DIVISION OF BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS
2014 ANNUAL CONFERENCE SHERATON HOTEL, ATHLONE
FRIDAY 4th April
Registration from 8.45am
Discussion topics for the Panel Discussion (6 pm Saturday) should be handed in at the Registration Desk.
Room A
9:30 – 12.00 WORKSHOP
Robert Mellon (University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens
Greece)
Room B
9:30 – 12.00 WORKSHOP
Donny Newsome (FIT Learning) & Kendra Newsome (FIT Learning)
Introduction to Functional Mastery: What it Means to Really Know Something
Generating Outsight: Natural Science Interpretation as
Psychotherapeutic Intervention
12.00-13.30 LUNCH
13.30-16.00 WORKSHOP
R. Douglas Greer (Columbia University) & Lori A. Greer (Connecticut
State Department of Developmental Sciences)
Protocols to Establish Verbal Behavior and Social Developmental
Cusps and Capabilities
BREAK
17:00 – 18:00
Poster session – location to be confirmed
20.30 SOCIAL EVENT (Gertie Brownes, 9 Custume Place, Athlone)
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SATURDAY 5th April
Registration from 8:30am.
Discussion topics for the Panel Discussion (6 pm Saturday) should be handed in at the Registration Desk.
Room A
Room B
Room C
9:00 Welcome Remarks
9:10 – 10:30
9:10 – 10:30
Individual Papers
Bryan Roche & Sarah Cassidy (NUI Maynooth)
Can an Intensive Programme of Multiple Exemplar
Training in Derived Relational Responding Increase
General Intellectual Ability?
Symposium: The Role of Positive Behaviour Support Symposium: Current Applications of Relational Frame Theory
in a Social Care Setting.
Chair: Carol Murphy
Chair: Ken Kerr
Gráinne Kent, Yvonne Barnes-Holmes & Carol Murphy (NUI
Phil Smyth (RehabCare)
Maynooth)
Boldly Going Where Some (or More?) Behaviour Exploring the Sequence of Establishing derived Relational
Analysts Have Gone Before…
Responding in Children with Global Developmental Delay.
Sean Boyle et al. (NUI Maynooth, Swansea University)
The Semantic Generalization of Fear and Avoidance
Through Verbal Stimulus Classes: A More Ecologically Pádraig Walsh (RehabCare)
Valid Model of the Transformation of Stimulus PBS as a Restrictive Practice Reduction Tool.
Functions in Anxiety Conditions.
H. Lydon, M. Mesbur, & I. Grey (St. Catherine’s
Avril Hand & Denis O’Hora (NUI Galway)
Association, Brothers of Charity, Trinity College
The Matching Law: Implications for Clinical Dublin)
Assessment and Treatment.
Long Term Outcomes of Children with Intellectual
Disability and Challenging Behaviour Receiving PBS.
Denis O’Hora, Maciej Dabrowski, David Crowley,
Rachel Carey, Aoife Kervick (NUI Galway)
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Conflicting Stimulus Control During Delay Discounting
Is Expressed in Response Topography.
Kamila Janik (NUI Galway) & Niamh McCarthy
Children in Care- the Role of Behaviour Analysis.
Sinéad Lydon et al., (Trinity College Dublin, NUI
Galway)
An Evaluation of Punishment Research: 1967- Present.
10:30 – 11:00 COFFEE
9:10 – 10:30
Kelly Larkin, Carol Murphy & Yvonne Barnes-Holmes (NUI
Maynooth)
Applied Behaviour Analysis Versus Positive Behaviour Support:
Using an Implicit Measure (IRAP) to Evaluate Influence of
Terminology on Social Acceptance.
Keith Lyons, Carol Murphy & Yvonne Barnes-Holmes (NUI
Maynooth)
Does Teaching Flexible Relational Responding Result Improved
Ability Scores in Children with Autism?
Edel Galvin, Yvonne-Barnes-Holmes & Carol Murphy (NUI
Maynooth)
Analysing Relational Responding Skills and Verbal Ability in
children with Autism, and typically-Developing Children.
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SATURDAY 5th April
Registration from 8:30am.
Discussion topics for the Panel Discussion (6 pm Saturday) should be handed in at the Registration Desk.
Room A 11:00 – 11:50 Keynote:
R. DOUGLAS GREER, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York. Build Social Reinforcers and Language and Social Learning will Follow
11:50 – 13:10
11:50 – 13:10
11:50 – 13:10
Individual Papers
Individual Papers
Individual Papers
I. Grey et al. (St. Catherine’s Association, Brothers of
Charity, Trinity College Dublin)
Outcomes for a Cohort of Children with Autism and
Intellectual Disability Receiving Early Intensive Behavioural
Intervention.
Teresa Mulhern & Ian Stewart (NUI Galway)
Ursula Cassidy & Trish Carolan (ABACAS Special School
Training Class Inclusion Responding in 4, 5 and 6 Year Kilbarrack, Queen’s University Belfast)
Olds.
Functional
communication
Training,
Differential
Reinforcement and Release Contingency Time-Out to
Micah Amd & Dermot Barnes-Holmes (NUI Maynooth)
Decrease Physical Aggression.
Transforming Evaluations of Others in Relation to Self
I. Grey et al. (St. Catherine’s Association, Brothers of
Maeve Bracken & Nicole Rohrer (Trinity College Dublin)
Charity, Trinity College Dublin)
Aoife Cartwright & Bryan Roche (NUI Maynooth)
Using an Adapted Form of the Picture Exchange
Parental Satisfaction with Early Intensive Behavioural Developing the Function Acquisition Speed Test for Anti- Communication System to Increase Independent Requesting
Intervention.
Gay Bias
in Deaf-Blind Adults with Learning Disabilities
Sarah Mulligan, Jennifer Holloway, & Olive Healy (NUI
Galway).
A Pilot Study of a Positive Screen for ASD and the Effects of
a Parent Implemented Early Behavioural Intervention.
Jennifer Hayes & Ian Stewart (NUI Galway)
Assessing and Training Same and Different Relations in
Young Children Using the Relational Evaluation
Procedure
Anna McCoy, Jennifer Holloway & Olive Healy (NUI
Galway, Trinity College Dublin)
A Systematic Review and Evaluation of Video Modeling
(VM), Role-Play and Computer Based Instruction as
Treatments for Increasing Social Skills in Children and
Adolescents with Asperger Syndrome (AS).
Deborah Ging et al. (University of Ulster)
A Comparison Study of Prerequisite Imitation Skills Between
Typically- Developing Children and Children with Autism
Spectrum Disorder
Ita Forde (Ability West, Galway)
“My Plan has Really Changed my Behaviours for the Better”
13:10 – 14:15 LUNCH
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SATURDAY 5th April
Registration from 8:30am.
Discussion topics for the Panel Discussion (6 pm Saturday) should be handed in at the Registration Desk.
Room A 14:15 – 15:05 Keynote:
ROBERT MELLON, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens Greece. Functions of “Dysfunctional” Cognition
15:10 – 16:50
Symposium: Outcomes of Precision Teaching on
Maths and Reading Performance in Mainstream
Settings.
Chair: Olive Healy
A. McTiernan, C. Leonard, J. Holloway & O. Healy
(NUI Galway, Trinity College Dublin)
An Investigation of the Direct and Generalised Effects
of Building Fluent Performances in Academic Skills
with Typically Developing Chidlren.
A. McTiernan, J. Holloway & O. Healy (NUI Galway,
Trinity College Dublin)
Outcomes of Precision Teaching on Math and Reading
Performance in Children from Disadvantaged
Educational Backgrounds.
J. Brosnan, O. Healy, & K. Brooks Newsome (NUI
Galway, Trinity College Dublin, Fit Learning Center,
University of Nevada at Reno)
Using Precision Teaching to Target Decoding Fluency
with Beginning Readers
Joan Summerville & Deborah Ging (Trinity College
Dublin, University of Ulster)
Using Precision Teaching for Reading with Students
who Attend Mainstream School in a Marginalised
Community
15:10 – 16:50
Individual Papers
15:10 – 16:50
Individual Papers
Claire Duffy et al. (University of Ulster, Coleraine)
Jennifer Kinloch, James McEwan & T. Mary Foster (Bath
An Analysis of Level of Severity and Level of Intervention Spa University, UK; The University of Waikato, New Zealand)
Necessary for Success in the Treatment of Food Selectivity Methods in Stimulus Equivalence Research
for Children with Autism.
Ronda Barron et al. (Dublin City University, University of
Sofie Meehan et al. (St. Catherine’s Association, Brothers of Ulster)
Charity, Trinity College Dublin)
An Evaluation of a Computerised Matching-to-Sample
Comparison of the Presentation of Single Versus Multiple Programme for Teaching Real World Categories to Typically
Items in the Treatment of Food Selectivity in Children with Developing Young Children.
ASD.
Yasmin Brennan & Robert Bones (University of Ulster)
Sinéad Smyth et al. (Dublin City University, University of Stimulus Equivalence Protocol as a Means of Assessing Female
Ulster)
Mate Choice Over the Course of the Menstrual Cycle.
Using a Vibrating Prompter to Teach Waiting at Mealtimes:
A Possible Means of Decreasing Food Packing.
Aisling Colreavy & Jennifer Holloway (NUI Galway,
AbilityWest, Galway)
Sean J. O’Neill et al. (University of Ulster)
Evaluating the Effects of Fluency on the Emergence of Rapid
Three Commonly Used Prompt-Delay Conditions Affect Automatic Naming (RAN) in Children with Intellectual
Effectiveness, Efficiency and Frequency of Disruptive Disability.
Behaviour in an ASD Population.
Christine Connolly & Trish Carolan (ABACAS Special School
L. De Forge & I. Grey (St. Catherine’s Association, Brothers Kilbarrack)
of Charity, Trinity College Dublin)
A Study Investigating the Use of Non-Contingent Reinforcement
Use of Eye Gaze Technology to Teach Listener, Mand and and Negative Reinforcement on High Frequency Self Injurious
Tact Responses to a Student with Rett Syndrome.
Behaviour.
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SATURDAY 5th April
Registration from 8:30am.
Discussion topics for the Panel Discussion (6 pm Saturday) should be handed in at the Registration Desk .
16:50 -17:15 BREAK
17:15 – 18:00
17:15 – 18:00
Rebecca MacDonald et al. (The New England Center Julian C. Leslie (University of Ulster)
for Children, Massachusetts)
Consciousness: The View from Behaviour Analysis
The NECC Core Skills Assessment Tool: Outcome
Measures.
18:00 – 18:45
PANEL DISCUSSION (ROOM A)
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