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The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria is an interview-based show that features conversations with innovative scientists and practitioners in the field of Behavior Analysis. The podcast covers topics such as Autism, Functional Behavioral Assessment, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Functional Communication Training, Verbal Behavior, and more!
 
Real friends. Real funny. We swear. Like, a lot. Join us for unscripted, uncensored, and definitely unsuitable-for-work comedy conversation about relationships, marriage, friendship, sex, hope, parenting and prospering at midlife. It's like grabbing a weekly cocktail with your favorite girlfriends for a candid look at life that lifts you up as it pulls you in. From religion to porn to money, fears, our bodies, our brains, secrets, failures, food, family and finding your path, almost nothing ...
 
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Back from an entirely underserved vacation to bring you more crap that you didn't want! This week I'm joined by one of the more interesting people I've met, Ben Sultan, who is the co-creator of the best puzzle game on the internet, Beardle. We also talk about SO much more and all of the fascinating and random shit that he's done in his life. How he…
 
Oh boy, as the kids these days say, this show is a straight up banger. Dr. Jim Moore joins me again in our second installment in the Apollo Case Study Series, where we go deep into all things functional assessment. Right out of the gate, I want to note that we do spend time reviewing both functional analysis and treatment data of clients that Jim h…
 
This was a fun one for sure. In Session 188, I chatted with Drs. Jill Dardig and Bill Heward about a whole host of topics, including their new book, Let's Make a Contract: A positive way to change your child's behavior. In this conversation, we covered: How Jill and Bill discovered Behavior Analysis, especially at a time when it wasn't as ubiquitou…
 
Happy Mother’s Day, kids! Missy flies down to Floriduh to experience the warmth of her familial bonds first hand (and earns a Triple Word Score from her kids in the process). Stuart tries, again, and fails — again — to surprise anyone for Missy’s birthday. Amy inspires us all with the 30 Day Orgasm Challenge, courtesy of Netflix’s Sex Education. An…
 
In Session 187, Steve Ward joins me to discuss how to help individuals - in particular, individuals with severely limited communicated repertoires - who demonstrate challenging repertoires that are colloquially referred to as Anxiety. Given that tortured sentence, you can probably already imagine that in this episode, we discuss how Steve conceptua…
 
An episode that's only half bad because I was able to book a guest that's far more interesting than I am! Start the show talking about Dave Chappelle, the Celtics, Bruins and West Ham United before getting too far into the weeds on Roe v. Wade. Then I'm joined by Stuart Todd Whitworth, singer/songwriter out of San Diego to talk about his album "If …
 
Whassup, Tennessee? Nice laws you got there. We endorse! Brian drops the goods on Amy’s complete lack of accountability. Isn’t he cute? Strangers routinely misgender Butters. And Missy celebrates Mallory’s Most Momentous College Decision with a rousing round of Remember When. Paging Kelly Clarkson… Amy continues her Judgmental Fashion: Celebrity Ed…
 
Even after waiting a day for the episode to come out it's still the usual pile of crap! This week I'm talking about absurdly random items including the Celtics first round win, dumb Republicans, Bernie Sanders vs Amazon, the celebrity "hall pass" discussion (sup, Busy?), Twitter again and the Brockton Fair. Then it's on to this week's Three Gripes:…
 
Five thousand dollar blow job anyone? It’s the Hamilton episode, gang, complete with tears in the theatre, inappropriate husband car talk, cotton mouth dental surgery, and an impromptu self actualization session for Amy that might just make you feel better, too. Look around, look around, how lucky we are to be alive right now! Missy comes to the de…
 
In Session 186, I am joined by Chrissy Barosky, Clinical Director for Bierman Autism Centers. In this episode, we discussed how their organization adopted a Precision Teaching approach for their learners. You heard that correctly, a large multi-state organization transitioned all of their data collection practices to the Standard Celeration Chart. …
 
Back after a break that no one noticed! Talking about all manner of things this week including the variety of shit going on in Florida...Disney, the judiciary, redistricting...a bit about everyone's favorite oligarch, Elon Musk and his love of Twitter. I also touch on the weird sarcophagus at Notre Dame. Then I've got two outstanding voicemails fro…
 
Amy returns from her ridiculously luxurious trip to Italy, complete with a Five Star Fist Fight™, accidental opiod exposure and a new interpretation of her already iconic last name. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, Missy dipped her toe (see what I did there?) into feline-based identity politics only to emerge as confused as the silly little kitten who…
 
In Session 185, AKA Inside JABA Series #11, I'm joined by Drs. Linda LeBlanc, Jeff Tiger, and Javier Virues-Ortega for a deep dive into automatically maintained behavior. This session was inspired by the study Javier and his colleagues published in the Spring 2022 issue of JABA (Virues-Ortega, Clayton, Perez-Bustamante, Gaerlan, and Fahmie, 2022). …
 
Come again, my Lord? It’s the Bridgerton Heavy Sighs episode, gang, replete with steamy references to that lake scene, that garden scene, that art studio scene, and that bedroom bedroom bedroom bedroom bedroom scene. Did we mention the bedroom? Missy’s Puss Toe makes a reappearance. And Amy shares her anxiety over packing a bag for vacation. (Such …
 
A day late and SO many dollars short! This week I'm talking about...um...this week which includes suits, our cat, Florida, Star Wars & flying. I dip into some sportz by marveling at both Tiger Woods' comeback and how bad the Red Sox pitching is. Then it's on to Three Gripes: waiting, kids on planes & mixing religion with politics. It's terrible so …
 
I'm really excited to introduce a new special podcast series that I'm publishing with Dr. Jim Moore of Apollo Behavior. In this series, we're going to talk about a lot of practical topics that we hope will resonate with BCBA's of all experience levels. We have great plans to discuss topics like supervision, functional assessment, skill acquisition,…
 
The slap heard round the world still lingers, friends, only this time we’re doing the slapping. Missy disgusts us all with tales of her swole toe. Amy plots a new plan for the Brilliant Family Passover. And Will Smith takes yet another beating. All this and more, on today’s Brilliant Observations. Do doo doo doo dooooooooooo! In a world of Putins, …
 
An episode that is probably better than last week's, but let's be honest, they're all terrible. Talking about a weekend trip to Maryland that included a wedding, drunk kids and gasoline. Then I get into the Will Smith/Chris Rock nonsense before I talk a bit of sportz. Then it's on to Three Gripes: non-dairy creamer, boat names and extortion in the …
 
And suprise... and surprise. Exercise is one thing, but this is ridiculous. Peleton rolls out a new expansion plan, starting with Melissa’s beach house (surprise!). If that’s not enough, the Universe decides to send Missy a new outfit to go along with it (surprise surprise!). Amy struggles with fashion. And friendship. And cognitive recall, apparen…
 
I know you're thrilled that I'm back. I know it so don't lie. It's ok though, I won't tell anyone. I'm back from vacation and this week I'm talking about the NFL, flying, the trip to Las Vegas and asshats in Northampton. Then we're on to Three Gripes: hotel hallways, groups with matching t-shirts and having an opinion. It's everything you didn't mi…
 
It's the Judgy Parenting episode, gang, but don't worry. We're doing the judging. Amy likens her parenting style to a driverless boat speeding out of control, while Missy sees her role as slowly until her too-near death. Fun! There's also the Penis Game (is it, though?), creepy weepy lady part cookies (for Purim!) and, as usual, Missy has the last …
 
I've seen posts on social media here and there about World Behavior Analysis Day, but honestly I did not know a whole lot about it. And this is why I was really excited to sit down and chat with WBAD President, Elizabeth Drago, for a deep dive. It turns out that WBAD is more than a 'high five' amongst like minded behavioral scientists. In fact, the…
 
Dr. Kevin Luczynski joins me for a really fun conversation in Session 182 of The Behavioral Observations Podcast. If you're not familiar with Kevin, he is an Assistant Professor at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the Director for the recently initiated Virtual Care Program at the Munroe Meyer Institute. In this episode, we cover the f…
 
What's the best cure for a massively deserved hangover? Dirty talk, courtesy of Melissa's close encounter with a back-of-the-neck breathing Level Jumper. Check please! It's all crudity in this one, gang. Just doing our part to temporarily distract those who deserve a laugh from the horrors of daily life. Glory to Ukraine. Glory to the Heroes. Love …
 
A flowing river of nonsense as I spew a bunch of hot sports takes at you seeing as I haven't in far too long. I'm talking about Tom Brady and his glorious return, West Ham United and their glorious victory, Kyrie Irving & baseball is back! Yay? All that and literally nothing else so check it out! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/compl…
 
Look, I'm always honest with you folks and so I need to tell you that this one is probably pretty terrible... Anyways, this week I'm talking about Bob Kraft, jobs, gasoline, Ukraine, states being shitty and two dynamite ideas. Then it's on to Three Gripes: resealable packaging, old people & YouTube. All that and very little else so check it out! #T…
 
Protest caravans, normalized shoplifting, Venmo deadbeats, foot-in-mouth disease (times two!) and our favorite Ukranian sanctions. This week has something for everyone, kids. Missy and Stu close on the beach house just in time for Edgar and friends to ask them to leave. Missy embarrasses herself in at the veterinarian’s office (again). And your fav…
 
In this episode, Antonio makes a discovery about music, the guys debate the viability of getting rid of their cell phones, and they get an education on African proverbs, baseball, cheesecake, and most importantly, school, from their guest, Edward Richerson.Door Meredith Howell-Turner
 
Welcome back, Complainers. It's another edition of the #WorldsWorstPodcast and this week is chock full of crap as usual! I do shallow dive on the current war in Ukraine and their Russian aggressors before getting into the MLB lockout and food adventures I've had over the past couple of weeks. Then it's on to Three Gripes: Celebrity babies, podcasti…
 
Ready for a little news-of-the-day getaway? Join us as we experience a Broadway show through a virgin's eyes, play rubber toy tug (and lose), and ponder the world's most subjective question: can a penis be too big? Plus! Missy unveils a new listener engagement tool (bless her heart), more beach house bathroom updates, Amy welcomes a visiting child …
 
In Session 181, Dr. Francesca Degli Espinosa, Ph.D, BCBA-D, joins me for a wide-ranging conversation that in my opinion, got better and better as it went on! If you're not familiar with Francesca or her work, she is director and consultant at ABA Clinic Ltd., adjunct professor at the University of Salerno, and a guest lecturer at Queen's College, B…
 
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