Undergraduate and graduate students work closely with Dr. Van Camp on a variety of applied projects aimed at improving the lives of children through the science of behavior analysis. Our research programs are in the areas of physical activity and translational studies informing issues related to assessment and treatment of behavior problems and skills training. Our research has been conducted on campus, at elementary and preschools, schools, and the YMCA. Undergraduate students interested in joining the lab can find more information under "Joining the Lab". Interested graduate students may find more information about our programs here:
A comparison of isolated and synthesized contingencies in functional analysis.
Helvey & Van Camp
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
Physical activity in children: An evaluation of an individualized heart rate assessment.
Van Camp, Blejewski, Ruby & Gordon
Behavior Analysis: Research and Practice
Using heart rate as a physical activity metric