Savage Controversies August 2014

August 7, 2014

The Evidence-based Practices Special Interest Group (SIG) August 2014 newsletter, “Savage Controversies” has arrived. The SIG, a special interest group of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, promotes activities to address the large-scale implementation of evidence-based practices. This newsletter features an article by Katie Wolfe of the University of South Carolina titled, Potential Sources of Error in Clinical Decision-Making. This piece examines the research on clinical decision-making, what is working and what is not, as well as offering recommendations for future research.