I'm currently a non-tenure track Assistant Professor of Psychology at Salem State University. I teach, advise, and do research in the Master of Science in Behavior Analysis Program.
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My interests are in the theory, philosophy, and experimental analysis of human behavior.
I use PsychoPy to build my experiments and randomization tests to make causal inferences about their results.
My current research is on Response Disequilibrium Theory.
Clinical Case Studies
Further Analysis & Application
I teach undergraduate and graduate courses in psychology: General Psychology, Research Methods, Learning & Behavior, and Special Topics. I use active learning methods such as interteaching. Please find my recent and upcoming courses here.