Tiger Behavior Analysis Research Lab

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Garland Hall

Psychology Department

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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Welcome to the Tiger Behavior Analysis Research Laboratory at the Psychology Department of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Our research program is directed towards improving the education, care, and treatment of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities through clinical and translational research.

Please learn about our research program following the links to the left.

224 Garland Hall

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

2441 E. Hartford Ave,

Milwaukee, WI 53092

Phone: 414-229-4176

E-mail: tiger@uwm.edu

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Announcements

 

 Congratulations to Brittany Putnam and Melissa Krabbe, who received John and Lynn Schiek Research Grants to support their research in the coming year.

 Congratulations to Caitlin Peplinski for receiving the Best Poster Award from the Wisconsin Association for Behavior Analysis in 2013.

 Congratulations to Brittany Putnam and Caitlin Peplinski who passed their BCBA examinations in 2014.

 Congratulations to Melissa Krabbe, who was admitted into the doctoral program at UWM to begin in the Fall of 2014. Melissa also received a John and Lynn Schiek stipend.

 Congratulations to Hannah Geiger, who was admitted into the masterís program at UWM to begin in the Fall of 2014. Hannah received the Corrine Donley Fellowship in Applied Behavior Analysis.

 Welcome to Dr. Tiffany Kodak, who is joining the faculty at UWM in the Fall of 2014.

 

Come see us

 

 In the past year, the Tiger Lab has presented research at the conventions of the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI), the Association for Professional Behavior Analysts (APBA), the Mid-American Association for Behavior Analysis (MidABA), the Alabama Association for Behavior Analysis (ALABA), the Heartland Association for Behavior Analysis (HLABA), the Minnesota Northlands Association for Behavior Analysis (MNABA), and the Wisconsin Association for Behavior Analysis (WisABA). We will be hitting the road again soon!