Publications

Below is a sample list of publications from CABA's CEO, Rachel Taylor, PhD, BCBA-D (formerly Rachel Tarbox) 

Tarbox, R.S.F. & Najdowski (2008). Discrete trial training as a teaching paradigm. In Luiselle, JJ. K., Russo, D. C., Christian, W. P., & Wilczynski, S. M. (Eds.), Effective Practices for Children with Autism: Educational and Behavior Support Interventions that Work (pp. 181-194). New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Tarbox, R.S.F., Tarbox, J., Ghezzi, P., Wallace, M. & Yoo, J. (2007). The effects of blocking mouthing of leisure items on their effectiveness as reinforcers. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 40, 761-765.

 

Tarbox, R. S. F., Wallace, M. D., Penrod, B., & Tarbox, J. (2007). Effects of three-step prompting on compliance with caregiver requests. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 40, 703-706.

 

Tarbox, R. S. F., Ghezzi, P. M., & Wilson, G. W. (2006). Using a token economy to increase attending in a young child with autism. Behavioral Interventions, 21, 155-164.

 

Tarbox, R. S. F., Wallace, M. D. & Williams, L. (2002). Applying functional analysis methodology to the assessment and treatment of elopement. The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 36, 239-244.

 

Tarbox, R. S. F., Williams, L. & Friman, P. (2002). Extended diaper wearing: effects on continence in and out of diapers. The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 37, 97-100.

Aclan, M. & Taylor, R. S. (2017). An evaluation of a caregiver training protocol on the generalization and maintenance of successful pediatric feeding interventions. Behavioral Interventions. doi: 10.1002/bin.1468

 

Tarbox, J., Tarbox, R. S. F., & O’Hora, D. (2009). Nonrelational and relational instructional control. In R. A. Rehfeldt & Y. Barnes-Holmes (Eds.), Derived relational responding applications for learners with autism and other developmental disabilities: A progressive guide to change (pp. 111-127). Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.

Summers, J., Tarbox, J., Findel-Pyles, R. S., Wilke, A. E., Bergstrom, R., Williams, W. L. (2011). Teaching Two Household Safety Skills to Children with Autism. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 5, 629-632.

 

Tarbox, J, Wilke, A. E., Findel-Pyles, R. F., Bergstron, R., and Granpeesheh, D. (2009). A Comparison of Electronic to Traditional Pen-and-Paper Data Collection in Discrete Trial Training for Children with Autism. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 4, 65-75.

 

Tarbox, J., Wilke, A. E., Najdowski, A. C., Findel-Pyles, R. S., Balasanyan, S., Caveney, A. C., Chilingaryan, V., King, D. M., Niehoff, S. M., Slease, K., & Tia, B. (2009). Comparing indirect, descriptive, and experimental functional assessments of challenging behavior in children with autism. Journal of Physical and Developmental Disabilities, 21, 493.

Tarbox, J., Wallace, M. D., Tarbox, R. S. F., Landaburu, H. J., & Williams, W. L. (2004). Functional analysis and treatment of low-rate problem behavior in individuals with developmental disabilities. Behavioral Interventions, 19, 1-18.

 

Ghezzi, P. M., Wilson, G. R., Tarbox, R. S. F., MacAleese, K. R. (2003). Token Economy. In O’Donohue, W., Fisher, J. E. & Hayes, S. C.(Eds.), Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Applying Empirically Supported Techniques in Your Practice (pp. 436-441). New Jersey: John Wily & Sons, Inc.

 

Kurtz, P. F., Chin, M. D., Huete, J. M., Tarbox, R. S. F., O’Connor, J. T., Paclawskyj, T. R., & Rush, K. S. (2002). Functional Analysis and Treatment of Self-Injurious Behavior in Young Children: A Summary of 30 Cases. The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 36, 205-219.

 

Tarbox, J., Wallace, M. D., Tarbox, R. S. F.. (2002). Successful generalized parent training and failed schedule thinning of response blocking for automatically maintained object mouthing, Behavioral Interventions, 17, 169-178.

 

Wallace, M. D., Doney, J., Mintz, C., & Tarbox, R. S. F.. (2002). Training educators to implement functional analyses. The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 37, 89-92.

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