Universities and Researchers

Universities & Researchers

Desk copies for professors planning to use the VB-MAPP for a course can be requested by email – Contact@AVBPress.com. In the subject write “desk copy request.” With your request list the: Course name, Professor’s name, Professor’s email address, College or university, Mailing address, Phone (for delivery inquiries if needed)

For students and professor’s interested in the VB-MAPP app or the web-based VB-MAPP, go to www.VBMAPPApp.com or contact Steve@BehaviorTrackerPro.com for a free VB-MAPP app or web-based demonstration.

Discounts are offered for graduate students conducting verbal behavior theses or dissertations: Student Research Application


The VB-MAPP app provides an electronic scoring system for the VB-MAPP and much more. Learn more about the app on our site – www.vbmappapp.com 

How do I pay via purchase order?

AVB Press accepts purchase orders (POs) from educational institutions, established companies, resellers, and government entities. Learn More

What if I am a reseller?

Approved resellers may enter their purchase orders directly on this website. Learn More

How do I get a pricing quote?

To get a printable pricing quote for your order, assemble your order as usual and proceed to the “cart page.” You will see a “download cart as PDF button” you can use for this purpose.

Are there online courses available to learn how to do the VB-MAPP?

Yes, there are several online courses available to learn how to conduct the VB-MAPP, many of which offer BCBA CEUs. Learn More

Is the VB-MAPP available in additional languages?

Yes, the VB-MAPP is currently available in 8 language: Arabic, English, French, Italian, Mandarin, Polish, Russian, and Spanish. Portuguese and Turkish VB-MAPP translations will be available around March 1, 2021. See our FAQ page for their availability as a printed version or an app version, and links to those translated versions.

What if I have questions?

See our FAQ page or contact us via contact@avbpress.com

Please Note: AVB Press staff are unable to answer clinical questions regarding individual children or programs.