MELBOURNE, FLA. —Florida Institute of Technology’s School of Psychology and the Behavior Analysis Student Association will host the Fifth Annual Applied Behavior Analysis Conference Feb. 4. Titled, “A Conversation About Punishment: 3 Perspectives,” the conference will be held on campus in the Gleason Performing Arts Center, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The conference speakers are Merrill Winston, an expert in the analysis and treatment of severe behavior disorders with special groups; Matthew Israel, founder of the Judge Rotenberg Educational Center, which provides behavioral treatment to children and young adults with autism and conduct or psychiatric problems; and Aubrey Daniels, a noted authority on the application of scientifically-proven laws of human behavior to the workplace.
The conference fee is $50 per person and Florida Tech students are free; a deli lunch is included. A job fair will also be held to give job seekers an opportunity to network with companies that are hiring behavior analysts.
The Gleason Performing Arts Center is located on University Boulevard on campus. For more information, e-mail Dan DeRosa at email@example.com.