2019 BAAMS Conference
The 3rd Annual Conference will be held at Table 100, Flowood MS on Wednesday, March 20 and Thursday, March 21.
March 8th is the deadline for registration payment.
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Check in is from 7:30-8 am. There will be no on-site registration.
Keynote Address, "Strategies to Help Make Behavior Analysis More Appealing...and More Accepted":
Sarah Trautman-Eslinger, BCBA (President of CalABA, Owner of STE Consultants)
Gina Green, Ph.D., BCBA-D (ABPA), presenting on "Scope of Practice: What it is and Why You Should Care"
James Meindl, Ph.D., BCBA-D (University of Memphis), presenting on "Mass Killings: The Role of the Media in Promoting Generalized Imitation"
Melissa Nosik, Ph.D., BCBA-D (BACB), presenting on "An Ethics Update from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board"
Thursday, March 21, 2019 - Workshops
Check in is from 7:30-8:30 am. There will be no on-site registration.
#1 8:30 am - 11:30 am
ABA Business Workshop
Presented by Sarah Trautman-Eslinger, BCBA
Owner and Founder, STE Consultants, President Cal-ABA
BCBA CEUs: 3
#2 1:00 pm- 4:00 pm
Pediatric Feeding Disorders
Presented by: Valerie Volkert, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Marcus Institute
BCBA CEUs: 3
Candlewood Suites, Flowood, MS
Please call the hotel directly at 601-326-3600 and use the code BAAMS to book rooms in the group block. The hotel is working on the online registration portal, but it is not operational at this time.
Room Rates are $84 per night plus tax. A limited number of rooms has been reserved at this rate for March 19th and March 20th.
A limited number of rooms is available at this rate, so please book early! The deadline for securing these rates is Wednesday, March 6, 2019!
There are also rooms available at the Holiday Inn Express and Suites but does not include a conference discount.
Call for Proposals - NOW OPEN!!!!
Late Submission Due Date: January 31, 2019
Symposia are a series of three 20–minute presentations, organized by a chairperson who moderates the 80-minute session, focused on either empirical research or conceptual, philosophical, historical, or methodological issues. A discussant highlights and integrates the contributions of various speakers in the symposium and moderates questions from the audience. Chairpersons are encouraged to use symposia as an opportunity to integrate related work by: 1) bringing speakers of different affiliations together rather than showcasing the work of a single group and 2) incorporating different kinds of talks (e.g., historical, conceptual and research-based) on the same topic into one symposium. Papers from submissions that are not accepted may be considered for a poster session.
Panel discussions consist of 3 to 5 speakers selected for some shared
interest or expertise in an area. Panelists respond to one or more
questions or issues, with time allotted for interaction among the
speakers and with the audience. A panel discussion is organized by a
chairperson who serves as the session’s moderator.
Single paper submissions are also encouraged. The 20-minute
presentations may be focused on either empirical research or conceptual,
philosophical, historical, or methodological issues. Accepted papers
will be organized into symposia by the conference committee.
Posters usually report empirical research and will be organized into one
session, during which attendees will be invited to review the research
presented and discuss findings with poster presenters. Presenters must
be at their poster during their assigned time of the poster session and
may choose to provide handouts.