Carole M. Van Camp
Dr. Carole M. Van Camp, Assistant Professor & Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Ph.D., Louisiana State University,
B.S., Louisiana State University, 1996
I am an applied behavior analyst interested in evaluating and applying the principles of behavior to address a variety of socially significant issues. My research interests include assessing and encouraging physical activity in children. We also conduct research on preference and reinforce assessments with typically developing preschool children. I have also conducted research on the assessment and treatment of behavior problems displayed by children and adults with intellectual disabilities, behavioral parent training, and large scale evaluations of behavioral interventions.
Students interested in joining the Dr. Van Camp's Translational and Applied Behavioral Sciencve (TABS) Lab should complete a TABS Lab Application and submit it to Dr. Van Camp at the email address above.
Donaldson, J. M., Vollmer, T. R., Yakick, T. M., & VanCamp, C. M.(2013).Effects of a reduced time-out interval oncompliance with the time-out instruction.Journal of Applied BehaviorAnalysis, 46, 369-378.
Van Camp, C. M., & Hayes, L. B.(2012).Assessing and increasing physical activity.Journalof Applied Behavior Analysis, 45, 871-875.
Van Camp, C. M., Montgomery, J. L., Vollmer, T. R., Kosarek, J. A., Happe, S., Burgos, V., & Manzolillo, A. (2008). Behavioral parent training in child welfare: Maintenance and Booster Training. Research on Social Work Practice, 18, 392-400.
Van Camp, C. M., Vollmer, T. R., Goh, H., Whitehouse, C. M., Reyes, J., & Montgomery, J. L. (2008). Behavioral parent training in child welfare: Evaluations of skills acquisition. Research on Social Work Practice, 18, 377-391.
Van Camp, C. M., Lerman, D. C., Cherry, K. E., & Bielecki, J., (2006). A methodology for evaluating the relation between staff attention and disruptive behavior displayed by nursing home residents with dementia. Clinical Gerontologist, 29, 11-25.
Van Camp, C. M., & Vollmer, T.R. (2001). A systematic evaluation of stimulus preference, response effort, and stimulus control in the treatment of automatically reinforced self-injury. Behavior Therapy, 32, 603-613.
Van Camp, C. M., Lerman, D. C., Kelley, M. E., Contrucci, S. A., & Vorndran, C. M. (2000). Variable-time reinforcement schedules in the treatment of socially maintained problem behavior. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 33, 545-557.
Van Camp, C. M., Lerman, D., Kelley, M., Roane, H., Conctrucci, S., & Vondran, C. (2000). Further analysis of idiosyncratic influences during the assessment and treatment of problem behavior. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 33, 207-221.