Timeline of the History of Behavior Analysis

So, what was happening? This timeline tells the story of important events in the development of behavior analysis from its beginnings with B. F. Skinner's work in the early 1930s down to the present. Here you can find the people, ideas, and resources that have contributed to the growth of the science of behavior and its applications.

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1913

John B. Watson publishes "Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It"
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John B. Watson publishes "Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It"
1913

Watson writes the classic, "Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It." First published in Psychological Review, Vol 20(2), Mar 1913, 158-177.

 

1917

J. R. Kantor receives Ph.D.
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J. R. Kantor receives Ph.D.
1917

Kantor receives his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Chicago.

1924

J. R. Kantor publishes "Principles of Psychology"
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J. R. Kantor publishes "Principles of Psychology"
1924

Kantor (1888-1984) publishes Principles of Psychology (Vol. I), the first of twenty books that he will publish on psychology, language, history, and culture over the next 60 years. 

1929

B. F. Skinner first enrolls at Harvard
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B. F. Skinner first enrolls at Harvard
1929

Skinner starts graduate study in psychology at Harvard University.

1932

B. F. Skinner describes operant conditioning chamber
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B. F. Skinner describes operant conditioning chamber
1932

Skinner first describes in print his operant conditioning chamber.

1938

Fred Keller accepts a faculty position at Columbia University
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Fred Keller accepts a faculty position at Columbia University
1938

Keller accepts a faculty position at Columbia University, where he and Nat Schoenfeld team up to create an exceptional program in behavior analysis at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Skinner publishes Behavior of Organisms
Experimental Analysis of Behavior
Skinner publishes Behavior of Organisms
1938

1943

The "discovery" of shaping
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The "discovery" of shaping
1943

1944

Estes & Skinner monograph on punishment
Experimental Analysis of Behavior
Estes & Skinner monograph on punishment
1944

1945

B. F. Skinner publishes “On the Operational Analysis of Psychological Terms”
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B. F. Skinner publishes “On the Operational Analysis of Psychological Terms”
1945

Skinner publishes “On the Operational Analysis of Psychological Terms,” Psychological Review.

1947

B. F. Skinner delivers the William James Lectures at Harvard
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B. F. Skinner delivers the William James Lectures at Harvard
1947

Skinner delivers the William James Lectures at Harvard on the topic of verbal behavior.

Keller & Marian Breeland open animal trainers school
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Keller & Marian Breeland open animal trainers school
1947

Keller Breeland and Marian Breeland (later Bailey) begin a school for animal trainers that evolves into Animal Behavior Enterprises of Hot Springs Arkansas, the first behaviorally based (on positive reinforcement) “animals-as-performers” business.

1948

B. F. Skinner publishes Walden Two
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B. F. Skinner publishes Walden Two
1948

 

 

First Conference on the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
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First Conference on the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
1948

First Conference on the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, held at Indiana University. 

1949

Paul Fuller publishes “Operant Conditioning of a Human Vegetative Organism"
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Paul Fuller publishes “Operant Conditioning of a Human Vegetative Organism"
1949

Fuller publishes the first demonstration of operant conditioning with a person who is developmentally delayed (“Operant Conditioning of a Human Vegetative Organism,” published in the American Journal of Psychology). Fuller, is, as far as we know, the first report of a deliberate application of the operant conditioning technique to a clinical situation. In illustrating the method to vegetative idiot Fuller points up the potential for treating all human organisms" (Ullman & Krasner, Case Studies in Behavior Modification, 1965, p. 335)

1950

Keller & Schoenfeld publishes "Principles of Psychology"
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Keller & Schoenfeld publishes "Principles of Psychology"
1950

Keller & Schoenfeld publish the first textbook with a behavior-analytic focus, Principles of Psychology

Ralph Gerbrands sells the first commercial cumulative recorder
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Ralph Gerbrands sells the first commercial cumulative recorder
1950
C. B. Ferster joins Skinner in the Harvard pigeon lab
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C. B. Ferster joins Skinner in the Harvard pigeon lab
1950

Ferster joins Skinner as a post-doctoral fellow in the Harvard pigeon lab.

1953

Murray Sidman publishes “Two Temporal Parameters of the Maintenance of Avoidance Behavior by the White Rat”
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Murray Sidman publishes “Two Temporal Parameters of the Maintenance of Avoidance Behavior by the White Rat”
1953

Sidman publishes “Two Temporal Parameters of the Maintenance of Avoidance Behavior by the White Rat” in the Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology.

B. F. Skinner publishes Science and Human Behavior
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B. F. Skinner publishes Science and Human Behavior
1953
Ogden Lindsley and B.F. Skinner start the Behavior Research Laboratory
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Ogden Lindsley and B.F. Skinner start the Behavior Research Laboratory
1953

Ogden  Lindsley, with B. F. Skinner, starts the first laboratory dedicated to the study of human operant behavior, the Behavior Research Laboratory, at the Harvard University Medical School and Metropolitan State Hospital. There he undertook pioneering research on the operant behavior of people diagnosed with schizophrenia.  

1956

Nathan Azrin publishes his first experiment involving punishment
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Nathan Azrin publishes his first experiment involving punishment
1956

1957

B. F. Skinner publishes Verbal Behavior
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B. F. Skinner publishes Verbal Behavior
1957
C. B. Ferster & Skinner publish Schedules of Reinforcement
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C. B. Ferster & Skinner publish Schedules of Reinforcement
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1958

Noam Chomsky publishes his review of Skinner’s "Verbal Behavior"
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Noam Chomsky publishes his review of Skinner’s "Verbal Behavior"
1958

Noam Chomsky publishes his critical and highly influential review of Skinner’s Verbal Behavior.

Joseph Brady joins the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
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Joseph Brady joins the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
1958
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior is founded
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Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior is founded
1958

The Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior is founded, with C. B. Ferster as its first Editor.  

Nathan Azrin accepts position at Anna, Illinois State Hospital
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Nathan Azrin accepts position at Anna, Illinois State Hospital
1958

Azrin is hired as director of treatment development at Anna, Illinois State Hospital, where he creates the Behavior Research Lab.

1959

Joseph Brady sets up program to train monkeys for space flight
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Joseph Brady sets up program to train monkeys for space flight
1959

Brady sets up a program to train rhesus monkeys Abel and Baker to perform an operant task (Sidman avoidance) in space in a capsule attached to a Saturn missile, a precursor to manned space flight by U. S. Astronauts.

1960

Murray Sidman publishes "Tactics of Scientific Research"
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Murray Sidman publishes "Tactics of Scientific Research"
1960

Sidman publishes Tactics of Scientific Research, giving behavior analysis its methodological Bible.

Dick Malott founds Behaviordelia
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Dick Malott founds Behaviordelia
1960

In the 1960s Dick Malott founds Behaviordelia, a publishing company that produced many of the early text books that attracted a new generation of students to behavior analysis. Behaviordelia also produced bumper stickers, like the one associated with this timeline, which spread the message of behaviorism. 

1961

James G. Holland and B. F. Skinner publish "The Analysis of Behavior"
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James G. Holland and B. F. Skinner publish "The Analysis of Behavior"
1961

James G. Holland and B. F. Skinner publish the first programmed textbook, The Analysis of Behavior.

Ivar Lovaas begins work at UCLA on the treatment of autism
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Ivar Lovaas begins work at UCLA on the treatment of autism
1961

Lovaas begins his pioneering work at UCLA on the behavioral treatment of autism.

Keller goes to Brazil on a Fulbright grant
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Keller goes to Brazil on a Fulbright grant
1961

Fred Keller goes to Brazil on a Fulbright grant, and is so doing sets into play the development of behavior analysis in Brazil (Keller is second from the left).

Francis Deegan Horowitz moves to the University of Kansas
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Francis Deegan Horowitz moves to the University of Kansas
1961

Horowitz moves to the University of Kansas, where she soon is invited to preside over an emerging program in human development, laying the foundation for the most important program in applied behavior analysis in the country and, indeed, the world. 

1962

Arizona State University’s psychology department begins its reign as “Fort Skinner in the Desert”
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Arizona State University’s psychology department begins its reign as “Fort Skinner in the Desert”
1962

Arizona State University’s psychology department begins its reign as “Fort Skinner in the Desert” under the Chairmanship of Arthur Bachrach.

"The Journal of Mathetics" begins publication
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"The Journal of Mathetics" begins publication
1962

The Journal of Mathetics, the first journal devoted to applying behavior analysis, begins publication with Thomas Gilbert as its first Editor. An idea before its time, it survives for only two issues. 

1963

The Experimental Analysis of Behavior Group holds inaugural meeting in London
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The Experimental Analysis of Behavior Group holds inaugural meeting in London
1963

The Experimental Analysis of Behavior Group, an organization of behavior analysts from the United Kingdom, holds its inaugural meeting, in London.

Jack Michael publishes "Laboratory Studies in Operant Behavior"
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Jack Michael publishes "Laboratory Studies in Operant Behavior"
1963

Michael publishes Laboratory Studies in Operant Behavior, an influential laboratory manual for teaching behavior principles.

1964

Juniper Gardens Children’s Project begins in Kansas City
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Juniper Gardens Children’s Project begins in Kansas City
1964
Division 25 of APA established as Division for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
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Division 25 of APA established as Division for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
1964

Division 25 of the American Psychological Association is established as the Division for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. It changes its name to the “Division for Behavior Analysis” in 2000.

1965

Ted Ayllon & Nate Azrin of Anna State Hospital describe 1st token economy
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Ted Ayllon & Nate Azrin of Anna State Hospital describe 1st token economy
1965

Ted Ayllon & Nathan Azrin publish their analysis of the Anna State Hospital (Anna, Illinois) token economy in the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior.

Ellen Reese creates influential classroom films
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Ellen Reese creates influential classroom films
1965

Reese of Mount Holyoke College creates an influential series of classroom films on both basic and applied behavior analysis.

Roger Ulrich becomes Department Chair at WMU
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Roger Ulrich becomes Department Chair at WMU
1965

Ulrich assumes the position of Department Chair at Western Michigan University, beginning a long and invaluable association of the Department with the discipline of behavior analysis.

Donald M. Baer recruited to University of Kansas
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Donald M. Baer recruited to University of Kansas
1965

Baer is recruited to the University of Kansas by Fran Howrowitz (see 1961).

Ogden Lindsley, Eric Haughton, and others develop celebration chart
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Ogden Lindsley, Eric Haughton, and others develop celebration chart
1965

Ogden Lindsley, Eric Haughton, and others develop a standard celebration chart; semi-logarithmic graph for plotting behavior change data. It remains widely used today in precision teaching and has been extended to such areas as business management and macroeconomic applications.  

1966

Blough, and, independently, Uber & Weiss describe the 1st use of computers to control behavior analysis experiments
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Blough, and, independently, Uber & Weiss describe the 1st use of computers to control behavior analysis experiments
1966

In separate articles in the September issue of the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior Donald Blough & D. C. Uber and Bernie Weiss describe the first use of digital computers to control experiments related to behavior analysis.

Werner Honig edits first comprehensive review of operant research
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Werner Honig edits first comprehensive review of operant research
1966

Honig edits the first comprehensive (and highly influential) review of operant research: Operant Behavior: Areas of Research and Application, published by Appleton-Century-Crofts.

1967

Twin Oaks Community is founded in Louisa, VA by Kathleen Kincaid
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Twin Oaks Community is founded in Louisa, VA by Kathleen Kincaid
1967

The experimental community of Twin Oaks is founded in Louisa, Virginia by Kathleen Kincaid and based on Skinner’s "Walden Two" - http://www.twinoaks.org/

1968

B.F. Skinner awarded the National Medal of Science
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B.F. Skinner awarded the National Medal of Science
1968

Skinner is awarded the National Medal of Science by President Lyndon B. Johnson. He is the third recipient who is a psychologist (Neal Miller received the honor in 1964 and Harry Harlow in 1967).

Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis is founded
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Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis is founded
1968

The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis is founded with Montrose M. Wolf as its first Editor.

Baer, Wolf, & Risley publish “Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis”
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Baer, Wolf, & Risley publish “Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis”
1968

 D. M. Baer, M. M. Wolf, & T. Risley publish “Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis” in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and give the new field definition and direction.

1969

Doctoral program in behavior analysis is inaugurated at the University of Florida
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Doctoral program in behavior analysis is inaugurated at the University of Florida
1969

1970

Richard Herrnstein publishes “On the Law of Effect”
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Richard Herrnstein publishes “On the Law of Effect”
1970

Richard Herrnstein publishes “On the Law of Effect,” the paper that begins the turn to quantitative analysis within the experimental analysis of behavior.

Stephanie B. Stolz becomes Chief of the Small Grants Section, NIMH
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Stephanie B. Stolz becomes Chief of the Small Grants Section, NIMH
1970

Stolz becomes Chief of the Small Grants Section, Division of Extramural Research Programs, NIMH.

UNCG offers doctoral training in behavior analysis
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UNCG offers doctoral training in behavior analysis
1970

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro begins to offer doctoral training in behavior analysis, which it then continues to do over the next 36 years. 

1971

Skinner publishes "Beyond Freedom and Dignity"
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Skinner publishes "Beyond Freedom and Dignity"
1971

Skinner publishes Beyond Freedom and Dignity, which creates both controversy and discussion. The book is on the N. Y. Times best seller list for 18 weeks and Skinner makes the cover of Time.

Jack Michael receives Distinguished Contributions to Education in Psychology award
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Jack Michael receives Distinguished Contributions to Education in Psychology award
1971

Michael of Western Michigan University receives the American Psychological Foundation's Distinguished Contributions to Education in Psychology award - http://jackmichael.org

1972

Willard Day creates the journal, "Behaviorism"
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Willard Day creates the journal, "Behaviorism"
1972

Day creates the journal, Behaviorism, and serves as its Editor until 1985.

David L. Watson & Roland G. Tharp publish Self-Directed Behavior: Self Modification for Personal Adjustment
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David L. Watson & Roland G. Tharp publish Self-Directed Behavior: Self Modification for Personal Adjustment
1972

Watson and Tharp publish Self-Directed Behavior: Self Modification for Personal Adjustment. In 2013, the book was in its 10th edition. 

1973

Comunidad de los Horcones experimental community established outside Hermosillo, Mexico
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Comunidad de los Horcones experimental community established outside Hermosillo, Mexico
1973

1974

Nathan Azrin & Richard Foxx publish "Toilet Training in Less Than a Day"
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Nathan Azrin & Richard Foxx publish "Toilet Training in Less Than a Day"
1974

Azrin and Foxx publish Toilet Training in Less Than a Day, based on behavioral   principles, and destined to be an international best seller.

Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis (MABA) is founded
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Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis (MABA) is founded
1974

Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis (MABA) is founded on the University of Chicago campus, where it holds its first conference.

1975

The Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis begins publication
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The Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis begins publication
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The Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis begins publication, with Emilio Ribes as its first Editor. 

MABA incorporates
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MABA incorporates
1975

1976

The Behavior Analysis Doctoral Program at West Virginia University is inaugurated
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The Behavior Analysis Doctoral Program at West Virginia University is inaugurated
1976

The Behavior Analysis Doctoral Program in the Department of Psychology at West Virginia University is inaugurated.

1977

Aubrey C. Daniels begins Journal of Organizational Behavior Management
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Aubrey C. Daniels begins Journal of Organizational Behavior Management
1977

The Journal of Organizational Behavior Management begins publication with Aubrey C. Daniels as its first editor. 

Stokes & Baer publish programming generality of treatment interventions article
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Stokes & Baer publish programming generality of treatment interventions article
1977

Trevor Stokes and D. M. Baer publish their article on programming generality of treatment interventions, “An implicit technology of generalization“ in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.

Daniel F. Tortora publishes "Help! This Animal is Driving Me Crazy"
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Daniel F. Tortora publishes "Help! This Animal is Driving Me Crazy"
1977

1978

Aubrey Daniels starts his company
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Aubrey Daniels starts his company
1978

Aubrey Daniels starts his company devoted to applying behavior analysis in the workplace, Aubrey Daniels & Associates - http://aubreydaniels.com

The Behavior Analyst begins publication
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The Behavior Analyst begins publication
1978

The Behavior Analyst begins publication with Judith LeBlanc and Scott Wood as its first “co-chairs.” Julie Vargas becomes the first designated Editor in 1980.

The journal Behavorists for Social Action begins
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The journal Behavorists for Social Action begins
1978

The journal Behavorists for Social Action begins publication with Joe Morrow as its Editor. In 1985 it was renamed Behavior Analysis and Social Action, and in 1990 it again changed names to Behavior and Social issues.

School Applications of Learning Theory changes its name
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School Applications of Learning Theory changes its name
1978

School Applications of Learning Theory, a journal started by Robert P. Hawkins, becomes Education and Treatment of Children (ETC).

1st Harvard Symposium on Reinforcement Schedules as Discriminative Stimuli
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1st Harvard Symposium on Reinforcement Schedules as Discriminative Stimuli
1978

First Harvard Symposium on Reinforcement Schedules as Discriminative Stimuli held in William James Hall at Harvard University. This conference was organized by Michael Commons with the assistance of James E. Mazur and John A. Nevin. It and others that followed were the foundation for the Society for the Quantitative Analysis of Behavior (SQAB), which became incorporated in 1983 as a nonprofit organization.   

Thomas Gilbert Publishes Human Competence: Engineering Worthy Performance
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Thomas Gilbert Publishes Human Competence: Engineering Worthy Performance
1978

1980

Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis officially becomes Association for Behavior Analysis
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Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis officially becomes Association for Behavior Analysis
1980

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1981

The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies is founded by Robert Epstein
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The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies is founded by Robert Epstein
1981
John Staddon establishes "Behaviour Analysis Letters"
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John Staddon establishes "Behaviour Analysis Letters"
1981

John Staddon establishes and serves as the first Editor of Behaviour Analysis Letters, which later becomes Behavioural Processes.

1982

The Analysis of Verbal Behavior begins publication
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The Analysis of Verbal Behavior begins publication
1982

The Analysis of Verbal Behavior begins publication, with Mark Sundberg as its Founding Editor. 

Iwata, Dorsey, Slifer, Bauman, & Richman publish “Toward a functional analysis of self-injury”
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Iwata, Dorsey, Slifer, Bauman, & Richman publish “Toward a functional analysis of self-injury”
1982

B. A. Iwata, M. F. Dorsey, K. J. Slifer, K. E. Bauman, and G. S. Richman publish “Toward a functional analysis of self-injury” in Analysis and Intervention in Developmental Disabilities.  

Daniels & Rosen publish Performance Management
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Daniels & Rosen publish Performance Management
1982

Aubrey C. Daniels & Theodore A. Rosen publish Performance Management: Improving Quality and Productivity through Positive Reinforcement - http://aubreydaniels.com/Performance-Management-1

1983

Japanese Association for Behavior Analysis founded
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Japanese Association for Behavior Analysis founded
1983

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1985

Bringing Out the Best in People published Aubrey Daniels
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Bringing Out the Best in People published Aubrey Daniels
1985

Aubrey Daniels publishes Bringing Out the Best in People, a popular translation of behavioral principles into workplace practices - http://aubreydaniels.com/bringing-out-best-people-0

1986

Charles R. Shuster appointed Director of National Institute for Drug Abuse
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Charles R. Shuster appointed Director of National Institute for Drug Abuse
1986

Charles R. (Bob) Shuster (1930-2011) is appointed Director of the National Institute for Drug Abuse (NIDA), a position he holds until 1992. This appointment brings considerable national visibility to the contributions of behavior analysis to the understanding and treatment of drug abuse.

1987

The B.F. Skinner Foundation is established
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The B.F. Skinner Foundation is established
1987

1991

Joseph Brady receives APA's Distinguished Scientific Applications of Psychology award
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Joseph Brady receives APA's Distinguished Scientific Applications of Psychology award
1991

JBrady receives the Award for Distinguished Scientific Applications of Psychology from the American Psychological Association.

1993

Walden Fellowship holds its first “planners” meeting in New York City
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Walden Fellowship holds its first “planners” meeting in New York City
1993

Walden Fellowship holds its first “planners” meeting in New York City. Mark Mattaini and Janet Twyman describe in Behavior and Social Issues “The Walden Fellowship Experiments” incorporating research and practices derived from experiences in this Walden Two – inspired program. 

Nancy Neef elected first woman editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
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Nancy Neef elected first woman editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
1993

1994

Acta Comportamentalia begins publishing behavior-analytic research in romance languages
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Acta Comportamentalia begins publishing behavior-analytic research in romance languages
1994

Acta Comportamentalia begins publishing behavior-analytic research in romance languages, with Emilio Ribes Iñesta as its first Director.   

SABA establishes its Distinguished Service to Behavior Analysis Award
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SABA establishes its Distinguished Service to Behavior Analysis Award
1994

The Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis establishes its Distinguished Service to Behavior Analysis Award 

1st Department of Behavior Analysis in US established
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1st Department of Behavior Analysis in US established
1994

First Department of Behavior Analysis in US established at University of North Texas in Denton, Texas.

Master’s degree program in behavior analysis established at Oslo and Akershus University
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Master’s degree program in behavior analysis established at Oslo and Akershus University
1994

Master’s degree program in behavior analysis established in the College of Applied Sciences, Department of Behavioral Sciences at Oslo and Akershus University, followed by a doctoral program in 2010. 

1998

Behavior Analyst Certification Board established
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Behavior Analyst Certification Board established
1998

2000

The European Journal of Behavior Analysis begins publication
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The European Journal of Behavior Analysis begins publication
2000

The European Journal of Behavior Analysis begins publication, with Eric Arntzen, Arne Brekstad, and Per Holth as its Editors.

2005

Revista Brasileira de Análise do Comportamento begins publishing
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Revista Brasileira de Análise do Comportamento begins publishing
2005

Revista Brasileira de Análise do Comportamento begins publishing research in both Portuguese and English, with João Claude Todorov as its first Editor. 

2008

The Association for Behavior Analysis begins publishing Behavior Analysis in Practice
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The Association for Behavior Analysis begins publishing Behavior Analysis in Practice
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The Association for Behavior Analysis begins publishing Behavior Analysis in Practice, with Dorothea Lerman as its first Editor.

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