Trigger alert. This is not a joke. The author of this blog is disturbed every time he watches this video. Readers use discretion. Be prepared to stop the video and take a time out from it.
Please watch this video of actual behavior analysis in action. A friend in the Netherlands just sent it to Dave Jersey @RewardConsent in Twitter messenger December 9, 2015. This blogger is not going to comment with an opinion until after the readers and viewers of this post have an opportunity to comment on it before he does.
Does anyone else notice that in one part of the video their text actually says he wants to go play at the park, but he actually says he does not want to go?
What is your opinion? How ethical or unethical is this ABA "treatment" of this child? Do you agree more with the proposition: "be effective by any means legal and necessary" or do you agree more with the alternative assertion: "effective ends don't justify questionable means"? Are the end results truly effective?
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