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50th Annual Convention; Philadelphia, PA; 2024

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Business Meeting #177
Experimental Analysis of Human Behavior Special Interest Group
Saturday, May 25, 2024
7:00 PM–8:00 PM
Marriott Downtown, Level 3, Liberty Ballroom Salon A
Chair: Catherine Williams (University of North Carolina Wilmington)
Presenting Authors:
This will be the business meeting for the Experimental Analysis of Human Behavior Special Interest Group (EAHB SIG). We welcome all to join us (whether you are active in the SIG or never heard of it before reading this!) to hear about current activities, listen to our student paper competition winner, and discuss our future directions. The mission of the EAHB SIG is to promote the experimental analysis of behavior with human subjects as a means of addressing important fundamental questions about human problems and human nature. In recent years, the energies of EAHB SIG members have focused on three continuing projects: (1) The EAHB SIG Distinguished Contributions Award: This award is designed to recognize substantive and sustained contributions to the EAHB literature. The award is presented at the annual convention. (2) The Student Paper Competition: The competition is designed to promote and recognize scholarly activity in the Experimental Analysis of Human Behavior. Participants receive high quality reviews from experts in their respective areas of research. (3) The Experimental Analysis of Human Behavior Bulletin: The SIG also maintains an online journal (ISSN 1938-7237) for the publication of empirical articles, technical reports, and other types of articles of interest to researchers engaged in the experimental analysis of human behavior.
Keyword(s): EAHB, Experimental Analysis, Human Behavior, Human Operant



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