There are so many beautifully written text books, peer reviewed journals, evidenced based protocols, scientific literature, and funding source specific manuals that outline our science and practice as behavior analysts.
This is not that book.
We are a group of experienced behavior analysts that asked ourselves the question, “if you passed your board exam today, what would you tell your newly certified self?”
There are the things we did not learn in class or from a book, like how to justify medically necessary treatment for a learner receiving services or how to problem solve those challenging interpersonal relationships that come with working on a team.
Behavior Foundations is 31 chapters that cover a range of behavior analytic topics that serve as a "survival guide" of sorts for behavior analysts. Whether you are newly certified or have years of experience, this book provides valuable insight and practical advice on how to improve your behavior analytic repertoire. Written by practitioners for practitioners, Behavior Foundations may serve as the survival guide we all wish we had from the start.
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