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Jenn austin

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Qualifications

MSc & PhD Psychology (Florida State University, USA)

Board Certified Behaviour Analyst

Responsibilities

Head of Behaviour Analysis
Award Leader, MSc Behaviour Analysis & Therapy
Award Leader, PgC Behaviour Analysis Supervised Practice

Publications

Recent Journal Articles

  • Joslyn, R. P., Donaldson, J. M., Austin, J. L., & Vollmer, T. R. (accepted). Current research on the Good Behavior Game: A brief review. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
  • Groves, E. A., & Austin, J. L. (accepted). Does the Good Behaviour Game evoke negative peer pressure? An analysis in primary and secondary school classrooms. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
  • Angelakis, I., Austin, J. L., Slater, C., & Roderique-Davies, G. (2018; available in advance online). Experiencing adverse social relationships: The development and validation of a self-report scale that measures individuals’ histories of social punishment (HoSP). Journal of Psychopathology & Behavioral Assessment. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10862-017-9641-7
  • Angelakis, I., & Austin, J. L. (2017). The effects of the non-contingent presentation of safety signals on the elimination of safety behaviors: An experimental comparison between individuals with low and high obsessive-compulsive profiles. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 59, 100-106. doi: 10.1016/j.jbtep.2017.12.005
  • Groves, E. A., & Austin, J. L. (2017). An evaluation of interdependent and independent group contingencies during the Good Behavior Game. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 50, 552-566.
  • Donaldson, J. M., & Austin, J. L. (2017). Environmental and social factors in preventing, assessing, and treating problem behavior in young children. Policy Insights in the Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 4, 9-16. doi: 10.1177/2372732216683964
  • Angelakis, I. C., & Austin, J. L. (2015). Maintenance of safety behaviors via response-produced stimuli. Behavior Modification, 39, 932-954.
  • Austin, J. L., Groves, E. A., Reynish, L. C., & Francis, L. L. (2015). Assessing the utility of trial-based functional analyses in mainstream primary school classrooms. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 48, 274-288.

Recent Conference Presentations

  • Austin, J. L. (2017, April). School-based assessment and intervention for typically developing pupils. Invited paper presented at the Experimental Analysis of Behaviour Group, London, England.
  • Austin, J. L. (2016, October). Improving the efficiency and utility of classroom functional behavior assessments. Keynote address presented at the Icelandic Association for Behavior Analysis, Reykjavik, Iceland.
  • Austin, J. L. (2016, September). Improving the efficiency and utility of functional analyses in classrooms. Invited workshop presented at the Michigan Autism Conference, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA.
  • Austin, J. L. (2016, September). What educators and students can tell us about functional assessment and intervention in schools. Keynote address presented at the Michigan Autism Conference, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA.

Memberships

Member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International
Member of the UK Society for Behaviour Analysis

External

Associate Editor, Education and Treatment of Children
Editorial Board, Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
Editorial Board, Behaviour Analysis Research and Practice
Editorial Board, Journal of Behavioural Education
Past-President, UK Society for Behaviour Analysis
Advisor, Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies

Research

Behaviour analysis in schools, including:

  • Assessment and intervention for typically developing children with challenging behaviour
  • Teacher training and support for implementing classroom management systems and individual behaviour management programs
  • Evaluation of the generality of behaviour analytic interventions for improving children’s social and academic behaviours in general education classrooms
  • Behaviour analytic approaches to university teaching

Twitter

@DrJennAustin

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