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FREE CEU: Teaching Verbal Behavior to Children with Developmental Disabilities
Presenter: Mirela Cengher, Ph.D., BCBA-D

Skinner’s analysis of verbal behavior has paved the way for an effective and efficient function-based approach to teaching language to children with developmental disabilities. This talk will describe recent advances in verbal behavior research. Central themes will consist of optimal procedures to teach tacts and intraverbals, as well as optimal procedures to support the development of emergent responding across verbal operants. We will also discuss procedures to teach two languages to children from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. We expect that the audience will learn how to select, develop, and implement empirically-based procedures to teach verbal behavior to their clients.

This event is worth 2 Learning Credits

Aug 17, 2022 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Mirela Cengher
Assistant Professor @University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Mirela Cengher is an Assistant Professor in Psychology at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She completed her Postdoctoral Fellowship at Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (2019), and she received her doctorate in Psychology from The Graduate Center, City University of New York (2017). Dr. Cengher has over 15 years of research and clinical experience with individuals with developmental disabilities. Her primary research interest is at the intersection of verbal behavior and stimulus control—specifically, in her research, she evaluates variables that affect the acquisition of verbal behavior and the development of emergent relations. Dr. Cengher serves as a guest associate editor for The Analysis of Verbal Behavior and is an editorial board member of several scientific journals (e.g., Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis).