Submissions for the student awards are available for the 2018 conference. Please read for more information.
Information regarding the BABAT 2018 Conference and submission is now available here.
The BABAT Social is now a half day event. 4.5 CEU’s including all of the supervision and ethics CEU’s you need for the year!
A mini-conference combined with a professional social event, all at an amazing price.
Don’t miss the NEW BABAT Social!
Here is our 2017 Annual Conference information page. The conference will be held at University of Massachusetts, Amherst, October 11-13, 2017. Please note the schedule is subject to change before the conference. Registration for the waitlist is now open.
The BABAT Social is an opportunity for New England behavior analysts to gather in an intimate setting to socialize, network, and receive updates on our field. It’s also a fun night out with colleagues and a great way to meet new local behavior analysts. This year’s event will include a cocktail hour with passed hors d’oeuvres, a delicious buffet dinner, a cash bar, and a raffle.
The 2016 Annual BABAT Conference will be held on October 12-14, 2016 at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Schedule Please note that this is subject to changes before the conference. 2016 Annual Conference Program Registration Registration is closed. The links below can only be used to check your existing registration. Attendee Registration at https://umass.irisregistration.com/Home/Site?code=BABAT or the register button below. … Continued
Don’t miss the Annual BABAT Social! When: April 14th, 2016 (5:45-9:00 PM) Where: The Verve, Crowne Plaza, Natick MA (See Map) The BABAT Social is an opportunity for New England behavior analysts to gather in an intimate setting to socialize, network, and receive updates on our field. It’s also a fun night out with … Continued
The 2015 Annual BABAT conference will be held on October 15th and 16th, 2015 at UMass Amherst. For more information about the events at the conference, check out our Conference Flyer (pdf). Online Conference Resources Some of our presenters have provided online resources. Please see below for a list of available resources. Catania & Sundberg … Continued
The BABAT social is a chance for Behavior Analysts in the New England area to network and obtain some CEs.
Download: 2014 Annual Conference Program Invited Speaker Resources Some of the invited speakers from BABAT 2014 have generously provided resources such as PowerPoint slides or book chapters. Links to each resource are provided below. Critchfield_Chapter Dyer Presentation Slides Friman Presentation Slides Silverman Presentation Slides Moore Presentation Slides
THANK YOU FOR MAKING BABAT 2012 A GREAT SUCCESS! The 2012 BABAT conference was held on October 11-12, 2012, at the University of Massachusetts (Amherst). We had a record number of attendees and the conference was one of our best ever. Thank you to everyone who presented and all of our wonderful members! Download: 2012 Annual … Continued
The Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy sponsors one of the oldest and most respected behavior analysis conferences in the nation. At our 32nd annual conference (October 13-14, 2011), we set a new attendance record, with 900 attendees. We received a record number of submissions, and had a record number of invited speakers (22)! … Continued
Conference Highlights The annual conference of the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy (BABAT), one of the nation’s oldest and most respected behavior analytic conferences, was held on October 14 and 15, 2010, at the University of Massachusetts (Amherst). The 31st annual conference was attended by 839 professionals. There were many highlights from this … Continued
The 30th Annual Conference was held on October 15th and 16th, 2009, at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Invited speakers included James Carr, Iser DeLeon, Richard Foxx, Patrick Friman, Greg Hanley, Linda Hayes, Brian Iwata, Lee Kern, Suzanne Letso, Brian Martens, John Northup, Beth Sulzer-Azaroff, Jeff Tiger, and David Wilder. Download: 30th Annual Conference Program
BABAT’s 29th Annual Conference was a great success. Selected CE events: an invited tutorial by Dr. Phil Hineline, “Negative Reinforcement as Mainly a Benign Process,” a workshop by Dr. Bill Ahearn, “On the Ethics of Aversive Control: Why I Will Not Apply Contingent Aversive Stimulation for Swearing,” and a symposium chaired by Dr. Gary Pace entitled … Continued
BABAT’s 28th conference featured invited addresses by Brian Iwata, Dorothea Lerman, Richard Foxx, James Carr, Mark Dixon, David Palmer, Gina Green, Mark Sundberg, Raymond Miltenberger, andSung Woo Kahng. Download: 28th Annual Conference Program
BABAT’s 27th Annual Conference featured many diverse CE Events. Selected CE events: an invited address by Dr. Hank Schlinger, “An Operational Analysis of ‘Consciousness’ and its Implications for a Theory of Mind,” a symposium chaired by John V. Stokes, “The Use of Video Technology: Training Educators and Parents,” and a symposium chaired by Elizabeth Martineau entitled … Continued
Dr. Brian Iwata gave the opening address for BABAT’s 26th Annual Conference. Additional selected CE events: the post-lunch address by Dr. Jack Michael, “Motivation in Terms of Establishing or Motivating Operations,” and an invited presentation by Dr. Dorothea Lerman entitled “The Role of Reinforcement Magnitude in the Acquisition, Maintenance, and Reduction of Behavior in Children with … Continued
BABAT’s planning committee went all-out to celebrate the 25th Annual Conference, and it showed. Selected CE events from this conference include: an invited presentation by Dr. James Carr, “Getting Ahead of the Data: Are Certain Behavioral Interventions for Autism Being Prematurely Disseminated,” a symposium chaired by Thomas Byrne entitled “Basic Research in Behavior,” an invited … Continued
BABAT’s 24th Conference featured invited addresses by Saul Axelrod, Patrick Friman, Phillip Hineline, Brian Iwata, John Jacobson, and Raymond Miltenberger. Download: 24th Annual Conference Program