Dr. Paul Romanowich (University of Texas, San Antonio)（大学院社会学研究科・訪問講師）
Research on Behavior Analysis misconceptions gained popularity during
the 1980's as a result of the 'cognitive revolution' of the 1970's.
However, by the late 1990's little new empirical research had been
published. I will give a brief overview of this early research, and then
describe new research in our laboratory focusing on 1) whether those
misconceptions measured in the 1980's are still prevalent in 2017, and 2)
how Applied Behavior Analysis can benefit from empirical research on
misconceptions, especially as it relates to the parent's of children
diagnosed with autism.