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2018 ACBS Fellows: Atkins, Gloster, Morris, Rovner, White, and Wright
28th June 2018
June 28, 2018: ACBS is pleased to announce our 2018 class of Fellows.  Congratulations and thank you for your contributions to contextual behavioral science and to the ACBS community. Paul Atkins, Ph.D. (Australia) Andrew Gloster, Ph.D. (Switzerland) Eric Morris, Ph.D. (Australia) Graciela Rovner, Ph.D. (Sweden) Ross White, Ph.D. (UK) Joann Wright, Ph.D. (USA)  

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