Behavior Analysis offers free research talks throughout semester

HPS’ Behavior Analysis department will host several Behavior Analysis Research Colloquium (BARC) events during the spring semester.

BARCs are typically held from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. on Fridays and are free and open to the UNT community. An offsite, informal social gathering often follows the talks.

Instructional Design: Dos and Don'ts
Presented by T.V. Joe Layng and Melinda Sota
February 10
Location: ENV 110

Establishing a Minimal Recombinative Repertoire in Behavior Analysis
Presented by Traci M. Cihon
February 24
Location: ENV 110

Excitement and Enquiry: Designing Problem Based Learning Environments
Presented by T.V. Joe Layng
March 3
Location: BLB 180

Teaching Complex Repertoires: Concepts and Principles
Presented by Melinda Sota
March 10
Location: ENV 110

Big Data, AI, Machine Learning and Behavior Analysis
Presented by T.V. Joe Layng
March 24
Location: ENV 110

Why Are You Talking? Lecturing and its Alternatives
Presented by Melinda Sota
March 31
Location: BLB 180

Designing Motivational Systems for Instruction
Presented by Melinda Sota
April 14
Location: ENV 110

Mini conference
Presented by: TBA
April 28
Location: ENV 110

The Role of Emotions in Topical and Systematic (Nonlinear) Clinical Interventions
Presented by T.V. Joe Layng
May 5
Location: TBA

For more information, contact Ruth Cross at ruth.cross@unt.edu or 940-565-2274.