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Jamie is studying for her PhD at the Tizard Centre, University of Kent. Her research interests include providing parent and sibling training for families that have children with autism, early intervention and verbal behaviour.
Jamie has a MA in Applied Behaviour Analysis from the Ohio State University and is a Board Certified Analyst with over 16 years experience working with children with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Jamie has provided supervision of home based ABA programmes, worked as a behaviour consultant for children receiving early intervention services, served as a co-ordinator of behaviour services, worked as an educational consultant and served as a training/workshop co-ordinator.
Jamie lectures on the course for person centred support and the graduate diploma for behaviour analysis.
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Hughes, J., Kirby, T., & McCord, B (2004). Study questions/follow-up activities for Choice Making in Educational Settings by Peterson, S., Neef, N., Van Norman, R. & Ferreri, S. In W.L.Heward, T.E.Heron, N.A. Neef, S.M.Peterson, D.M.Sainato, G.Cartledge, R.Gardner III, L.D. Peterson, S.B. Hersch, & J.C.Dardig (Eds), Focus on behavior analysis in education: achievements, challenges and opportunities. Upper Saddle River, NJ:Prentice Hall/Merrill
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Jamie's research interests include the following: developing and implementing a parent training programme for young children with autism, behavioural training for siblings of children with autism, early screening and identification of young children and home-based interventions with an emphasis on Skinne's analysis of verbal behaviour.back to top