FABBS Foundation Honors Beth Sulzer-Azaroff
Dr. Beth Sulzer-Azaroff is internationally recognized for her pioneering work in applied behavior analysis. Her work was instrumental in translating findings from the basic behavior analytic laboratory to the applied setting, from the classroom to the factory. She was one of a small group of investigators who recognized the clinical implications of behavior analysis and founded the field of applied behavior analysis. She is perhaps most recognized for the development of strategies to enhance learning and quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities. Through her research, teaching, textbooks and the work of her academic progeny she has improved the lives of children, adults, families and workers throughout the world.