Dr Jesús Rosales-Ruiz bio
Dr. Rosales-Ruiz is an Associate Professor in the Department of Behavior Analysis at the University of North Texas. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Kansas in 1995 under the direction of Dr. Donald M. Baer. During his graduate training he also worked closely with Dr. Ogden R. Lindsley. Dr. Rosales-Ruiz’s areas of interest include antecedent control of behavior, generalization, behavioural cusps, fluency-based teaching, treatment of autism, teaching of academic behavior, animal training, rule-governed behavior and contingency-shaped behavior. He has served on several editorial boards, including the Journal of Precision Teaching, the European Journal of Behavior Analysis, and the International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy. Dr. Rosales-Ruiz is a fellow of the Eastern Psychological Association and a trustee of the Cambridge Centre for Behavioural Studies.
About the class…
Dr. Rosales-Ruiz had so much fun hanging out with us when he joined us for the first LIVE Q&A in October last year – he wanted to come back for ‘Round 2’ (Woo Hoo). In ‘Round 1’ we talked about a range of subjects (see list below) & this second opportunity to connect with Dr. Rosales-Ruiz presents us with an amazing opportunity to continue to learn from this amazing contributor to our wider animal training community!
CLICK HERE to listen to the replay of our ‘Round 1’ Q&A discussion with Dr. Rosales-Ruiz
Round one topics ⬇️
- Non-linear analysis
- Constructional aggression treatment
- Constructional affection
- The above in relation to LIMA?
- Choice & contra freeloading
- Errorless learning
- Animal Emotions
- And more…
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