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11th International Conference; Dublin, Ireland; 2022

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Poster Session #67
PCH Poster Session
Friday, September 2, 2022
5:45 PM–7:45 PM
Ground Level; Forum
21. A Systematic Literature Review of Behavior Analytic Research Trends Around the World
Area: PCH; Domain: Applied Research
SARA LALANI (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology), Jane Tammik (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology), Rachael Schneider (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology), Tyler Ré (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology), Brittany Beaver (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology )
Abstract:

Systematic Literature Reviews (SLR) are important in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in order to synthesize information on particular topics to evaluate if the strategy meets criteria for evidence-based practice. SLRs can be used for summarizing literature on a particular topic, and suggesting potential future directions of research; thus providing readers an overview of a particular topic. However, topics of research may be culture-specific, targeting topics that impact the author’s population more significantly. The results of the SLR may then be only applicable to that specific culture or region and not as easily applicable to the rest of the world. This poster will present a SLR of published behavior analytic SLRs with shared insights to the research trends of the following geographical regions: North America, South America, Asia, Africa, Europe and Australia. The findings of the SLR will provide direction and support to increase culturally diverse research within the field of ABA.

 
 

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