Association for Behavior Analysis International

The Association for Behavior Analysis International® (ABAI) is a nonprofit membership organization with the mission to contribute to the well-being of society by developing, enhancing, and supporting the growth and vitality of the science of behavior analysis through research, education, and practice.

Strategies for Receiving Funding

Grant Writing Articles

The following articles about writing and obtaining grants appeared in The ABA Newsletter.


Anderson, N.B. (2005, Summer). An Opportunity for Science-Practice Collaboration and Entrepreneurship. The ABA Newsletter, 28 (2), 21-22.


Asmus, J.M. (2003, Summer). Getting Funding from the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services; US Department of Education. The ABA Newsletter, 26 (2), 6-7.


Becker-Cottrill, B. (2003, Summer). Federal Funding Opportunities through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The ABA Newsletter, 26 (2), 7-8.


Davison, M. (2005, Summer). Getting Research Funding in New Zealand. The ABA Newsletter, 28 (2), 22-23.


Fantino, E. (2003, Summer). Getting Funded from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). The ABA Newsletter, 26 (2), 8-9.


Federal Funding Resources on the Web The ABA Newsletter, 26 (2), 19-20.

With thanks to Dr. Kurt Salzinger for providing this information.


Feldman, M. and Yu, C.T. (2003, Summer) Getting Funding from the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR). The ABA Newsletter, 26 (2), 9-10.


Hayes, S.C. (2003, Summer). Thirteen Things I Wish I'd Known About Granting. The ABA Newsletter, 26 (2), 10-11.


Neef, N.A. (2005, Summer). Seeking Funding for Behavioral Research in Education. The ABA Newsletter, 28 (2), 23-24.


Newland, M.C. (2003, Summer). Funding. An Excellent Idea for All Parties! The ABA Newsletter, 26 (2), 12-14.


Olerud, J.D. (2003, Summer). Swedish Funding for Clinical Research in Behavior Analysis. The ABA Newsletter, 26 (2), 14-15.


Tatham, T.A. (2003, Summer). Finding Your Way Through the Peer Review Process at the National Institutes of Health The ABA Newsletter, 26 (2), 15-16.


Rachlin, H. (2005, Summer). Getting Grants from the National Institutes of Health. The ABA Newsletter, 28 (2), 24-26.


Reilly, M.P. (2005, Summer). Getting Funding from the National Institute on Drug Abuse. The ABA Newsletter, 28 (2), 26-27.


Silverman, K. (2005, Summer). Getting Funding from the National Institute on Drug Abuse and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. The ABA Newsletter, 28 (2), 27-28.


Wacker, D.P. (2003, Summer). Obtaining Funding from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development The ABA Newsletter, 26 (2), 16-17.


Wanchisen, B.A. (2003, Summer). The Funding of Behavior Analytic Research in the U.S. Federal Government The ABA Newsletter, 26 (2), 17-19.


Wanchisen, B. (2005, Summer). What in the World is Going on in Washington with the Funding of Science?. The ABA Newsletter, 28 (2), 28-29.



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