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Criminal Behaviorology is the synthesis of criminology and behavior analysis. This podcast reviews areas of importance to both fields and explores new possibilities. Criminal Behaviorology is a podcast for all those interested in crime, psychology, history, and improving the world we live in.
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Criminal Behaviorolog‪y‬ Timothy Joseph

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Criminal Behaviorology is the synthesis of criminology and behavior analysis. This podcast reviews areas of importance to both fields and explores new possibilities. Criminal Behaviorology is a podcast for all those interested in crime, psychology, history, and improving the world we live in.
Contact: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com

Cover art photo provided by David von Diemar on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@emotionspicture Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology/support

    Two MORE Speakers on Behavior Analysis (Novel Uses of ABA - Part II)

    Two MORE Speakers on Behavior Analysis (Novel Uses of ABA - Part II)

    Criminal Behaviorology 



    Two MORE Speakers on Behavior Analysis (Novel Uses of ABA - Part II)



    In our second installment of the webinar series (Novel Uses of Applied Behavior Analysis - Part II) we have presentations from Joseph Cautilli and Michael Weinberg. Joseph Cautilli, PhD, BCBA-D, has served in numerous settings and has been a guest on a previous episode. Michael Weinberg, PhD, BCBA-D, has 35 plus years of experience in the application of behavior analytic services to various populations and age groups.  



    SPECIAL NOTE:  This is a recording of a live webinar and CE units are no longer available for purchase.



    A video presentation of this discussion can be found in its entirety below:

    https://youtu.be/9Mct_eGJmmA



    Our Facebook Page on the Novel Uses of ABA Webinar Series:

    https://www.facebook.com/NovelApplications



    To access the slides from these two lectures (Forensic Behavior Analysis Facebook Group - Under “Files.”  Look for Novel Uses of ABA Webinar - Part II):

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1103246663153346/files



    Cautilli Highlights:

    - The history of behaviorists in instruction

    - The interventions they created and their effectiveness.

    - The history of Curriculum Based Measurement (CBM)

    - Research supporting CBM

    - The importance of rate as a unit of measure in CBM

    - Methods for assessing students on reading curriculum



    Weinberg Highlights:

    - Definition of Organizational Behavior Management (OBM)

    - Three OBM methods as applied to improvement of staff performance 

    - Describing a model of implementation of OBM to provide outcomes of an organization 

    - Explanation and description of tools employers and HR professionals may use to improve hiring practices



    Criminal Behaviorology podcast with Joseph Cautilli on “Behaviorism Applied Everywhere” (8/28/2019):



    https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/criminalbehaviorology/episodes/2020-08-28T06_59_37-07_00



    https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology/episodes/Behaviorism-Applied-Everywhere--Joe-Cautilli-Discusses-the-Many-Uses-of-Behavior-Analysis-eippns



    Portions of the first Novel Uses of ABA Webinar, as featured on this podcast (“Two Speakers on Behavior Analysis - Novel Uses of ABA”):



    https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/criminalbehaviorology/episodes/2020-09-30T18_55_28-07_00

    https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology/episodes/Two-Speakers-on-Behavior-Analysis-Novel-Uses-of-ABA-eke5nm



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    Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. 



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https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com

    https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology



    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4  

    https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz


    https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ 


    https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology 


    https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology 


    https://pca.st/Q38w 
https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ 


    https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology



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    • 1 hr 42 min
    Victims or survivors? Victimology as Viewed by a Behavior Analyst

    Victims or survivors? Victimology as Viewed by a Behavior Analyst

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    Victims or survivors? Victimology as Viewed by a Behavior Analyst

    Karola Dillenberger is a Professor of Behaviour Analysis and Education and Director of the Centre for Behaviour Analysis at Queen’s University Belfast. She provides insights from her 2007 article on behavior analysis and victimology. Her own experiences living in Northern Ireland supplement this often neglected side of the impact of criminality. We find that many of the same contingencies found with victims are also in place in the learning histories of perpetrators.

    A video presentation of this discussion can be found in its entirety below:
    https://youtu.be/3GrmLz9lKkk

    Show Highlights:

    - What is Victimology as a field of study?

    - The main differences between victims and survivors?

    - The three key concepts: a) personal learning history; b) prevailing contingencies; and c) cultural contexts. How these concepts factor in the development of victims and perpetrators.

    - The importance of behavioral economics in the study of victims. Closed and open economies.

    - Trans-generational transmission of trauma.

    - The old idea of an “unconscious longing to be a victim.” The lack of evidence to support such a notion and how a careful examination of the contingencies involved can dispel many of these mysterious explanations of victim behavior, as in domestic violence and other examples.

    - Karola’s emphasis on getting away from “bigger and bigger words,” greater elaboration found in much of psychodynamic and psychological literature, and instead focus on the basics of behavior. What is the antecedent? What is happening now? Behavior analysis as a means to deal with depression and bereavement.

    - The increased use of behavior analytic concepts in several fields, often without even mentioning the field of behavior analysis specifically.

    Dillenburger, K. (2007). A behavior analytic perspective on victimology. International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy, 3, 433-448.
    https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ801233.pdf

    Queen’s University Belfast - Centre for Behaviour Analysis:

    https://www.qub.ac.uk/cba

    Behaviour Analysis: A Primer:

    http://behaviouranalysis.eu.com

    Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav.

    Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. 

    CB Podcast Sites:

    
https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com
    https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 
https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz
https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ 
https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology 
https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology 
https://pca.st/Q38w 
https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ 
https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology

    Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above.

    Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: 
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    Thank you for listening.

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    • 1 hr 24 min
    A Critical Look at In Cold Blood: The True Crime Novel as a Work of Literature

    A Critical Look at In Cold Blood: The True Crime Novel as a Work of Literature

    Criminal Behaviorology 



    A Critical Look at In Cold Blood:  The True Crime Novel as a Work of Literature



    After meeting writer Nicolas Tredell in 2018, I found him to have a keen understanding of true crime, writing, and history.  He has edited a new book focusing on the Truman Capote novel, In Cold Blood.  We discuss the infamous Clutter family murder as written about in Capote’s world-famous work, as well as in multiple film and television adaptations, as well as the influence of such a style of writing.  



    Show Highlights:



    - The Clutter family murder in Holcomb, Kansas in 1959.  The shocking nature of such a crime in its time as compared to today.



    - The psychology of the perpetrators, Smith and Hickock. The “folie à deux” (“madness for two”)  element in this murder.  The social-psychological factors involved.



    - The very pertinent issues in this case, impacting us to this day, including insanity as a defense, the death penalty, and so forth.



    - What is appealing regarding this case and Truman Capote’s book, In Cold Blood.  



    - The cross-cutting technique in Capote’s writing and other prescient features that are hallmarks of modern true crime and fiction stories.



    - What is special about the true crime novel as literature and why true crime remains so popular.



    - The accuracy of these kinds of based-on-a-true-story type novels and movies.  Can such a genre ever be completely accurate, or is some embellishment necessary to truly convey the ideas?



    - Capote’s possible insight into how our changing world was relevant to the Kansas murders.  Crimes motivated for self-esteem.  



    - How our modern life, highway travel, technology, and other factors all contribute to crimes manifested in new ways.



    Critical Insights:  In Cold Blood, Edited by Nicolas Tredell (2020):

    https://salempress.com/book/critical-insights-in-cold-blood



    The Clutter Family Murder:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clutter_family_murders



    In Cold Blood (1967): 

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0061809/



    In Cold Blood (1996):

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0116619/



    Capote (2005):

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0379725/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1



    Infamous (2006):

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0420609/?ref_=fn_al_tt_2



    Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav.



    Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. 



    CB Podcast Sites:

    
https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com

    https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 
https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz
https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ 
https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology 
https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology 
https://pca.st/Q38w 
https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ 
https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology



    Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above. 



    Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: 
criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com



    Thank you for listening.


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