Association for Behavior Analysis International

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36th Annual Convention; San Antonio, TX; 2010

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Panel #398
Professional Development Series: Translation of Behavioral Momentum and Resurgence Theories to Differential Reinforcement Programs
Monday, May 31, 2010
10:30 AM–11:50 AM
Bonham B (Grand Hyatt)
Area: TPC; Domain: Theory
Chair: Jeffrey R. Luke (University of Iowa)
GREGORY A. LIEVING (Kennedy Krieger Institute)
HENRY S. ROANE (SUNY, Upstate Medical University)
TIMOTHY A. SHAHAN (Utah State University)
CAROL ANN DAVIS (University of Washington)
Abstract: Behavioral momentum and resurgence theories are often discussed within the basic literature. Applied settings often differ in several ways from those employed in laboratory research on behavioral momentum or resurgence, and the methods and findings of basic research may not be relevant to applied settings. This panel will discuss the translational nature of the theories of behavioral momentum and resurgence and attempt to offer applied examples of their utility.



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