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Survey: Behavior Analysts’ Attitudes Toward and Perceptions of Certification versus Licensure in Applied Behavior Analysis

Dear Participant:

You are invited to participate in a study entitled, “Behavior Analysts’ Attitudes Toward and Perceptions of Certification versus Licensure in Applied Behavior Analysis” conducted by Brian Conners, Ed.S., BCBA, Frank Cicero, Ph.D., BCBA, and Shawn Capell, M.S., BCBA from Seton Hall University. We are currently recruiting participants that hold a credential as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst or Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board to participate in this survey. As someone who holds this credential, you are being asked to complete this online survey consisting of 27 questions that will ask you some basic demographic information, as well as questions regarding your thoughts on licensure and certification in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis.

Your participation in this online survey through Qualtrics, an online survey tool, is completely voluntary and you will in no way be penalized for not participating or not fully completing the survey. Your survey responses are completely anonymous. The survey will take 8-10 minutes to complete. All data collected will be downloaded and encrypted to a USB memory stick and locked away in the principal investigator’s office at Seton Hall University in order to ensure confidentiality of all data obtained as part of this study.

If you agree to participate in this study and wish to be directed to the online survey, please click here:

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration!

Sincerely,

Brian Conners, Ed.S., BCBA
Principal Investigator
Faculty Associate, ABA Program
Seton Hall University
College of Education and Human Services
Department of Educational Studies
Jubilee Hall Rm. 431
400 South Orange Avenue
South Orange, NJ 07079
(973) 275-2357
brian.conners@shu.edu

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