recent & SELECT publications

Blair, B. J. (2022). Visual analysis in single-subject designs. In B. Frey (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of research design (Vol. 1, pp. 1791-1793). SAGE Publications, Inc.,

Blair, B. J., & Mahoney, P. J. (2021). Creating single-subject research design graphs with Google applications. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 15(1), 295–311.

Blair, B. J., & Bartlett, J. (2021, September 4). Language development and ableism: Recommendations for behavior analysts.

Shawler, L. A., & Blair B. J. (2021). A proposed functional analysis of transmission prevention behaviors for a respiratory virus (SARS-CoV-2). Behavior and Social Issues, 30(1), 666-691.

Blair, B. J., & Dorsey, M. F. (2021). Equivalence-Based instruction (EBI). In: Volkmar, F. R. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders (pp. 1836-1842). Springer. BlairDorseyEBI2021.pdf

Albright, L., Blair, B. J., & Ferman, D. (2021). Stimulus equivalence: A derived relational account of cultural biases. In J. A. Sadavoy, & M. L. Zube (Eds.), A scientific framework for compassion and social justice: Lessons in applied behavior analysis, 291-296. Routledge.

Blair, B. J., Shawler, L. A., Albright, L., & Ferman, D. (2021).  An evaluation of the emergence of untrained academic and applied skills after training with video vignettes. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 37(1), 35-56.

Blair, B. J., Farros, J. N., & Davis, C. (2020, August 2).  A curated list of remote/distance/online instructional/learning resources, applications, and tutorials: Part 1.

Blair, B. J., & Shawler, L. A. (2019).  Developing and implementing emergent responding training systems with available and low-cost computer-based learning tools: Some best practices and a tutorial.  Behavior Analysis in Practice, 13(2), 509–520.  Click to download Supplemental Resources

Blair, B. J., Tarbox, J., Albright, L., MacDonald, J., Shawler, L. A., Russo, S. R., & Dorsey, M. F. (2019).  Using equivalence-based instruction to teach the visual analysis of graphs.  Behavioral Interventions, 34(3), 405-418.