The Behavior Analyst Today

Covers communication between the sub disciplines within behavior analysis, such as behavioral assessment, work with various populations, basic and applied research. Publishes original research, reviews of sub disciplines, theoretical and conceptual work, applied research, program descriptions, research in organizations and the community, clinical work, and curriculum developments.

Articles from Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter

Applied Behavior Analysis Credential Program in Pennsylvania and Beyond
In June of 1997, Dr. William Penn, Director, Bureau of Special Education (BSE), Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) convened a focus group in Harrisburg to review Pennsylvania's current strengths, needs, and resources in the area of autism....
Hi There! A Message from Founder and Co-Editor, Joseph Cautilli, M.Ed., M.Ed., CBA
I remember the morning of May 30th, 1999 well ... I was in Chicago attending the 25th Annual convention for the International Association for Behavior Analysis ... and I received some frightening information: I had been elected editor of the Clinical...
Issues of Acceptance in Chronic Pain Populations
Chronic pain, defined as recur- rent pain which last for longer than six months, represents a wide spread and challenging problem affecting as many as 75 million Americans and which has considerable impact on the quality of life for the people who...
The Curse of Exciting Times: Current Challenges within the Field of Clinical Behavior Analysis
There is an old Chinese curse that says "may you live in exciting times" and we as clinical psychologists are certainly living in exciting times these days. Most of us are aware of the increasing pressure community-based clinical psychologists are...
What Does Organizational Behavior Management Have to Offer Social Service Organizations? an OBM Primer for ABA'ers
The credentialing of behavior analysts has launched a new group of professionals into the work force. As the behavior analytic profession grows and the number of workers in the area continues to multiply, more behavior analysts will form their own...