The Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan (BAAM) 2013 Convention kicks off on February 21, 2013 at the Eastern Michigan University Student Center in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
“The BAAM convention is a multi-track, session-oriented academic and professional meeting open to all. The BAAM convention generally opens with an invited keynote address by an internationally known scholar speaking on a topic of general interest to BAAM attendees. Following the keynote address, breakout sessions on a variety of topics occur throughout the day. These sessions are either selected from submitted proposals or invited by BAAM. A poster session featuring research by scholars from regional universities ends the convention. BAAM also features participatory workshops, usually by invited presenters, on topics of practical interest to BAAM attendees, often including non-professionals.”
Conference topics on this year’s schedule include behavior analysis, autism treatment, autism insurance and 100 years of behaviorism.
Final details are still being ironed out but registration is expected to be $60 for a two-day admission for members and $35 for one-day. Student registrations will be $30 for both days and $20 for one day.
For more information, contact BAAM at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the organization’s website.
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