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Servicios de Unidades de Educación Continuada (Próximamente ...)


1. Creando igualdad y diversidad a través del análisis de comportamiento

2. Supervisión RBT

3. Ética

4. Telemedicina y ABA

5.Evaluación funcional

6. Capacitación para padres

7.Negocio ético

8. ABA y pérdida de peso

9.Medicina del comportamiento

10. Formación de maestros / entornos preescolares

Educación Continua

Aprendizaje BACB

Nuestros programas de educación continua son un requisito de mantenimiento obligatorio para los certificadores BCBA, BCaBA e IBA para mantener su certificación.


Requisitos de unidades de educación continua (CEU) dentro de 2 años

BCBA: 32 unidades de educación continua. (varía).

BCaBA: requerido para obtener al menos 4 CEUs que cubran contenido de ética en cada ciclo de recertificación.



Los servicios de CEU están disponibles en inglés y español. ¡Las presentaciones y los documentos se pueden traducir al español!


¡Somos un proveedor de educación continua de International Behavior Analyst!



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Here at Positive Behavior Treatment, we are now International Behavior Analyst Organization (IBAO) Continuing Education Units (CEU) Providers! PBT is now authorized to offer Learning Continuing Education for BCaBAs and BCBAs. Our CEUs are grouped into 3 main categories at the bottom of the page. Our preferred payment method is PayPal which we have a link that will be accessible for buyers at the bottom of the page. Continue Education provides for the Behavior Analysis Certification Board and for the International Board of Behavior Analysis. We provide continued education via pre-recorded events, live events, podcast, and articles review. Please see our articles, request them, read them, take a test and accrue CEU.

Conceptual Behavior Analysis Articles

  1. Ingvarsson, E. T., Tiger, J. H., Hanley, G. P., & Stephenson, K. M. (2007). An Evaluation of Intraverbal Training to generate socially appropriate responses to novel questions. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 

  2. Kelley, M. E., Shillingsburg, A., Castro, J., Addison, L. R., & LaRue, R. H. (2007). Further Evaluation of Emerging Speech in Children with Developmental Disabilities: Training Verbal Behavior. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.

  3. Weiss, M. J. (2019, August). The Ethical Imperative to Ensure Cultural Competence and Sensitivity among Behavior Analysts. Cambridge Center for Behavioral Sciences and Endicott College Ethics Conference. 

  4. Conners, Brian M., "Multiculturalism and Diversity Issues in Applied Behavior Analysis" (2020). Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs). 2748. 

  5. Fong, E. H., Catagnus, R. M., Brodhead, M. T., Quigley, S., & Field, S. (2016, February 4). Developing the cultural awareness skills of behavior analysts. Behavior analysis in practice.

  6. Fong, E. H., Ficklin, S., & Lee, H. Y. (n.d.). Increasing Cultural Understanding and Diversity in Applied Behavior Analysis. American Psychological Association.

  7. Galbraith, L. A., & Normand, M. P. (2017). Step it up! Using the good behavior game to increase physical activity with elementary school students at recess. Journal of applied behavior analysis, 50(4), 856–860.

  8. Dixon D.R., Vogel T., Tarbox J. (2012) A Brief History of Functional Analysis and Applied Behavior Analysis. In: Matson J. (eds) Functional Assessment for Challenging Behaviors. Autism and Child Psychopathology Series. Springer, New York, NY.

  9. Kraemer, B. R., Cook, C. R., Browning-Wright, D., Mayer, G. R., & Wallace, M. D. (2008). Effects of Training on the Use of the Behavior Support Plan Quality Evaluation Guide With Autism Educators: A Preliminary Investigation Examining Positive Behavior Support Plans. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 10(3), 179–189. 

  10. Greenwald, A., Roose, K. & Williams, L. Applied Behavior Analysis and Behavioral Medicine: History of the Relationship and Opportunities for Renewed Collaboration. Behav. Soc. Iss. 24, 23–38 (2015).

Experimental Behavior Analysis Articles

  1. Moore, T. R., & Symons, F. J. (2011). Adherence to Treatment in a Behavioral Intervention Curriculum for Parents of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Behavior Modification, 35(6), 570–594. 

  2. Charlop-Christy, M. H., Carpenter, M., Le, L., LeBlanc, L. A., & Killet, K. (2002). Using the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) with Children with Autism: Assessment of PECS acquisition, Speech, Social-Communicative Behavior, and Problem Behavior. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.

Applied Behavior Analysis Articles

  1. Taylor, B. A., Hughes, C. E., Richard, E., Hoch, H., & Coello, A. R. (2004). Teaching Teenagers with Autism to seek Assistance when lost. Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis.

  2. Marzullo-Kerth, D., Reeve, S. A., Reeve, K. F., & Townsend, D. B. (2011). Using Multiple-Exemplar Training to Teach a Generalized Repertoire of Sharing to Children with Autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.

  3. Taylor, B. A., & Hoch, H. (2008). Teaching Children with Autism to respond to and initiate bids for joint attention. Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis. 

  4. Krantz, P. J., & McClannahan, L. E. (1998). Social Interaction Skills for Children with Autism: A Script-Fading Procedure for Beginning Readers. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.

  5. Kroeger, K. A., & Sorensen-Burnworth, R. (2009, February 23). Toilet training individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities: A critical review. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders.

  6. Helton, M. R., & Alber-Morgan, S. R. (2018, September 24). Helping parents understand applied behavior analysis: Creating a parent guide in 10 steps. Behavior analysis in practice.

  7. Ingersoll, B., Straiton, D., & Caquias, N. R. (2019, September 12). The role of professional training experiences and manualized programs in ABA providers' use of parent training with children with autism. Behavior Therapy. Retrieved from 

  8. Grindle, C. F., Kovshoff, H., Hastings, R. P., & Remington, B. (2008, June 6). Parents' experiences of home-based applied behavior analysis programs for young children with Autism - Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. SpringerLink. 

  9. Schreibman, L., & Koegel, R. L. (2005). Training for Parents of Children With Autism: Pivotal Responses, Generalization, and Individualization of Interventions. In E. D. Hibbs & P. S. Jensen (Eds.), Psychosocial treatments for child and adolescent disorders: Empirically based strategies for clinical practice (pp. 605–631). American Psychological Association.

  10. Christie D. Welch, H. J. Polatajko; Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism, and Occupational Therapy: A Search for Understanding. Am J Occup Ther July/August 2016, Vol. 70(4), 7004360020p1–7004360020p5. doi: 

  11. Richard M. Foxx, Applied Behavior Analysis Treatment of Autism: The State of the Art, Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Volume 17, Issue 4, 2008, Pages 821-834, ISSN 1056-4993,

  12. Marissa E. Yingling, Robert M. Hock, Amy P. Cohen, Erica M. McCaslin. (2018) Parent perceived challenges to treatment utilization in a publicly funded early intensive behavioral intervention program for children with autism spectrum disorder. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities 64:4-5, pages 271-281.

  13. Artoni, S., Bastiani, L., Buzzi, M.C. et al. Technology-enhanced ABA intervention in children with autism: a pilot study. Univ Access Inf Soc 17, 191–210 (2018).

  14. Gale, C.M., Eikeseth, S. & Rudrud, E. Functional Assessment and Behavioural Intervention for Eating Difficulties in Children with Autism: A study Conducted in the Natural Environment Using Parents and ABA Tutors as Therapists. J Autism Dev Disord 41, 1383–1396 (2011).

  15. Hagermoser Sanetti, L. M., Luiselli, J. K., & Handler, M. W. (2007). Effects of Verbal and Graphic Performance Feedback on Behavior Support Plan Implementation in a Public Elementary School. Behavior Modification, 31(4), 454–465.

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