What is Behavior Analysis?
Behavior analysis is a school of psychology based on the principles of behaviorism. This approach focuses solely on behavior without attention to the mental processes, thoughts, and emotions that are occurring. More About Behavior Analysis
America Psychological Association Division 25: Behavior Analysis
- Division 25 - Behavior Analysis promotes basic research, both animal and human, in the experimental analysis of behavior; it encourages the application of the results of such research to human affairs, and cooperates with other disciplines whose interests overlap with those of the Division. The Division publishes Division 25 Recorder, a newsletter distributed two times a year to all members and affiliates, who also receive PsycSCAN: Behavior Analysis & Therapy, published quarterly. Division 25 participates in the APA annual convention, sponsoring individual speakers, symposia, and special events, such as receptions and an annual dinner. Official Site of Division 25