2018: Graduate Program in Behavioral Sciences of the University of Brasilia

The Graduate Program in Behavioral Sciences (Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ciências do Comportamento) of the University of Brasilia (Universidade de Brasília) awards both master's and Ph.D. degrees. It has played a pivotal role in the establishment and development of behavior analysis as a science and a profession in Brazil since 1964, when it was under the leadership of Fred S. Keller and Carolina M. Bori, with collaboration from Rodolpho Azzi, John Gilmour Sherman, Robert Berryman, and James R. Nazzaro. Program faculty have strong records of publication in both national and international scientific journals (including the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, the Brazilian Journal of Behavior Analysis, and the Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis), further attesting to the enduring contributions of the program to the development of behavior analysis. 



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