Fictional Explanations of Autistic Behavior

Lee Mason, PhD, BCBA-D, presents ‘Fictional Explanations of Autistic Behavior.’ During this Clarity Child Guidance Center community presentation, Dr. Mason discusses autism as a contingency-shaped disorder of verbal behavior.

This 5-part series helps viewers to:

  • Define autism as a verbal behavior
  • Identify explanatory fictions
  • Identify characteristics of behavior analytic intervention

Clarity Child Guidance Center hosted this community presentation on February 14, 2014.

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