Reasons to Contribute



“The Cambridge Center and its objectives characterize my personal and professional objectives more than any other organization. The Center turns a light shining toward a brighter world —one in which the methods and products of a science of behavior are applied to the solution of global problems and the design of a better world.”
—Darrel E. Bostow, Ph.D., BACB
Professor, University of South Florida

“Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies has established a solid bridge between science and practice in behavior analysis. This connection is readily seen through a network of interactions between academicians, researchers, practitioners and consumers who are dedicated to the Center's mission and associated practices.”
—Ramona Houmanfar, Ph.D., Assistant Professor & Program Coordinator, Behavior Analysis Program
University of Nevada, Reno

“Applied Behavior Analysis has made great strides in public acceptance, what remains is to provide the public with the knowledge and tools necessary to distinguish between those claiming to practice evidence-based treatment and those professionally equipped to do so. I believe the CCBS has played and will continue to play a pivotal role in advancing public awareness of issues associated with effective treatment.”
—Robert F. Littleton, Jr., Ed.D.
Executive Director and Founder, Evergreen Center

“Hand-wringing is a fashionable reaction to world poverty, hunger, disease, ethnic and religious hatreds and conflicts, governmental corruption, and global warming. After all, what can we powerless pawns do about these awful and intractable problems? Answer: Support organizations like CCBS that correctly view and address these problems as being due to the behavior of human beings, and their long-term solution as residing in applications of behavioral science.”
—Francis Mechner
The Mechner Foundation

“The Cambridge Center is the only psychological organization which views aiding the world to solve its problems on the same high level of importance as doing the underlying scientific research so that the aid is truly effective.”
—Kurt Salzinger, Ph.D., Senior Scholar in Residence
Hofstra University, New York

“As the science of behavior evolves, we continue to find more useful and helpful ways to optimize performance. The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies empowers people around the world by describing how these findings can be applied. The more constructively these methods are implemented, the kinder, gentler, safer and healthier society can be.”
—Beth Sulzer-Azaroff, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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