Behavior Analysis is a term coined by B.F. Skinner to refer to the scientific examination of learning and behavior and to distinguish this examination’s methods and subject (i.e., behavior) from other lines of inquiry commonly pursued during Skinner’s time (e.g., “mind”). Behavior analysis comprises two main branches. The experimental analysis of behavior (EAB) focuses on the basic science in which principles are derived. Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is an applied science that focuses on the application of the principles of behavior analysis to real-world problems.