2005: Jason Stricker

University of Iowa

Under the supervision of Dr. Raymond Miltenberger at North Dakota State University, Jason Stricker was involved in research examining hand-to-mouth habit behaviors in typically developing children and sexual abuse prevention training for women diagnosed with mental retardation. During his graduate training, he was involved in research projects published in The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, The Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, Education and Treatment of Children, and Behavior Modification. As a behavior analyst, Jason specialized in functional analysis and treatment of automatically maintained behaviors, preference assessment methodology, and food refusal in adults with mental retardation. His interest in the analysis and treatment of automatically maintained behaviors continued during his doctoral studies. Jason was a research assistant on a National Institutes of Health grant studying automatic reinforcement, and he worked on classifying patterns of automatic reinforcement and on studying automatically maintained behaviors from a behavioral economics perspective. He also participated in research with students diagnosed with ADHD and behavior disorders.


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