Instructor: Ennio Cipani
Ennio Cipani is a full professor at National University. Prior to his current position (2015), he served a faculty role at the California School of Professional Psychology in the child clinical emphasis. Before that position, he was a faculty member in the Department of Special Education at the University of the Pacific. He graduated from Florida State University with a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology. He has written many articles, chapters and books on behavior management, including Punishment on Trial and Triumphs in Early Autism Treatment (Springer Publishing), and Functional Behavioral Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment (with Keven Schock at Springer Publishing). He currently is a licensed psychologist in California, working with teachers and families who require behavioral consultation to manage their children.
Classes by this instructor
PUNISHMENT CONTINGENCIES IN FUNCTIONAL TREATMENT - BEHP1053 Explores the claim that an analysis of behavioral function would do away with punishment contingencies. Reviews behavioral function via a function-based classification system. Examines how the client's ecosystem can affect the ability to carry out extinction with behaviors that are socially mediated, as well as direct contingencies. Presents research of relevance to the understanding of punishment and its properties.May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021, CourseWebs
A BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS OF PERSISTENT ERROR PATTERNS - BEHP1070 Consists of a three-hour workshop that elucidates possible reasons for error patterns during simple and conditional discrimination training programs. Covers during part one the basic empirical research depicting the behavioral phenomenon of stimulus over-selectivity (restricted stimulus control) found in persons with autism and other disabilities.May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021, CourseWebs