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The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies

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The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies
P.O. Box 7067, Cummings Center, Suite 340F
Beverly, MA 01915
United States
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(978) 369-CCBS (2227)
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(978) 369-8584
Website
http://www.behavior.org/



The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies

The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies was founded in 1981. The founder, Robert Epstein, was joined by a distinguished group of behavior scientists, philanthropists, and corporations: Edward L. Anderson, Donald A. Cook, Gerbrands Corporation, J. M. Harrison, Kenneth J. Keller, Anne and Jeffrey Kupfer, Hugh G. Loebner, Norman Baxley Associates, Pfizer Corporation, Research Press, Leo J. Reyna, and Upjohn Company.

The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, a charitable, nonprofit organization with IRS 501(c)(3) status, is governed by a Board of Directors whose members are elected by the Trustees, and administered by its Executive Director. The Center draws on the support and expertise of nearly 100 scholars, researchers and professionals on its Board of Trustees and Advisory Board. The Center is problem-oriented and pragmatic; its nonprofit, nonaligned status ensures its objectivity.

The Mission of the Cambridge Center is to advance the scientific study of behavior and its humane application to the solution of practical problems, including the prevention and relief of human suffering.

The Cambridge Center is a charitable, non-profit organization that:

  • Encourages the use of behavioral science in solving human problems,
  • Is supported by individual donations, governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees, staffed mostly by non-paid volunteers with advice from a volunteer Advisory Board, and
  • Wants to be of use to you!

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