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Association for Behavior Analysis International

The Association for Behavior Analysis International® (ABAI) is a nonprofit membership organization with the mission to contribute to the well-being of society by developing, enhancing, and supporting the growth and vitality of the science of behavior analysis through research, education, and practice.

Science

Promoting research in behavior analysis is one of ABAI's central goals and the primary purpose of its Science Board. The long-term development of behavior analysis, its strength, and its success depend much on both basic and applied research. ABAI works with several research organizations under the leadership of this board. In addition, ABAI provides grant writing information to members on the web and through articles and workshops. More information about research funding resources is located here.

 

Science Board

Objective: To develop, improve, and support research.

 

Board Coordinator

M. Christopher Newland (2011–2017)

 

Board Members

Yvonne Barnes-Holmes (2016–2019)

Christine E. Hughes (2014–2017)

Claire St. Peter (2015–2018)

William Stoops (2016–2019)

Peter J. Urcuioli (2014–2017)

Jennifer Zarcone (2016–2019)

Thomas R. Zentall (2014–2017)

 

Council Liaison

Peter R. Killeen (2014–2017)

 

ABAI Liaisons

Liaisons facilitate communication and cooperation between ABAI and other behavioral organizations with common goals and missions.

Modifed by Eddie Soh