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 Part I:   Applied Behavior Analysis Overview
 Part II:   Scientific Support for Applied Behavior Analysis
 Part III:  Scientific, Professional, and Government Organizations' Position on ABA
 Part IV:  National and State Legislation in Support of ABA-Based Services
 Part V:  References

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