Innovative Student Research Grant

The Innovative Student Research Grant, formerly called the SABA Experimental Analysis of Behavior Grant, provides funding for two students per year in psychology or behavior analysis doctoral programs and two students per year in psychology or behavior analysis master's programs that can support applied or basic research in the experimental analysis of behavior.

Two dissertation grants of $2,000, one in basic research and one in applied research, are available.

Two master's thesis grants of $1,000, one in basic research and one in applied research, are available.

In 2000, the SABA Board created a grant from its endowment to encourage study in the experimental analysis of behavior. The SABA endowment is funded by many generous donations from members of ABAI.

Grant Application Details

The application deadline for the 2014 grants has passed. Please check back in late summer 2014 for details on applications for 2015 grants.

Previous Recipients

This grant has been awarded annually since 2002. View past EAB research grant recipients here and past thesis and dissertation grant recipients here.