EABA membership is open to anyone with a demonstrated interest in behaviour analysis and who is committed to the objectives of EABA.
EABA consists of full (voting) and associate/student (non-voting) members. A full member is anyone holding a terminal degree in a discipline which is directly related to or involving behaviour analysis and whose full-time professional commitments include teaching, research and/or practice in behaviour analysis. To become a full member of EABA you must meet the following requirements:
Those interested in joining who do not meet these requirements may apply for student or affiliate non-voting membership status and still enjoy the benefits of being a member of EABA. An affiliate/student member is typically an individual who is interested in the discipline of behaviour analysis but who lacks formal training or who is pursuing formal training on a full time basis in the discipline of behaviour analysis.
If you are a member of an affiliated chapter of EABA, you are eligible to an Affiliated Chapters Membership, either full (voting) or student (non-voting).