Associate Professor
Oechsle 317
(610) 330-5291

Degrees

  • Ph.D., New York University

Teaching interests: quantitative methods; learning and applied behavior analysis, with a particular interest in the application of principles of behavior analysis to student learning

Research interests: research with pigeons using creatively constructed conditioning chambers outfitted with computer touch screens; studying operant-respondent interactions; control of the accuracy of pigeon pecking behavior; stimulus and reinforcer control of response location; various aspects of conditioned reinforcement; choice behavior using concurrent schedules (the matching law); post-reinforcement pausing in variable schedules