Behavior Analysis in Practice is a peer-reviewed translational publication designed to provide science-based, best-practice information relevant to service delivery in behavior analysis. The target audience includes front-line service workers and their supervisors, scientist-practitioners, and school personnel. The mission of Behavior Analysis in Practice is to promote empirically validated best practices in an accessible format that describes not only what works, but also the challenges of implementation in practical settings. The inaguaral issue of Behavior Analysis in Practice was published in Spring of 2008. Dr. Mark Dixon is the current Editor of the journal.
Call for Papers
Behavior Analysis in Practice (BAP) is accepting manuscripts for future issues. Types of articles and topics published in BAP will include empirical reports describing the application and evaluation of behavior-analytic procedures and programs; discussion papers on professional and practice issues; technical articles on methods, data analysis, or instrumentation in the practice of behavior analysis; tutorials on terms, procedures, and theories relevant to best practices in behavior analysis; and critical reviews of books and products that are aimed at practitioners or consumers of behavior analysis. Authors should use language that is easily accessible to practitioners, clearly define all technical terms, and link research findings directly to practice. For detailed information about manuscript preparation, please use the link to the left or click here.
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