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New and Noteworthy
41st Annual Convention: Early Registration Deadline Extended to March 10!

Due to a high volume of web traffic on our registration pages, ABAI is extending the deadline for early registration through Tuesday, March 10, midnight EDT.


Eighth International Conference: Call for Papers

We are now accepting submissions for our Eighth International Conference on September 27-29, 2015, in Kyoto, Japan! We encourage you to join us in this beautiful and historic city to share your research, applications, and theoretical developments with colleagues from around the world. The deadline for submissions is March 18. Begin the submission process today.


41st Annual Convention: Program on the Web

The program for ABAI's 41st Annual Convention is now available on the web. Start planning your convention experience with our online schedule tool. See you in San Antonio! Click here to view the program on the web.


Announcing 10th Annual Autism Conference: New Orleans

ABAI is proud to announce the 10th Annual Autism Conference in New Orleans, Monday, January 18-Wednesday, January 20, 2016. Keep checking the conference homepage for more details. Visit conference homepage.


Announcing 42nd Annual Convention: Downtown Chicago

ABAI is proud to announce the 42nd Annual Convention in downtown Chicago, Sunday, May 29-Wednesday, June 1, 2016. Pre-convention workshops will begin Saturday, May 28. Visit convention homepage.


41st Annual Convention Pre-Convention Workshop in Focus

"Running Effective Behavior Analytic Social Skills Groups" presented by Gina Fugazzotto, Gail Clifford, and Jamie Reed (Advances Learning Center)


Audience: The intended audience includes BCBAs who train staff to run social skills groups; teachers, SLPs, behavioral instructors, or therapists who run social skills groups; school staff intending to implement social skills instruction as a part of their curriculum; and anyone currently running social skills groups or wishing to run them in the future. PSY/BACB continuing education credit will be available for this workshop.


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