MOABA is an organization founded to support and promote scientific research on basic principles of behavior and the effective and ethical application of those principles.
Save the date: The 2018 Annual Meeting is scheduled for November 16 & 17 at the Sheraton Westport in St. Louis. Check back for a list of speakers.
MOABA Summer Workshop
We’re very excited to host Dr. Vincent Carbone at our first MOABA Summer Workshop to be held on July 28, 2018 in Columbia, MO. To purchase tickets, please click here. The titles of Dr. Carbone’s workshops are:
The Role of Joint Control in Teaching Complex Listener Responding to Children with Autism and Other Disabilities
Teaching Intraverbal Behavior
Vincent J. Carbone, Ed.D is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctorate and New York State Licensed Behavior Analyst. He received his graduate training in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) at Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, under the supervision of W.Scott Wood. He currently serves as an adjunct faculty member at Penn State University and teaches in the graduate programs in Behavior Analysis at the European Institute for the Study of Human Behavior, in Parma, Italy, and at the Medical School at the University of Salerno, Salerno, Italy. His behavior analytic research has been published in several peer-reviewed journals including the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, Behavior Modification, Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders and others. He has provided the requisite university training and supervision to hundreds of board certified behavior analysts in the U.S. and overseas. He is the 2017 recipient of the “Jack Michael Outstanding Contributions in Verbal Behavior Award” from Association for Behavior Analysis International’s Verbal Behavior Special Interest Group. Currently, he serves as the director of the Carbone Clinics in New York, Boston, London, UK and Dubai, UAE. All clinics provide behavior analytic consultation, training and therapeutic services to children with autism and developmental disabilities.