As one of the main pillars of NJABA is research, the Board of Directors compiled this information. Please feel free to reach out with your ideas, questions, and more.
NJABA members who wish to use our membership list to solicit research participants should complete all required information on the form linked below. Further information about the study (e.g., IRB approval, survey instruments, research protocol) may be requested by NJABA’s research committee prior to approval. Research must be relevant to our membership (e.g., ABA focused). There is a $25 charge for this service — you will be invoiced upon approval.
To be eligible for this service, the primary investigator (PI) must be a current full or affiliate member of NJABA. If a graduate or undergraduate student is serving as the PI, their supervisor (e.g., thesis or dissertation chair) must join NJABA and function as the PI for this research posting.
If the student researcher is enrolled in a New Jersey-based ABA program or is an RBT they may join for free.
The following is a list of journals that may be of interest to behavior analysts.
Check out some research article reviews written by NJ students.
Planer J, DeBar R, Progar P, Reeve K, Sarokoff R. Evaluating tasks within a high-probability request sequence in children with autism spectrum disorder. Behavioral Interventions. 2018;1– 11. doi: 10.1002.bin.1634 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/bin.1634
Gomes, S. R., Reeve, S. A., Brothers, K. J., Reeve, K. F., & Sidener, T. M. (2019). Establishing a generalized repertoire of initiating bids for joint attention in children with autism. Behavior Modification, (0), 1-35. DOI:10.1177/0145445518822499
It is our intention to share recent research conducted by fellow behavior analysts and students from across the state. Please let us know about your work and publications by emailing email@example.com!
In this section, you will find valuable resources and tools to help you understand and conduct behavior analytic research.
Want to learn more about behavior analysis and its many applications to improve behavior?
Would you like to learn about the state of research for a wide variety of interventions marketed to the autism community?
Are you interested in conducting research and need more guidance? Check out this article on research review committees published in Behavior Analysis in Practice.