The research group Experimental Studies of Complex Human Behavior is arranging a mini-conference on Thursday, August 26th. The event starts at 3:00 pm Norwegian time (GMT+
2). The conference includes eight presentations divided into two parts. Participating will give opportunities for continuing education credits for the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. The meeting room will be announced later. The number of people who can attend depends on national rules and recommendations for infection control. However, it will be possible to participate in this event via Zoom. If you are interested, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
The presenters and the discussants are listed below.
3:00 – 5:30 pm
Anette Brogård-Antonsen: Conditional discrimination in Older Adults and Adults with Dementia
Jon Magnus Eilertsen: Variables and Measurements in Stimulus Equivalence Technology Based Procedures
Torunn Lian: Important Variables in the Analysis of Delayed Emergence of Equivalence Classes
Christoffer Eilifsen: The Establishment of Unrelated Conditional Discriminations, Prerequisites for Stimulus Equivalence Classes, and the Continued Stimulus Control of These Relations Over Time.
Discussant: Karen Lionello-DeNolf, Assumption University, MA, USA
30 min break
Marileide Antunes Oliveira: A 6-Year Literature Review of Meaningful Events in Behavioral and Cognitive Psychology Research Approaches
Oana Pintilie: The Effectiveness of Equivalence-Based Instruction in Teaching Norwegian Health Related Concepts to Adults with a Foreign Background
Guro Granerud: Equivalence Class Formation and Priming in Participants with High Functioning Autism
Erik Arntzen: Expansion of Equivalence Classes Measured in Sorting Tests
Discussant: Caio Miguel, California State University, Sacramento, CA, USA