The European Association for Behaviour Analysis (EABA) is an international organisation that aims to promote Behaviour Analysis in Europe and to provide an international forum within Europe for the study and discussion of matters relevant to behavior analysis. One of the main functions of EABA is to organize congresses in experimental and applied behaviour analysis. At present these are held every two years.
Full membership of EABA will entitle members to:
Reduced EABA conference registration rates
Subscription to the European Journal of Behaviour Analysis
Access to our list-server and Newsletter
Nomination and voting rights
Online membership form.
EABA By-Laws - Past President Position
To ensure continuity for the Board of Directors, it is proposed that the President will serve one extra year as Past President at the end of his/her term. This involves a change to the by-laws of the association and, thus, majority agreement from full members. We would be grateful if full members could indicate their agreement, or not, by email to
EABA Elections - July 2013
Elections for the position of President, Treasurer and Secretary for EABA will be occurring in July this year to appoint to these positions for September 2013. Elected members of the EABA board each serve two-year terms, with the possibility of being re-elected for a further two-year term. At this stage, EABA are soliciting nominations for these positions from EABA members. Members may also nominate themselves. Please ensure that anyone nominated is willing to serve on the EABA board before nominating them. Members may nominate more than one individual for each position and the EABA elections committee will draw up a final list of candidates for the elections which will take place from July 1 until July 8.
EABA Invited to Brief TDs and Senators on Applied Behaviour Analysis in Dublin
EABA has been invited to participate in a cross-party briefing of Irish members of parliament in the Oireachtas (Dublin). This follows the closure of ABA schools in the Republic of Ireland and the ongoing and widespread misunderstanding (and misrepresentation) of ABA by other professionals and policy makers.
- Apply to become an EABA organizational member
- Subscribe for recurring payments of membership fees, up to 25% discount in membership costs for 2- and 3-year membership fees
For more information about EABA contact us by completing the online request form