Seth received his B.A. in psychology from Southern Illinois University and later his M.A. in Applied Behavior Analysis from University of Maryland-Baltimore County. While receiving his master’s degree, he spent 3 years working at the Kennedy Krieger Institute, Neurobehavioral In-Patient Program designed to evaluate and treat severe problem behaviors. Seth joined Kennesaw State as an Instructor in Fall, 2012 and teaches primarily PSYC 4345 Learning and Behavior and PSYC 4430 Abnormal. In addition to teaching at KSU, Seth currently serves as a Behavioral Clinical Practitioner in the Severe Behavior Department at the Marcus Autism Center and is currently a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). His experience is in working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who engage in high intensity aggressive, disruptive, and self-injurious behaviors. His other areas of interest includes the study of human and non-human behavior, more specifically the analysis of token systems in academic and home settings, factors that influence preference and choice, functional communication training, and the investigation of pica treatment interventions.
Parks, N. A., Clark, S. B., & Call, N. A. (2012). Differential Responding Across Therapists in a Functional Analysis: A Case Study. Behavioral Interventions.
Hagopian, L. P., Gonzalez, M. L., Rivet, T. T., Triggs, M., & Clark, S.B. (2011). Treatment of Pica through Response Chain Alterations. Behavioral Interventions.