A review of Behavioral Foundations of Effective Autism Treatment
Behavior Analysis in Practice
Behavior analysts must base their practices on both the conceptual foundations and the validated technologies of our field. In recognition of these important facets of effective practice, Mayville and Mulick (2011) have produced an edited book aimed at “developing the conceptually sound and procedurally innovative behavior analysts that are so badly needed” (p. x) within the burgeoning field of autism treatment. We summarize the content of this book and evaluate its utility to practitioners working with people with autism spectrum disorders.
Karsten, A. M.,
Conde, K. A.,
Donnelly, M. G.,
Stocco, C. S.,
A review of Behavioral Foundations of Effective Autism Treatment.
Behavior Analysis in Practice, 5(1), 47–52.