President News & Updates
September 5, 2014
Extension for Poster Competition Submissions
The conference committee will continue to accept submissions for this years Poster Competition until September 20, 2014. Please see Registration and Forms for details or contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
August 25, 2014
Attention- Important information!
We were recently made aware that the BACB is no longer permitting administrations of their exam at Epic, the current testing site for Winnipeg. A new site is being developed with Pearson VUE, to open in Winnipeg by early 2015. In the meantime, individuals who wish to write the exam may travel to Fargo, ND. For additional information, please see the link below.
A reminder that Manitoba's alternative pathway agreement with the BACB will expire in February 2015. Please check our Licensing and Certification page for additional information, as well as the BACB website (www.bacb.com) for information on certification requirements and upcoming changes.
July 25, 2014
As we come to the middle of summer, we are excited to announce Early Bird Registration for this year's conference is beginning! Please click Registration and Forms to view printable versions of our registration forms or register online!
We would also like to take this opportunity to announce we are accepting submissions for posters and addresses! We invite all applicants to submit their papers before August 30th.
June 23, 2014
Attention Members: Action Required
As many of you are aware, the Spring edition of our 2014 newsletter has arrived! We hope you have had the opportunity to read the newsletter to see what is new in ABA in Manitoba and else where.
It has come to our attention some of our members have yet to receive a copy of this seasons edition. We are working to correct the error; however, we are asking current members who have not yet received a copy of our newsletter via email to please email Fiona Perkins at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we may correct this error as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope to get a copy out to you soon!
Thank you so much for your patience and cooperation.
May 17, 2014
Congratulations to the winners of the 2nd Annual Student Poster Competition! Robert Jeffrey for his poster on Comparing Order of Thinking to Improvement of Knowledge When Using Computer Aided Personalized System of Instruction (CAPSI) to Teach Discrete Trials Teaching (DTT) and Morena Miljkovic for her poster on Evaluation of Video and Written Instructions to Teach Students to Conduct a Preference Assessment.
We would like to thank all of the participants for your contributions to the competition and Applied Behaviour Analysis!
For a complete look at all the photos, please visit us on Facebook!
May 13, 2014
MABA will be hosting its 2nd Annual Student Poster Competition thisin P443 Duff Roblin at the University of Manitoba. Everyone is invited to attend and learn about some of the recent research done by students in Applied Behaviour Analysis!
Coffee and snacks will be served.
We are also pleased to be offering one Type 2 BACB CEU (for a $5.00 cost)! We look forward to seeing you there!
April 21, 2014
On behalf of MABA, I would like to extend our gratitude to all those who participated in our Cutting Edge Research Event. We would especially like to thank the St.Amant Research Centre for sharing their research with us. The day was a great success!
Purpose & Mission
MABA is a non-profit organization founded in September of 2005 and officially approved for affiliate status from the larger Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) in May of 2006. MABA is composed of a large body of committed members; and the organization's direction and goals are determined by an elected executive committee and a number of other internal committees. MABA membership is entirely voluntary.
Our purpose and mission is to develop and disseminate knowledge about behaviour analysis as a science. MABA's interests lie in basic science focusing on principles governing human and nonhuman behaviour (i.e., the experimental analysis of behavior) as well as applied science focusing on application of those principles for improvement of socially important problems (i.e., the applied behaviour analysis), and disseminating this information to stimulate interest in and correct misunderstandings of behaviour analysis.