Association for Behavior Analysis International

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36th Annual Convention; San Antonio, TX; 2010

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Panel #78
Fred S. Keller Is One Hundred and Eleven Years Old
Saturday, May 29, 2010
3:30 PM–4:50 PM
216A (CC)
Domain: Service Delivery
Chair: Sherman Yen (Asian American Anti-Smoking Foundation)
RICHARD COOK (The Pennsylvania State University)
DEBORAH KITE (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology)
ALLISON Y. LORD (Tobacco Outreach Technology)
MARTHA PELAEZ (Florida International University)
Abstract: This is an annual event where Fred's colleagues (hopefully more to come), students (still many), friends (more than many), and the new generations of Behavior Analysts who have not met him can share a funny side of this "Giant". This is beyond PSI and his other achievements, but a warm reunion where Sherman will provide tea, a funny side of Fred will be shared, and a DVD entitled "Fred Keller is Still With Us" will be distributed as a memorial. Since his death, this annual event is very significant to both old and new generations, where Fred still provides us with unique inspiration and reinforcement. The organizer is in the strong belief that this event would be extremely valuable for those people who have never met him.



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