The Buddha-ful Eightfold Path and Behavior Analysis: Part I
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The Buddha-ful Eightfold Path and Behavior Analysis: Part I Description:
Over the years, there have been a number of publications in behavioral journals regarding the relationship between Buddhism and behavior analysis. Dr. Andy Bondy’s Buddhist studies have led to seeing many aspects of Buddhist teaching that help in the provision of consulting and other types of help when working in the field of behavior analysis. Central to Buddhist teaching is the Eightfold Path. These, and other aspects of Buddhism, will be reviewed in a manner that relates to working within clinical settings. This discussion will focus on how the application of key behavioral principles can be enhanced by incorporating the suggested behavioral changes that accompany each part of the Eightfold Path. We will end by looking at a set of five ‘remembrances’ and how they should lead to action, not merely reflection. This talk is not about religion nor involves any degree of proselytization; it focuses on practice and behavior.
- Describe the elements of Buddhism’s Eightfold Path
- Describe how each element suggests specific actions leading to improved actions by behavior analysts
- Describe how key features of everyday life can lead to changes in interpersonal conduct ·
Presenter and Disclosures: Andy Bondy, PhD