Steven Stout

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Education

B.A., Northeast Louisiana University, Psychology, 1992.
M.S., Northeast Louisiana University, General-Experimental Psychology, 1995.
Ph.D., Texas Christian University, Experimental Psychology, 2001.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Binghamton University, 2000-2003.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst, 2006, #1-06-2694 (now #1-13-2694).

Courses 2012-2013

Psy 201 Principles of Psychology

Psy 408 Human Memory

Psy 423 Sensation and Perception

Psy 444 Conditioning and Learning

Psy 528 Applied Behavior Analysis I

Psy 563 Behavior Therapy

Academic and Applied Interests

I am fascinated by all types of learning. As and experimentalist, I have researched how animals and people deal with competing cues for important events and how animals behave when previously learned rewards stop coming. As an applied behavior analysist, I have used principles of learning and memory to assist children with developmental disabilities and to accelerate school performance in typically developing children.

External Link

www.behaviorchanges.org





Associate Professor
Psychology
205 Ayers Hall
Office phone: (256) 782-8125
Fax: (256) 782-5637
sstout@jsu.edu