(2019). How much compliance is too much compliance: Is long-term ABA therapy abuse? Cogent Psychology: Vol. 6, No. 1, 1641258. Abstract This article discusses the prevalence of ASD with specific regard to the most ubiquitous current treatment, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). A discussion of some of the issues with the underlying theory of ABA in … Continue reading How much compliance is too much compliance: Is long-term ABA therapy abuse?: Cogent Psychology: Vol 6, No 1
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Hello! So, I’ve mentioned in previous posts before this one that I live near a bookstore where the books can be as cheap as 25p each. That means that I can end up buying a lot of books… Source: Carboot Sale / I Bought More Books… – CrankyAutistic
When inventor Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville sang a nursery rhyme into his phonoautogram in 1860, he had no plans on ever playing this recording back. A precursor to the wax cylinder, the phonoautogram took inputs for the study of sound waves, but could not be turned into an output device. Source: Hear the First Recording … Continue reading Hear the First Recording of the Human Voice (1860) | Open Culture
Is it Swiss Sunday already. Seems only seven days since we had the last one. One of the things that strikes you about your time in Switzerland is the sound. In the Alps it is just the sweet sound o… Source: Languages – A Dad trying to cope with the loss of his Partner and … Continue reading Languages – A Dad trying to cope with the loss of his Partner and becoming a single parent.
I don’t know who needs to read this title, but somebody does. Here’s why: Disney has a history of casting Afro-Caribbean voices in Little Mermaid roles, and their peripherals, beginning with … Source: Give Halle Bailey a Chance – Cambria's Big Fat Autistic Blog
Transcription Hi guys! Neurodivergent Rebel here, and I am an autistic adult. I was diagnosed late, before I turned 30, so I went a long portion of my life not knowing that I was autistic. And one thing that a lot of late diagnosed autistic people have in common is something that I guess I’m … Continue reading An Autistic Perspective – Stim Suppression – Neurodivergent Rebel