March 2014: Walsh & Fiorile
Presented a full-day Workshop entitled, Behavior on Trial, at 16th Annual COPAA (Counsel of Parent, Attorneys, and Advocates) Conference in Baltimore, MD.
November 2012: Fiorile & Gilic.
Teaching Pre-Requisite Skills for Vocal Output Devices to Children with Vocal Verbal Deficits. Submitted for publication.
Presented a paper entitled, Teaching Verbal Repertoires for Static and Dynamic Communication Devices at New York State Applied Behavior Analysis Annual Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY.
Presented a symposium entitled, What you Need to Know to Represent/Advocate for a Student, at Annual COPAA Conference in Miami, Florida.
Served as Expert Reviewer for Poster Session at Applied Behavior Analysis Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Presented symposium, Evaluating and Obtaining High Quality ABA Programs, Autism New Jersey Conference, Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Presented paper in Italian language, Naming Theory? for the Association for the Advancement of Radical Behavior Analysis, Milan, Italy.
Presented paper, Verbal Behavior: An Overview, at the 4th Annual Conference on Creating Positive Behavior Support Contexts at School and Home for Children on the Autism Spectrum at Queens College Regional Center on Autism Spectrum Disorders.
2007: Fiorile, C. & Greer, R.D.
The transformation of stimulus function. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior. Click here for document.
Presented paper, An Experimental Analysis of the Transformation of Stimulus Function from Speaker to Listener and Listener to Speaker, at the Annual International Association of Behavior Analysts in Chicago, IL.
Successfully defended doctoral dissertation entitled, An Experimental Analysis of the Transformation of Stimulus Function from Speaker to Listener and Listener to Speaker Repertoires.
Presented pilot study for doctoral dissertation at the Annual International Association of Behavior Analysts Conference in New Orleans, LA.
Presented at the YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities’ 20th Annual International Conference, “New Horizons in Developmental Disabilities: Maximizing People’s Options, Potential and Independence.”