Full Links located at: https://thedailyba.com/tce
0:01:30 Hosts and Guests (Matt and Anita!) Introductions and Backgrounds in EAB!
0:02:25 Check out Matt's lab at SCU
0:03:10 Check out Michael Dougher's contributions and publications
0:03:57 Check out Al Poling's contributions and publications
0:04:00 Check out the journal Behavior Analysis: Research and Practice
0:04:30 Topic Change: What is EAB?
0:04:45 Question for listeners: Have you ever worked with animals?
0:07:00 For an example of Tony Nevin's publications on behavioral momentum check out The Analysis of Behavioral Momentum (1983)
0:07:00 For an example of Tony Nevin's publications on behavioral momentum check out The Momentum of Compliance (1996)
0:08:10 Topic Change: Where is EAB's current and future focus?
0:09:20 Check out the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
0:10:20 Check out Peter Killeen's contributions and publications
0:11:47 Check out Timberlake and Allison's (1974) Response Deprivation: An Empirical Approach to Instrumental Performance
0:14:30 Topic Shift: How does EAB benefit practitioners?
0:20:45 Topic Shift: The methodology of EAB, ABA, and Contextualism
0:21:20 **Dimitri's friend and scorpion work**
0:25:55 Topic Change: The current status of funding in EAB
0:27:05 Check out Matthew Bell's (2018) Winter is Coming to the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
0:28:45 Check out B. F. Skinner's contributions and publications
0:28:45 Check out Skinner's (1959) Cumulative Record
0:30:35 Check out the Society for the Quantitative Analyses of Behavior (SQAB)
0:30:40 Check out the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI)
0:30:55 Topic Shift: EAB, Neuroscience, and Interdisciplinary Research
0:31:30 Check out Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst by Robert Sapolsky
0:35:35 Check out Skinner's (1961) The Flight From the Laboratory
0:37:42 For more information on adjunctive behavior check out Killeen and Pellón's (2013) Adjunctive Behaviors are Operants
0:37:42 For more information on adjunctive behavior check out Foster's (1978) Adjunctive Behavior: An Under-Reported Phenomenon in Applied Behavior Analysis?
0:37:50 Check out Brian Iwata's contributions and publications
0:38:20 Check out the National Institute of Health (NIH)
0:38:20 Check out the National Science Foundation (NSF)
0:39:45 Check out Jarmolowicz's (2018) EAB is Fine, Thanks for Asking
0:40:00 Check out Adam Fox's (2018) The Future is Upon Us
0:41:30 Topic Change: What is the role of Universities and other Organizations?
0:44:10 Check out BACB Certificant Data and Growth
0:45:30 Check out Division 25 (Behavior Analysis) of APA
0:46:10 Topic Shift: Is the identity of a Behavior Analyst changing?
0:49:25 Question for listeners: What are the metrics/measures of a successful field? Tell us in the comments!
0:49:50 Check out Ogden Lindsley's contributions and publications
0:55:45 Call to listeners: Don't be afraid to submit a paper, poster, talk to a conference/journal!
0:56:33 Check out Jonathan Tarbox's contributions and publications
0:56:35 Check out the journal Behavior Analysis in Practice
0:57:15 Topic Change: Is it too effortful for the practitioner to conduct research?
CONTINUED AT https://thedailyba.com/tce
0:01:44 Introduce Merrill Winston - Check out TCE's previous episode with Merrill
0:01:47 Introduce Jim Moore - Check out The Daily BA's video The Field Didn't Change... The Profession Didn't Change... I Changed w/ Jim Moore
0:01:50 Topic: Pliance, Tracking, Rule-Governed Behavior and how this relates to Authority and Power
0:02:05 For additional reading on Pliance and Tracking check out Hayes & Wilson (1993) Some applied implications of a contemporary behavior-analytic account of verbal events
0:02:05 For additional reading on Pliance and Tracking check out Rule-governed behavior: Cognition, contingencies, and instructional control by Steven Hayes
0:02:05 For additional reading on Pliance and Tracking check out Kissi et al. (2017) A systematic review of pliance, tracking, and augmenting
0:03:15 Check out Jordan Belisle's research contributions and publications
0:08:30 Topic Change: How Pliance has affected the divide between academia and practitioners
0:09:40 Check out David Barlow's research contributions and publications
0:12:35 Check out the BACB's stats on the number of practitioners obtaining certification since 1999
0:17:55 Topic Change: Merrill and Jim talk about sources of bias based on individual preferences and rules
0:19:55 Check out Starting Strength's website for further information on Mark Rippetoe
0:26:25 Check out Finding the philosophical core: A review of Stephen C. Pepper's World Hypotheses: A Study in Evidence by Steve Hayes, Linda Hayes, and Hayne Reese (1988)
0:28:00 Check out Brian Iwata's research contributions and publications
0:28:05 Check out Mark Durand's research contributions and publications
0:34:30 Check out The Daily BA's video I Didn't Know Her Circumstances with Pat Friman
0:37:10 Check out the Firing Line with William F. Buckley Jr.: The Case Against Freedom with B. F. Skinner
0:38:25 Check out Skinner's Verbal Behavior (1957)
0:40:08 Check out Skinner's About Behaviorism (1976)
0:41:35 Check out a list of Skinner's contributions and publications
0:41:40 Check out Steven Hayes' contributions and publications
0:43:38 Check out Timothy Vollmer's contributions and publications
0:44:35 Check out Reinforcement magnitude and the inhibiting effect of reinforcement by Jack Michael (1979)
0:44:50 Check out William Baum's contributions and publications
0:51:08 For additional reading on Green's Adjusting-Amount and Adjusting-Delay Procedures check out Do adjusting-amount and adjusting-delay procedures produce equivalent estimates of subjective value in pigeons? by Green et al. (2007)
1:05:10 Check out Rob Wolff's website for further information
1:06:13 For additional information on the future of behavioral science and evolutionary science check out the video Evolution and Contextual Behavioral Science Dialogue Between the Editors
1:06:40 For an example of Skinner's early work reflecting on biogenetics check out The phylogeny and ontogeny of behavior
1:08:10 Topic Change: The importance of collaborating within behavior analysis and with other sciences in order to move forward
1:10:05 Check out Mark Dixon's contributions and publications
1:10:20 Check out The Daily BA's video Threats to Behavior Analysis w/ Hank Schlinger
1:13:25 Check out Skinner's Beyond Freedom and Dignity
1:18:15 For more information on PEAK check out their website: https://www.peak2aba.com/
1:22:05 Check out the winners of the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1949
Links for Today
0:02:57 Topic: The differences between new and experienced BCBA's
0:06:02 Check out the Daily BA's video on Behavior Analysis’s Communication Problem
0:06:27 Topic Change: Everyone's role in disseminating good/bad and right/wrong information
0:12:57 Check out one of the Daily BA's videos with T. V. Joe Layng
0:13:27 Check out the Daily BA's video with Jim Moore
0:13:27 Check out TCE's episode with Merrill Winston
0:21:12 For additional reading on the comparison of the spread of disease and misinformation on social media check out "Ideas spread like disease: Let’s treat them with the same caution" published by Nick Enfield on The Guardian's website
0:24:32 Check out TCE's upcoming episode with Merrill Winston and Jim Moore
0:25:52 Check out this video interview with Joe Rogan, Peter Boghossian and James Lindsay for more information about the hoax papers project
0:29:32 Topic Change: The dark side of behavior analysis
0:29:32 Check out the trailer for The Great Hack (2019)
0:35:02 Check out TCE's episode "Everybody Lies… Including Behavior Analysts!" with Kathy Fox
0:42:42 Call to action: Get informed!
0:46:57 Dimitri's Flat Earth Society Update
Links for Today
0:03:07 Kathy, Ryan, and Dimitri discuss "Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are" by Seth Stephens-Davidowitz
0:03:32 Check out the Ted Talk: "The Secrets in Our Google Searches" with Seth Stephens-Davidowitz
0:15:32 Check out the Convergence Conference (CHATT Con) hosted annually in Seattle
0:15:32 For some extra reading on AI and Psychotherapy check out Luis de Mello and Alves de Souza's (2019) theoretical piece "Psychotherapy and Artificial Intelligence: A Proposal for Alignment"
0:19:57 Topic Change: The importance of our privacy vs. our free access to social media
0:27:02 Check out Marques Brownlee on Youtube
0:29:22 Topic Change: Could big data lead to the extinction of behavior analysts?
0:29:57 Check out Koenig's (1971) summary of Ogden Lindsley's Behavior Bank - "The Behavior Bank: A System for Sharing Precise Information"
0:30:12 Mentioned: Skinner's article in Time Magazine (1971) - "We Can't Afford Freedom"
0:31:12 Check out OpenAI.com
0:32:12 Check out the Daily BA's video on Neuralink
0:41:02 Check out AnswersNow
0:43:07 Topic Change: Can we, and do we want to stop technology advancements like AI?
0:46:12 Check out Shane Dawson and his video "The Return of Eugenia Cooney"
0:48:12 Check out Microsoft's $1B investment into open AI
0:54:07 Topic Change: Should advancements in this technology affect policy change?
0:56:27 Check out the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) survey results
1:07:57 Topic Change: Group privacy vs. Individual privacy
1:09:07 For some extra reading on Facebook studies and informed consent check out Flick's (2016) article "Informed consent and the Facebook emotional manipulation study"
In this episode, RYANO and Dimitri reflect on a recent episode of the Behavioral Observations Podcast w/ Matt Cicoria on The Illusion of Work/Life Balance. Thanks for inspiring us Matt, Jonathan, and Kristen!
0:02:24 Check Out: The Behavioral Observations Podcast
0:02:29 Check Out: The Daily BA's Video on Work-Life Balance
0:09:14 Topic Change: RYANO's Experience and Advice for Balancing Life, Work, and Personal Values
0:12:14 Topic Change: Is there such a thing as work-life balance?
0:14:14 Topic Change: Value Directed Behavior and Competing Values
0:17:29 Check Out: Jordan Harry's Ted Talk How To Read a Book a Day
0:19:54 Check Out: Matthew Norman's We're All Damaged
0:22:14 Topic Change: Preventing Burnout
0:24:19 Topic Change: Time Wasting Behavior
0:26:59 Topic Change: Flat Earth Society Check-In
0:29:14 Call to Action: Audit you Life and Create a Weekly Time Budget (168hr), Share your Tips and Tricks with Us!
In this episode, RYANO and Dimitri ask some questions about the process for identifying Subject Matter Experts in Behavior Analysis.
Links for Today
0:02:14 Topic: Subject Matter Experts (SMEs)
0:17:14 Check Out: The BACB's process on SME
2:17:14 Topic Change: The Gap between Academics and Practitioners
5:02:14 Topic Change: Subspecializations and the Certification Process
5:52:14 Check Out: The BACB's videos on Subspecialty Areas in Behavior Analysis
14:47:14 Topic Change: Gaining Subject Matter Expertise and being Deemed an SME
22:17:14 Call to Action: Learn, Discuss, and Share the info you have on SME!
*Amazon links are affiliate links. No other links are affiliates unless disclosed in parentheses next to the link.
In this episode, Dimitri and Ryan discuss their personal experiences at ABAI and dive into a conversation about privilege and the culture in behavior analysis. Key Timestamps:
0:02:35 Topic Change: Dimitri's ABAI Reflections
0:03:20 Topic Change: Should BCBA's Avoid Controversial Discussions?
0:08:36 Check Out: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by Mark Manson
0:14:55 Topic Change: Ryan's ABAI Reflections
0:17:35 Check Out: The Daily BA's Hank Schlinger Video
0:19:55 Topic Change: Operationally Defining Privilege and Privilege in Behavior Analysis
0:22:15 For more information on Dimitri's examples Check Out: Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Harari
0:31:35 Call to Listeners to Join this Discussion on Culture and Privilege
Support this effort through www.patreon.com/thedailyba
In this episode, RYANO and Dimitri go raw and uncensored with a Facebook Live audience to talk about honesty in science, their favorite toilet paper, conference in behavior analysis, neurodiversity and more! Make sure to call in using the anchor app -> https://anchor.fm/thecontroversialexchange
In this episode, RYANO and Dimitri welcome on Carl Binder to talk about accomplishment based performance and the field of behavior analysis.
0:00:00 - Introduction to the Episode!
0:01:37 Topic Change: Carl Binder's Introduction
0:01:58 Check Out Walden Two by B. F. Skinner
0:08:17 Check Out the Six Boxes Model
0:09:25 Topic Change: Accomplishment Based Learning Explained
0:10:10 Check Out The Eden Conspiracy: Educating for Accomplished Citizenship by Joe Harless
0:22:40 Topic Change: The Performance Chain and Outcomes/Outputs Explained
0:30:25 Topic Change: Variables Involved in Improving and Maintaining Human Performance
0:49:20 Topic Change: Money and Values in the field of ABA, Education, and Organizations
0:53:45 Check Out Integrating Organizational-Cultural Values With Performance Management by Carl Binder
0:57:50 Check Out Some Current Dimensions of Applied Behavior Analysis by Baer, Wolf, and Risley
0:59:20 Check Out The Right to Effective Education by Barett et al.
1:00:50 Check Out Behaviorism and Ethics by Vargas and Krapfl
1:15:15 Check Out the CHATTCon Conference coming up in July 2019
1:17:10 Check Out the Standard Celeration Society
1:18:40 Check Out Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Harari
1:21:10 Topic Change: Listener Questions about Fluency
1:31:15 Topic Change: Binder's Advice to Aspiring Entrepeneurs
1:34:17 Check Out Fit Learning
1:38:25 Check Out the Next Gen Revolution Summit coming up in 2019
1:40:35 Check Out The Blue Ocean Strategy by Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne
1:42:20 Check Out The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It by Michael Gerber
Support this podcast through www.patreon.com/thedailyba
In this episode, RYANO and Dimitri welcome on Tina Patterson to talk about mental health and the field of behavior analysis.
Timestamps Today (FULL LINKS FOR ALL HERE)
0:00:00 Topic: Mental Health and Autism
0:03:04 Check out: SAMHSA (The Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration)
0:05:09 Topic Change: The History and Current Status of ABA and Mental Health
0:05:52 Check out: The CDC report and statistics on Children and Mental Health
0:08:49 Check out: Why Behavior Analysts Should Study Emotion: The Example of Anxiety by Pat Friman, Steven Hayes, and Kelly Wilson
0:12:24 Check out: The research from the Center for the Developing Child at Harvard University
0:13:09 Check out: Relationship of Childhood Abuse and Household Dysfunction to Many of the Leading Causes of Death in Adults. The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study by Felitti et al.
0:13:54 Check out: Neuroanatomy for Students of Behavioral Disorders by Ronald Green and Robyn Ostrander
0:14:09 Check out: Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst by Robert Sapolsky
0:14:24 Topic Change: Trauma, Psychiatric Disorders, and the Competence required to Treat
0:14:39 Check out: A sample quiz to get your ACEs score
0:14:44 Check out: A List of published study's related to ACE, chronic illness, and more
0:28:06 Check out: the Adverse Childhood Experiences Scale (ACEs)
0:29:02 Mentioned again: Relationship of Childhood Abuse and Household Dysfunction to Many of the Leading Causes of Death in Adults. The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study by Felitti et al.
0:30:19 Check out: Information on the IISCA0:31:59
Mentioned again: The research from the Center for the Developing Child at Harvard University
0:32:14 Check out: NIH Child and Adolescent Mental Health
0:32:49 Check out: Psychological and Psychosocial Impairment in Preschoolers With Selective Eating by Zucker et al.
0:32:54 Topic Change: Medication and Treatment
0:35:39 Check out: Johns Hopkins Pharmacogenomic Testing
0:35:39 Check out: Mayo Clinic Drug-Gene Pharmacogenomics
0:42:19 Topic Change: Open-Ended Education, Resources, and Dissemination
0:44:44 Check out: https://practicalfunctionalassessment.com/
0:48:44 Check out: "Clinician with a Mission" on Facebook
0:50:24 Topic Change: Training and Educating Practitioners and the BACB Task List
0:50:29 "Check out the following bullets on the BACB Task List: G-02: Consider biological/medical variables that may be affecting the client.
G-05: Describe and explain behavior, including private events, in behavior-analytic (non- mentalistic) terms.
G-07: Practice within one’s limits of professional competence in applied behavior analysis, and obtain consultation, supervision, and training, or make referrals as necessary."
0:54:12 Check out: Icing on the Cake: The Role of Research in Practitioner Training by Joshua Pritchard and Byron Wine
1:04:04 Matthew P. Normand and Carolynn S. Kohn Article
1:05:39 Topic Change: OBM, Entrepreneurship, and Financial Freedom
1:08:09 Check out: The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It by Michael Gerber
1:23:34 Check out: Walden Two by B. F. Skinner
Support this effort through www.patreon.com/thedailyba
0:00:00 Introduction & How to Support
0:03:21 Topic Change - Coming up: The current state of EAB
0:07:14 Check out Episode 004 with Merrill Winston
0:14:10 "The Blue Books" by Israel Goldiamond
0:17:53 Topic Change - The market of Behavior Analysis and OBM
0:21:25 Check out these works by William Abernathy (one) and (two)
0:23:55 Check out the FIT OBM Certificate Program
0:24:00 Check out Carl Binder's Six Boxes Model
0:28:23 Topic Change - Dimitri and Ryan's advice on gaining experience in the field
0:42:10 Topic Change - Back to OBM, ABA, and Behavior Analysis
0:49:25 Topic Change - Coming up: Panel at ABAI about scientific communication
0:57:40 Topic Change - Coming up: The Behavior Analyst's Guide to Junk Science
0:59:00 "The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark" by Carl Sagan - Chapter: "The Balogna Detection Kit"
0:59:40 "Controversial Therapies in Autism and Intellectual Disabilities" by Richard Foxx and James Mulick
0:59:50 Check out Why We Do What We Do Episode 100
1:00:15 Topic Change - Self-Management, Mindfulness, and Meditation
1:05:00 "Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst" by Robert Sapolski
1:05:05 "Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love & Wisdom" by Rick Hanson, Alan Jones, and Richard Mendius
1:11:05 "Making Sense of Spirituality" by Steven Hayes
1:13:10 Topic Change - Coming Up: ABAI Practical Functional Analysis Symposium
1:15:25 Check out "IISCA Hanley Fisher Debate"
1:15:35 Check out Iwata's "Functional Analysis of Problem Behavior"
1:16:35 Topic Change - The importance of controversial conversations
1:21:25 Check out - Self-Care & Behavior Analysis (w/ Shane Spiker)
0:02:08 Topic - Merrill and his background
0:03:35 Topic Change - "Professionalism" and "Ethical Bullying"
0:09:49 Check Out: The disabled children locked up in cages By Chloe Hadjimatheou BBC World Service
0:10:33 Topic Change - Punishment Contingencies and "Pisser-Offer" Contingencies
0:14:20 Topic Change - Ethics and Levels of Right and Wrong
0:17:25 Check Out: Our Episode on Narrative
0:21:20 Topic Change - Rule-Governed Behavior and Automatic Thinking in Professionalism
0:25:50 Topic Change - Doctoral Programs
0:26:36 Topic Change - Addressing Listener's Questions
0:27:20 Listener Topic - "A Good Look for the Field"
0:30:05 Listener Topic - The Skinner Box Video
0:32:40 Listener Topic - Personal Aversion and Organizational and Cultural Factors
0:43:00 Topic Change - Ethical Guidelines for BCBAs and Other Fields
0:56:30 Check Out: Signs of Damage by Jack Michael
0:59:20 Check Out: Adventures In Special Education: A Practitioner's Guidebook to Understanding and Treating Problem Behaviors in Schools By Merrill Winston
1:02:15 Topic Change - Joining the Conversation (on Social Media) and Advice on Speaking Up
1:02:25 Check Out: Confessions of a Behavior Analyst Group on Facebook
1:15:35 Coming Soon! Live Q&A with Ryan, Dimitri, and Merril (GET NOTIFICATIONS!)
What to Expect
In this episode, RYANO and Dimitri talk about some of their perspectives on how narratives and science mesh, with an ending on some self-management practices.
Remember you can call in, ask questions, or provide your own commentary. All you have to do is download the free anchor app and call in: https://anchor.fm/thecontroversialexchange
0:45 Ryan's welcome message begins
2:07 Dimitri chimes in for first time
8:42 Introduce Book "Houston We Have a Narrative" by Randy Olsen
13:48 Introduce Logic Book "Beginning Logic" by E. J. Lemon
15:18 Ryan begins to point out examples of narrative to listeners
17:08 Dimitri explains what he thinks Narrative is about
21:48 Ryan explains grad school perception
24:53 Golddiamond Blue Books brief spin-off
34:28 Talk about experience of going to conferences, cost, and networking
39:13 Started talking about research, academia, and entrepeneurship
45:55 Discuss David Goggins (Check out his Book)
52:58 Quantifiedself.com mentioned
57:40 Discussion around Self-Management Routines is Introduced
1:05:10 Mentioned book "Steal Like an Artist" by Austin Kleon
1:08:39 Ryan mentions feeling inspired to make a video about self-management
1:15:28 Gary Vee's "5 Minute Plea to Do" Video Mentioned
1:17:45 Book by Viktor Frankl "Man's Search for Meaning" introduced
1:24:44 Introduce "Let Me Hear Your Voice" by Catherine Maurice
1:25:30 Brief pause then summary of feelings of the episode
1:25:56 Discussion about plans, Ryan going to see Randy Olsen, workshops
1:26:35 Introduce "The Hero with a Thousand Faces" by Joseph Campbell
1:26:59 Ryan chimes in with Wrap Up (comment, like, review, etc.)
1:27:43 Fun Fact and Patreon
1:29:35 Disclaimer Read
Support and Advertisement: https://www.patreon.com/thedailyba
#002 - Do Behavior Analysts Deserve to Branch Outisde Autism? This week we welcome on Miranda Marie Drake to talk about our history of autism treatment and whether our profession "deserves" to branch outside autism.
Links for Today:
TCE on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecontroversialexchange/
TCE on Twitter: https://twitter.com/controversialex
He Will Not Divide Us Capture the Flag: https://youtu.be/W6uGP8hHwrQ
He Will Not Divide Us Capture the Flag: https://www.reddit.com/r/LivestreamFail/comments/5ykwc3/shia_labeouf_hides_a_hewillnotdivideus_flag_in/
Foxx R. M. (1996). Translating the covenant: The behavior analyst as ambassador and translator. The Behavior analyst, 19(2), 147-61.: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2733621/
Morris Email on Teaching Behavior Analysis Listserv re Principles of Behavior: https://listserv.uhd.edu/scripts/wa-uhdedu.exe?A2=ind1801&L=TBA-L&P=R169094
Critchfield, Thomas & J. Doepke, Karla & Epting, L & Becirevic, Amel & Reed, Derek & Fienup, Daniel & L. Kremsreiter, Jamie & L. Ecott, Cheryl. (2017). Normative Emotional Responses to Behavior Analysis Jargon or How Not to Use Words to Win Friends and Influence People. Behavior Analysis in Practice. 10. 97-106. 10.1007/s40617-016-0161-9.: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28630814
Becirevic, Amel & Critchfield, Thomas & Reed, Derek. (2016). On the Social Acceptability of Behavior-Analytic Terms: Crowdsourced Comparisons of Lay and Technical Language. The Behavior Analyst. 39. 10.1007/s40614-016-0067-4.: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/303712104_On_the_Social_Acceptability_of_Behavior-Analytic_Terms_Crowdsourced_Comparisons_of_Lay_and_Technical_Language
Special Thanks: Miranda Marie Drake for submitting the idea and hopping on the show!
#001- Standardization & Private Equity in Behavior Analysis. In this episode, RYANO and Dimitri welcome on Rick Kubina, Precision Teaching and ABA master to talk about Standardization in Science and Private Equity in ABA.
Catch us on Twitter @controversialex or Instagram @thecontroversialexchange and make sure to call in with your thoughts along the way! We're replying to everyone that calls in the first week after release!