Dr. Kisamore has been applying the principles of behavior to create meaningful change in the lives of children and adults with and without disabilities and their families over 15 years. She worked and trained at the Marcus Institute, received her M.A. in Behavior Analysis from Western Michigan University, and completed her Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis at Western New England University. She is currently an Associate Professor and the Director of Programs in Applied Behavior Analysis at Hunter College. Dr. Kisamore has published in areas such as verbal behavior, problem solving, social skills, functional analysis, and parent training in books and several peer-reviewed journals and presented her work at local, national, and international conferences. She is currently Chair of the Verbal Behavior Special Interest Group, the Awards Chair for Division 25 of the American Psychological Association, on the editorial board for Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and has served as a guest reviewer for several journals including the The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, Psychological Record, Learning and Behavior, and Education and Treatment of Children.
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