Academic journal article The Behavior Analyst Today

Editor's Note from Michael Weinberg

Academic journal article The Behavior Analyst Today

Editor's Note from Michael Weinberg

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It is with great pleasure that I assume the role of editor of Behavior Analyst Today beginning with this issue. What began 5 years ago as a newsletter has now become a premier on-line journal in the field of behavior analysis, with readers around the world. This was the vision of Joseph Cautilli, who has stepped down from his role as lead editor, and a number of others who were involved in creating the journal, including Beth Rosenwasser, Craig Thomas, and Margaret Hancock. I was also among the originators of BAT, and was asked by the Board of Education of Pennsylvania, who was then recognizing and instituting the Florida Behavior Analyst certification process in the Commonwealth. BAT is an effort requiring many different professionals to publish. The vision that Joe had has continued and grown. This vision includes the notion that a quality journal in our field can be created and sustained that is free of charge to readers and readily accessible by being "on-line." We now have an editorial board consisting of many distinguished behavior analysts, with a growing membership internationally. …

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