Hometown: Near Lake Tahoe
Interests: Safety/health/fitness, organization & systems analysis, behavioral technology, university teaching, sustainable communities & 'green behavior'
Biography: I received my BA in psychology from Clark University in 1976 and earned an MS (1985) and Ph.D. (1987) in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. In 2006 I became an Assistant Professor of psychology in the Behavior Analysis Program at the University of Nevada, Reno and Director of Faculty for off-campus behavior analysis programs. I've held faculty appointments in the Behavior Analysis and Industrial/Organizational Program at Western Michigan University (2003-2006)and the Behavior Analysis Program at West Virginia University (1987-1991). As a Trustee of the Cambridge Center for Behavior Studies I am a member of the CCBS Team for accreditation of behavior-based occupational safety programs. Prior to a return to academia I was a manager and then VP for a management firm providing workers’ compensation services and technologies to small & mid-sized employers. In that role I was Principal Investigator on Small Business Innovations Research Grants to develop and test behavioral safety technologies for employers in New England. My lab group at UNR investigates behavioral approaches to safety & health promotion, university instruction, and 'green' community practices. I an an avid skier & cyclist.
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