Expertise

Assessment and treatment of automatically reinforced behavior such as stereotypy; evaluating the sensitivity of discontinuous recording methods for detecting changes in behavioral events; production of false positives with single-subject designs; and procedures for increasing complaint behavior for children and adolescents with autism.


His research interests include the assessment and treatment of automatically reinforced behavior such as stereotypy, evaluating the sensitivity of discontinuous recording methods for detecting changes in behavioral events, and production of false positives with single-subject designs.

Communities
Social Sciences, Cognitive Science
Degrees
PhD, University of Florida, Behavior Analysis, 2003
MS, North Dakota State University, Psychology, 1997
BS, St. Mary’s University, Psychology, 1994