I propose a theory, which I am calling either the "Reverse Oedipus Complex" or the "Behavioral Oedipus Complex".
I came across a discussion board the other day that asked the compare the topics of Motivation and Emotion, based on movies about the research of Kinsey, and Masters and Johnson. It sparked a fairly in-depth reply from me, with a behavioral explanation.
Learned Helplessness (LH) is a condition of accepting aversive stimuli in your life as inescapable and unavoidable. This is often observed with animals.
A look at the difference between how medical terms like "Bipolar" are used versus what they really mean, and the importance of Person First Language.
A quick piece on why Person First Language is important, and the misuse of words.
A quick summary of what got me started in my ABA journey.
A quick look at how animal behavior relates to human behavior.
A quick statement on the importance of keeping your word.
A quick summary of important ABA concepts.