Central Multitrack Behavior Analysis Association (CMBAA)
CMBAA (Central Multitrack Behavior Analysis Association)
The CMBAA at Central Michigan University is a registered student organization created to promote the interests of Behavior Analysis at Central Michigan University. The purpose of this organization shall be to create a population of undergraduate and graduate students who actively participate in the study, practice, and dissemination of behavior analysis; both applied and experimental.
The mission of this organization is to promote the study of Behavior Analysis by providing its members with the opportunity to learn more about the career and research opportunities in the field through social networking, workshops, conferences and guest lecturer events. CMBAA was created to help students get involved with behavior analysis. To help with this process, CMBAA has an Events and Research Committee that will keep an up to date list of all research opportunities.
Students/Members interested in getting experience in behavior analytic research will be able to contact this committee. CMBAA also will strive to help students get involved with state, regional, and national conferences related to behavior analysis. It is a goal of CMBAA to one day help pay for posters and/or conference fees, though this will depend on CMBAA finances. Contact Us If you are interested in becoming a member of CMBAA, we invite you to attend one of our meetings, contact an officer of CMBAA, or email CMBAA.
Interim President: Michael Palmer (Palme1mg@gmail.com)
Faculty Advisor: Deborah Grossett
We are currently looking for individuals to fill positions in the event and research committee.
First meeting January 29th, 5pm in Sloan 123