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  1. Behavior Analysis: What is it? Where has it been? Where is it going?
    Behavior Analysis: What is it? Where has it been? Where is it going?

    Behavior analysis has gained a lot of popularity in recent years as it grows both in its research base and application. Many new students, researchers, educators, and clinicians are dipping their toes into the behavior analysis pool, eager to dive into a deeper understanding of its contents and purposes. Discussions surrounding behavior analysis tend to focus mostly on ABA therapy and its popularity in Autism treatment. While ABA, or Applied Behavior Analysis, is a highly effective and very popular approach to treating individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ABA and Autism are only small pieces of a much bigger pie. Behavior analysis has a rich history, bright future, and it is definitely worth taking a closer look at.

  2. To Study Statistics or to Not Study Statistics. . . That is the Question
    To Study Statistics or to Not Study Statistics. . . That is the Question

    Before we move forward - take a deep breath. Regardless of your knowledge or feelings of competence regarding statistics, here is a strategy that may help you. On the exam, statistics will consist of approximately 10-15 test items. Although that might feel like a lot, it is a much smaller portion of the exam in comparison to other more highly emphasized areas of the test such as ethics and abnormal psychology. ”

  3. Why You Shouldn’t Underestimate the EPPP
    Why You Shouldn’t Underestimate the EPPP

    While I’m not suggesting that one approach the exam with excessive stress, it is an exam that needs to be treated seriously and is not something to be taken lightly. This is especially true after committing four or more years towards your education after obtaining your undergraduate degree.

  4. Dealing With Anxiety
    Dealing With Anxiety

    Anxiety is a huge factor for most people when facing the prospect of taking their social work exam. Anxiety can put you into a “fight or flight” adrenaline response. This response is great when facing a saber-toothed tiger, but not so great when you are trying to focus and answer test questions.