In April, 2017, Dr. Joyce Tu, Ed.D, BCBA-D traveled to Romania on behalf of Center for Behavioral Sciences, along with other invited speakers from all over the world for the Bucharest International ABA Conference.  Ten international lectors attended from Great Britain, the United States, Norway, and Spain to present the newest theories and practices in Applied Behavior Analysis. Dr. Tu presented CBS’ original research on the following topics: “The Role of Joint Control in Manded Selection Responses and Generative Responding,” and “Teaching Social Verbal and Non-Verbal Behavior to Children with Autism.”

The Bucharest ABA International Conference is Romania’s main event dedicated to research and theory in Applied Behavior Analysis. The conference is accredited at the international level by Behavior Analyst Certification Board, and at the national level by the Romanian College of Psychologists and College of Physicians.