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Kathleen "Katie" Hine, PhD, BCBA, LBA

Adjunct Assistant Research Professor
PhD, Developmental and Child Psychology, University of Kansas
Primary office:
620-421-6550, ext. 1782
Parsons Research Center

Areas of Interest

Clinical application of behavioral interventions for individuals (adults, youth, and children) with challenging behavior, staff, and parent training

Basic research on stimulus control and schedules of reinforcement.


Publications

Freeman, R., Smith, C., Zarcone, J., Kimbrough, P., Tieghi-Benet, M., Wickham, D., Reese, M., Hine, K., & Koegel, R. L. (2005). Building a statewide plan for embedding positive behavior support in human service organizations. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 7, 109-1199. 

Hemstreet, B. E., & Drake, K. M. (2002). Treatment integrity in the provision of services to individuals with dual diagnosis. In J. W. Jacobson, J. A. Mulick, & C. S. Holburn (Eds.), Contemporary Dual Diagnosis: MH/MR, Service Models: Volume I: Residential and Day Services (pp. 55-64). New York: NADD.

Hine, K. (2014). Effects of behavioral skills training with directed data collection on the acquisition of behavioral practices by workers in a private, not-for-profit childcare center. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 34(5), 223-232.

Hine, K., & Moore, K. (2015). Family care treatment for dispersed populations of children with behavioral challenges: Design, implementation, and initial outcomes of an evidence-informed treatment. Children and Youth Services Review, 58, 179-186.

Saunders, R. R., Drake, K. M., & Spradlin, J. E. (1999). Equivalence class establishment, expansion, and modification in preschool children. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 71, 101‑107.

Saunders, K. J., Hine, K., Hayashi, Y., & Williams, D. C. (2016). Adventitious reinforcement of maladaptive stimulus control interferes with learning. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 9.3, 223-229.


Selected Presentations

Hine, K. (2016, January). Family Care Treatment: Using applied behavior analysis in the home to teach rural families to support their children with challenging behavior.  Webinar conducted for PART Practice & Research Together, Toronto, Ont.

Hine, K. (2017, March). Training for parents of children with challenging behavior in rural America. Presentation at the annual meeting of the International Conference on Positive Behavior Support, Denver, CO.

 


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