Letter to the Boston Globe on “The Mismeasure of Misha: My son broke free from the most common therapy for autism. Why is it used on so many kids like him?”

Where, I wondered, did ABA’s scientific principles come from? “Skinner,” Larry replied. “B.F. Skinner? The Harvard psychologist who trained pigeons to play Ping-Pong?” “Yes.” The mismeasure of Misha: My son broke free from the most common therapy for autism. Why is it used on so many kids like him?  CW: ABA, behaviorism, ableism, quiet handsContinue reading “Letter to the Boston Globe on “The Mismeasure of Misha: My son broke free from the most common therapy for autism. Why is it used on so many kids like him?””