Analyst Resources

Resources from our Behavior Analysts.

Below, you will find resources that are recommended by our our highly qualified BAs (Behavior Analysts). These are professional resources intended to serve you and others in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis.

Many resources below have been created by our Behavior Analysts. Other links will take you off the Elite site to other sources, and while Elite is not able to give a formal endorsement of every site/link included, we are pleased to direct you to the materials recommended by our trusted staff of professional Behavior Analysts.

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Analyst Resources

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REBECCA BURTON, MA
DIDD Approved Behavior Analyst
rburton@elitebehavior.com

Rebecca Burton grew up in east Tennessee and attended East Tennessee State University where she majored in clinical psychology.  During her time at ETSU, she became interested in behavior analysis after taking a class in behavior modification techniques.  After receiving her Bachelor of Science degree from ETSU in May of 2009, Rebecca decided to pursue a graduate degree in the field.

While attending graduate school, she completed an internship at the Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Clinic at Vanderbilt.  She received a Master of Arts in clinical psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis from Middle Tennessee State University in May of 2012.  Rebecca is a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International and is a DIDD approved behavior analyst providing services in the Middle Tennessee region.

RECOMMENDED RESOURCES:

ARTICLE: Functional Communication Training: A Review and Practical Guide
AUTHOR: 
Jeffrey H. Tiger, Lousiana State University, Gregory P. Hanley, Western New England College, Jennifer Bruzek, Vanderbilt University
FOR: Professionals in the field of Behavior Analysis

ARTICLE: A Tutorial on the Concept of the Motivating Operation and Its Importance to Application
AUTHOR:  
Paul Langthorne, Ph.D., BCBA; Peter McGill, CPsychol., BCBA, University of Kent
FOR: Professionals in the field of Behavior Analysis

 

TAMERA ROST, MA
DIDD Approved Behavior Analyst
trost@elitebehavior.com

Tamera Rost grew up in New Orleans and attended a community college where she took her first psychology course and fell in love with the field. She transferred to the University of New Orleans to major in psychology After Hurricane Katrina, she moved to Shreveport and attended Louisiana State University in Shreveport and became a member of Psi Chi and the Psychology Club. She engaged in research and extracurricular activities, as well as volunteering at the Gingerbread House – a center for children who have been sexually abused – during the summertime.

After receiving her Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Tamera moved to Tennessee where she attended Middle Tennessee State University and majored in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis. She continued her involvement in research activities and became a member of the Pinnacle Honor Society. Tamera received her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis from MTSU in May of 2012. She is a member of the Association for Psychological Behavior Analysts and is a DIDD Approved Behavior Analyst providing services in the eastern Tennessee region.

RECOMMENDED RESOURCES:

ARTICLE: The Manipulation Box
AUTHOR:
Tamera Rost, MA, DIDD Approved Behavior Analyst
FOR: Professionals in the field of Behavior Analysis
IMAGE: Click here for the image of the Manipulation Box

ARTICLE: Useful Tactics – Students with ADHD/Short Attention Span
AUTHOR:  
Tamera Rost, MA, DIDD Approved Behavior Analyst
FOR: Teachers, parents and caregivers.

 

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