| Karen GouldPhD|
Clinical Associate Professor, Director of Applied Behavioral Analysis Programs
Department: Department of Counseling and Applied Educational Psychology
Office: 404 International Village
PhD, MA, BSEd, University of Kansas
Learning and motivation
Gould, K.E. (2005). Treating challenging behaviors: The impact of methodological and conceptual advances in applied behavior analysis. Behavior Analyst Today, Vol. 6, No.3.
Gould, K.E. (2005). The corporate university: A model for sustaining an expert workforce in the human services, Behavior Modification, 29, 508-520
Howard, B. & Gould, K.E. (2000). Strategic planning for employee happiness: A business goal for human service organizations. American Journal of Mental Retardation, 105, 377-386.
Dr. Gould has secured over 14 million dollars in training, research, and demonstration project grants. Her primary interest is in changing the systems of care to individuals with developmental disabilities through manpower development, service delivery improvement, and research on clinical and educational procedures. Her most recent research grant examined the influence of functional movement training on the life-skill development of children with development disabilities.