Aim & Scope
Behavioral Development Bulletin® applies a behavior analytic approach to the field of human development and behavior change across the lifespan, by examining both the acquisition of basic skills and the development of more complex behaviors.
Behavioral Development Bulletin publishes research in cognitive and emotional development, skill acquisition, atypical behavior development/reduction, socialization, education, and language development, among other topics. It looks at the role of biological and environmental variables that affect behavior development, with a primary interest in the role of reinforcement and environmental contingencies that influence behavior change.
Behavioral Development Bulletin has three goals: to understand human development from a behavior-analytic perspective; to reach out to developmental specialists with the innovations that behavior-analytic approaches have provided; to publish behavior-analytic interventions that measure and promote development and change, specifically educational and clinical interventions that stimulate research in evidence-based practices.
Behavioral Development Bulletin publishes articles of an inter- and multi-disciplinary nature including areas of sociobiology, verbal behavior, and behavioral methodology. It is especially relevant to behavior analysts who study learning and developmental processes through translational research and clinical application.
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