Criminal Behaviorology

Criminal Behaviorology

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Criminal Behaviorology is the synthesis of criminology and behavior analysis. This podcast reviews areas of importance to both fields and explores new possibilities. Criminal Behaviorology is a podcast for all those interested in crime, psychology, history, and improving the world we live in. Contact: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Cover art photo provided by David von Diemar on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@emotionspicture Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology/support


Behaviorism Applied Everywhere: Joe Cautilli Discusses the Many Uses of Behavior Analysis
Aug 28 • 89 min
Criminal Behaviorology Joseph Cautilli, behavior analyst extraordinaire, discusses, at length, the use of this field in corrections, and in the treatment of mental disorders including depression, ADHD and schizophrenia. Joe also lists some of the past…
Bad Analysis Equals Wrongful Conviction: The Tragic Case of Timothy Masters
Jul 27 • 69 min
Criminal Behaviorology Bad Analysis Equals Wrongful Conviction: The Tragic Case of Timothy Masters Timothy Masters was released from a Colorado prison in 2008 after serving nine years for a crime he did not commit. In this episode, we will review an…
I Have Decided to Call this Criminal Behaviorology
Jun 26 • 32 min
Criminal Behaviorology I Have Decided to Call this Criminal Behaviorology In a recent symposium, presented online, your host had the opportunity to present on the Application and Dissemination of Applied Behavior Analysis in the Criminal Justice Field.…
Criminology from a New Perspective: The Psychosocial View
May 18 • 91 min
David Gadd and Tony Jefferson wrote the book Psychosocial Criminology. These gentlemen graciously agreed to interview via WebEx and discuss the ideas in the book. Although we had some differences in approach to the fascinating world of criminality, we…
Religion Reinforced – Religion as a schedule-induced behavior and the case of “King” James Strang
Apr 5 • 63 min
Criminal Behaviorology Religion Reinforced – Religion as a schedule-induced behavior and the case of “King” James Strang Timothy reads from a 2009 article on religion as a schedule-induced behavior by Paul S. Strand. In addition, a reading from Larry B.…
Criminal Profiling, Serial Killers, Necrophilia, and Other Things
Feb 29 • 59 min
Criminal Behaviorology Criminal Profiling, Serial Killers, Necrophilia, and Other Things Eric Hickey, PhD, an author and criminal psychologist, is interviewed on a variety of topics, all related to his interesting career and writings over many years. Show…
A Clockwork Behavior Analysis: Bobby Newman Discusses Myth and Reality Regarding Behavior Analysis, Crime and the Famous Anthony Burgess Story
Jan 24 • 59 min
Criminal Behaviorology A Clockwork Behavior Analysis: Bobby Newman Discusses Myth and Reality Regarding Behavior Analysis, Crime and the Famous Anthony Burgess Story A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess is a controversial and intriguing novel about a…
The Exploitation of Crime: Crimesploitation and the Media Misuse of Reality Crime Stories
Nov 29, 2019 • 61 min
Criminal Behaviorology The Exploitation of Crime: Crimesploitation and the Media Misuse of Reality Crime Stories Paul Kaplan, PhD and Daniel La Chance, PhD, two experts on cultural criminology, have written on Crimesploitation, where reality programs…
Criminal Behaviorology (Trailer)
Nov 16, 2019 • 0 min
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Night of the Shaping Dead: Zombie Behavior, Shaping, and Resurgence
Oct 29, 2019 • 42 min
Criminal Behaviorology Night of the Shaping Dead: Zombie Behavior, Shaping, and Resurgence Being as it is the Halloween season, we can have some fun, right? Dr. Kennon Lattal wrote two blogs for the Aubrey Daniels Institute about zombies from a behavior…
Pirates! Behavior Analysis and Maritime Crime from the Great Lakes to Modern Day Somalia
Sep 19, 2019 • 52 min
Criminal Behaviorology Pirates! Behavior Analysis and Maritime Crime from the Great Lakes to Modern Day Somalia Timothy reads from two books on pirates in the great lakes as well as a Todd A. Ward article on piracy in the coastal waters of Somalia.…
Preventing Suicide in the Military and Among Veterans
Aug 17, 2019 • 54 min
Criminal Behaviorology Preventing Suicide in the Military and Among Veterans Kent Corso is a psychologist, behavior analyst and Air Force veteran. In his many writings and presentations he has provided valuable information on what is known, and what is…
Right Off the BAT: The Operant Conditioning Theory Regarding Domestic Violence
Jul 19, 2019 • 54 min
Criminal Behaviorology Title: Right Off the BAT: The Operant Conditioning Theory Regarding Domestic Violence Dr. Marilyn Bonem is a professor at Eastern Michigan University. In 2008, she co-wrote a study on domestic violence using the Battering Assessment…
51 School Attacks Averted!
Jun 14, 2019 • 48 min
Criminal Behaviorology Title: 51 School Attacks Averted! Frank Straub has been in law enforcement for decades. He has been an advisor to West Point, Indianapolis Chief of Police, a White Plains, NY, Public Safety Director, an Executive Deputy Inspector…
Michigan’s True Crime – Tobin T. Buhk discusses his career as a true crime writer as we focus on his book True Crime: Michigan – The State’s Most Notorious Criminal Cases
Apr 3, 2019 • 52 min
Show Highlights: - How Tobin Buhk became involved with true crime writing and his many books on the topic. - Why we tend to look for a single explanation for why crime occurs, and how a multi-factorial approach is often rejected in favor of more peculiar…
Interview with the Forensic Psychologist – Dr. W. Joseph Wyatt discusses his long career as it is detailed in his book - The Breaking Point Killing: And Other True Cases of Murder and Malice.
Feb 27, 2019 • 56 min
In this interview we cover Dr. Wyatt’s work as an expert witness and how his interest in behavior analysis developed into a unique perspective on crime, forensic psychology and modern mental health care. Show Highlights: - The title case describes how…
The Story of Darius McCollum – Interview with Filmmaker Adam Irving - Off the Rails
Jan 26, 2019 • 41 min
This film covers the surprising and unique story of Darius McCollum, who has stolen numerous New York City subway trains and buses to simply run their usual routes and drop passengers off at their desired destinations. He has been charged with felonies…
The ABAI Substance Use and Addiction Conference in Washington D.C.
Dec 12, 2018 • 35 min
A report on the first ever Substance Use and Addiction Conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis International. This unique conference applied the concepts of behavior analysis to one of our most damaging social problems. After years of failed…
Hostage Negotiation and Behavior Analysis: What Research Tells Us About Making Requests in a Danger
Nov 10, 2018 • 37 min
An article by James Hughes in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (2009) considered how high-probability requests could influence the compliance of hostage takers to the advantage of negotiators. In 2015, Emily Mandel reviewed the article by James…