Kyle E. Rowsey

Visiting Assistant Professor

Research Interests

Complex human behavior, choice-making, impulsivity, punishment and aversive control

Courses Taught

Basic Behavior Analysis, Complex Behavior Analysis, Group Experimental Design, Single Subject Research Design, Legal and Ethical Issues, Staff Training and Development, and Verbal Behavior

 

Sample publications 

Rowsey, K. E., Belisle, J., & Dixon, M. R. (2014).  Principal component analysis of the PEAK relational training system.  Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities 27(1), 15-23.

Dixon, M. R., Whiting, S. W., Rowsey, K. E., Gunnarsson, K., & Enoch, M. R. (2014). Direct observation of road construction workers.  Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 34(3), 179-187.

McKeel, A. N., Dixon, M. R., Daar, J. H., Rowsey, K. E., & Szekely, S. (2015).  Evaluating the efficacy of the PEAK Relational Training System using a randomized controlled trial of children with autism.  Journal of Behavioral Education, 24(2), 230-241. 

Dixon, M. R., Whiting, S. W., Gunnarsson, K. F., Daar, J. H., & Rowsey, K. E.  (2015).  Trends in behavior-analytic gambling research and treatment.  The Behavior Analyst, 38(2), 179-202.

Belisle, J., Rowsey, K. E., & Dixon, M. R. 2016).  The Use of In-Situ Behavioral Skills Training to Improve Staff Implementation of the PEAK Relational Training System.  Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 36(1), 71-79.

McKeel, A. N., Rowsey, K. E., Belisle, J., Dixon, M. R., & Szekely, S. (2015).  Teaching complex verbal operants with the PEAK Relational Training System.  Behavior Analysis in Practice, 8, 241-244.