Back to Blog The Top Resources for the Behavior Analysis Professional Blog Share Share on FacebookFollow us on LinkedInShare on PinterestShare via Email The field of behavior analysis is a rapidly expanding discipline, with new research and practical applications emerging on an ongoing basis. For professionals in the field, whether they work in education, government, or private practice, staying up-to-date on the latest news is critical. By exploring the links below, you will find a wide range of invaluable resources, helping you stay informed on the latest trends. Behavior Analyst Certification Board www.bacb.com Many of our students enroll to fulfill requirements and prepare for the BCBA Certification exam. The Behavior Analyst Certification Board website includes information about eligibility and application processes, exam schedules and fees, general exam info, and continuing education. Association for Behavior Analysis International www.abainternational.org ABAI is a nonprofit membership organization that enhances and supports the science of behavior analysis. Through research, education, and practice, the ABAI promotes the growth and vitality of the field. The website offers a variety of resources, including a calendar of events, online publications and career support. The website also includes information about upcoming continuing education events and conferences, and information about how to become a member of this organization. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis seab.envmed.rochester.edu/jaba/ The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis is a psychology journal that publishes research about applications of the experimental analysis of behavior to problems of social importance. Most articles are available online at no cost. Some content is based on subscriptions. Evidence-Based Instructional Practices https://ebip.vkcsites.org/ The Evidence-Based Instructional Practices is a website that provides information and videos that are evidence-based and effective for young children with autism and other disabilities. This website can be used as a tool for early childhood practitioners, parents/caregivers, and other professionals. The website contains written procedures, datasheets, and demonstration videos that can be used to supplement instruction for parents/caregivers and professionals in Early Childhood Education, Special Education, and Applied Behavior Analysis. National Standards Project https://www.nationalautismcenter.org/national-standards-project/ The National Standards Project provides information about which interventions have demonstrated effectiveness for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) for parents, caregivers, educators, and service providers. Phase 1 quantifies the research supporting interventions that target characteristics of ASD in children who are under the age of 22, and Phase 2 provides an updates to the literature for interventions for both individuals above and below the age of 22. Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies www.behavior.org The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies is a non-profit organization that harnesses the expertise of hundreds of behavioral scientists to solve problems in the home, school, community, and the workplace. The content on the website includes journals, videos, blogs, and podcasts on a wide variety of topics in the field. BehaviorScience.org www.behaviorscience.org This website creates and provides access to comprehensive basic, applied, and theoretical resources for behavior analytic scientist-practitioners. This includes developing new initiatives that contribute to the dissemination of behavior science worldwide, as well as creating a behavior analytic network that facilitates the dissemination of already existing resources.