Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic
The Autism and Developmental Disabilities clinic provides direct ABA services to children with Autism and related disorders. Clients include individuals between the ages of 2 through mid-20s. Undergraduates would have the opportunity to gain hands on experiences providing interventions, collecting data, and conducting clinic/field-based research.
- School Psychology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Behavior
- College & Department:
- College of Education...051500 - Educational Psychology
- 2015-04-13 to 2018-05-11
- Paid Position:
- Hrs. Req. Per Week:
- How to Apply:
Please contact Dr. Gadke by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in becoming involved with research related to Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic.
Responsibilities may vary based on the case you are assigned to work with. In general, responsibilities include assistance with delivery of interventions and data collection.
- Position Details:
Undergraduates are assigned to at least one case that maps on to their interest (and availability); however, more can be assigned if interested. Undergraduates work directly with School Psychology graduate students working towards their Ph.D. or Ed.S degrees. The graduate students act as lead clinicians. Undergraduates are required to show up to their weekly cases, which will be the same time each week.
- Faculty Contact:
- Daniel Gadke
- 508 Allen Hall
- (662) 325-3312