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    • Ole Ivar Lovaas - His life, Merits and Legacy 

      Øzerk, Kamil; Vea, Gunvor Dalby; Eikeseth, Svein; Øzerk, Meral R. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Ole Ivar Lovaas (1927 - 2010) is known worldwide for his research within the field of Applied Behavior Analysis, and is probably the most influential researcher within the field of treatment ...
    • Om begreper: Forståelse av Selvet i Atferdsanalyse 

      Løkke, Jon A; Løkke, Gunn E H; Arntzen, Erik (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      In dictionaries, the “self” is described as “… a central and unique side to an individual´s personality, characterized by the individual´s organized and lasting experiences of his or her identity.” For behaviorists the ...
    • Om bruken av begrepet naming i atferdsanalyse 

      Arntzen, Erik; Lian, Torunn (Norsk Tidsskrift for Atferdsanalyse;41(2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Begrepet naming har ulik betydning innen ulike deler av den atferdsanalytiske litteraturen. Når samme begrep brukes for ulike atferdsfenomen kan det lett oppstå misforståelser. I denne artikkelen identifiserer vi hvordan ...
    • On Motivating Operations at the Point of Online Purchase Setting 

      Fagerstrøm, Asle; Arntzen, Erik (The Psychological Record;63 (2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Consumer behavior analysis can be applied over a wide range of economic topics in which the main focus is the contingencies that influence the behavior of the economic agent. This paper provides an overview on the work ...
    • On recent attempts to rebrand “behavior analysis” as “behavior science” 

      Carr, James E.; Luke, Molli M.; Arntzen, Erik (European Journal of Behavior Analysis (EJOBA);Volume 21, 2020 - Issue 1, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-04-25)
      In recent years, behavior analysts have increasingly used the term behavior science to describe the discipline behavior analysis. These “rebranding” efforts have not been concentrated in any particular domain of behavior ...
    • On the effectiveness of including meaningful pictures in the formation of equivalence classes 

      Arntzen, Erik; Mensah, Justice (Journal of The Experimental Analysis of Behavior;Volume 113, Issue 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-01-12)
      In three experiments, 165 adult participants were trained on 12 baseline conditional discriminations and tested for the formation of three 5-member equivalence classes (AàBàCàDàE). All experiments included two reference ...
    • On the effectiveness of including meaningful pictures in theformation of equivalence classes 

      Arntzen, Erik; Mensah, Justice (Journal of The Experimental Analysis of Behavior;Volume 113, Issue 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-01-12)
      In three experiments, 165 adult participants were trained on 12 baseline conditional discriminations and tested for the formation of three 5-member equivalence classes (AàBàCàDàE). All experiments included two reference ...
    • On the role of trial types in tests for stimulus equivalence 

      Eilifsen, Christoffer; Arntzen, Erik (European Journal of Behavior Analysis;10(2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      Some studies which have shown that differences in outcome on tests for stimulus equivalence dependent on different training structures, have run the tests as separate blocks without baseline trials interspersed in between ...
    • On the use of morphing techniques in conditional- discrimination procedures 

      Arntzen, Erik; Nartey, Richard K.; Steingrimsdottir, Hanna Steinunn (Experimental Analysis of Human Behavior Bulletin;32(1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    • On the utility of within-participant research design when working with patients with neurocognitive disorders. 

      Steingrimsdottir, Hanna Steinunn; Arntzen, Erik (Clinical Interventions in Aging;10, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Within-participant research designs are frequently used within the field of behavior analysis to document changes in behavior before, during, and after treatment. The purpose of the present article is to show the utility ...
    • Opp og stå! Konkurranse som metode for å få ansatte til å arbeide stående 

      Bugten, Oliver Barth; Sagvik, Camilla; Ree, Gunnar (Norsk Tidsskrift for Atferdsanalyse;44(1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      For å få folk til å være mer aktive trengs tiltak som påvirker adferd i riktig retning. Kontorer er arbeidsplasser med mye stillesitting, men de tillater økt aktivitet. Ved å utnytte kunnskap om grunnleggende og høyere ...
    • Opplæring i å Følge Beskjeder i Barnehagen hos et Barn med Autisme ved «Errorless Compliance Training» 

      Kløfta, Emilie; Nikolaiasen, Silje; Eldevik, Sigmund (Norsk Tidsskrift for Atferdsanalyse;Nummer 1 (Sommer 2020), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Barn med autisme har ofte utfordringer med å følge enkle beskjeder i hverdagen. I samarbeid med foreldre og barnehagen ønsket vi å lære et barn med autisme å følge beskjeder. Vi baserte det på «Errorless Compliance Training». ...
    • Organizational resilience in the oil and gas industry: A scoping review 

      Bento, Fabio; Mercado, Marina Prado; Garotti, Luciano (Safety Science;Volume 133, January 2021, 105036, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021-10-20)
      Resilience derives from the study of socio-ecological systems and refers to the dynamical capacity to adapt to internal and external perturbations by changing its mode of operation without losing its ability to perform. ...
    • Organizational Silos: A Scoping Review Informed by a Behavioral Perspective on Systems and Networks 

      Tagliabue, Marco; Lorenzo, Flora (Societies;Volume 10, Issue 3, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-07-24)
      In recent years, several organizations have implemented interventions aimed at integrating work processes and bridging network clusters. These are often permeated by different assumptions regarding clusters in organizational ...
    • Outcomes of behavioral intervention for children with autism in mainstream pre-school settings 

      Eldevik, Sigmund; Hastings, Richard P.; Jahr, Erik; Hughes, J. Carl (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011-04-07)
      We evaluated outcomes for 31 children with autism (2–6 years of age at intake) who received behavioral intervention in mainstream pre-school settings and a comparison group of 12 children receiving treatment as usual. After ...
    • Overføring av Stimulusfunksjoner 

      Eilertsen, Jon Magnus; Arntzen, Erik (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Hensikten med den foreliggende studien var å undersøke effekten av overføring av stimulusfunk - sjoner på påvirkningen av preferanser og valg. Videre ble det undersøkt hvorvidt bruken andre stimuli enn de som er vanligvis ...
    • Parental burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic 

      Skjerdingstad, Nora; Sinkerud Johnson, Miriam; Johnson, Sverre Urnes; Hoffart, Asle; Ebrahimi, Omid Vakili (Family Process;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-12-14)
      Increased and long-term parental stress related to one's parental role can lead to parental burnout. In the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, families experienced intensified pressure due to the government-initiated ...
    • Parenting in a pandemic: Parental stress, anxiety and depression among parents during the government-Initiated physical distancing measures following the first wave of COVID-19 

      Sinkerud Johnson, Miriam; Skjerdingstad, Nora; Ebrahimi, Omid Vakili; Hoffart, Asle; Johnson, Sverre Urnes (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Drawing on the tenets of family stress theory, the aim of this study is to examine parents' perceived stress, symptoms of anxiety, depression, and associated risk- and protective factors across demographic subgroups during ...
    • Patterns of motor activity in spontaneously hypertensive rats compared to Wistar Kyoto rats 

      Fasmer, Ole Bernt; Johansen, Espen Borgå (Peer reviewed; Journal article; Journal article, 2016-12-01)
      Background: Increased motor activity is a defining characteristic of patients with ADHD, and spontaneously hyper - tensive rats have been suggested to be an animal model of this disorder. In the present study, we ...
    • The PAX Good Behavior Game: One Model for Evolving a More Nurturing Society 

      Johansson, Magnus; Biglan, Anthony; Embry, Dennis D. (Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-08-25)
      This paper describes the culture and components of the PAX Good Behavior Game and offers it as one model for how to enhance the well-being of populations through the diffusion of nurturing practices into several venues of ...