Kenda Morrison, Ph.D., BCBA-D

Principal Lecturer

Dr. Kenda Morrison is a Principal Lecturer in the Department of Behavior Analysis. She received a Ph.D. in Developmental and Child Psychology from the University of Kansas in 1999, under the tutelage of Dr. Donald Baer. At that time, she also became a certified Early Childhood Special Education teacher. Dr. Morrison used Applied Behavior Analysis to support children with autism and their families for 28 years. She worked for the Early Childhood Autism Program (Lawrence, KS), the UCLA Young Autism Project, and Princeton Child Development Institute. She then supervised in-home intervention teams through her private practice. Dr. Morrison has published studies in peer-reviewed journals and has presented talks and workshops throughout several states. She has been teaching distance learning courses for UNT since 2011.

Primary Research Interests: 

Distance Learning Pedagogy: effectiveness, social validity, temporal discounting

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