L. Fernando Guerrero
- Los Angeles
- Applied Behavior Analysis
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
- Office Phone
Dr. Guerrero obtained his doctorate in Behavior Analysis at the University of Nevada, Reno. He is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and is currently an associate professor in the Applied Behavior Analysis Program, Los Angeles Campus. He has been behavioral consultant and program supervisor of behavioral services for individuals with developmental disabilities at different organizations, and is cofounder of the Institute for Effective Behavioral Interventions.
- Education History
Degree Institution Doctorate in Behavior Analysis University of Nevada, Reno, NV
- Community Involvement
Organization Association for Behavior Analysis California Association for Behavior Analysis
- Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise Autism/Developmental Disorders Applied Behavior Analysis Autistic Spectrum Child & Adolescent Development Learning/Learning Disabilities Marriage & Family Family Therapy Parenting Psychology Subdisciplines - Developmental Psychology Research Design/Methodology Mixed Methods Research
Burcham, B., & Guerrero, L. F. (2013). Effects of task clarification, manager presence, and a contest on customer greeting and customer sales. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Publicover, N.G., Hayes, L. J., Guerrero, L. F., & Hunter, K. W. (2009). Video imaging system for automated shaping and analysis of complex locomotory behavior. Journal of Neurosciences Methods, 182, 34-42.
- Professional Skills
applied behavior analysis, autistic spectrum, children, adolescent, families , developmental disabilities, learning/learning disabilities, parenting, research design/methodology