Hazing! Hank Nuwer on the Tragic Wrongs of Passage
Criminal Behaviorology
by Timothy Joseph
1M ago
Hazing! Hank Nuwer on the Tragic Wrongs of Passage The entire interview can be found on our YouTube channel:  @criminalbehaviorology The views of our guests do not necessarily reflect those of Criminal Behaviorology, nor our sponsors.  Hank Nuwer has been a writer and journalist for decades. One of his interests has been educating the public about the realities of hazing. In this eye-opening interview, Hank discusses the many tragic cases of hazing deaths and injuries, as well as the efforts of victimized families and anti-hazing activists whose mission is to put an end to this pr ..read more
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Lab Leak! Nicholas Wade and the Origin of SARS-CoV-2
Criminal Behaviorology
by Timothy Joseph
3M ago
Criminal Behaviorology  Lab Leak! Nicholas Wade and Origin of SARS-CoV-2 The entire interview can be found on our YouTube channel:  https://youtu.be/b-uyVPAnd5I The views of our guests do not necessarily reflect those of Criminal Behaviorology, nor our sponsors.  Nicholas Wade has written numerous books and articles on science. As the Science Editor for the New York Times (1990 to 1996) he possesses the skills necessary to sift through complicated ideas and arrive at the truth. When the COVID-19 (aka SARS-CoV-2) pandemic began, he soon began to suspect there was an unspoken trut ..read more
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ABA Beyond: A Panel Discussion on Crime and Behavior Analysis
Criminal Behaviorology
by Timothy Joseph
8M ago
Criminal Behaviorology  ABA Beyond: A Panel Discussion on Crime and Behavior Analysis The entire webinar presentation can be found on this YouTube channel (as well as the rest of the series on ABA Beyond):  https://www.youtube.com/@ABABeyondASD/videos The views of our guests do not necessarily reflect those of Criminal Behaviorology, nor our sponsors, should we have any.  As part of a very special series from Southern Illinois University, your host took part in a panel discussion on the issue of crime and behavior analysis. My favorite topic to discuss. I was joined by two ot ..read more
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My Presentation on Competency to Stand Trial Restoration Using Behavior Analysis
Criminal Behaviorology
by Timothy Joseph
1y ago
Criminal Behaviorology  My Presentation on Competency to Stand Trial Restoration Using Behavior Analysis The entire webinar presentation can be found here (which includes Dr. David Feeney’s presentation on remote ABA services):  https://youtu.be/8Sm4NrIqGc0 The video of this presentation only can be found here: https://youtu.be/4Ip4YJQjugw The views of our guests do not necessarily reflect those of Criminal Behaviorology, nor our sponsors, if we had any.  Your gracious host took part in a webinar on August 25th, 2022. This was titled Novel Uses of ABA: Part IV. My modest con ..read more
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The Criminologist Meets the Criminal Behaviorology Podcast!!
Criminal Behaviorology
by Timothy Joseph
1y ago
Criminal Behaviorology The Criminologist Meets the Criminal Behaviorology Podcast!! The Criminologist Podcast link of this entire episode on YouTube can be accessed here: https://youtu.be/eFnYjNwXFLw The views of our guests do not necessarily reflect those of Criminal Behaviorology, nor our sponsors, if we had any. Until last year, I thought of my podcast as the only one covering criminology and forensic psychology, in depth. How wrong I was. Jerrod Brown and Joe Arvidson (The Criminologist Podcast) and I put together a mutual podcast. I have uploaded Joe’s recording of this, first time ever ..read more
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All the (Road) Rage: The Causes of Driver Aggression
Criminal Behaviorology
by Timothy Joseph
1y ago
Criminal Behaviorology All the (Road) Rage: The Causes of Driver Aggression  The video of this entire interview can be viewed here:  https://youtu.be/I4YW5JoDt3A  The views of our guests do not necessarily reflect those of Criminal Behaviorology, nor our sponsors, if we had any.  Dr. Jerrod Brown, Ph.D., is a professor, trainer, consultant, and researcher, and the founder and CEO of the American Institute for the Advancement of Forensic Studies (AIAFS). He has had two previous appearances on Criminal Behaviorology (listed below). He once again came to educate us the subject ..read more
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The FBI Files on B.F. Skinner
Criminal Behaviorology
by Timothy Joseph
1y ago
The FBI Files on B.F. Skinner The video of this entire interview can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/754JkfZn3qc The views of our guests do not necessarily reflect those of Criminal Behaviorology, nor our sponsors, if we had any. Dr. Joe Wyatt, forensic psychologist and behavior analyst, pursued the FBI files on B.F. Skinner through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Among the findings were a strange interest in Skinner as a researcher, family man, and even his acquaintances and former teachers. Why Skinner was of interest to the United States government is unknown. What is known is that ..read more
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Familicide: Jerrod Brown Discusses Family Mass Murders
Criminal Behaviorology
by Timothy Joseph
1y ago
The video of this entire interview can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/Lf6YDjEaaYw Jerrod Brown, Ph.D., is a professor, trainer, consultant, and researcher, and the founder and CEO of the American Institute for the Advancement of Forensic Studies (AIAFS). His previous episode on this podcast is about Mysopedia, the sadistic child serial killer. In this broadcast, he discussed the phenomenon of familicide. Known sometimes as Family Annihilators, this is the murder of a family, committed usually by the father. Jarrod and I talk shop right from the get-go, so podcast listeners here this recordin ..read more
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The McMartin Sexual Abuse Trial: Operant Seeing and the Dangers of Expert Opinion
Criminal Behaviorology
by Timothy Joseph
1y ago
The video of this entire interview can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/xA3ZDZ8COBM Joseph Wyatt, Ph.D., is a retired forensic psychologist, and previous guest on Criminal Behaviorology. In 2002 he took an interest in the infamous McMartin Preschool trial, which took place in California. If you have not heard of this case, take some time to look up the story. It is simply the most shocking case of false accusation I have encountered. Joe takes a critical, and behavior analytic, viewpoint regarding the expert opinion of an archeologist who claimed to have discovered evidence of sinister tunnels ..read more
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Indiana’s Mayhem & Murder: Historical True Crime in the Hoosier State
Criminal Behaviorology
by Timothy Joseph
1y ago
Author Keven McQueen has written books for decades now, and has taken an interest in what he calls “historical true crime.” In this interview we discuss his book on crimes in the Hoosier state before 1940. In addition, some of Keven’s musings on history, society, and the particular sources he has found most helpful in finding these unique stories.  Show Highlights:  - Keven’s journey in becoming a non-fiction author.  - His moral and ethical concerns writing about criminal cases. The reason for his cutoff of 1940 as the last year he will draw stories from.  - Thoughts on th ..read more
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