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    • Gelotophobia and autism 

      Leader, Geraldine; Mannion, Arlene (Springer, 2019-10-08)
      [No abstract available]
    • An interdisciplinary approach to secondary qualitative data analysis: what why and how 

      Rodriguez, Leonor (Edward Elgar, 2021-02-16)
      Living in global data-rich societies implies the development of critical appraisal to evaluate the quality, authenticity and meaning of data that is increasingly more accessible. Data is readily available, which is an ...
    • Populations and problems evaluated with functional assessment 

      Leader, Geraldine; Casburn, Mia; Maher, Leanne; Ferrari, Chiara; Naughton, Katie; Wicks, Taylor R.; Mannion, Arlene (Springer, 2021-03-27)
      Functional assessment is a technique consisting of a set of procedures that define the relationship between events in the environment and specific target behaviors. The purpose of functional assessment is to identify ...
    • Psychosis 

      Mannion, Arlene; White, Keeley; Porter, Emily; Louw, Julia; Kirkpatrick, Bernadette; Gilroy, Shawn P.; Leader, Geraldine (Springer, Cham, 2019-09-04)
      Psychosis is a set of symptoms related to mental health issues that occurs in a range of psychotic disorders. Psychosis in individuals with intellectual disabilities is an underexplored area in research. This chapter ...
    • Putting relational frame theory to work: current and future RFT research in organizational behavior management 

      O' Hora, Denis; Tammemagi, Triona; Maglieri, Kristen (New Harbinger, 2013-05-01)
      The workplace is a complex and ever-changing environment. The defining characteristic of all organizations is that individuals work together to achieve a common goal. Organizations depend on interconnected behavior by ...
    • Time opined: A being in the moment 

      Elliott, Mark (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019)
      [No abstract available]