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Professional Presentations and Workshops for Viewing

Below is a sample of presentations from past and present members of our lab. Bold indicates authors who are lab members and all caps indicates the presenting author(s). Presentation materials can be viewed by clicking on the title below.

JOHNSON, D. A. (2017, July). The robots are coming! An analysis of creativity in the workplace. Invited presentation at the Organizational Behavior Management: Origins, Applications, and Advantages Conference, Kinneret Academic College, Israel.

IRELAND, M., Akpapuna, M., Johnson, D. A. (2017, July). Coaching the leaders of tomorrow. Invited presentation at the Organizational Behavior Management: Origins, Applications, and Advantages Conference, Kinneret Academic College, Israel.

SMITH, A. (2017, July). "I knocked myself out in the shower:" Addressing punctuality. Invited presentation at the Organizational Behavior Management: Origins, Applications, and Advantages Conference, Kinneret Academic College, Israel.

AKPAPUNA, M., & Johnson, D. A. (2017, July). Of carrots and sticks: A behavioral approach to motivation. Invited presentation at the Organizational Behavior Management: Origins, Applications, and Advantages Conference, Kinneret Academic College, Israel.

JOHNSON, D. A. (July, 2017). Organizational Behavior Management: An introduction to the science of behavior in the workplace. Invited presentation at the Organizational Behavior Management: Origins, Applications, and Advantages Conference, Kinneret Academic College, Israel.

AKPAPUNA, M., & Johnson, D. A. (2016, May).
It all started with monkeys and raisins: The history of the intrinsic/extrinsic motivation debates.
Presentation at the annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL.

WARRILOW, G., & Johnson, D. A. (2016, May).
Effects of feedback modality on performance
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Presentation at the annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL.

MORRISON, J., Conard, A., & Johnson, D. A. (2016, May).
The durability of behavior change: Temporal generality in Organizational Behavior Management
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Presentation at the annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL.

TILKA, R., Rocheleau, J., & Johnson, D. A. (2015, May).
The role of accuracy and type of evaluation in feedback delivery.
Presentation at the annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, TX.

JOHNSON, D.A.. (2014, June).
The application of Organizational Behavior Management and Behavior-Based Instructional Design to the workplace and educational settings
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Presentation at the Israeli Association for Behavior Analysis Conference, Tel Aviv, Israel.

JOHNSON, D. A. (2013, November).
The need for instructional design with educational innovations
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Ignite-style presentation at the ABAI Education Conference, Chicago, IL.

JOHNSON, D. A. (2013, May).
Evidence-based strategies to improve time management and self-directed learning in higher education
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Invited workshop at the Office of Faculty Development, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.

JOHNSON, D.A., & Lebbon, A. R. (2013, March).
Critical feedback elements every manager should know for enhancing workplace communication.
Presentation at the Academic and Business Research Institute International Conference, New Orleans, LA.

JOHNSON, D.A., & McGee, H. M. (2013, February).
The use and validation of pre-intervention diagnostic tools in OBM
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Presentation at the California Association for Behavior Analysis, Garden Grove, CA.

JOHNSON, D. A. (2012, May).
How to use behavioral science to drive employee performance rather than drive the employees away
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Presentation at the Global Conference on Business and Finance, San José, Costa Rica. Winner of Best in Session Award.

JOHNSON, D. A. (2012, February).
Incorporating instructional design into teaching and training.
Invited presentation at the Texas Association for Behavior Analysis conference, Austin, TX.

JOHNSON, D. A. (2012, February).
A holistic organizational approach to driving the best performance in employees
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Invited workshop at the Texas Association for Behavior Analysis conference, Austin, TX.

JOHNSON, D. A., & Slowiak, J. M. (2011, September).
Out of the lab and into employee training: The application of instructional lessons to the training process
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Invited presentation at the Minnesota Northland Association for Behavior Analysis, St. Cloud, MN.

SLOWIAK, J. M., & Johnson, D. A. (2011, September).
Out of employee training and into the daily grind: The application of OBM to supporting everyday workplace behavior
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Invited presentation at the Minnesota Northland Association for Behavior Analysis, St. Cloud, MN.

JOHNSON, D. A., Casella, S. E., & Lee, S. C. (2011, May).
The science behind behavioral systems analysis: A review of the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management
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Presentation at the annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Denver, CO.

JOHNSON, D. A. (2010, May).
Isolating the critical components of effective feedback on a data entry t
ask.
Presentation at the annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, TX.

JOHNSON, D. A., Arnold, M., Ponick, E., & Schenk-Mathes, H. (2010, May).
Three empirical examinations of employee of the month
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Presentation at the annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, TX.

JOHNSON, D. A., & Dickinson, A. M. (2009, May).
When self-pacing goes wrong: A comparison of two methods for reducing computer-based racing.
Presentation at the annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Phoenix, AZ.

JOHNSON, D. A. (2007, May).
Going beyond simple interactions: How to get the most out of your computer-based instruction.
Invited presentation at the annual Behavioural Management Techniques Leadership Conference, Warrington, Cheshire, UK.

FUQUA, R. W., JOHNSON, D. A., & Rubin, S. (2007, March).
When successful programs are imperiled: Lessons learned from saving Western Michigan University's graduate psychology programs.
Invited presentation at the annual conference of the Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan, Ypsilanti, MI.

 

 

Lab members have presented at regional, national, and international conferences to both professional and lay audiences.

Email: behavioranalyst@gmail.com;
douglas.johnson@wmich.edu