Caleb Davis, MS, BCBA
- Adjunct Faculty, School Psychology Department, Applied Behavior Analysis Master of Arts Program
- MS in Applied Behavior Analysis from Western New England University
- BS in Psychology from Husson University
- Behavioral Assessment
Research and Practice Interests
My research interests are assessment and treatment of escape-maintained problem behavior, including functional analysis and antecedent interventions. Current areas of research include application of behavior analytic procedures in treating problem behavior and improving compliance of individuals diagnosed with CHARGE syndrome.
Professional Licenses and Certifications
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst
- Licensed Applied Behavior Analyst
Publications and Presentations
CALEB R. DAVIS & Eileen M. Roscoe (2012). Evaluating Strategies for Clarifying Ambiguous Functional Analysis Outcomes. APBA Poster Presentation.
CALEB R. DAVIS, Eileen M. Roscoe, and Nancy P. Errera (2012). Non-contingent Reinforcement Without Extinction: Maintaining Vs. Arbitrary for Escape Maintained Problem Behavior. BABAT Symposium.
CALEB R. DAVIS & Eileen M. Roscoe (2013). A Comparison of Two NCR Without Extinction Procedures for Escape-Maintained Problem Behavior. BABAT Poster Presentation (Finalist for BABAT B.F. Skinner Poster Award)
CALEB R. DAVIS, Eileen M. Roscoe, and Nancy P. Errera (2014). A Comparison of Two NCR Without Extinction Procedures for Escape-Maintained Problem Behavior. ABAI Symposium.
Current Professional Leadership and/or Concurrent Work Experience
- Behavior Analyst at Perkins School for the Blind
Prior Professional Leadership and/or Work Experience
- Autism Spectrum Therapies
- The New England Center for Children
- Eastern Maine Counseling and Testing Services