2 CEUs for Board Certified Behavior Analysts. Applied neuroscientific knowledge is central to understanding the brain’s influence over human behavior and learning. In consequence, Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) can benefit from understanding the neurological variables that frequently impact the children, adolescents, and adults they serve. Chief among the influencing variables are: (a) pharmacologic agents and polypharmacological regimens for behavior control, (b) impairments in the brain reward circuitry, and (c) neurological damage. This webinar was designed in an effort to conceptually integrate and relate neuroscience and behavior to account for the complexity of behavior frequently observed in the clinics, centers, schools, hospitals, and home-based settings that BCBAs deliver services. Doctors Miles G. Cunningham and Michael J. Cameron will trace the early thinking of B.F. Skinner (Behavior of Organisms) to contemporary frames for relating behavior and neuroscience (e.g., Timberlake, Schaal, and Steinmetz in the Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior) within this informative webinar.