|Present||Professor, Utah State University ‐ Psychology|
|Present||Undergraduate Committee Chair of the Behavior Analysis Program, Utah State University|
Honors and Awards
- 2006 - Researcher/Scholar of the Year, College of Education and Human Services, USU
- 2004 - Karl Lashley Distinguished Alumna, West Virginia University
- 2003 - NIDA Director’s Travel Award to the meeting of the American Psychological Association
- 2002 - Nominated for Outstanding Assistant Professor at the University of New Hampshire
- 2000 - Summer Faculty Fellowship, Graduate School, UNH
- 1999 - New York Academy of Sciences Dissertation Award Nominee, West Virginia University
- 1999 - NIDA Director’s Travel Award to College on Problems of Drug Dependence
- 1998 - Don Hake Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Career, Dept. of Psychology, WVU
- 1997 - Student Poster Competition Winner, Fall Neuroscience Research Convocation, WVU
- 1997 - Doctoral Student Research Program Award, Office of Academic Affairs & Research, WVU
- 1985-1989 - Procter and Gamble Scholar, University of Florida (UF)
Department of Psychology
2810 Old Main Hill
Utah State University
Logan, UT 84322-2810
Choice for Reinforced Behavioral Variability in Children with Autism Spectrum ...
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (2020)
Although individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) tend to behave repetitively, certain reinforcement contingencies (e.g., lag schedules) can be used ...
Differential Outcomes Enhance Accuracy of Delayed Matching to Sample but ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes (2009)
Three experiments assessed the relation between the differential outcomes effect and resistance to change of delayed matching-to-sample performance. Pigeons produced ...
Sensitivity of Conditional-Discrimination Performance to Within-Session Variation of Reinforcer Frequency
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (2008)
The present experiment developed a methodology for assessing sensitivity of conditional-discrimination performance to within-session variation of reinforcer frequency. Four pigeons ...