Reminder #1: Arrive early. Attendees who arrive early are likely to experience a more efficient check-in as well as have more time to visit with colleagues and enjoy complimentary coffee and other breakfast goodies prior to the opening remarks (starting at 8:45am) and the invited keynote address (starting at 9:00am). Please remember, we can’t give you CEUs for an event if you miss more than 5 minutes – so, be sure to arrive early to avoid losing CEUs.
Reminder #2: Check in will be held from 7:00AM – 10:00AM on Thursday, October 11, and Friday, October 12, on the 1st floor of the UMass Campus Center, directly outside of the Campus Center Auditorium. Be sure to stop by the registration desk to pick up your conference materials. If you arrive late follow the signs directing you to the Conference Registration Office located on the 8th floor in room 810.
Reminder #3: Parking spaces in the Campus Center Parking Garage fill up fast, so arrive early. During registration, you will be provided with a discounted parking coupon for the Campus Center Parking Garage, allowing you to park for a discounted rate of $6.50/day, payable by cash or card at a pay station located at all ground entrances to the garage. Each day you park in the garage you should stop by the Registration Desk to pick up a discounted pass. Please bring your entry ticket with you to the conference and keep it in a secure place to ensure you can make your exit transaction. The garage is located at 1 Campus Center Way, Amherst MA 01003. For directions to the Campus Center Parking Garage, click here.
Reminder #4: Complimentary overflow parking will be available in surface Lots 25 and 12, located about a 10 minute walk from the Campus Center. Shuttles will service these lots from 7:30am – 11am and 3:15pm – 6:45pm on Thursday and Friday. Please look for the BABAT shuttle bus sign located right near the entrance of Lot 25 to take advantage of the shuttle service. Click here for directions to Lot 25.
Reminder #5: There will be NO on-site registration.
Reminder #6: The campus can be confusing to navigate. So, before arriving, check out additional maps and directions. Click here to access maps of the campus and here for additional directions to campus.
To download the BABAT 2018 Conference Program, click here
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Check your conference receipt after registering to make sure you paid for CEUs. If you have paid, you are ready to start collecting CEUs. Just use your device to scan the codes in each room on your way in and out of each event.
After the conference:
Get CEUs! Live Stream Talks from the 2018 BABAT Conference
The Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy (BABAT), one of the oldest and largest behavior analytic organizations in the country, will be hosting our 39th annual Behavior Analysis Conference on October 10th through October 12th this year. And, new this year, BABAT is pleased to offer our first annual live stream of select talks at the conference.
Live streaming will take place on October 11th & 12th – that’s only two weeks away!
You can now earn CEU’s and enjoy BABAT talks from leaders within our field while sitting in your office, your home, or even your favorite café. Simply register using the link below, and you will have access to a great platform for watching many of our auditorium talks live.
Below you will find a listing of speakers, topics, and CEU availability for each of our live streamed talks. Once registered, all you have to do is tune in at the scheduled times. For those purchasing CEU’s, you will be required to view the entire talk, successfully respond to multiple alertness checks, and complete a brief session evaluation in order to earn the corresponding CEU for each talk. Earn up to 14 CEU’s across two days and be a part of the largest and longest running behavior analyst conference in Massachusetts!
Registration options include 1-day or 2-days, with CEU’s or without, and a special discount for members, so we recommend starting by becoming a BABAT member. As part of a new membership process, BABAT is currently offering a free one-year membership if you sign up by October 12th! Go to https://babat.org/registration/ to become a BABAT Member now!
Thursday, October 11th:
- Operant Principles Everywhere: Interdisciplinary Behavior Analysis and the Future of Our Field. SUSAN SCHNEIDER, University of the Pacific. (1 CEU: BACB)
- Supporting Teachers as Behavioral Engineers: Creating High-Quality Trainings for School Contexts. CLAIRE ST. PETER, West Virginia University. (1 CEU: BACB)
- A Passion for Ethics. JON S. BAILEY, Florida State University. (1 CEU: BACB ETHICS)
- Unified Field Theory: 10 Steps Towards Increased Unity in the Behavior Analytic Field. PATRICK C. FRIMAM, Boy’s Town. (1 CEU: BACB)
- Selecting the Right Measures and Using Technology to Collect Meaningful Data. LINDA LEBLANC, LeBlanc Behavioral Consulting. (1 CEU: BACB)
- Human operant and clinical research on relapse: Implications for treatment development. HENRY S. ROANE, Upstate Medical University. (1 CEU: BACB)
- What’s New at the Zoo: Building a Science-based Behavioral Husbandry Program. CHRISTINA ALLIGOOD, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and University of Florida. (1 CEU: BACB)
- Following the Journey of Applied Behavior Analysis: Perspectives from the Path. JUDITH E. FAVELL, Behavior Analyst, Retired. (NO CEU available)
Friday, October 12th:
- Evidence-Based Practice: Implications for Behavior Analysts. GINA GREEN, Association of Professional Behavior Analysts. (1 CEU: BACB)
- Implementing a Transactional Approach to Basic and Applied Research in Order to Improve Interventions for Children with Autism. WAYNE W. FISHER, University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Munroe-Meyer Institute. (1 CEU: BACB)
- Analyzing and Interpreting Trends in Data: Dancing with the Data. RON VAN HOUTEN, Western Michigan University. (1 CEU: BACB)
- Representation of Women in Behavior Analysis: An Empirical Investigation. MELISSA NOSIK, Behavior Analyst Certification Board. (1 CEU: BACB)
- F. Skinners Legacy to Education. VINCENT CARBONE, Carbone Clinic. (1 CEU: BACB)
- The poisoned cue and its implications for teaching and social interactions. JESUS ROSALES-RUIZ, University of North Texas. (1 CEU: BACB)
- Toward a longitudinal evaluation of behavior disorders. TIMOTHY R. VOLLMER, University of Florida. (1 CEU: BACB)
You will need to create an account when registering on the BABAT live streaming conference page.
To REGISTER for the live streaming, go to: https://babat.digitellinc.com/babat/live/9/page/9
If you are registered to attend the full conference and want to add workshops, the easiest option is to contact UMass (413-577-8102, firstname.lastname@example.org). Those with a completed status (i.e., not waitlisted) can edit their registration by logging back into their existing account on the registration page. However, it is recommended that you contact UMass directly.
For questions about the registration process, please contact email@example.com