Ph.D., BCBA-D, University Kansas, 2006
I conduct research related to the education and treatment of individuals with developmental and/or sensory disabilities. In particular, my research is focused upon early intervention for children with autism presenting with marked skill deficiencies (e.g., limited language or social skills) or behavioral excesses (e.g., aggressive or self-injurious behavior). I have also been developing instructional programs for teaching braille reading to children with visual impairments and their teachers.
Behavior Analysis, Research Methods
Psych 502: Applied Behavior Analysis
Psych 620: Single Subject Design
Psych 736: Functional Assessment and Intervention
Tiger, J., & Reed, D. k. Translational and applied choice research. Bridging the gap between science and practice in autism service delivery. New York: Springer.
Reed, D. K., & Tiger, J. Basic Choice Research. Bridging the gap between science and practice in autism service delivery. New York: Springer.
Tiger, J., Putnam, B. C., & Peplinski, C. S. (2014). Operant Conditioning in Developmental Disabilities. Handbook of Operant and Classical Conditioning, 559-580. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
Barlow, K. E., Tiger, J., Slocum, S. K., Miller, S. J., & (2013). Comparing mand acquisition with selection-based and topography-based communication systems. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, Association for Behavior Analysis, 28.
Ahearn, W., & Tiger, J. (2012). Behavioral approaches to the treatment of autism. APA Handbook of Behavior Analysis, Vol 2: Translating principles into practice, 301-327. Washington DC: American Psychological Association.
Tiger, J., & Kliebert, M. L. (2011). Stimulus Preference Assessments. Teaching a behavior support for children and adults with autism spectrum disorder: A "how to" practitioner’s guide, 30-37. New York: Oxford University Press.
Hanley, G. P., & Tiger, J. (2011). Differential Reinforcement procedures. Handbook of Applied Behavior Analysis, 229-249.
Kleibert, M. L., Tiger, J., & Toussaint, K. A. (2011). An approach to identify the conditions under which response interruption will reduce automatically reinforced problem behavior. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 4, 17-26.
Tiger, J., Fisher, W. W., Toussaint, K. A., & Kodak, T. (2009). Three case examples of progressing from initially ambiguous funcitonal analysis outcomes. Research in Developmental Disabilities, Netherlands: Elsevier Science
Hanley, G. P., Tiger, J., Ingvarsson, E. T., Cammilleri, A. P., & (2009). Influencing preschoolers’ free-play preferences: An evaluation of satiation and embedded reinforcement. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior