The majority of voting Full members of ABAI voted for Position B, which opposes the use of contingent electric skin shock (CESS) under any condition. This is now the official position of the association. Click here
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Instructor Directory: Our new instructor directory resource contains instructors of ABAI-accredited programs and verified course sequences. The directory was created to help advance our field by facilitating a way for colleagues to search and connect with each other to fulfill teaching-related services, especially in areas with few behavior analysts.
Applied Behavior Analysis Billing Codes Commission: Introducing a new organization dedicated to advancing the understanding and efficacy of the adaptive behavior CPT billing codes.
Why Should Applied Behavior Analysts Care About Quantitative Models of Behavior?
Date: December 7, 2022 | Time: 4:00 PM Eastern
Presenter: Federico Sanabria (Arizona State University)