ABAI Congress has been an injection of confidence, courage and enthusiasm for AARBAand our work.
President Richard Mallott reiterated the mission of ABA International and he did it with style: a presentation on the Dream Chaser, those people who devoted and are devoting their lives to spread and to study the behavior. (Coming Soon Online)
Granada, November 26, 2011 – It would take pages to tell what we have learned during this 6th edition of the World Congress of ABA International (Granada, 24-26 November 2011). 520 people attendees from 33 countries worldwide. There were 337 proposals for publication and more than 100 published works, including 6 by AARBA. We have seen how the other ABA Chapters have done to dissiminate science and to affect the choices of institutions. We understood that we are on track and that there is still much to do.
Here is an excerpt of the comments collected during the closing round table, entitled “Future of Behavior Analysis: an overview of challenges and strength.”
By AARBA, thanks to all the Program Committee
Martha Hübner, Ph.D. (International Council Representative to the ABAI; Committee Chair)
Jesús Giménez Tomás Carrasco (Universidad de Granada)
Luis A. Pérez González, Ph.D. (Universidad de Oviedo)
Richard W. Malotte, Ph.D. (Western Michigan University)
Virués Javier, Ph.D. (Spanish ABA)