Bailey, J., & Burch, M. (2022). Ethics for Behavior Analysts, 4th Edition. Routledge, Taylor & Francis. Chapters 1-5
Pending publication – March 2022 Bailey and Burch are experts in the field of Ethical Compliance in Applied Behavior Analysis. They are eminent researchers in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis and have published numerous research articles in The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. This text directly aligns to the Ethical Compliance Code (BACB) which is required course content.
Behavior Analysis Certification Board (2020). Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts. Review BACB Compliance Code Tab Information.
The BACB Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analyst is the guideline for all ethical practice and is required for all behavior analysts.
Behavior Analyst Certification Board. Introduction to the Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts. Listen to Episode 15 for an introduction of the new Code – Read all documents under “Resources.”
This document is the new Ethics Code for January 1, 2022 implementation.
Kim Curry. (2013). The Sunland Training Centers: Florida’s Institutes for Children with Intellectual Disabilities. Florida Public Health Review, 10, 14-24. This court proceeding had a significant impact on how practitioners currently provide safe and ethical behavior analytic interventions and “Do No Harm.”
Applied Behavior Analysis by Cooper, J. O., Heron, T. E., & Heward, W. L.
Publication Date: 2019-07-25
Cooper, J. O., Heron, T. E., & Heward, W. L. (2020). Applied Behavior Analysis (3rd ed.). Pearson Prentice Hall. Chapter 31 Access this Redshelf book from the Getting started module of the course or the Bookshelf linked at the top of your course.
Graham, C. & Miller, M. (2021) Ethical implementation of ABA programming in Schools: a guide for professionals and parents. This article provides practical strategies for providing ethical treatment in a school setting. The author is an employee of a well-known behavior agency with many years of experience.
Gino, F., Ordonez, L. D., & Welsh, D. (2014). How unethical behavior becomes habit. This article reviews how easy it is to become complacent with unethical behaviors. It discusses how employees are more likely to rationalize their unethical behavior when they are faced with growing opportunities to behave unethically as opposed to those who are presented with abrupt opportunities to cheat.