|PDS: Translational Research: Implications and Future Directions
|Monday, May 29, 2017
|5:00 PM–5:50 PM
|Hyatt Regency, Centennial Ballroom A
|Area: EAB/DDA; Domain: Translational
|CE Instructor: Ashley Marie Fuhrman, M.A.
|Chair: Ashley Marie Fuhrman (Munroe-Meyer Institute, University of Nebraska Med)
|WAYNE W. FISHER (Munroe-Meyer Institute, University of Nebraska Medical Center)
|F. CHARLES MACE (Nova Southeastern University)
|JOHN A. NEVIN (University of New Hampshire)
The ongoing collaboration and coordination of research between the experimental and applied communities of behavior analysis is essential to the advancement of the science of behavior (Mace & Critchfield, 2010). Involvement of young researchers is vital to the maintenance and future development of translational work within the field. The panelists for this professional development panel is made up of established researchers in the field of behavior analysis whose research efforts span the basic to applied continuum. Panelists will provide examples of research they are conducting and review the current state of translational research in our field. In addition, they will identify potential barriers to establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships between basic and applied researchers. Panelists will also provide the audience with recommendations for the future directions of translational research and suggestions for how to incorporate basic research into applied settings. The audience will have the opportunity to learn about translational work and how researchers can pursue and further the field of translational research.
|Instruction Level: Intermediate
|Keyword(s): Applied Research, Basic Research, Translational Research