Siri Ming

Siri Ming

The Chicago School

Adjunct Professor


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Published on Nov 28, 2017

Upcoming JABA Publication

I am so pleased to announce that our study on class inclusion will be published in the first 2018 issue of JABA. Many thanks to all of you!

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Published on Feb 15, 2016

That'll be Dr. Siri to you ;)

Hi all—Thanks so much for your support in these projects! I have now successfully completed my Ph.D., and one of these studies is currently in review, with the other about to be submitted for hopef...

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Published on Mar 24, 2015

Presenting at APBA this Saturday!

I'll be at the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts conference this week, and will be presenting results on Saturday (March 28th) of some earlier work on assessing derived relational respo...

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Published on Oct 14, 2014

Fully funded! Thank you.

What a great Canadian Thanksgiving yesterday—thanks to all of you who backed this project, it is fully funded plus a bit more for good measure. I truly am grateful for everything you all contribute...

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Published on Oct 02, 2014

One of these things is not like the other....

One of the projects that I am working on involves being able to understand arbitrary (abstract) same/different relations—that is, how items might be similar or different in ways that are not based ...

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Published on Sep 19, 2014

​A behavior analyst and her daughter sit down at the table with some’ll never believe what happens next!

It's been a bit difficult for me to keep everything updated while I've been traveling, but I deeply appreciate all the sharing of this project that so many of my friends and backers have been doing...

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Published on Aug 28, 2014

Sharing our work in India!

I'll be off next week to Bangalore, where, among other things, I'll be presenting a workshop on teaching generative language skills. I'm pretty excited about that — a few of my clients in India hav...

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It's been quite fascinating working with our students with the class inclusion test. They've been able to easily label the categories of stimuli (one boy I am working with has started saying the category as we set up the trial—he'll say things like, "this one's about animals!"). However, their re...more
Reply to:Phil ChasePhil Chase
Thanks for the comment and references. I'm pretty familiar with many of the early level SRA DI programs, and I recall that someone from Utah State did an analysis of Language for Learning in terms of what relational frames were addressed in that scope and sequence. I'll certainly return to Englem...more