The Psychological Society of Ireland



The Psychological Society of Ireland,
Floor 2, Grantham House,
Grantham Street, Dublin 8, D08 W8HD.


SATURDAY APRIL 18th Registration for the Ninth Annual Conference of the Division of Behaviour Analysis


The Division of Behavior Analysis Ninth Annual Conference 
will be held on April 17th and 18th 2015 
at the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill Galway

Saturday April 18th: Keynote Addresses, Individual Papers & Symposia

Keynote Address 1: Brian Iwata, University of Florida, “ContinuingControversy over Shock”

Keynote Address 2: Peter Killeen , Arizona State University, “The four causes of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder”

Volunteer paper, symposia and posters in all areas of behaviour analysis are invited. 
As indicated above, student research posters are also invited.


Please send abstracts to Julian Leslie by March 27th 2015.


BACB Credits available €5 per credit, payable separately at venue.

PSI Credits available free of charge

Further information: Jennifer Holloway


Submission Information

Include the following:

  • Submission type: Symposium / individual paper /poster
  • Authors (presenter first)
  • Affiliations
  • Abstract (not exceeding 150 words)


For a symposium:

Provide a title for the symposium, provide details of three papers, give details of chairperson and/or discussant. Note that BACB rules require a senior person (e.g., PhD supervisor) to take one of these roles and review the papers if the session is to be eligible for BACB credits.


All submissions will be reviewed before inclusion in the programme.


Please send all the information required to Julian Leslie by  March 27th  2015. 


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