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Mission

To advance awareness, development, and access to the practice of behavior analysis in the State of Tennessee by: 

a) Encouraging the understanding of behavior analysis in academic, research, and the natural environments; 

b) Supporting the design and application of effective behavioral procedures to improve the quality of life of the citizens of Tennessee 

c) Serving as a professional reference group for those who identify themselves as scientists or practitioners in disciplines that embrace the principles and practices of behavior analysis; 

d) Advising political, legislative, and policy-making bodies with respect to all matters pertaining to behavior analysis 

e) Organizing an annual conference that shall serve as a forum for the presentation of scientific and technological achievements, clinical practice, as well as for discussion of the affairs of the organization; 

f) Publishing and distributing information on behavior analysis.

 

2018 Executive Committee

President: James Meindl

Regional Representatives:

  West: Annie Cornelius

  Middle: Loretta Muchukot

  East: Laura Forkum

Student Officers:

  West: Lerkenda Little (U of M) 

  Middle: Marina Velez (Vanderbilt)

  East: Cindy Freer Conley (TTU)

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