|An Expanded Analysis of Joint Attending and Social Referencing: Toward a Functional Taxonomy|
|Sunday, May 27, 2018|
|8:00 AM–8:50 AM |
|Manchester Grand Hyatt, Seaport Ballroom H|
|Area: AUT/DEV; Domain: Service Delivery|
|CE Instructor: Richard E. Laitinen, Ph.D.|
|Chair: Gladys Williams (CIEL, SPAIN)|
|PER HOLTH (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences)|
|RICHARD E. LAITINEN (Personalized Accelerated Learning Systems (PALS))|
|MARTHA PELAEZ (Florida International University)|
Joint Attending and Social Referencing (JA/SR) most often involves two or more people simultaneously attending to the same constellation or elements of an environmental event. As a critical "learning-to-learn" repertoire, JA/SR is an important foundation for learners to acquire and master. By definition, JA/SR is a social phenomenon; however, it is also solipsistic in that joint attending may occur within the individual as a fusion of "speaker/listener" repertoires that allow for self-referencing and self-talk that guides what an individual attends to at any one time. This panel will present a draft taxonomy of JS/SR intended to formalize and categorize the variables responsible for the emergence and growth of JS/SR competencies throughout a person's lifetime.
|Instruction Level: Intermediate|
|Target Audience: |
Practitioners who are interested in how to organize and delivery effective programming to develop extended joint attending and social referencing repertoires in their clients.
|Learning Objectives: To reference and locate individual joint attending/social referencing programs within a taxonomy of functional relations that influence the emergence, generalization and application of such skills in a progressive, organized manner.|