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The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria is an interview-based show that features conversations with innovative scientists and practitioners in the field of Behavior Analysis. The podcast covers topics such as Autism, Functional Behavioral Assessment, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Functional Communication Training, Verbal Behavior, and more!
 
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Brilliant Observations

Melissa Brilliant, Amy Fugazi

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Real friends. Real funny. We swear. Like, a lot. Join us for unscripted, uncensored, and definitely unsuitable-for-work comedy conversation about relationships, marriage, friendship, sex, hope, parenting and prospering at midlife. It's like grabbing a weekly cocktail with your favorite girlfriends for a candid look at life that lifts you up as it pulls you in. From religion to porn to money, fears, our bodies, our brains, secrets, failures, food, family and finding your path, almost nothing ...
 
Co host of Jefferson Liberty Radio (www.jeffersonlibertyradio.com) full share partner at Forgotten Liberty Media, general conservative commentator, race car owner driver, commercial driver, and patriot MY VIEWS ARE MY OWN AND DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE VEIWS OR OPINIONS OF JEFFERSON LIBERTY RADIO OR FORGOTTEN LIBERTY MEDIA OR ANY ASSOCIATES THEREIN
 
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I'm really excited to chat with Dr. Paulie Gavoni again on the podcast. As long time listeners know, he's been on the show many times, and always brings a down-to-earth, practical point of view to what we do as Behavior Analysts. In preparation for a talk at the recent Hoosier Association for Behavior Analysis event, Paulie did a deep dive on chara…
 
Want a positive spin on the current quarter? Ken tries to convince TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts how great things will look for Apple in Q1FY24 – provided nothing goes wrong. Also – Android is getting one communications app to rule them all (and ditch the green text bubbles). Jeff fills us in on Sunbird. Zocdoc is a FREE app that shows you doctors…
 
It's Nostalgic Tales of Family Meals Past, Dear Listener, and we are here for it. Join us as we wander down a culinary memory lane that neither exists in reality nor disappoints. All that plus Thanksgiving holiday recaps, female eating disorders (don't worry, it's all judgy, no triggers) and a thoughtful reminder that self care shouldn't take all t…
 
Live from bucolic Christchurch, NZ, it's another waste of your time!! Keeping it brief with hotel housekeeping, cricketers & cologne and the Jets being this week's lone #dumbteams. Then I've got Three Gripes, but it's just one gripe: irrational anger. Check it out! #tellyourfriends --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/complaintsandobserva…
 
Year’s end can mean only one thing: War between Spotify and Apple Music. Nick deCourville joins Ken to talk about the end of the year music recaps Wrapped and Replay. Plus – New old content is officially “Included with Apple TV+,” and Will Smith does PR for “Emancipation” Zocdoc is a FREE app that shows you doctors who are patient-reviewed, take yo…
 
Mac Geek Gab co-host Dave Hamilton is really excited about Rapid Security Response coming in iOS 16.2. Ken is as well, though he seems argumentative about it anyway. Also – societal norms around smartphones are still being hammered out, in Dave’s estimation. He’ll drive a conversation about those. Zocdoc is a FREE app that shows you doctors who are…
 
Elon Musk has decided to pick a fight with Apple. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts and Ken talk over the Twitter Owner and CEO’s trollish behavior. Plus – Disney CEO Bob Iger addresses talk of Apple acquiring Disney, and Tim Cook’s post-Thanksgiving visit with victims of the Hingham Apple Store crash. Zocdoc is a FREE app that shows you doctors who a…
 
“iPhone City” isn’t the only city in China seeing protests. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins us to talk societal issues, Foxconn issues, and issues for Apple investors. Then, a Mailbag Monday question from Johnny: If chipmaking needs water, why are chipmakers going to Arizona? Zocdoc is a FREE app that shows you doctors who are patient-reviewed…
 
Dear Listener... or should we say, Dear God, if you only knew what heroic lengths we went to to bring you the show this week. (Cue Melissa, "to what heroic efforts we went"...) Suffice it to say we're so grateful for you, we wouldn't dare leave you hanging on this, the week of thankie thankfulness. To you we say, sincerely, thank you. Happy Thanksg…
 
Editor's Note: I generally publish three episodes a month, but I wanted to share this bonus, fourth episode with you as I know there will be a lot of people embarking on road trips in the coming days. As such, I’ve chosen one of my earliest interviews to re-release, and it’s my first interview with Dr. Pat Friman (originally released in August of 2…
 
News on the Hingham Apple Store tragedy, stirring the Apple/Disney M&A stew, and the noise around various voice assistants – we’re wrapping a holiday shortened week with TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts. Happy Thanksgiving, one and all. Driver Says Apple Store Crash Accidental; Faces Reckless Homicide Charge Boston 25 News Questions Lack of Posts Out…
 
Bad news and interesting topics to tackle Tuesday. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to discuss a tragedy at a Boston-area Apple Store, whether Apple can keep outperforming the markets, processors coming out of the Arizona desert, and Bob Iger’s return as CEO of Disney. Dozens Injured After SUV Crashes Into Boston-Area Apple Store Doubt Over…
 
Will Apple buoy the markets or is it set to sink? Two pieces from Barron’s argue both sides. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to talk them over. Plus – An Apple exec has left Twitter and a former president is invited to return. How likely are Apple and Google to keep a check on the birdhouse? Barron’s Sonenshine Sees Support for Markets in …
 
In the 6th installment of the Apollo Case Study Series, I'm joined by my regular conversation partner, Dr. Jim Moore, along with Christina Nylander. Christina is a BCBA who works at Apollo's Lawrenceville, GA clinic. In this episode, Christina opens up quite a bit and describes how she encountered Applied Behavior Analysis, her early experiences as…
 
Is Apple’s plan to buy chips sourced from Arizona actually good news? Depends which headline you read. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to to talk about the glass half-empty takes. Plus – Apple hardware is filling the glass with medical goodness. Bloomberg Opinion: Apple’s US Chip Move Is as Much About Marketing as Technology Mayo Clinic St…
 
When is old content new again? When Apple TV+ uses it to generate buzz. TMO writer Nick deCourville joins us to talk the Cupertino-streamer’s stealth programming plan. First though, TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts walks us through the Emergency SOS via satellite demo on iPhone 14. How to Practice Using Emergency SOS via Satellite in Demo Mode Apple …
 
Sides, sides, everywhere are sides. From pepperoni stacks that are actually carrots to broccoli casserole, hassleback sweet potatoes and four kinds of dinner rolls, we're rolling through all the Thanksgiving prep that Wegman's can hold.Melissa Brilliant, Amy Fugazi, Brilliant Observations Comedy Podcast による
 
Warren Buffet doesn’t invest in fads. This used to mean he didn’t invest in tech, though between his Apple holdings and the $4.1B he’s invested in chipmaker TSMC, he’s pretty deep in tech at this point. So – what does that mean for technology? “Daily Tech News Show” host Tom Merritt joins Ken to trip down memory lane and peer into tomorrow. Investo…
 
There’s word of a certain malaise inside Apple’s ad department. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to kick that around. Plus – Russian code has been found in apps used by the CDC and the US Army. Jeff will fill us in. AppleInsider: Concern and Malaise Inside Apple's Ad Unit US Army iOS App Found to Contain Code Developed in Russia…
 
Security researchers say Apple was/is tracking a lot of App Store activity in iOS 14.6. In the time of iOS 16.1.1, this has led to a lawsuit. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts and Ken talk that over. Plus – Twitter and Emergency SOS via Satellite and Steve Jobs’ sandals make it into Mailbag Monday! Developers Find Apple May Be Tracking User Data on Ap…
 
China’s new AirDrop limit may go global in 2023. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to discuss that. Plus, rumor has people inside Disney hoping that Apple will try to buy Disney. Ken and Jeff kick the idea around. Apple Puts Limits on Receiving Files via AirDrop From ‘Everyone,’ but Only In China Look who wishes Apple would buy Disney Joe Be…
 
In Session 206, I spoke with Dr. Melissa Gonzalez, BCBA-D, about Pediatric Feeding Disorders, and what Applied Behavior Analysis can offer in this area. Melissa is the Clinical Therapy Director at the Siskin Children's Institute in Chattanooga, Tennessee, arriving there by way of Louisiana State University's Clinical Psychology program and the Kenn…
 
Samsung keeps predicting foldable phones and TMO writer Nick deCourville can’t wait. He joins Ken to talk about that, plus a group that made a foldable iPhone of their own. Then, Oculus creator Palmer Luckey says he’s made a VR rig with a sick and twisted twist: When a user dies in VR, they die in meatspace, too. Samsung Believes Apple Will Enter F…
 
Today, Ken talks with one of his favorite industry people about one of his favorite topics: Creative Strategies Principal Analyst and CEO Ben Bajarin hits the show to talk augmented reality, virtual reality, Facebook, Apple, and the metaverse. Ben Bajarin – CEO and Principal Analyst at Creative Strategies…
 
TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to talk about how wrong Ken was about Apple shares after the weekend iPhone warning. Then, Jeff has many, many thoughts on the chaotic mess than has been Elon Musk’s handling of Twitter. CNBC: Markets Shrug-Off iPhone Warning Ahead of Midterms and CPI Report Apple 3.0: Analysts Analyze Apple iPhone Warning A…
 
A press release on a Sunday night? TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to talk about the bad iPhone news Apple offered and who the news was for. Plus – Major League Soccer may be Apple’s advertising test kitchen for that other football people like so much. Apple Issues Warning on iPhone 14 Pro Production Ming-Chi Kuo: Foxconn Increasing Indian…
 
Much to the chagrin of just about anyone with a functioning brain, here's another episode of this crap. I'm talking about a number of different things that I really know little about, but because I'm obsessed with microphones, I'm going on about Elon Musk and the impending death of Twitter, big oil making more money than they really should be, the …
 
The first Apple Store union in the US has a formal complaint against Apple. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts brings us the story. Then, cross promotions are making Ken cross. Changes to the Weather app and Apple TV prompt the question – Are Apple Services sinking under the weight of their synergies? First US Union of Apple Retail Workers Files Labor …
 
When it comes to paying artists, which streaming music service is the best? TMO writer Nick deCorville and Ken look at the complexities around that question. Plus – Amazon has a new music offering for Prime members that… sounds… like… a thing. Apple Music Pays Artists More Than Double Spotify’s Payout TrustedReviews: Amazon Music’s 100 million song…
 
Oh, dear. Our good friend “Joyce” accidentally overhears some eye-widening content incriminating — AHeM — involving her spouse. What should she do with this ill-begotten intel? And how long must she wait until her spouse spills the beans? Odds are Joyce explodes before we ever find out. Also covered is the high cost of low brow comedy, frequency of…
 
There’s tech news that brings us down and tech news that boosts our spirits. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken today, as each brings one bothersome story and one happy story to the mix. Spotify Calls Apple’s Rejection of Its Audiobook Offerings Anti-Competitive Seeking Alpha: Apple Gets Nipped on Report of App Store Sales Decline The SnapBac…
 
After a long hiatus, Dr. Matt Brodhead returns to Behavioral Observations. In this episode, we discuss the use of punishment in the context of creating effective, ethical behavioral interventions. Of course, pursuant to the Behavior Analysis Certification Board's Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts, punishment should only be considered, "only after d…
 
Concerns around iPhone production and COVID lockdowns have grown louder since the weekend. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to talk through some of those. Plus – was Apple right to shelve a plastic iPad? On Twitter: Ming-Chi Kuo says iPhone Production Delays Delay Planned iPhone Production Delays The Sun: 'Starving' Chinese iPhone factory w…
 
COVID is playing havoc with iPhone production and workers are getting tired of it, TMO Mangling Editor Jeff Guts joins Ken on this Halloween edition to talk about production bumps and reading iPhone availability in the months ahead. Plus – the guy who said new Macs next month now says next year instead. On Twitter: Ming-Chi Kuo says iPhone Producti…
 
Apple has set quarterly records again, but the numbers don’t tell the whole story. What we need is an economic psychologist! Until we find one, we have Ken kicking the numbers around with TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts. Apple Reports Fourth Quarter Results Have a look at Apple's Q4 Numbers You can hear the earnings call through the 10th of November…
 
If you thought it was bad when Apple added two more ad slots to the App Store, hold Apple’s beer. A slew of ads for gambling apps almost make the ad slot additions forgettable. TMO writer Nick deCourville joins Ken to discuss that. Plus – Nick and Ken talk about how Apple is learning from accidental Emergency SOS notifications. Gambling App Store a…
 
From Thanksgiving pregaming to Marvel-inspired spiritual exploration, we dig in on lots of fronts simultaneously this week. And we even manage a Lyrical Gangsta Challenge for Missy. What more could you possibly want? Oh, right. Cover art. Soon, kittens. Very soon.Melissa Brilliant, Amy Fugazi, Brilliant Observations Comedy Podcast による
 
On November 26th, 2019, the first Inside JABA Series podcast was published. This series was the brainchild of Dr. Linda LeBlanc, who at the time was the incoming Editor in Chief, and I have to say, doing these shows has been a highlight of producing this podcast. As I remind people often, I'm not involved in the production or publication of Behavio…
 
Mac Geek Gab co-host Dave Hamilton and Ken discuss the possibility of a post-hardware Apple. Plus, Dave’s been spending time in macOS Ventura – he’ll tell us what he’s seen and what to consider when considering an update. Dan Moren: Apple is quietly preparing for a future without the iPhone–or another big thing macOS Ventura is now available…
 
Oh wow, another one? Yeah, I've only done this 140+ times, but talking into a microphone is a bit of an aphrodisiac so it is what it is! This week I'm talking about that troglodyte, Kanye again and a cockamamie theory about how the American auto industry has killed any possibility of viable public transit in this country. Then it's onto Week 7's #d…
 
Apple has raised the price on Apple Music, Apple TV+, and the Apple One bundles. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts and Ken talk about why now may not have been the best time for that. Plus – U2 frontman Bono spills the beans on the gift of music many iPhone owners did not want. Evercore Analyst Ponders Future of Apple TV+ (Before Prices Increased) App…
 
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