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Thomas C. Barnes, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor, Counseling Psychology Department

Contact Information

Phone: 610-341-1595
Email: tbarnes1@eastern.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. in Psychology, Northeastern University
  • M.A. in Applied Behavior Analysis, Northeastern University
  • B.A. Major in Psychology, University of Delaware
  • Certificate in School Psychology, Rider University
  • Educational Administration Certificate, Delaware Valley University

Certifications:

  • PA Certification in School Psychology and Educational Administration
  • PA Licensed Psychologist

Professional Experience

  • School Psychologist/Behavior Analyst, Council Rock School District, PA
  • Adjunct Professor of Graduate Psychology, Rider University, NJ
  • Clinical Director, Devereux, Inc.  Berwyn, PA

Selected Publications

  • Weinberg, M., Hyman, J., & Barnes, T. (2002). Residential treatment options for adults with dual diagnosis. In. J. Jacobson, J. Mulick, & S. Holburn (Eds.). Contemporary Dual Diagnosis, MH/MR Service Models Volume I: Residential and Day Services. Kingston, NY: National Association for the Dually Diagnosed.
  • Sidman, M., Wynne, C. K., Maguire, R.W., & Barnes, T. (1989). Functional classes and equivalence relations. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 52, 261-274.

Selected Conference Presentations

  • McQuillan, K., & Barnes, T. (2003). Functional Behavior Assessment: A Proactive Team Approach.  Presentation at the National Association for School Psychologists Convention, Toronto, ON.
  • Barnes, T., & McQuillan, K (2002). Behavior Analysis & Academic Behaviors. Symposium presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis Convention, Toronto, ON. 
  • Barnes, T (2001). A Behavior Analysis Approach to Education. Symposium presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis Convention, New Orleans, LA. 
  • Barnes, T., & Sidman, M. (1988). Equivalence without Symmetry? A Stimulus Artifact and a Surprise Ending. Poster presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis Convention, Philadelphia, PA. 

Professional Associations    

  • Pennsylvania State Education Association
  • American Psychological Association
  • American Association of University Professors
  • Council Rock Education Association
  • Advisory Committee, David Mandt Associates
  • Editorial Board: Journal of Early Intensive Behavioral Interventions

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