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The Society for Computers in Psychology is a non-profit organization of researchers interested in applications of computers in psychology. Its primary purpose is to "increase and diffuse knowledge of the use of computers in psychological research."
An extensive and detailed (30 Meg) presentation (ca 700 images) of several aspects of science and research. Philosophy, methodology, writing a research paper, behavioral research programs, synthesis of data and a coherent paradigm of psychology.
The Society for Quantitative Analyses of Behavior (SQAB) presents symposia and publishs material which bring a quantitative analysis to bear on the understanding of behavior. This International Society holds its annual meeting in conjunction with the Association for Behavior Analysis ( ABA). Talks at SQAB focus on the development and use of mathematical formulations to: characterize one or more dimensions of an obtained data set, derive predictions to be compared with data, and generate novel data analyses.
The Association for Behavior Analysis is dedicated to promoting the experimental, theoretical, and applied analysis of behavior. It encompasses contemporary scientific and social issues, theoretical advances, and the dissemination of professional and public information.