018

E-mail Submissions to Solandy Forte

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BALC welcomes symposium and panel discussion submissions for its 2019 Annual Conference to be held on Friday, March 29, 2019, at the Omni Hotel in New Haven, Connecticut.
 
Submissions should be relevant to the practice of Applied Behavior Analysis and particular topics of interest include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Organizational Behavior
Management, behavioral medicine, behavioral economics, and novel approaches to treatment.
 
Our committee will assist individuals who submit single papers and are looking to collaborate with members of the behavioral analytic community to present on a topic of interest.

Guidelines for Submission:

A symposium will include oral presentations of three applied or research papers on a behavior analytic topic with a discussant. Each symposium will run for 75 minutes. Please submit the following information:

  1. Chair (submitting author) – name, affiliation, address, email, and phone number
  2. Author names and affiliations for each presentation
  3. Title(s) – required for each presentation and the overall symposium
  4. Abstract(s) (no more than 150 words) with a description of the topic – required for each presentation and the overall symposium
  5. Three learning objectives
  6. Proposed CE instructor’s name, certificate number, and curriculum vitae

A panel discussion will include oral commentary from each panelist on a relevant behavioral analytic topic. Panels may consist of 3 to 4 individuals. Each panel will run for 50 minutes. Please submit the following information:

  1. Chair (submitting author) – name, affiliation, address, email, and phone number
  2. Name and affiliation for each panelist
  3. Title – required for panel discussion
  4. Abstract (no more than 150 words) with a description of the topic for the panel discussion
  5. Three learning objectives
  6. Proposed CE instructor’s name, certificate number, and curriculum vitae

CE Instructor:

All instructors of Type 2 CE events must have ONE of the following qualifications:

  1. Is a BCBA or BCBA-D in good standing; or
  2. Holds a doctorate and meets either the coursework or college teaching option for fulfilling BCBA eligibility requirements; or
  3. Has completed all requirements for a doctorate except the dissertation, meets the coursework option for BCBA eligibility, and has completed graduate coursework or has published research in the subject matter on which Type 2 CE instruction is provided.
An individual who does not meet one of the instructor criteria may serve as a co-instructor under the direct, in-person supervision of a fully qualified instructor.

Call for Papers Committee Members

Solandy Forte; David Kuhn; Cresse Morrell; Angela Luca

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