Team HIBster Training & Programs

Team HIBster provides student, staff, and parent trainings and programs for all areas of education.

All trainings, programs, and presentations can be modified to meet your unique needs.

Custom trainings, programs and presentations are also available by request.

All trainings, programs and presentations can be scheduled with an accompanying staff, student or parent version in support of NJ HIB-ITP.

Student Programs

Digital Citizenship & Online Safety Introduction (3-12)

With all the mass connectivity, devices and vast communication related technology, kids are subject to navigating the unrelenting online world with little regard to for their own safety. Our kids today, are utilizing the advances of technology without truly understanding the aspects around being a good digital citizens, Netiquette and being safe. Each day children are being exposed to inappropriate material, subject to online predators and even bullying/cyber bullying. During this presentation, students will learn: tools to recognize and address these issues in an age appropriate manner. Subject is tailored to fit grades 3-12.

  • What is a ‘digital citizen’?
  • The Nine foundations of Digital Citizenship
  • Connectivity, devices and the internet
  • Permanence of data& the digital footprint
  • Internet & privacy
  • Posting information safely
  • Taking a pledge to be a good digital citizen
  • How is being a citizen of the internet the same/different than my home town?
  • What are the implications of digital citizenship in today’s world?
  • Understand that computers can be used to visit far-away places and learn new things.
  • Understand that staying safe online is similar to staying safe in the real world.
  • Describe how to travel safely on the Internet.

Internet and Technology Safety: A Roadmap to Protecting Students (3-12)

Students receive a much milder presentation of the points listed above. Care is taken not to provide “suggestions” to the student attendee. Rather, the focus is on awareness to the dangers that exist online, exercising responsible online behavior. Students are presented with appropriate options and responses if they or their peers are in crisis. In this program an emphasis is placed on bullying actions and consequences. The following three roles will be addressed in the program:

  • The Bully: The program will cover what constitutes bullying and the consequences to these actions.
  • The Victim: Coping skills will be discussed and methods for getting help will be presented.
  • The Bystander: The student will learn techniques for passively or actively intervening when witnessing

Presentations can be customized to any age group.

Internet Safety & Social Media Awareness (5-8)

  • Connectivity and Devices
  • Digital Footprints
  • Structure of The Internet – What Makes It Dangerous
  • Strangers On-Line & Posting Others Information
  • Social Media Awareness and what you need to know!
  • Stalking/Invasion of Privacy
  • Nothing Truly Gets Deleted
  • Digital Etiquette/Inappropriate Content
  • Bullying and Cyberbullying

Pre-Prom / Graduation Presentation (11-12)

The end of the school year is extremely festive for students, particularly those in their Junior and Senior year. It is around this time that most schools provide presentations to the students regarding drug and alcohol usage. Additionally, many schools offer a similar presentation to parent which adds a component of the liabilities parents face by providing alcohol to underage students. During this presentation, students and parents learn the dangers and potential illegalities of posting information online. Attendees will learn the following:

  • The dangers of listing the address of a post-prom shore houses on Facebook and other social media
  • The dangers and illegalities of taking pictures of an unsuspecting or unwitting persons (sleeping or incapacitated)
  • The fallout for posting compromising pictures themselves in future job searches or college applications
  • Many more of the dangers and issues surrounding technology and irresponsible postings

Tormented – A Story of Survival: Bullying Prevention (9-12)

A very powerful and moving program from the perspective of a social worker and author who endured years of bullying as an adolescent and teenager.

LGBTQ

Coming Out 101 (9-12)

What does it mean when someone comes out of the closet? What is that experience like for many LGBTQ people? Learn about coming out identity models and participate in discussions and activities that will provide insight to the coming out process so that you can better support LGBTQ people.

Sex vs. Gender vs. Sexuality (9-12)

Sex, gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation are separate identities that are oftentimes misunderstood and confusing to folks. In this workshop, we will start to dispel the stereotypes associated with with sex, gender, and sexuality and gain greater insight to these identities through individual mapping. Sex, gender, and sexuality terminology are also covered in this interactive session.

New

Bullying in Sports: The Injuries We Don’t See

Provides an increased awareness on bullying and the various types of behavior that is often associated within sports. Coach Randy’s presentation identifies the bully culture that exists within sports, identifies the types of bullies (Bully Coach, Bully Parent & Bully Player), identifies warning signs of being bullied and/or aggressive behavior, lists effective strategies for dealing with conflict and prejudice, and encourages coaches to empower players to become “Upstanders” and leaders in their school community.

The Bully in Me – Helping faculty identify how they contribute to bullying

Gossip. Sarcasm. Playing favorites. Teasing. These are only a few ways teachers unknowingly contribute to the culture of bullying. Whether through the socialization of students, accepting inappropriate behavior from select individuals, or poor role modeling, teachers sometimes inadvertently participate in bullying. Designed to raise awareness of this sensitive topic, this program allows educators to confront an important component of bullying and take proper steps to address it.

Five Secrets to Effective Classroom Management

Managing classrooms require creativity, patience and other secrets that are shared in this important training. Educators are challenged that the answers to their classroom challenges are within, not without.

School Staff, Contracted Service Providers and Volunteers

All staff trainings can be modified to meet your unique needs. Custom staff trainings are also available by request. All staff trainings can be scheduled with accompanying parent/community and student presentations.

Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act for School Staff, Contracted Service Providers and Volunteers

This is a thorough, step-by-step review of the ABR from start to finish. Designed by an educator with legalese translated to be comprehensible to educators.

Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act for Anti-bullying Coordinators and Administrators

This is a thorough, step-by-step review of the ABR from start to finish. Designed by an educator with legalese translated to be comprehensible to educators.

Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act for Anti-bullying Specialists and School Safety Teams

This is a thorough, step-by-step review of the ABR from start to finish. Designed by an educator with legalese translated to be comprehensible to educators.

Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act for Board of Education Trustees

This is a thorough, step-by-step review of the ABR from start to finish. Designed by an educator with legalese translated to be comprehensible to educators.

Conducting Lawful and Effective HIB Investigations

HIB Investigative process from start to finish. Student interviews, evidence collection, ABR Criteria, and recommendations for remediation.

How to Utilize I&RS in Support of Anti-bullying Student Remediation

  • I&RS and School Safety Team Articulation
  • Best Practice Remedial Measures for HIB Actors
  • How to Develop HIB Student Safety Plans for HIB Targets
  • How to Develop I&RS Plans for HIB Actors Who Exhibit Behavioral Difficulties
  • Maintaining IDEA/ADA Disciplinary Compliance for Students with Disabilities
  • Best Practice Strategies for utilizing technology to maximize efficiency

Internet and Technology Safety – A Road Map to Protecting Children

In today’s technological age, school faculty faces a daunting task of teaching and mentoring children free of constant negative influence. Access to undesirable people and information is prevalent and extremely difficult to monitor. This is exacerbated by the fact that most kids are more proficient and comfortable with technology than adults. Consequently, faculty members need to educate themselves on the danger today’s children face from this constantly connected online world.

In an effort to educate and empower teachers and other faculty to keep a better watch over children the following presentation is being offered: Internet and Technology Safety – A Road Map to Protecting Children. During this 60 to 90 minute presentation, faculty will learn of the following danger areas:

Online Sexual Predators

  • Access to Pornography – Intentional and Unintentional
  • Online Aggression (Cyber Bullying)
  • Dangers of Posting Personal Data and Online Stalking
  • Online Addictions
  • Sexting (Self Produced Promiscuous Photos) – Response Plan presented
  • Irresponsible Technology Usage
  • Psychological Fallout From Inappropriate Usage and Exposure and its Effect on Student Behavior

After being made aware of the dangers, faculty will learn the tools to fight back. Among the tools presented are the following:

  • Dealing With Psychological Repercussions of Exposure and Constant Connectedness
  • Techniques for Communicating With Children About Technology Dangers
  • What To Do If You Have an Incident – School Response

Lawful Management of HIB Records

This training emphasizes HIB record maintenance and maintaining student privacy rights in compliance with NJAC and FERPA.

Practical Guide to School Safety Team Management

An Interactive and Hands-on Workshop for Anti-Bullying Coordinators, Specialists, and School Safety Team Members

  • How to Recruit, Develop and Nurture an Effective School Safety Team
  • How to Develop an Effective and Efficient School Safety Team Meeting Schedule and Structure
  • Best Practice Strategies for utilizing technology to maximize efficiency

Practical Guide to Improving School Culture & Climate

An Interactive and Hands-on Workshop for Anti-Bullying Coordinators, Specialists, and School Safety Team Members

  • School Culture and Climate – It has to be everyone, all day, every day
  • Best Practice Strategies for Developing School Culture & Climate Programs
  • Examples of Cost Effective Student-Centered School Culture & Climate Programs
  • Best Practice Strategies for utilizing technology to highlight programs

Teen Dating Violence & Healthy Relationships

The state of NJ recently passed a law to help address the prevalence of dating violence and the issues surrounding forming healthy relationships. One out of four adolescents report physical, emotional, or sexual abuse from a dating partner. Unhealthy, abusive, or violent relationships can cause both short-term and long-term effects, including poor school performance, substance abuse, depression and anxiety and suicide attempts. The law requires schools to address these issues within the school curriculum and develop content. During this presentation, staff will learn:

  • The legal definition and components of dating violence
  • What is dating violence, i.e. physical, sexual and emotional abuse
  • What is considered a “dating partner”
  • Age appropriate examples & Scenarios
  • Recognizing the trouble signs
  • Common excuses and misunderstandings
  • How technology plays a role in the progression of dating violence
  • Self-respect and what constitutes a healthy relationship
  • Forming healthy relationships
  • Impact on healthy relationships into adulthood

LGBTQ Trainings

Coming Out 101

What does it mean when someone comes out of the closet? What is that experience like for many LGBTQ people? Learn about coming out identity models and participate in discussions and activities that will provide insight to the coming out process so that you can better support LGBTQ people.

LGBTQ Programming

Whether you are looking for LGBTQ-specific programs that you can bring to your campus, or interested in finding out how you can enhance your current programming to include LGBTQ people and issues, this workshop will present just that and more! Not only will participants be able to identify ways they can create more inclusive programs, participants will be able to identify easy, inclusive ways they can intentionally educate their campus community through programs, observances, and activities that are fun and engaging for the entire community.

Starting a GSA

Looking to start a Gay Straight Alliance on your campus? This workshop provides details for students and advisors on how to build the foundation for your student organization. Choosing a name for your organization, developing program ideas, and where to find additional, important resources are available in this seminar.

Transgender 101

“Transgender” is an umbrella term used to describe a wide range of identities but what do those identities mean and how can we best support our transgender students? Participants in this foundational workshop will leave with a better understanding of transgender terminology, the issues that affect transgender students and their families, and will be able to identify ways they can create inclusive spaces for trans people on their campuses. Bathrooms, names, and gender pronouns will also be discussed in this session.

Sex vs. Gender vs. Sexuality

Sex, gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation are separate identities that are oftentimes misunderstood and confusing to folks. In this workshop, we will start to dispel the stereotypes associated with with sex, gender, and sexuality and gain greater insight to these identities through individual mapping. Sex, gender, and sexuality terminology are also covered in this interactive session.

Behavior Management & Special Needs Trainings

Functional Behavior Assessments

Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs) are comprehensive behavioral evaluations that provide valuable information pertaining to a child’s behavior and it’s affect on their ability to learn and function in school, home and community settings. This workshop will present a user-friendly template of an FBA, including all key components (observation, data collection, parent/staff interviews, review of key documents, summary, and recommendations). Discussion on the use of FBA’s to guide behavioral and academic programming will be incorporated.

Behavior Intervention Plans

Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs) are to be included in student IEP’s who require ongoing behavioral support within a school setting. BIP’s can prove very effective in home and community settings as well. An effective Behavior Planning model and template will be shared. The model includes the main components of a comprehensive plan including baseline rates of behavior, antecedent strategies, the treatment plan, data collection methods and relevant research.

Applied Behavior Analysis: A Universal Set of Guiding Principles

The principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) have proven themselves effective in educating and modifying behavior in children diagnosed as being on the Autism Spectrum. The fact of the matter is that these principles can be universally applied to foster functional, meaningful change in all individuals in varied educational, home and community settings. The workshop will define ABA, discuss the core principles, the methods for determining the functions of behavior and the importance of data collection and tracking behavior.

Effective School-Wide Behavior Management Programs

Positive Behavior Supports in schools and classrooms are an effective component to promoting appropriate behavior and decreasing inappropriate behavior. This workshop focuses on fostering appropriate behavior through a systematic program that utilizes the principle of Positive Reinforcement to “reward” appropriate behaviors. We will touch on the core components of reinforcement including determination of reinforcers of appropriate potency and ensuring that reinforcers are provided at an appropriate frequency. We will learn about token (generalized) reinforcement. Sample class-wide and school-wide systems will be shared.

Understanding AUTISM

The most recent edition of the DSM has modified the definition of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). This workshop will define ASD and share the criteria for diagnosis. Common characteristics of the disability will be discussed as well as some effective educational and behavioral interventions.

An Overview of Behavioral Disabilities

Students diagnosed as having a behavioral disability have special needs needs that require specialized behavioral intervention and support. We will identify and discuss varying behavioral diagnoses including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and varying Anxiety Disorders. Current trends in addressing needs of these students will be shared, including appropriate programming and intervention.

Behavior Management in the Classroom

All classrooms benefit from the implementation of Positive Behavior Supports to promote appropriate student behavior. Tiered systems of support provide intervention at all levels from least to most intensive. We will discuss the hierarchy, ranging from an overarching class-wide system, to individual Behavior Intervention Plans for students. We will identify ways to determine the function of behavior and the role of reinforcement and punishment in changing behavior.

Positive Behavioral Supports

The implementation of Positive Behavior Supports is the primary approach to teaching new, appropriate behavior to students in school settings. Unfortunately, many schools still rely primarily on the use of punishment to address challenging behavior. While there is a place for punishment in schools and in life, this presentation will focus on fostering a culture of “positivity” and the use of Positive Reinforcement to change behavior. We will learn about determining the function of behavior and the development and implementation of specific, positive strategies to change behavior.

Comparing the Use of Positive Reinforcement and Punishment in Effective Behavior Change

The use of positive interventions or punishment can foster behavior change. This workshop will compare the two approaches, define what each means and how they work to change behavior. We will introduce the principle of Extinction (planned ignoring) and it’s role in changing behavior. Finally we will discuss the importance of developing behavioral interventions that provide the best opportunity for true behavior change over time.

Self-Injurious Behaviors

This training will review Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) and develop a greater awareness of who is at risk; NSSI among adolescents and teens; causes of NSSI; and best practices for detection, intervention, and treatment of NSSI.

Turn Around that Student with Challenging Behaviors: Strategies for Success (General Education)

The law requires that all students with special needs be educated in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE). This means that many students with special behavioral needs are entitled to be educated in inclusive settings. At times, their behavior may interfere with the ability for them or others to learn to their potential or may draw negative attention to them. Teachers and support staff need not despair! We will discuss the importance of identifying target behaviors, understanding why they happen and developing appropriate interventions to change the behavior. The presentation focuses on the challenges that come with addressing behavior in a general education classroom.

Why Does this Behavior Continue to Happen? Understanding the Functions of Behavior

The exhibition of aberrant behavior can pose challenges in any number of settings including home, school and community. Most often, parents, teachers and caregivers act quickly to implement intervention that may or may not get at the root cause of the behavior. This presentation will speak to the importance of determine the true “Function” of challenging behaviors in order to address them at the core and affect meaningful behavior change. Methods of Functional Behavior Assessment will be shared from basic to more comprehensive.

NJ Department of Education Mandated Trainings

Potentially Missing/Abused Children Reporting

Training on procedures for the early detection of missing, abused, or neglected children through notification of, reporting to, and cooperation with the appropriate law enforcement and child welfare authorities.

Law Enforcement Operations

This training will review the policies and procedures established in the subchapter on law enforcement operations for substances, weapons and safety and the exchange of information regarding the practices of the education and law enforcement.

Mandatory Gang Awareness Training for School Administrators

This training will satisfy the annual requirements as set forth by the Office of the Attorney General on the topic of gangs and gang activity.

School Safety & Crisis Preparation and Management

This training will enable employees to recognize and appropriately respond to safety and security concerns, including emergencies and crises, consistent with the district board of education’s plans procedures and mechanisms for school safety and security. School Crisis Management planning and preparation training and consultation is also available.

Parents and Community Members

All programs can be modified to meet your unique needs. Custom programs are also available by request. All parent/community programs can be scheduled with accompanying staff trainings and student presentations in support of NJ HIB-ITP.

Harassment, Intimidation or Bullying Prevention

Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act for Parents: Understanding Bullying, and What the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Means for You, Your Child, and Your Child’s School

This is a thorough, step-by-step review of the ABR from start to finish. Designed by an educator with legalese translated to be comprehensible to parents.

A-B-C’s of Bullying Behaviors: Why do they happen? How do I change them?

This parent presentation is designed to give parents the knowledge they need to work with children who exhibit challenging behaviors. Children who exhibit challenging behaviors do so for a reason. The same applies to students that are alleged as committing Harassment, Intimidation or Bullying. This workshop focuses on determining “Function of Behavior” via simple, objective observation and data collection. Learn to look for triggers (Antecedents) of behavior and to be aware of the reaction (Consequences) that you and others have to the behaviors that either work to perpetuate or cease the behavior. We will discuss the development and implementation of strategies to address and change behavior based on the apparent function.

Cyber Bad: The Causes and Effects of Cyberbullying Among Adolescents and Teens

The use of technology (instant messaging, text and picture messaging and social networking sites) is quickly becoming the primary means of bullying, harassment, cyberstalking, and other forms of risk-taking among adolescents. The immediacy and relative anonymity of technology-based communication increases the overall likelihood of impulsive and inappropriate behaviors. This workshop will provide a review of the NJ Anti-bullying Bill of Rights Act and detail the current trends in cyber-bullying, harassment and victimization, particularly as they relate to developmental and psychosocial factors in childhood and adolescence. Participants will explore how the blending of technology and adolescent development creates a potent and dangerous combination, leading to excessive risk-taking and the inability to control impulses and foresee consequences.

Digital Citizenship & Online Safety Introduction

In today’s technological age, parents face a daunting task of raising their children free of constant negative influence. Access to undesirable people and information is prevalent and extremely difficult to monitor. This is exacerbated by the fact that most kids are more proficient and comfortable with technology than their parents. Consequently, parents need to educate themselves on the danger today’s children face from this constantly connected online world.

In an effort to educate and empower parents to keep a better watch over their children, Heroes and Cool Kids offers, Internet and Technology Safety – A Parent’s Roadmap to Protecting Their Children. During this 90-minute presentation, parents will learn of the following danger areas:

  • Online Sexual Predators
  • Access to Pornography – Intentional and Unintentional
  • Online Aggression (Cyber Bullying)
  • Dangers of Posting Personal Data and Online Stalking
  • Online Addictions
  • Sexting (Self Produced Promiscuous Photos)
  • Irresponsible Technology Usage
  • Psychological Fallout From Inappropriate Usage and Exposure

After being made aware of the dangers, parents will learn the tools to fight back. Among the tools presented to parents are the following:

  • Technology Monitoring Options (Computer and Mobile Phone) – Keeping an Eye On Your Child’s Online Activity
  • Dealing With Psychological Repercussions of Exposure and Constant Connectedness
  • Techniques for Communicating With Children About Technology Dangers
  • What To Do If You Have an Incident

Internet and Technology Safety: A Parent’s Roadmap to Protecting Their Children

In an effort to educate and empower parents to keep a better watch over their children, the following presentation is being offered: Internet and Technology Safety – A Parent’s Roadmap to Protecting Their Children. During this 90-minute presentation, parents will learn of the following danger areas:

  • Online Sexual Predators Lurking in Homes
  • Access to Pornography – Intentional and Unintentional
  • Online Aggression (Cyber Bullying) – What to do if your child is the victim or the aggressor.
  • Dangers of Posting Personal Data and Online Stalking (Think Before You Allow Your Child to Post or
  • Online Addictions
  • Sexting (Self Produced Promiscuous Photos)
  • Irresponsible Technology Usage
  • Psychological Fallout From Inappropriate Usage and Exposure

After being made aware of the dangers, parents will learn the tools to fight back. Among the tools presented to parents are the following:

  • Technology Monitoring Options (Computer and Mobile Phone) – Keeping an Eye On Your Child’s Online Activity
  • Designing Appropriate Usage of Technology for Your Family
  • Dealing With Psychological Repercussions of Exposure and Constant Connectedness
  • Techniques for Communicating With Children About Technology Dangers
  • What To Do If You Have an Incident – Where to Go for Help

Helping Parents Understand Bullying and Working with their Children

The objective of this program is to help parents understand the definition of bullying, the impact bullying can have on all involved, and what steps can be taken to address and prevent bullying.

Core Subjects:

  • Definition of bullying
  • How bullying can affect students
  • Warning signs of bullying
  • Effect on families of students who are bullied
  • What can parents/guardians do if child is bullied at school
  • Whose responsibility it is to stop bullying at school
  • What can be done to address bullying at home

Teen Dating Violence & Healthy Relationships

The state of NJ recently passed a law to help address the prevalence of dating violence and the issues surrounding forming healthy relationships. One out of four adolescents report physical, emotional, or sexual abuse from a dating partner. Unhealthy, abusive, or violent relationships can cause both short-term and long-term effects, including poor school performance, substance abuse, depression and anxiety and suicide attempts. The law requires schools to address these issues within the school curriculum and develop content. During this presentation, parents will learn:

  • The legal definition and components of dating violence
  • What is dating violence, i.e. physical, sexual and emotional abuse
  • What is considered a “dating partner”
  • Age appropriate examples & Scenarios
  • Recognizing the trouble signs
  • Common excuses and misunderstandings
  • How technology plays a role in the progression of dating violence
  • Self-respect and what constitutes a healthy relationship
  • Forming healthy relationships
  • Impact on healthy relationships into adulthood

LGBTQ Trainings

Coming Out 101

What does it mean when someone comes out of the closet? What is that experience like for many LGBTQ people? Learn about coming out identity models and participate in discussions and activities that will provide insight to the coming out process so that you can better support LGBTQ people.

Transgender 101

“Transgender” is an umbrella term used to describe a wide range of identities but what do those identities mean and how can we best support our transgender students? Participants in this foundational workshop will leave with a better understanding of transgender terminology, the issues that affect transgender students and their families, and will be able to identify ways they can create inclusive spaces for trans people on their campuses. Bathrooms, names, and gender pronouns will also be discussed in this session.

Sex vs. Gender vs. Sexuality

Sex, gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation are separate identities that are oftentimes misunderstood and confusing to folks. In this workshop, we will start to dispel the stereotypes associated with with sex, gender, and sexuality and gain greater insight to these identities through individual mapping. Sex, gender, and sexuality terminology are also covered in this interactive session.

Behavior Management & Special Needs Programs

Understanding AUTISM

The most recent edition of the DSM has modified the definition of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). This workshop will define ASD and share the criteria for diagnosis. Common characteristics of the disability will be discussed as well as some effective educational and behavioral interventions.

Why Does this Behavior Continue to Happen? Understanding the Functions of Behavior

The exhibition of aberrant behavior can pose challenges in any number of settings including home, school and community. Most often, parents, teachers and caregivers act quickly to implement intervention that may or may not get at the root cause of the behavior. This presentation will speak to the importance of determine the true “Function” of challenging behaviors in order to address them at the core and affect meaningful behavior change. Methods of Functional Behavior Assessment will be shared from basic to more comprehensive.

Positive Parenting I – Behavioral Supports

The implementation of Positive Behavior Supports is the primary approach to teaching new, appropriate behavior to students in school settings. Unfortunately, many schools still rely primarily on the use of punishment to address challenging behavior. While there is a place for punishment in schools and in life, this presentation will focus on fostering a culture of “positivity” and the use of Positive Reinforcement to change behavior. We will learn about determining the function of behavior and the development and implementation of specific, positive strategies to change behavior.

Positive Parenting II – Comparing the Use of Positive Reinforcement and Punishment in Effective Behavior Change

The use of positive interventions or punishment can foster behavior change. This workshop will compare the two approaches, define what each means and how they work to change behavior. We will introduce the principle of Extinction (planned ignoring) and it’s role in changing behavior. Finally we will discuss the importance of developing behavioral interventions that provide the best opportunity for true behavior change over time.

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