ASAT Newsletter for November 2021

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The Association for Science in Autism Treatment is out with it’s monthly newsletter for November. It’s 18(11) and it has multiple valuable contents. There’s a remembrance of Jerry Shook a leader in developing standards in behavior analysis (see Shook & Favell, 1996, for an historic example), as well as annoucements of many opportunities to learn more about effective (and ineffective) treatments for autism.


Shook, G. L., & Favell, J. E. (1996). Identifying qualified professionals in behavior analysis. In C. Maurice, G. Green, & S. C. Luce (Eds.), Behavioral intervention for young children with autism: A manual for parents and professionals (pp. 221–229). Pro-Ed.