Instructor: Vincent Carbone

Vincent Carbone
Biography:

Ed.D., BCBA-D

Dr. Vincent J. Carbone is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral (BCBA-D) with over 35 years' of experience designing learning environments for persons with autism and development disabilities. He received his graduate training in applied behavior analysis (ABA) at Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa. He is currently adjunct faculty at Penn State University and a visiting professor in the Behavioral Education doctoral program at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts.

His behavior-analytic research has been published in several peer-reviewed journals, including The Analysis of Verbal Behavior and Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities; a paper he authored was recently recommended for publication in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.

Dr. Carbone currently serves on the editorial review board of several peer-reviewed scientific journals. He has provided preparatory training and clinical consultation to hundreds of certified behavior analysts in several states. He is the director of a center-based clinic for children with autism just north of New York City in Rockland County, New York. The clinic provides consultation, training and therapeutic services to children, families and their instructional teams. He and his clinic staff are currently working with several school districts, agencies and families throughout the United States and overseas.


Classes by this instructor


The Role of the Transitive Conditioned Motivating Operation

THE ROLE OF THE TRANSITIVE CONDITIONED MOTIVATING OPERATION - BEHP1056 Includes a discussion of a behavioral analysis of motivation and the role it plays in teaching language and social skills. Uses video clips of teaching methods for children with autism to illustrate and supplement the discussion.

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July 1, 2021 to August 30, 2022, CourseWebs
The Role of the Conditioned Motivating Operation (CMO-R)

THE ROLE OF THE CONDITIONED MOTIVATING OPERATION (CMO-R) - BEHP1057 Presents antecedent-based instructional modifications to reduce escape and avoidance behavior during instruction. Offers a conceptually systematic analysis of instructional methods as a tool for improving effective teaching. Provides video illustrations of application of the concepts.

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July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022, CourseWebs
Increasing the Vocal Verbal Behavior of Children with Autism

INCREASING THE VOCAL VERBAL BEHAVIOR OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM - BEHP1058 Provides an overview of the behavior analytic methods shown to increase vocal production in some children with autism. Presents experimental data and published reports in support of the methods discussed. Also presents video demonstrations and case studies as illustrations of implementation in clinical settings.

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July 1, 2021 to August 30, 2022, CourseWebs
Increasing the Length of Utterance in Children with Autism

INCREASING THE LENGTH OF UTTERANCE IN CHILDREN WITH AUTISM - BEHP1059 Presents B.F. Skinner's natural science approach to analyzing the development of grammar and morphosyntactic structures. Offers a guide through discussion, data presentation and video illustration for teaching these skills to children who don't typically acquire them.

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July 1, 2021 to August 30, 2022, Canvas 2