Some of Our Past Research
  • The Effects of the Learn Unit and a Decision Protocol or Verbal Algorithm on the Frequency of Teacher Initiated Data Based Educational Decisions and the Number of Student Objectives Met; Presented at the Annual International Association of Behavior Analysis Convention; May, 2011
  • The Effects of Conditioning Voices on Listener Responding, Presented at the Annual International Association of Behavior Analysis Convention; May, 2008
  • The Effects of Protocol Immersion on Listener Responding in Three Children Diagnosed With Autistic Spectrum Disorder
  • The Effects of Conditioning Voices as Reinforcement for Listener Responding
  • The Effects of a Speaker Immersion Protocol on the Number of Accurate Mands Emitted by Three Children Diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder
  • The Effects of See-do Imitation Instruction In a Mirror on Generalized Imitation, Object Manipulation and Emulation
  • The Effects of Rapid Motor Imitation on Vocal Verbal Behavior Following the Induction of Generalized Imitation as a Function of GMI Instruction in a Mirror
  • Utilizing A One Second Time Delay To Increase The Rate of Correct Multiplication and Division Computations
  • The Effects of Contingent Escape on Learn Units To Criterion and Crying
  • The Effects of Sensory Matching, A Zero-Second Time, and Dispersal of Learn Units On Accurate Identification of Body Parts
  • Using A Zero-Second Time Delay To Increase Correct Responses For Two-Step Directions
  • Increasing Opportunities to Respond and Utilizing a Stimulus Prompt To Increase Correct Responses
  • The Effects of Teaching Pencil Grasp On Accurate Transcription
  • Testing the Effects of the Implementation of a Behavior Contract on the Amount of Learn Units Completed Daily
  • Increasing the Accuracy of Instruction Delivered by a Teaching Assistant
  • Increasing the Number of Learn Units Presented By Two Graduate Students
  • Increasing the Accurate Use of A Verbally Governed Algorithm Based on the Science of Applied Behavior Analysis By Two Graduate Students