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Behaviour Analysis and Learning

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Also see the Educational and Instructional Psychology list for additional behaviour analysis links.


ABA Resources for Recovery from Autism/PDD/Hyperlexia
Father of a boy recovering from autism has assembled an impressive list of behaviour-analysis resources.
ABCD-Analysis: Practical Application Exercise for Paraprofessionals
An on-line course in "Performance Management".
Animal Perception Links
This site provides links to a number of articles concerning animal perception.
Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
Includes information about journals, special interest groups, and ABCT membership.
Authors Cooperative
Publishing company markets several books on topics associated with behaviour analysis.
B.F. Skinner Foundation
Site is dedicated to educating people about B.F. Skinner's contributions to psychology. It includes a brief overview of operant conditioning, a self instructional program about the analysis of behaviour, and a list of Skinner's publications.
Behavior Analysis Home Page at the University of South Florida
Includes a resources list, graduate program links, and an e-mail directory.
Behaviorists for Social Responsibility
Special-interest group of the Association for Behavior Analysis seeks to promote social justice and human rights.
Behaviourism: The Early Years
Article provides a history of the development of behaviourism.
Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies
Organization seeks to promote the application of behaviour analysis to education and other fields.
Celeration Technologies
Dr. Joseph Parsons' company uses this page to market ThinkFast, fluency-building software (DOS or Windows) for use in precision-teaching applications; contains a downloadable demo, an excellent discussion of the foundations of the fluency-building approach and a very good glossary of terms that will aid the uninitiated in understanding the vocabulary of precision teaching.
Center for Autism and Related Disorders
Center applies Lovaas' techniques to autistic children; has a brief section defining behaviour modification.
Conversations with Neil's Brain
A web book about "the neural nature of thought and learning.".
John Broadus Watson and Psychology From the Standpoint of a Behaviorist
This article discusses the life of John Watson and the impact his theories had in the development of psychology.
Los Horcones
Wonderful home page of the Mexican commune that is based on behavioral principles; extensive pages, in both Spanish and English, include many photos, and interesting descriptions of life at the commune, and thoughtful philosophical reflections.
Memory: A Contribution to Experimental Psychology
This article is about Ebbinghaus' famous experiment about memory and learning.
Northwestern Association for Behavior Analysis
This active regional association has an annual conference and a well-constructed web site.
Organizational Behavior Management Network
The Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) Network exists to support the growth and vitality of Organizational Behavior Management. The site contains articles and information on the science of applying behavior analysis to business to improve organizational performance and safety.
Psychological Self-Help - Methods for Changing Behavior
Psychological Self-Help is an online book concerned with the nature and practical use of psychological self-help methods; Chapter 11, linked here, covers several behaviour change methods, including antecedent and consequent techniques.
Southeastern Behavior Analysis Center
Describes staff, labs and behaviour analysis research underway at Jacksonville State University.
Systematic Desensitization
Site provides a guide to self-administer systematic desensitization.
The Misbehavior of Organisms
Article discusses the Brelands' experiences with instinctive drift.
Theoretical Roots of Early Behaviorism
Article discusses "functionalism, the critique of introspection, and the nature and evolution of consciousness."

Classical and Operant Conditioning

Important Scientists in the Early Development of Comparative Cognition
This site provides information about Darwin, Romanes, Morgan, Thorndike, Pavlov, Kohler, Lorenz, Skinner, and the theories they developed.
Learning and Behaviour Modification
Site discusses the use of reward and punishment in learning, the disadvantages of using punishment, and the implications of learning theories.
Learning by Observation
Site provides videos of a chimpanzee learning by observation.
Operant Conditioning
Site provides an online demonstration which lets you train a fuzzy creature to run or dance by using reinforcement and punishment.
The Adaptive Mind
This site has modules and demonstrations about operant conditioning and learning by observation.
ePsych
Site provides a number of unique tutorials and demonstrations that focus on various functions of the brain including sensation and perception, cognition, transmission of neural impulses, and learning.

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