College of Education and Professional Studies

Research Presentations

Students in the BCBA program have presented research at several local and national conferences. Opportunities for research are available through our partnership school and other settings.

  • Chen, B., Pendarvis, A. & Hubbard, MaryAnn (2017, May) Reducing vocal stereotypy using DRL and discriminative stimuli. Poster presentation at the Association of Behavior Analysis International annual convention, Denver, CO.
  • Phillips, L., Goga, T. & Singleton, B. (2017, February) The Line-up Game: Improving Classroom Transitions. Poster presentation at the National Association of School Psychologists annual convention, San Antonio, TX.
  • Howard, S., Harris, L. & Singleton, B. (2017, February) Teaching applied behavior analysis to teachers. Poster presentation at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX.
  • Love, E., Meyers, D., Phillips, L. Hubbard, MaryAnn, Singleton, B., & Hancock, T. (2016, May) Using interdependent group contingencies to increase treatment integrity. Poster presentation at the Association of Behavior Analysis International annual convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Singleton, Hinkle, Highfill, Hancock, Nuhfer. (2014, May) A functional analysis of task Interspersal rates for sight word acquisition. Poster presented at Association
    for Behavior Analysis International Annual Convention Chicago, IL.
  • Smith & Keihani (2014) Improving staff performance: Interdependent group contingency in the workplace. Poster presented at Oklahoma Research Day Edmond, OK.
  • Hinkle & Singleton (2014) Decreasing college student spending using contingency management. Poster presented at the Association of Behavior Analysis International Annual Convention. Chicago, Ill
  • Riley & Singleton (2014) Decreasing Self Injurious Behavior using Differential Reinforcement of Other Behavior and Response Blocking. Poster presented at Oklahoma Research Day Edmond, OK.
  • Hancock & Singleton (2013). A behavioral approach to medication compliance. Research presentation at Association of Behavior Analysis International Annual Convention Minneapolis, MN.
  • Highfill, M & Singleton, B. (2013) Reduction of vocal stereotypy in a nonverbal child with autism. Research paper presentation National Association of School Psychologists Convention Washington, DC.