The purpose of OHABA is to promote the science and theory of Behavior Analysis through the support of research, education and practice. OHABA is a chapter of The Association for Behavior Analysis International. Mission: ABAI contributes to the well-being of society by developing, enhancing, and supporting the growth and vitality of the science of behavior analysis through research, education, and practice.
ABAI’s diversity policy: The Association for Behavior Analysis International seeks to be an organization comprised of people of different ages, races, nationalities, ethnic groups, sexual orientations, genders, classes, religions, abilities, and educational levels. ABAI opposes unfair discrimination.
Board members are Board Certified Behavior Analysts and credentialed as Certified Behavior Analysts in the state of Ohio. The Board supports providers, educators and consumers of applied behavior analysis in the state of Ohio.