Kelly, Karen J.
- Ph.D. The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Major: Special Education,Applied Behavior Analysis
- MS Ed. Temple University
Major: Applied Behavior Analysis
- B.A. Temple University
- Perrin, C.J., & Neef, N.A. (2012). Further analysis of variables that affect self-control with aversive events. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 45, 299-313.
- Neef, N.A., Perrin, C.J., Haberlin, A.T., & Rodrigues, L.C. (2011). Studying as fun and games: Effects on college students’ quiz performance. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 44, 897-901.
- Perrin, C.J., Miller, N., Haberlin, A.T., Ivy, J., Meindl, J.N., & Neef, N.A. (2011). Measuring and reducing college students’ procrastination. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 44, 463-477.
- Casey, S.C., Perrin, C.J., Lesser, A.D., Perrin, S.H., Casey, C.L., & Reed, G.K. (2009). Using descriptive analysis in the treatment of bite acceptance and food refusal. Behavior Modification, 33, 537-558.
- Casey, S.C., Perrin, C.J, Merical, C.L, LeComte, J.M., Milligan, J, & Walsh-Czekalski, M. (2008). Increasing bite acceptance and reducing food refusal in a child with autism moving beyond the clinic. Journal of Behavior Analysis in Health, Sports, Fitness and Medicine, 1, 34-44.
- Perrin, C.J., Perrin, S.H., Hill, E., & DiNovi, K. (2008). Brief functional analysis and treatment of elopement in two preschoolers with autism. Behavioral Interventions, 23, 87-95.
- ABA 550/551 Internship in ABA
- PS 436 Principles of ABA 1
- PS 453/454 Undergraduate Practicum in ABA
- PS 433 Behavior Modification
- Assessment and treatment of severe challenging behavior, pediatric feeding disorders, self-control, & behavioral approaches to college instruction.