On April 8, 2019 Alexa Foote defended her thesis that evaluated preference displacement in children with autism. We are so proud of Alexa for all of her hard work. Congratulations, and best of luck with your future endeavors!
Congratulations to Darla Kril for the successful defense of her thesis! Darla evaluated the effects of a decision-making algorithm on accuracy of visual analysis of front-employees. We are all so proud of Darla for all of her hard work!
Congratulations to Emma Sipila, 2nd year doctoral student, for her successful practicum defense! Emma conducted a study where she evaluated the fidelity of implementation of a manualized play curriculum. We are all so proud of Emma and look forward to the amazing work she will accomplish next!
I recently completed revisions on a paper that responds to an intriguing article by Nancy Rosenberg and Ilene Schwartz. I have included the pre-print version of that paper below. Please check back for a final version of the paper.
Today we spent a few hours gearing up for the upcoming Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan Conference. Our MA and doctoral students were hard at work perfecting their presentations. Below are some pictures from our practice session!
I had the pleasure of joining Matt Cicoria for round 2 of our discussion about ethics and behavior analysis. We cover some critical issues surrounding ethics, wax nostalgic about overhead projectors, and discuss why I don’t like to use PowerPoint presentations when I teach. You can listen to the interview by clicking here. If you…
As I had mentioned in a previous post, Kailie Kipfmiller’s MA thesis was accepted for publication in the Journal of Behavioral Education. That paper is now available to view and download by clicking this link. Again, congratulations to Kailie on a job well done! Her project has sparked an interesting line of work that we…