Center for Behavior Analysis


Course Statistics

Our Board Certified Behavior Analyst exam pass rates were 83% in 2015, 80% in 2014.

Also, 35% of our current students receive some form of funding for clinical or research activities.

Student Research Presentations at Regional, National, & International Conferences

LaForte, J.*, Kettering, T., Raiff, B. (May 2016). Treatment Integrity, Data Reliability, and Social Validity of
Therapist-Collected Data During a Functional Analysis. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting for the Association
for Behavior Analysis, International (Chicago, IL)

Sheppard, R.*, Raiff, B . (March, 2016). Incentives for increases in Fitbit verified physical activity among
individuals with developmental disabilities. Paper to be presented at the Association for Professional Behavior
Analysts, Washington D.C.

Raiff, B.R., Arena, A.*, Meredith, S.E. (May, 2016). Birds of a feather abstain together: group contingency
management for smoking cessation with pairs of smokers who have a prior relationship. Annual meeting for the
Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL.

Dan M., Grabinski, M.J., Raiff, B.R. (2016). Smartphone-based contingency management for
smoking cessation with smokers diagnosed with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 2(2), 116-127. DOI:

Student Awards

2015 Javid Rahaman – New Jersey Association for Behavior Analysis Behavior Change for a Sustainable World Research Award

2016 Javid Rahaman – Eleanor Gaer Student Research Award ($500).



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