First Student to Complete Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis Successfully Defends Dissertation

Eric Rozenblat dissertation photo

Congratulations to Caldwell University graduate student Eric Rozenblat, who successfully defended his dissertation research under the mentorship of Dr. Kenneth Reeve, The Alvin R. Calman Professor of Applied Behavior Analysis. Eric is the first person to complete the requirements for the Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis at Caldwell University. His dissertation is entitled “Teaching Joint Attention Skills to Adolescents and Young Adults with Autism Using Script and Script-Fading Procedures.” Eric is pictured center in the photo along with his Dissertation Committee (L > R) Dr. Sharon Reeve (Chair, Applied Behavior Analysis Department), Dr. Ken Reeve, Dr. Dawn Townsend (Executive Director, Institute for Educational Achievement), and Dr. Ruth DeBar (Assistant Professor, Applied Behavior Analysis Department).


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