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Daniel Conine, Ph.D., BCBA-D

Daniel Conine is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Learning Sciences at Georgia State University (GSU), where he teaches in the Applied Behavior Analysis Master’s program. Before joining the faculty at GSU, Conine earned his Ph.D. from the University of Florida. As a researcher, Conine studies behavior-analytic interventions for individuals with autism, with an emphasis on skill acquisition and verbal behavior. His research focuses on improving the efficiency of intervention by targeting behavioral cusps, incorporating preference and reinforcer assessments, and studying strategies
that promote generalization, maintenance and emergent responses. Conine is committed to the education and professional development of students, as recently recognized by a university-wide Mentorship Award from the University of Florida. He has published research in and serves as a reviewer for multiple behavior-analytic journals. To learn more about his work, visit:

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