Aims and scope

The Analysis of Verbal Behavior (TAVB) is an official publication of the Association for Behavior Analysis International. The Mission of the journal is to support the dissemination of innovative empirical research, theoretical conceptualizations, and real-world applications of the behavioral science of language. The journal embraces diverse perspectives of human language, its conceptual underpinnings, and the utility such diversity affords. TAVB values contributions that represent the scope of field and breadth of populations behavior analysts serve, and Is the premier publication outlet that fosters increased dialogue between scientists and scientist-practitioners.

Articles addressing the following topics are encouraged: language acquisition, verbal operants, relational frames, naming, rule-governed behavior, epistemology, language assessment and training, bilingualism, verbal behavior of nonhumans, research methodology, or any other topic that addresses the analysis of language from a behavior analytic perspective.