About Lori L. Finn

Lori Finn is an assistant professor and the chair of the Center for Applied Behavior Analysis at Russell Sage College.

 

Recent Courses Taught

ABA 501: Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis
ABA 510: Clinical Practicum in ABA I
ABA 513: Clinical Practicum in ABA IV
ABA 525: Social, Communication, and Play Skills in Children with ASD
ABA 601: Professional Practice in Applied Behavior Analysis
ABA 610: Advanced Topics in ABA
ABA 615: Research Seminar in ABA

Research Interest

Pyramidal staff training
Improving staff performance using behavior-skills training
Decreasing restrictive interventions
Online Learning

Selected Publications

Finn, L. L. & Davis, C.  (2015).  Creating Interactive Video Lectures to Increase Student Engagement.  Workshop presented at the Teaching Professor Technology Conference; New Orleans, LA

Reinecke, D., & Finn, L. L. (2015). Video lectures in online graduate education: Relationship between use of lectures and outcome measures. Journal of Information Technology Education: Research, 14, 113-121. Retrieved from http://www.jite.org/documents/Vol14/JITEV14ResearchP113-121Reinecke0439.pdf

Educational Background

Ph.D., The Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York
Psychology (Learning Processes/Behavior Analysis)
M.Phil.,The Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York
Psychology
M.A., Queens College, City University of New York
Psychology
B.A., Clark University
Psychology/Special Education,