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CRP HISTORY OF RESEARCH PRESENTED AT
NATIONAL AND STATEWIDE
BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS CONFERENCES

 

                                    From 1984 to 2-9-2005

I:            April 5-8,1984 WPA in LA

1--Bill paying made easy. Cris Clay, Guy Tidwell & Enio Cipani

2---Pre-vocational Skills Training among mentally disabled adults. Joanne Green, Linda Speed Anderson, & Robert Lonczak

3:--The recreation Club: Integrating mentally disabled adults into the community. Nona Patterson, Robert Lonczak & Joan Green

II:            April 18-21, 1985 WPA in San Jose

1---Increasing medication compliance. Robert Lonczak, Victor Corsiglia, Colleen More, Laurie Stewart, Gerritt Rutgers

2---Increasing voluntary participation among chronically mentally disabled adults. Joanne Green, Kristin Kupka, Terry Giampedraglia, Sandra Freilich, Kimberli Student, Robert Walls, Rebecca Bryant & Robert lonczak

3---Teaching bill paying to out-patient chronic mentally disabled adults. Cris t. Clay, Guy Tidwell & Enio Cipani

4---A comparison of two tutorial approached to computer software, Toni Steil

5---Increasing participation visa via graphical feedback. Cris Clay & Pat Short

6---The community re-entry project: A behavioral approach to community residential treatment. Cris T. Clay—PAPER

III:            March 10-13 1988, WPA

1---Stimulus control with drug abuse in Psychiatric Outpatients. Nicole miller, Martin Gipson, Nona Patterson, Cris Clay

IV:            March 10-12, 1989. NCABA in SAN FRANCISCO

1—The CRP Program: 15 years of a behavioral University based continuum of care for the mentally disabled. Martin Gipson, Cris Clay, Lisa Roberts Peter Patch and Annette Kearl

V:            November 1-4 1990. AABT in San Francisco

1---Reduction of Antiparkinsonian Medication abuse by the chronically mentally ill. Nicole Miller, Martin Gipson, Diana Norcott and cris clay

VI:            May 25-28, 1992. ABA in San Francisco

1---Increasing weekly exercise among outpatient chronic mentally disabled adults. Kris Mills, Martin Gipson and Keven Schock

2---The Community re-Entry Program: A behavioral internship stategy delivers long term advantage to the chronically mentally ill while reducing mental health systems cost. Martin Gipson, Bruce Hopperstad, Cris Clay, Cathy Bryson, Todd Fabian, Kris Mills, Andrew Ruiz, Keven Schock

VII:            February 18-20, 1993. NCABA in Oakland

1--- The Community re-Entry Program: A behavioral internship stategy delivers long-term advantage to the chronically mentally ill while reducing mental health systems cost. Martin Gipson, Bruce Hopperstad, Cris Clay, Cathy Bryson, Todd Fabian, Kris Mills, Andrew Ruiz, Keven Schock

VIII:            February 9-11, 1995 NCABA in Oakland

1---The effects of tangible and social reinforcement on the screaming behavior of a client diagnosed with chronic schizophrenia. Michelle Franco, Cathy Bryson, Robert Wright.

2---The transitional residential facility at Bright House: Outcomes, effects and observations from the first year of operation. Keven Schock, Cathy Bryson, Michelle Franco, Robert Wright and cris clay. This is a SYMPOSIUM

IX:            May 24-28, 1996. ABA in San Francisco

1---Treating the untreatable: An Applied Behavioral approach to the treatment of resistive schizophrenia. Keven Schock, Holly Browning, cris Clay, Martin Gipson. A Symposium

2---Maintenance of basic community functioning skills in a chronic mentally ill population. Denise gaines, eric mayville, kereen kelley and keven schock.

3---An attempt to treat negative symptomology in a 34 year old schizophrenic female. Denise Gaines, Julie Schepis

4---Symptom reduction over time in a behavioral treatment progrm for high service use schizophrenics. Michelle Franco, Kereen Kelly

5---Reducing locked psychiatric time for treatment-resistive schizophrenia in a short-term residential behavioral treatment facility.  Holly Browning, Keven Schock.

X:            February 20-22, 1997. NCABA in Oakland

1---A programatic and cost benefit analysis of 10 years of independent living skills training. Cris Clay, Keven Schock, Annette Junell, Julie Schepis and Martin Gipson.

2---A heirarchy of preference of disability: teachers perspective. Jay Ashmore, Jill Norton, Vyga Kaufman, Cris Clay

3---Relationship of behavioral observations of auditory hallucination behavior to patient self-report. Cathy Bryson, Martin Gipson, and keen schock

4---Attitudes towards mental illness: mental health professionals versus law enforcement. Denise Gaines, Steve Mayville, Karen Trueblood and keven Schock.

5---A measure of attitudes toward people with mental illness. Annette Junell and Martin Gipson

6---Behavioral Interventions to reduce voluntary falling in a schizophrenic male. Holly browning, Scott Harrington, Keven Schock

7---Stigma associated with Mental Illness: College students’ perspective. Julie Schepis, Annette Junell, Cris Clay, Keven Schock and Sue Noe

8---Reliability and validity of person-first disability scale and attitudes toward persons with mental illness. Sue Noe, Eric Mayville, Don Wachelka, and Martin Gipson

9---Behavioral relaxation training: A demonstration. Sue Noe, Roger Poppen and Julie Schepis

XI:            January 29-31, 1998. NCABA in Oakland

1---Increasing medication knowledge in chronic schizophrenics. Holly Browning and Tom Fuller.

2---Program description of a behaviorally based substance abuse program for the chronically mentally ill. Holly Browning and Keven Schock

3---Faulty rule governed behavior in delusional vocalization. Michelle Franco and Keven Schock

4---Designated smoking/lounge area usage: A systematic approach targeting compliance. Todd Fabian, Stephen Wong and Cris Clay. PUBLISHED in Brief Report

5---The reduction of excessive clothes wearing and body dysmorphic symptoms in a chronic schizophrenic male. Stephen Mayville, Stephen Wong, Donald Wachelka and cris clay.

XII:            January 28-30 1999. CAL ABA in San Francisco

1---Energy Conservation and people with disabilities: a comparison of two interventions. Dorwenda lewis, Cris Clay and Margery Elledge.

2---The effects of quality of education on the positive statements of the chronic mentally disabled. Shannon Nichols, Michael Morgan and Cris Clay

3---A community based behavior intervention service for people with mental illness. Sally Roth, Shannon Nichols, Bob Felix and Keven Schock.

4---A token economy for improving staff performance. Michelle Franco, Holly Browning, Paige Wilson and Keven Schock

5---Intervention to change behaviors related to a fixed delusional system. Michelle Franco, Chad Glen, Paige Wilson and Keven Schock.

6---A tribute to Martin Gipson: Behavioral Analysis on the West Coast or Bust. Cris Clay, Julie Schepis and  Floyd O’Brien. This was an AWARDS Presentation

7---Making Sense of Schizophrenic Symptoms: Delusional Statements and Behavior May be Functional in Purpose. Keven Schock, Cris Clay and Enio Cipani. This was PUBLISHED

XIII:                        February 3-5 2000. CAL-ABA in San Francisco

1---Training Mentally Ill Adults to register to Vote. Micheal Morgan, Sara Swope and Cris Clay

2---Teaching Job Skills to the Mentally Ill. Holly White and Leilani Dilibertano

IVX:            February 1-3, 2001. CAL ABA 2001 in Redonda Beach

1---Stimulus Alteration and Non-contingent Reinforcement to Enhance Eating and Reduce Aversive Verbalizations. Tina Hopson, Lisa Pickens, Leilani Deliberto and Keven Schock

2---Using a changing criterion design to increase hygeine behavior in a male diagnosed with schizophrenia. Wendy Lapitan, Erin McGuire and Keven Schock.

3---Remote Prompting to Facilitate Returning to a Care Facility. Molly Thompson, Tara Kuhn, Keven Schock

4---Teaching bus riding to a person diagnosed with mental illness. Holly White, Paul Heering, Leilani DeLiberto and keven Schock

5---Discrete trials to reduce delusional vocalizations and increase appropriate vocalization. Paige Wilson, Ralph Pampino, Lelani DeLiberto and Keven Schock

6---Diet Compliance contingency contracts in a female diagnosed with schizophrenia. Eric Alford, Julianne Patalano and Keven Schock

7---Contingency Contracting to reduce dangerous smoking ina female diagnosed with schizophrenia. Mindi Bonfanti, Michelle Franco Jamie Sweeney and Keven Schock.

8---Analysis and Function-Based Intervention for the Treatment of Aberrant Verbal Behavior in Adults with Schizophrenia.  David Wilder, Akihiko Masuda, Holly White, Melinda Bahan, Caroline O’Connor and Michael Yu.  This is Part of A Symposium

 

9---CRP: A University based behavioral continuum serving people diagnosed with mental disabilities. Keven Schock, Cris Clay, Floyd O’Brien, Jason Locke, Todd Fabian and Holly White. A SYMPOSIUM

CAL ABA AND ABA 2003

ABA POSTERS

Garza, M., Bosch, P., Dietzen, S., Wilson, K.P. and White, H. Using visual prompts to help increase medication compliance in an illiterate male diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.

Hanson, E., Uemura, H., Bovino, R., Granadosin, A. F. D. and White, H. Use of feedback to increase accuracy in filling a medi-set and how this impacted medication compliance.

Hanson, E., Wilson, K. P., Uemura, H. and White, H. The use of phone and visual prompts to increase medication compliance.

Saylors, S., Stone, G., Stoecklin, S. and White, H. Increasing the number of conversation topics a woman diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder can identify.

Saylors, S., Stone, G., Ortega, M. and White, H. Increasing the number of questions and conversation related topics a man diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder can identify.

Stone, G., Saylors, S., Ortega, M. and White, H. Increasing the number of topics and locations to access social conversations with a man diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia can identify.

Gravina, N., Kuhn, B., Gomez, M. and White, H. Teaching problem solving skills to a young adult diagnosed with a mental illness.

Hanson, E., King, S. and Hopson, T. Increasing appointment compliance with an individual diagnosed with a mental illness.

Stoecklin, S. and White, H. Teaching relaxation skills to an elderly man diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder and advanced lung cancer.

Wilson, K. P., Lopez, C., Hopson, T. and White, H. Teaching a HIV positive male diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder how to manage his healthcare.

Wilson, K. P., Bosch, P., Granadosin, A. F. D. and Hopson, T. Teaching requesting, negotiating and protesting skills to a minimally verbal, triplegic individual. 

Santos, E., Perkins, C. L. and White, H. Teaching vocational skills with individuals diagnosed with a mental illness.

Bosch, P., Wilson, K. P., King, S., Hopson, T. and White, H. Increasing the number of activities outside the home – Part 2.

Granadosin, A.F. D., Tran, M. and White, H. Teaching negotiating and requesting skills to adults with a mental illness.

ABA 2003

Symposium               

Behavior Analysis of Chronic Mental Disorders: Challenging the Biomedical Model (Databased Presentation)
Chair: Stephen Wong ( Florida International University )
Discussant: Jose Martinez-Diaz (Florida Institute of Technology)
Why Challenge the Biomedical Model of Mental Disorders?: A Peek Through the Emperor’s New Clothes. STEPHEN WONG ( Florida International University )
Psychotropic Medication as a Potential Establishing Operation for Attention-Maintained Bizarre Speech in an Adult with Schizophrenia. DAVID WILDER, Holly White, Paige Wilson, Staci Saylors and Gloria Stone (University of the Pacific)
Functional Assessment and Brief Functional Analysis of Aberrant Vocalizations in Persons Diagnosed with Schizophrenia. CRIS T. CLAY (University of the Pacific)

Use of Feedback to Increase Accuracy in Filling a Medi-Set and How This Impacted Medication Compliance (Databased Presentation). ERIKA HANSON, Hiro Uemura, Rebecca Bovino and Holly White (University of the Pacific) .

The Use of Phone and Visual Prompts to Increase Medication Compliance (Databased Presentation). ERIKA
HANSON, K. Paige Wilson, Hiro Uemura and Holly White (University of the Pacific)

Teaching Vocational Skill with Individuals Diagnosed with a Mental Illness (Databased Presentation). EMMYLOU SANTOS and Holly White (University of the Pacific)

Teaching Relaxation Skills to an Elderly Man Diagnosed with Schizoaffective Disorder and Advanced Lung Cancer (Databased Presentation). SHELBI STOECKLIN and Holly White (University of the Pacific) 
 
Teaching Negotiating and Requesting Skills to Adults with Mental Illness (Databased Presentation). ADRIENNE GRANADOSIN and Holly White (University of the Pacific) 
 
Increasing the Number of Activities Outside the Home: Part 2 (Databased Presentation). PATRICIA BOSCH, K. Paige Wilson, Sofia King and Holly White (University of the Pacific) 
 
Increasing the Number of Conversation Topics a Woman Diagnosed with Schizoaffective Disorder can Identify (Databased Presentation). STACI SAYLORS, Gloria Stone, Shelbi Stoecklin and Holly White (University of the Pacific)
 
Increasing Appointment Compliance with an Individual Diagnosed with a Mental Illness (Databased Presentation). ERIKA HANSON and Sofia King (University of the Pacific).
 
Increasing the Number of Conversation Related Topics a Man Diagnosed with Schizoaffective Disorder Can Identify (Databased Presentation). STACI SAYLORS, Gloria Stone, Marie Ortega and Holly White (University of the Pacific)
 
Increasing Components of Social Skills with a Man Diagnosed with Paranoid Schizophrenia Can Identify (Databased Presentation). GLORIA STONE, Staci Saylors, Marie Ortega and Holly White (University of the Pacific) .
 
Teaching Requesting, Negotiating and Protesting Skills to a Minimally Verbal, Triplegic Individual (Databased Presentation). K. PAIGE WILSON, Patricia Bosch and Adrienne Granadosin (University of the Pacific)
 
Teaching an HIV Positive Male Diagnosed with Schizoaffective Disorder How to Manage His Healthcare (Databased Presentation). K. PAIGE WILSON, Cynthia Lopez and Holly White (University of the Pacific)
 
Teaching Problem Solving Skills to a Young Adult Diagnosed with a Mental Illness (Databased Presentation). BREHAN KUHN, Marie Gomez and Holly White (University of the Pacific)

Symposium

 

Behavioral Intervention Services with the Mentally Ill: What Does Diagnosis Mean? (Databased Presentation)
Chair: K. Paige Wilson (University of the Pacific)
Discussant: Holly White (University of the Pacific)
Anxiety and Panic Disorders. PATRICIA BOSCH (University of the Pacific) .
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. PAIGE MAXWELL (University of the Pacific)

Schizophrenia. ADRIENNE GRANADOSIN (University of the Pacific)

Symposium

Behavioral Intervention Services with the Mentally Ill: What can you teach? (Databased Presentation)
Chair: K. Paige Wilson (University of the Pacific)
Discussant: Holly White (University of the Pacific)

Medication Education and Compliance. ERIKA HANSON (University of the Pacific)

Problem Solving. BREHAN KUHN (University of the Pacific)
Social Skills. STACI SAYLORS (University of the Pacific)

CAL ABA –2005

1: (OBM) Improving Customer Service Using Organizational Behavior Management Techniques  Kristi M. Baysinger,    Carolynn Kohn, University of the Pacific

2. (CM, ED) Errorless Compliance Training As A Treatment for Noncompliance
In A Preschool Setting  Lucas A. Bradley, Kenneth L. Beauchamp, Carolynn
Kohn, Holly A. White, Wendy L. Ratto, University of the Pacific

3. (ED) Improving Social Interactions of Elementary Students Using Positive Peer Reporting  Xeres Delmendo, Carolynn Kohn, University of the Pacific

4. (ED) The Effects of Staff Training and Performance Feedback on Reducing Inappropriate Playground Behavior. Alayna T. Haberlin, University of the Pacific

5. (CM) The Effects of Performance Feedback on Job Performance and Attendance In A Volunteer Program for Adults with Mental Illness  Cynthia Joy Lopez, Kenneth L. Beauchamp, Judy Agnew, Cris Clay, University of the Pacific

6. (OBM) Teaching the Mentally Ill To Use Self-Generated Feedback to Maintain Receptionist Skills  Ronald D. Magno, , Alayna T. Haberlin, Todd Fabian, University of the Pacific

7. (CM) Training Mentally Disabled Individuals for Effective Nurse-Patient Communication  Ronald D. Magno, Kenneth L. Beauchamp, Gary Howells, Cris
Clay, University of the Pacific

8. (OBM) Improving Job Performance Through the Use of A Job Task Checklist M. Marie Ortega, Ronald D. Magno, Todd Fabian, University of the Pacific

9. (CM) Increasing Attendance and Prosocial Behavior During A Sports Activity Class  M. Marie Ortega, Todd Fabian, Carolynn Kohn, University of the Pacific

10. (EXP, CM) Use of Contingent Monetary Reinforcement and Feedback to
Reduce Smoking by Adults Diagnosed with Schizophrenia Eric Sandquist, Carolynn Kohn, Roseann Hannon, Chris Clay, University of the Pacific

11. (CM) Comparison of Three Stimulus Preference Assessment Methods in Adults Diagnosed with A Mental Illness  Staci Saylors, Holly White, Carolynn  Kohn, University of the Pacific