Nathan Azrin

Nathan H. Azrin, a world-renowned behavioral psychologist and Professor Emeritus at Nova Southeastern University, died of complications from cancer at Broward Health North hospital in Pompano Beach on March 29, 2013. He was 82. Mr. Azrin was born in Boston and trained at Harvard with famous behavioral scientist B.F. Skinner and began his career as a research psychologist in the U.S. Army. He was the founder and editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. Beyond a lifelong passion for psychology, Mr. Azrin loved to dance.

( FPG, Kimberli DiMare / February 13, 2012 )

Nathan H. Azrin, a world-renowned behavioral psychologist and Professor Emeritus at Nova Southeastern University, died of complications from cancer at Broward Health North hospital in Pompano Beach on March 29, 2013. He was 82. Mr. Azrin was born in Boston and trained at Harvard with famous behavioral scientist B.F. Skinner and began his career as a research psychologist in the U.S. Army. He was the founder and editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. Beyond a lifelong passion for psychology, Mr. Azrin loved to dance.

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