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Erick M. Dubuque, Ph.D., LBA, BCBA-D

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Erick Dubuque earned his degree in Psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2012 under the advisement of Linda J. Hayes, Ph.D. He is currently an Assistant Professor and Program Director for the Master’s of Science Program in Applied Behavior Analysis at Spalding University. Dr. Dubuque is a former U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer (Kenya) and is the President & Owner of Behavior, LLC, an organization dedicated to the dissemination and advancement of the science of behavior. As an active member of the behavior analytic community, Dr. Dubuque has served as the Student Representative to the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) and on the organization’s Education Board. He is past Academic Coordinator for the Jordan University of Science and Technology Master’s Degree Program in Applied Behavior Health Analysis, the first graduate degree program in behavior analysis founded in the Middle East. Dr. Dubuque’s scholarly interests extend across the philosophical, experimental, applied, and professional domains in behavior science. A general theme across all of his interests is the understanding of technology and complex human behaviors, especially as they relate to the topics of education and social justice. Dr. Dubuque is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctor (BCBA-D) and Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) in the great state of Kentucky.

Molly L. Dubuque, M.A., LBA, BCBA

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Molly L. Dubuque received a B.A. in Psychology and a B.S. in Speech Pathology and Audiology from the University of Nevada, Reno. She earned her M.A. in Psychology (with an emphasis in Behavior Analysis) from UNR in 2008. Molly is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), Licensed Behavior Analyst, and is a member of the Association of Behavior Analysis International, the California Association of Behavior Analysis, the Nevada Association of Behavior Analysis, and the Kentucky Association for Behavior Analysis. Molly has over a decade of experience working with children with developmental disabilities in the United States and overseas. Molly has worked as an assistant director for a day treatment and habilitation program for adults with developmental disabilities and has held positions as a tutor, lead tutor, and tutor trainer and auditor in the UNR Early Childhood Autism Program. She has taught master’s level classes at the Jordan Institute of Science and Technology, the first behavior analysis program in the Middle East, and developed behavioral programming for Jordanian children at the Autism Academy of Jordan. As a Behavior Analyst with Advanced Child Behavior Solutions, she provided consultation to parents and teachers of children with and without disabilities, conducted teacher and parent trainings, and managed home-based tutoring teams for young children with Autism.

David Morgan, Ph.D.

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David Morgan earned his degree in experimental psychology from Auburn University in 1988, with an emphasis in human operant behavior. He is currently a full professor in the School of Professional Psychology and a faculty member in the Applied Behavior Analysis program. His primary area of expertise is behavior analysis, with an emphasis in human operant behavior. He maintains interests in behavior theory, single-subject research design, and the impact of human behavior on the natural environment. His recent textbooks include Essentials of Learning and Cognition (Waveland Press, 2007), and Single-Case Research Methods for the Behavioral and Health Sciences (Sage, 2009) coauthored with Robin K. Morgan of Indiana University Southeast. Dr. Morgan has contributed numerous articles in professional journals, including The Behavior Analyst, Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, The Psychological Record, and Teaching of Psychology. He and his wife, Robin, have two children, Sarah and Zachary, and a grandson, Gabriel. When he can get away, Dr. Morgan prefers to spend his time hiking, backpacking, and fishing wilderness areas in the Colorado Rockies.