Monday, October 12, 2015

The U.N. Special Rapporteur on Torture condemns Judge Rotenberg Center's (JRC's) Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) electroshock "torture" of autistics and others.

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Related posts on this blog:

Advocacy motivation: Judge Rotenberg Center's Achilles' heel vulnerability is the truth about electroshock torture.

News report action alert: The Ass. for Behavioral Analysis International "approves" Judge Rotenberg (electroshock "treatment/torture") Center.

News report action alert: FDA gives complaint line to advocates against extremely painful Applied Behavioral Analysis electric skin shock: (800) 891-8295.

Action alert: Tell New York City Mayor de Blasio to stop Applied Behavioral Analysis electroshock “torture” of disabled people.

Action alert: Report to Facebook the Judge Rotenberg Center of Applied Behavioral Analysis electroshock "torture/treatment."

Interview, essay: Anna Kosovskaya escapes the Judge Rotenberg Center of Applied Behavioral Analysis electroshock "treatment/torture": Her self-reported adventures with interviewer analysis.

Behavioral Ethics essay: My one day of electric shock was worse than 36 years of antipsychotics.

Friday, October 9, 2015

Repetitive Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) drills prevent autistic learning.

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Repetitive Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) and Discrete Trial Training (DTT) drills by Applied Behavioral Analysts (ABAs) are contra-indicated for autistics in this study. If it's correct, the repetition of many quick, successive childhood trials at a task, the modus operandi in these two popular behavioral models, would prevent autistics from learning.

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