Behavior Bitches
Behavior Bitches
Apr 12, 2021
Domestic Violence: Using ABA to Help the Victims and Perpetrator
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On today’s show The Bitches sit down with Enasha Anglade, M.S., BCBA, as she shares her past experience with domestic abuse. Enasha’s story fueled her fire #MO to use her understanding of ABA to make a socially significant #applied change for those who are in the same position she was once in or are the perpetrators themselves. We cover how one gets into an abusive relationship, why people stay in the abusive cycle, and how to get out. Our hope is that this episode brings awareness and hope that there is love after abuse. Now all you have to do is tune in or miss the F out!

Show Notes:



Enasha’s website:

Enasha’s Instagram: @laughloveliveagain

Behavior Principles Covered:

  • Intermittent Reinforcement
  • Extinction
  • Behavioral Contingencies
  • Motivating Operations
  • Social Significant Change
  • Modeling
  • CMO-R
  • Respondent and operant behavior
  • FCT
  • Reinforcement (positive and negative)
  • Punishment

Related Journal Articles:

Meyers, 1995, Eliminating The Battering of Women By Men: Some Considerations for Behavior Analysis

Corvo, Dutton, Chen, 2007, Toward Evidence-Based Practice with Domestic Violence Perpetrators

Peterson, Calhoun, 1995, On Advancing Behavior Analysis in the Treatment and Prevention of Battering: Commentary on Myers

Dougher, Hackbert, 1994, A behavior-analytic Account of Depression and a Cased Report Using Acceptance-Based Procedures

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