References

Symposium Presentations:

Clement, T., Reaves, D., Prejean, T., & Madere, T. (2013). Blood, sweat, tears- making it in a

public school arena. Symposium presented at the annual Gulf Coast Applied Behavior Analysis conference, Baton Rouge, LA. 

 

Clement, T., Vignes, I., Reaves, D., Prejean, T., & Madere, T. (2014). Positive changes with

positive practice. Symposium presented at the annual Gulf Coast Applied Behavior Analysis conference, Baton Rouge, LA. 

 

Clement, T., Vignes, I., Reaves, D., Prejean, T., & Madere, T. (2015). The application of the

CABAS® model in a public school setting. Symposium presented at the annual Comprehensive Application of Applied Behavior Analysis conference, Richmond, VA. 

 

Clement, T., & White, P. (2016). A comparative analysis of imitation and emulation tasks and

the identification of co-requisites for emulation. Symposium presented at the annual Gulf Coast Applied Behavior Analysis conference, New Orleans, LA. 

 

Clement, T., & White, P. (2016). Positive changes through parent training. Symposium presented

at the annual Gulf Coast Applied Behavior Analysis conference, New Orleans, LA. 

 

Clement, T., White, P., Leow-Dyke, N., & Gautreaux, G. (2018). A comparative analysis of imitation and emulation tasks and the identification of co-requisite to emulation. Symposium presented at the 44th annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, San Diego, CA

 

Clement, T., & White, P. (2018). Increasing food acceptance for a student with autism.

Symposium presented at the annual Gulf Coast Applied Behavior Analysis conference, New Orleans, LA. 

 

Moran, A., & Clement, T. (2018). Science of success: Improving employee performance to impact

company outcomes. Symposium presented at the OM Innovation Conference, Lafayette, LA

 

Poster Presentation:

Clement, T., Jack Spear, Annette Griffith, & Julie Ackerlund-Brandt. (2018). The effects of a rotated protocol immersion on early observing responses in children with developmental delays. Poster presented at the 44th annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, San Diego, CA

Tricia Clement

Thibodaux, LA

tclement@ego.thechicagoschool.edu

Curriculum Vitae

About Tricia

Outside of work and school I teach a special needs dance class and enjoy being outdoors.

 

Research Interests

My research interests are quite varied. As a BCBA who works primarily with children and young adults with disabilities, I am interested in studying procedures used in applied settings to increase appropriate responding and to induce developmental cusps and capabilities in children with developmental disabilities. Along with research directly with younger clients, I am interested and have conducted research in staff training, implementation and uses for components of the CABAS® model in public school and clinical settings, and research on larger scales within the field of OBM addressing topics such as work safety and pay for performance models.

 

Specifically, I have several projects underway and or completed while studying at TCSPP. For example, I studied the effect of rotating protocols to induce early observing responses in individuals with developmental disabilities. One current project is focused on comparing types of error corrections across response topographies and levels of verbal behavior. Another current project is related to
the study of emulation from a behavior analytic perspective.

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