invited presentations and lectures

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N = 19

2020

Blair, B. J., (2020). Developing highly interactive remote/online instructional modules: A tutorial. Amego Inc. Invited Workshop Series (live interactive webinar).*

Blair, B. J. (2020). Collecting meaningful behavior data to develop intervention plans. New York City Department of Education Psychologist in Training Workshop Series, Live Webinar.

Blair, B. J. (2020). Teaching with derived relations and relational frames: Best practices for instructional design. Pepperdine University (interactive recorded webinar).

2019

Blair, B. J. (2019). The importance of emergent relational responding: Best practices for instructional design. Pepperdine University (interactive recorded webinar).

Blair, B. J. (2019). Emergent responding: An overview. Pepperdine University (online).

Blair, B. J. (2019). When reinforcement doesn’t “work”: Conducting preference, reinforcer, and treatment assessments. New York City Department of Education Psychologist in Training Workshop Series, Brooklyn, NY.

Blair, B. J. (2019). Online learning with web-based learning tools. Video presentation recorded for Amego, Inc., Attleboro, MA.

Blair, B. J. (2019). Reflections on the School of Education. Long Island University - Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY.

Blair, B. J. (2019). How to develop and implement computer-based equivalence-based instruction systems to teach almost everything. Behavior Analyst Leadership Council Annual Conference, New Haven, CT.*

Blair, B. J. (2019). Developing evidence-based interventions for challenging behavior. New York City Department of Education Psychologist in Training Workshop Series, Brooklyn, NY.

2018

Blair, B. J. (2018). Identifying evidence-based interventions: Best practices, red flags, and fad Treatments. Long Island Behavior Analysis Conference, Uniondale, NY.*

Blair, B. J. (2018). Using edpuzzle to create interactive video lessons. Instructional Technology Department, Endicott College, Beverly, MA

Blair, B. J. (2018). Applied behavior analysis graduate programs at Endicott College. School of Education, Endicott College, Beverly, MA.

Blair, B. J. (2018). How to setup an online course. Technology of Teaching Doctoral Course, Endicott College, Beverly, MA

2017

Blair, B. J., Albright, L., Tarbox, J., MacDonald, J., & Dorsey, M. (2017). Using equivalence-based instruction to teach the visual analysis of graphs. Student Paper Award invited presentation at the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Amherst, MA.*

2016

Blair, B. J., & Loomis, G. (2016). Transitioning into adolescent and adult services: Challenges and strategies. Presented at the Endicott College Autism Conference, Beverly, MA.

2015

Blair, B. J. (2015). Positive behavior support. Executive Leadership Team Meeting, Cape Abilities, Hyannis, MA.

Blair, B. J., & Mahoney, P. J. (2015). Evidence-Based treatment: What is it? How do we know? Why do we need it? What do we do with it? Presented at the Endicott College Autism Conference, Beverly, MA.

2013

Blair, B. J. (2013). Bullying and Autism. Boston Public Schools, Boston, MA

*Speaking Fee or Other Compensation Provided

presentations (Peer-reviewed)

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N = 28

*Student Author **Symposium Chairperson

2020

Blair, B.J., Mahoney, P., & Dorsey, M.F. (2020). Testing and practice effects with typically developing learners in within-subject research designs: A preliminary investigation. Presented at the 46th Annual Association for Behavior AnalysisInternational Convention, Washington, D.C. (Pre-recorded Virtual)

2019

Blair, B.J., Shawler, L. A., Albright, L., & Ferman, D. (2019). An evaluation of the emergence of academic and applied skills after training with video vignettes. Paper presented at the 30th Annual New York State Association for Behavior Analysis conference, Albany, NY.

Blair, B. J. (2019). Using web-based learning tools to develop and implement simple emergent responding training systems. Paper presented at the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Worcester, MA.

Blair, B. J., Shawler, L. A., Albright, L., & Ferman, D. (2019). An evaluation of the emergence of untrained academic and applied skills after training with video vignettes. Paper presented at the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Worcester, MA.**

McDonald, S.*, Weiss., M. J., Weinberg, M., & Blair, B. J. (2019). Using equivalence-based instruction to improve discrimination between discriminative stimuli and motivating operations. Paper presented at the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Worcester, MA.**

Blair, B. J., & Mahoney, P. (2019). The “Air Gap” research design: Participant isolation and experimental control in within-subject research designs. Paper presented at the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Worcester, MA.**

Farros, J., Shawler, L., Kravtchenko, K., & Blair, B. J. (2019). The effect of synchronous discussion sessions in asynchronous courses. Paper presented at the 10th Association for Behavior Analysis International Conference, Stockholm, Sweden.

Blair, B. J., Shawler, L. A., Albright, L., & Ferman, D. (2019). An empirical comparison of stimulus forms in equivalence-based instruction. Paper presented at the 10th Association for Behavior Analysis International Conference, Stockholm, Sweden. Symposium selected by the Conference as a “Featured Session”.

Blair, B. J., & Mahoney, P. (2019). Training the identification of functional relations with equivalence-based instruction using web-based learning tools. Paper presented at the 10th Association for Behavior Analysis International Conference, Stockholm, Sweden. Symposium selected by the Conference as a “Featured Session”.

Blair, B. J., & Shawler, L. A. (2019). Using equivalence-based instruction with video vignettes to teach Skinner’s verbal operants. Paper presented at the 45th Annual Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention, Chicago, IL.*

Blair, B. J., & Mahoney, P. (2019). The “Air Gap” research design: Demonstrating experimental control with participant isolation in within-subject research designs. Paper presented at the 45th Annual Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention, Chicago, IL.**

2018

Blair, B. J. (2018). Training the identification of functional relations with equivalence-based instruction: An extension using web-based learning tools. Paper presented at the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Amherst, MA.**

Kirby, E.*, Blair, B. J., Dorsey, M. F., & Young, G. (2018). Using equivalence based instruction to teach the identification of asymmetrical head shapes in infants. Paper presented at the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Amherst, MA. **

Blair, B. J. (2018). Designing a computer-based equivalence-based instruction (EBI) system with commercially available learning tools. Tutorial presented at the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Amherst, MA.

Blair, B. J., & Dorsey, M. F. (2018). Teaching the visual analysis of graphs with Equivalence-Based Instruction: A replication and extension using commercially available learning tools. Paper presented at the 44th Annual Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention, San Diego, CA.**

Kirby, E.*, Blair, B. J., & Dorsey, M. F. (2018) Using equivalence based instruction to teach the identification of asymmetrical head shapes in infants: A preliminary analysis. Paper presented at the 44th Annual Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention, San Diego, CA.

Mahoney, P., & Blair, B. J. (2018). Training sight-singing using equivalence-based instruction - A preliminary investigation. Paper presented at the 44th Annual Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention, San Diego, CA.**

Blair, B. J., Kirby, E.*, Mahoney, P., & Dorsey, M. (2018). Using commercially available learning tools to teach socially relevant skills using a stimulus equivalence training framework. Workshop presented at the Connecticut Association for Behavior Analysis Annual Conference, Hartford, CT.

2017

Blair, B. J., Albright, L., Tarbox, J., MacDonald, J., & Dorsey, M. (2017). Using equivalence-based instruction to teach the visual analysis of graphs. Paper presented at the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Amherst, MA.

Blair, B. J ., Shawler, L. A., Russo, S. R., Tarbox, J. J., & Dorsey, M. F. (2017). Using stimulus equivalence-based instruction to teach visual analysis of graphs. Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention, Denver, CO.

2016

Blair, B. J., Macpherson, L. A., Debacher, E.*, Harper, J., & Dorsey, M. F. (2016). Publication and citation analysis: A systematic replication and extension. Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Amherst, MA.

Shawler, L. A., Blair, B. J., Harper, J., & Dorsey, M. F. (2016). The current state of the scientist-practitioner model in applied behavior analysis (survey data). Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Amherst, MA.

Macpherson, L. A., Blair, B. J., Debacher, E.*, & Dorsey, M. F. (2016). Publication and citation analysis: A systematic replication and extension. Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention, Chicago, IL

Blair, B. J., & Dorsey, M. F. (2016). Punishment: Is it conceptually systematic. Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention, Chicago, IL

Blair, B. J., Davis, C., Mahoney, P. M., & Dorsey, M. F. (2016). Punishment: A systematic review. Presented at the 42nd Annual Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention, Chicago, IL

2015

Blair, B. J., Davis, C., Mahoney, P. M., & Dorsey, M. F. (2015). Punishment: A systematic review. Presented at the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Amherst, MA.

Davis, C., Blair, B. J., & Dorsey, M. F. (2015). Punishment: Social validity. Presented at the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Amherst, MA.

Forte, S., Blair, B. J., Dunlop, K., Mahoney, P., & Melton, I. (2015). A review of the history of behavior analysis: Tracing development of our basic principles. Massachusetts Association for Behavior Analysis.


conference panelist

2020

Blair, B. J. (2020). Current practices in teaching behavior analysis across all formats: Face-to-face, fully-online, and hybrid. Panel accepted for Presented at the 46th Annual Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention, Washington, D.C. (Synchronous Virtual)