Instructor: Alison Betz

Alison Betz
Biography:
Ph.D.

Dr. Alison Betz is an associate professor in the School of Behavior Analysis at Florida Institute of Technology. She earned her Ph.D. from Utah State University and completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the Munroe-Meyer Institute at University of Nebraska Medical Center. She has taught a variety of courses throughout her career, including Single Subject Research Methodology, Assessment and Treatment of Severe Behavior, Introduction to Organizational Behavior Management (OBM), Advanced OBM, Complex Human Behavior and Verbal Behavior. Dr. Betz's research and clinical work are primarily focused in the areas of evaluating efficient teaching procedures for individuals with autism and the assessment and treatment of severe behavior and conditioned reinforcement. Dr. Betz has published book chapters in the areas of functional analysis, applied behavior analysis and autism along with numerous peer-reviewed publications in prestigious behavioral journals. She also serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, Behavioral Interventions and The Analysis of Verbal Behavior.


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Innovative Applications of Behavior Analysis

INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS OF BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS - PDP0592 Identify areas where behavior analysis could make a difference and explore ways to overcome obstacles and accelerate the acceptance of our approach. Learn ways which the human operant laboratory may be used as a proving ground for the evaluation of behavioral interventions. Find out how Information technology represents an excellent medium to deliver contingencies of reinforcement to change behavior. How does Internet with contingency management promote smoking cessation and other health-related behavior.

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May 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021, CourseWebs