Dixon and Habib receive Brady Significant Research Award
May 24, 2013,
Congratulations to Dr. Mark Dixon (left) and Dr. Reza Habib (right), for receiving the very prestigious Joseph V. Brady Significant Research Award for 2013. This is perhaps one of the most important awards in Behavior Analysis and Therapy. Their article shows not only the importance of research, but that others value it enough for it to be cited the most times in three years since the article appeared in the Journal of Analysis and Behavior in 2010. Dixon (PhD, BCBA) is a Professor in SIU’s Rehabilitation Institute in the College of Education and Human Services (COEHS), specializing in Behavioral Psychology and Specializations: Behavioral Therapy, Organizational Behavior Management, Complex Human Operant Behavior. His research partner Habib is an Associate Professor in Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Director of the Undergraduate Program in the Department of Psychology.