Episode 32 - SLEEEEP!!! w/ Dr. Sandy Jin

Everyone sleeps.  Some of us, not so well.  So we spend this week's episode talking about how to assess and treat sleep problems and considerations relevant to helping families implement these treatments without having nightmares about BCBAs!  And, thanks to Jackie's amazing stalking abilities, we're joined by Dr. Sandy Jin to discuss her research into the matter.  We're also joined by Rob, who has more sleep training than the average pediatrician, Diana, who can answer the popular children's question, "When is God's birthday?", and Jackie, who'll be sharing the results of her husband's participation with bedtime pass research.  This podcast provides the equivalent of eight hours of delightful dreams.

Articles discussed this episode:

Friman, P.C., Hoff, K.E., Schnoes, C., Freeman, K.A., Woods, D.W., & Blum, N.  (1999).  The bedtime pass: An approach to bedtime crying and leaving the room.  Archive of Pediatric and Adolescent Medecine, 153, 1027-1029.  doi:10.1001/archpedi.153.10.1027

Jin, C.S., Hanley, G.P, & Beaulieu, L.  (2013).  An individualized and comprehensive approach to treating sleep problems in young children.  Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 46, 161-180.  doi: 10.1002/jaba.16

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Episode 28 - FCT

SPOILER WARNING! 

FCT is superior to many other treatments.  If you want to know which treatments, you'll have to go 5 rounds with Diabolical Dr. D in the ring, suffer through Rob's snooty New England anecdotes, and share your favorite foods to eat while reading journal articles with Jackie.  Only then will you have the joy of hearing a discussion about Carr and Durand and the epic Tale of FCR.  And you won't even need to use an FCR response (or should that be FC response?) to witness the heartwarming return of the lag schedule.  This podcast is like EZ tasks 100, folks!

Articles discussed this episode:

Carr, E.G. & Durand, V.M.  (1985).  Reducing behavior problems through functional communication training.  Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 18, 111-126.  doi: 10.1901/jaba.1985.18-111

Reeve, C.E. & Carr, E.G.  (2000).  Prevention of severe behavior problems in children with developmental disorders.  Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 2, 144-160.  doi: 10.11777/109830070000200303

Adami, S., Falcomata, T.S., Muething, C.S., & Hoffman, K.  (2017).  An evaluation of lag schedules of reinforcemetn during functional communication training: Effects of varied mand responding and challenging behavior.  Behavior Analysis in Practice doi:10.1007/s40617-017-0179-7

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