Thursday, December 7, 2017

ABA Leaks finds the "most positive" thing that Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) has to offer is artificial praise ("conditioned praise") paired with doggie treat bribes ("food reinforcement") after the controllers have starved ("effectively deprived of food") actually-autistic 18-month-old toddlers.

The "most positive" thing that Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) has to offer is artificial praise ("conditioned praise") paired with doggie treat bribes ("food reinforcement") after the Controllers have starved ("effectively deprived of food") actually autistic, 18-month-old toddlers.

Otherwise, they're addicted to so-called "aversion therapy," which includes abuses such as slapping faceswater in faces, lemon in mouths, and high-voltage skin shock.


We are ABA Leaks of Facebook and we lead the baby of all new disability movements, the Counter-Controllers to the ABA Controllers. Dr. Frankenstein has created his monster and we are it!

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