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Assistant Director

Jennifer Rodzinak


Jennifer Rodzinak

Jennifer earned her Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Psychology from Allegheny College in 2007 and has completed coursework toward her Masters degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and Caldwell University.  She is an Assistant Director at Somerset Hills Learning Institute and has provided training to staff and parents based on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis in school, home, and community settings for the last 8 years.

She has presented: Using Prompt Fading by Systematically Decreasing Physical Contact to Teach Self-Help Skills at the Princeton Child Development Institute Annual Conference and “Effects of DRL and DRO Schedule of Reinforcement on the Frequency of Interfering Behaviors” at the Association of Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) Annual Conference. Jennifer’s clinical research interests include activity schedules, scripts and script fading, and prompts and prompt fading.

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