ORI receives award from SABA
Oregon Research Institute (ORI) has received the 2019 Programmatic Contributions to Behavior Analysis award from the Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis (SABA). The award is given to an agency, department, or facility of an organization that contributes to the ongoing and enduring development of behavior analysis.
“We are honored to be able to present this award in recognition of the breadth of work of the institute, and its impact on families and communities. Through research, ORI has provided support in many critical areas, including child development, drug addiction, and physical and psychological health, thus having a considerable impact on our understanding of human behavior and society,” notes Maria E. Malott, Ph.D., SABA CEO.
ORI Science Director Carol W. Metzler, Ph.D., accepted the award at the SABA Annual Convention in Chicago on May 25, 2019.