Wisconsin Association for Behavior Analysis


Recent Advances in Autism Research: Seminar Topic for 04.22.2011

This week’s presentation will be: “Addition of functional content during core content instruction with students with moderate disabilities” by Carly Roberts.

The UW-Madison Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education is to excited to announce Recent Advances in Autism Research, a multidisciplinary weekly seminar discussing peer-reviewed intervention research. During each meeting, a guest speaker will present a value-added summary of an autism intervention article and will lead a discussion with attendees after the presentation.

The seminar flyer (pdf) is available here: RADAR Apr 22 

When?
10:00-11:00 am, Every Friday.

Where?
Education Building, 1000 Bascom Mall, Room 427

Who?
Anyone with an interest in autism spectrum disorders is invited to attend. For more information and to receive weekly emails about the seminar, please visit http://uwradar.wordpress.com. Please contact Sunyoung Kim (special education doctoral student) at skim362@wisc.edu or Dr. Wendy Machalicek  at machalicek@wisc.edu with any questions. Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,

 Sunyoung Kim

Doctoral student
Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education
University of Wisconsin-Madison

and

Wendy Machalicek, Ph.D., BCBA-D

Assistant Professor
Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education

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