Dr. Van Camp is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, and a board certified behavior analyst at the doctoral level. Dr. Van Camp conducts research in applied behavior analysis, focusing on physical activity, assessment and treatment of severe behavior disorders, and translational studies aimed at informing these and other applied issues. She mentors undergraduate, Masters, and Ph.D. students through her research, teaching, and service. Dr. Van Camp teaches courses in behavior analysis at the undergraduate and graduate level, as well as undergraduate courses in research methods and science and pseudoscience. Download and view CV
Former undergraduate Diane Berth and Dr. Van Camp publish their study titled "Further evaluation of observational and
mechanical measures of physical activity"
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Dr. Van Camp is accepting applications for undergraduate students interested in joining the lab next semester.
Former Honors students Matt Eckard and Hana Kuwabara, and Dr. Van Camp, publish "Using Heart Rate as a Physical Activity Metric" in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis