Behavior Analysis Health, Sport & Fitness SIG

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The mission of the Behavior Analysis Health, Sport, & Fitness SIG (An ABAI Special Interest Group) is to support research and application of behavior analytic methods, practices, and principles to human challenges in health, sport, and fitness (HSF). With this website, we hope to create a community of active collaboration between SIG members, as well as disseminate behavior analytic information related to health, sports, and fitness.  

We are working on expanding the SIG offerings and strengthening opportunities for our members. If you have any ideas or want to be involved with the SIG, have any resources, events, or job openings you would like us to post, or if you’re interested in writing an interest piece for the HSF SIG Blog, please email us at hsf.abai@gmail.com.

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2019 ABAI Chicago – Health, Sport & Fitness Related Events!

2019 ABAI Chicago – Health, Sport & Fitness Related Events!

The 2019 ABAI Conference in Chicago is from May 23 to 27 this year. As you plan out your schedule, check out these health, sport and fitness related events: Workshops #W09 Managing Stress Using Mindfulness Meditation and Behavior Analytic Practices, Thursday, May 23, 2019, 4-7pm, Swissôtel, Event Center Second Floor, St. Gallen 3 #W15 Hustle & Flow, Don’t Let Yourself Go: Self-Care for the Behavior Analyst, Thursday, May 23, 2019, 4-7pm, Swissôtel, Concourse Level, […]

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Using ABA to Set Achievable New Year’s Resolutions

Using ABA to Set Achievable New Year’s Resolutions

Can you believe it’s December? This year flew by, and sometimes by December it can feel like you didn’t achieve everything you wanted to this year. December is a month associated with the holidays, gift giving and overindulgence in holiday-specific food. With the chaos of the holidays, it’s easy for a lot of us to fall off our regular workout routines and get a little loose […]

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Workplace Stress: What You Can Do to Manage It

Workplace Stress: What You Can Do to Manage It

Workplace stress is becoming a widespread problem in today’s busy society. It seems workers are being asked to do more, workdays are becoming longer, and the space between work and personal life is becoming smaller. Occupational stress can lead to health risks for employees, including problems sleeping, anxiety, depression, increased blood pressure, weight gain, and heart problems. Organizations also lose quite a bit to occupational […]

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Our mission is to support research and application of behavior analytic methods, practices, and principles to human challenges in health, sports, and fitness (HSF). 

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