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Ninth International Conference; Paris, France; 2017

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Poster Session #46
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
5:30 PM–7:00 PM
Forum Lobby, Niveau 1
149. European Association for Behaviour Analysis
Domain: Service Delivery
ROBERT C. MELLON (Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens), Zuilma Gabriela Sigurdardottir (University of Iceland), Karola Dillenburger (Queen's University Belfast), Christoph F. Boerdlein (University of Applied Sciences Wuerzburg), Torunn Lian (Oslo and Akershus University College), Christos Nikopoulos (Autism Consultancy Services, London)
Abstract: The European Association for Behaviour Analysis (EABA) is an international organisation that aims to promote the philosophy of radical behaviourism and its basic and applied sciences across Europe, and to provide an international forum within Europe for the study and discussion of matters relevant to behaviour analysis. One of the main functions of EABA is to organize conferences in conceptual, experimental and applied behaviour analysis. At present these are held every two years, with the next conference to be held in charming W?rzburg, Germany, September 19 - 22, 2018. Our 2016 conference in Enna, Sicily drew delegates from 37 countries across the globe. Our conferences are low-cost and provide an intimate, supportive atmosphere for scholarly exchange and development. The EABA also organises a bi-annual summer seminar, with lectures and courses by accomplished scholars in conceptual, experimental and applied behaviour analysis. Our next summer seminar will occur in lovely C?diz, on the southwestern coast of Spain, from 5 until 8 July, 2017. The European Association for Behaviour Analysis is a Behavior Analyst Certification Board-Approved provider of continuing education credits. We encourage all behaviourists to contribute to, enjoy and profit from our ongoing scientific and educational events.
150. The Institute for Child Development in Gdansk, Poland as the Only Polish Replica of the Princeton Child Development Institute
Domain: Service Delivery
ANNA BUDZINSKA (Institute for Child Development in Gdansk, Poland), Iwona Ruta-Sominka (Institute for Child Development, Gdańsk, Poland)
Abstract: The Institute for Child Development (IWRD) is a non-profit organization offering a comprehensive science-based program of therapy for children and youths with autism and related disorders. IWRD is a dissemination site of Princeton Child Development Institute (PCDI) in the US. IWRD offers a program of early development intervention consisting of therapy for children that begins with the moment of the initial diagnosis and continues until they reach school age. Children work according to individualized educational and therapeutic programs under the guidance of highly qualified therapists at the Institute. They also implement the programs at family homes under the supervision of IWRD specialists. The Institute for Child Development also conducts a research and development program designed to conduct scientific studies and publish books and articles as well as popularize knowledge about the latest methods of diagnosis and therapy of small children with autism and related disorders. IWRD has initiated joint programs with the University of Gdansk and other scientific research centers in Poland and abroad. IWRD shares its experience and knowledge by holding training sessions and internships designed for teachers, psychologists and students.



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