2002: Christian Krageloh


University of Auckland


Christian Krageloh started his Ph.D. early in 2002 at the University of Auckland under the supervision of Michael Davison and Douglas Elliffe. His Ph.D. was an extension of his honors dissertation, which was published in the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. The dissertation investigated choice behavior in a highly variable environment and the effects of signaling changeover delays and signaling reinforcer ratios. For his Ph.D., he conducted an additional experiment exploring the effects of reinforcer run lengths on local choice. Christian’s interest in behavioral psychology started during his undergraduate years; he found that behaviorism immediately made sense to him, and he has been keen to keep up to date with publications on its philosophy. He feels honored to have received the SABA EAB grant and is grateful to everybody in his lab for their help and expertise. 




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