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Regina Carroll, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Behavior Analysis

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Dr. Regina Carroll earned her doctorate degree in applied behavior analysis in 2012 from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Munroe-Meyer Institute. She joined the Department of Psychology in July 2012 as a tenure-track assistant professor.

Research Interests

Dr. Carroll has been an assistant professor in psychology in the Behavior Analysis Program Area since 2012. As an Applied Behavior Analyst, her research involves applying basic principles of behavior to interventions for children with autism and developmental disabilities. Specific research interests include skill acquisition in children with developmental disabilities, treatment integrity, staff training, verbal behavior, and the assessment and treatment of stereotypic behavior.


  • Psychology 379 – Community Psychology
  • Psychology 533 – Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Psychology 611 – Single Subject Research Methods
  • Psychology 630 – Behavior Analysis Practicum