Andrew W. Gardner, PhD
BA in Liberal Arts & Psychology with minor in Anthropology, Utah State University, 1996
MS in School Psychology, Utah State University, 2001
PhD in School Psychology, University of Iowa, 2005
Postdoctoral Fellow, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Kennedy Krieger Institute, 2005 – 2006
PO Box 15106
Flagstaff, AZ 86011-5036
Dr. Gardner’s research interests include: the assessment and treatment of problem behavior (mild to severe) in children with and without disabilities, functional analysis methodology, care provider quality of attention, choice options and non-compliance, Latino/Hispanic families’ acceptability of behavioral treatments, bio-behavioral treatments for medical conditions, Autism spectrum disorders, and functional communication training.
- Gardner, A.W., Wacker, D.P., & Boelter, E.W. An evaluation of the interaction between quality of attention and negative reinforcement with children displaying escape-maintained problem behavior. (Accepted pending revisions – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
- Boelter, E.W., Wacker, D.P., Call, N.A., Ringdahl, J.E., Kopelman, T. & Gardner, A.W. (2007). Antecedent effects on disruptive behavior and accurate responding in young children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 40, 321 – 326.
- Davis III, T.E., Kurtz, P.F., Gardner, A.W. & Carman, N.B. (2006). Cognitive-behavioral treatment for specific phobias with a child demonstrating severe problem behavior and developmental delays. (In press – Research in Developmental Disabilities).
- Chavda, U., Kao, R., Saldatou, A., Gardner, A., Knudson, P., Su, H., Eberly, S. S. & Van Dyke, D. C. (2003). Important Issues in the Care and Evaluation of Bilingual/Multilingual Children. International Pediatrics, Vol 18, No. 1, 8-13.
- Harding, J. W., Wacker, D. P., Berg, W. K., Barretto, A., Winborn, L., & Gardner, A. W. (2001). Analysis of Response Class Hierarchies with Attention-Maintained Problem Behavior. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 34, 61-64.
Psychology 320 – Principles of Learning
Psychology 620 – Psychology of Learning