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The UGA Applied Behavior Analysis Clinic is a clinical training and research site for graduate students working toward Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) certification.

Behavior analysis is a method of treatment based on the idea that most human behavior is learned over time and maintained by variables in the environment. The job of a behavior analyst is to work with clients and their caregivers to evaluate behavior(s) in need of change and identify ways to alter the environment to increase or decrease the behavior. Applied Behavior Analysis is well recognized in the scientific record as the foundation for effective intervention for individuals with autism and other disabilities.

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Contact Details

  • Address:
    Aderhold Hall
    110 Carlton Street
    Athens, Georgia 30602
  • Phone: 706-542-4588
  • Fax: 706-542-2929
  • Director: Kevin Ayres
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