The Association for Behavior Analysis International seeks to be an organization comprised of people of different ages, races, nationalities, ethnic groups, sexual orientations, genders, classes, religions, abilities, and educational levels. ABAI opposes unfair discrimination.
ABAI's diversity policy was accepted by the Executive Council in 1994.
Code of Ethics
The Association for Behavior Analysis International expects its members to uphold the highest standards of personal and professional behavior in the conduct of their work and the advancement of behavior analysis. ABAI embraces the diversity of professions within its membership; thus each ABAI member should adhere to the ethical standards that have been defined for his or her profession. Examples include, but are not limited to:
ABAI's code of ethics statement was accepted by the Full members of ABAI in 2007.
The Executive Council of the Association for Behavior Analysis International has issued the following position statements:
Restraint and Seclusion, 2010
Facilitated Communication, 1995
Students' Rights to Effective Education, 1990
Right to Effective Behavioral Treatment, 1989