Taub named as AAPB honorary fellow

A psychology professor is recognized for contributions to the fields of psychophysiology and biofeedback.

TaubjoomlaEdward Taub, Ph.D.Edward Taub, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, has been named an honorary fellow by the Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. Taub is the director of the world-renowned Constraint Induced Therapy Research Group and Taub Training Clinic at UAB.

The AAPB fellowship is extended to its members who have made significant contributions to the community of psychophysiology and biofeedback. According to the AAPB website, Taub is one of only 23 scientists to have been given this lifetime honorary designation. Taub will accept his award at the AABP meeting, where he will also give a keynote address. The meeting will take place in Denver in March.