Instructor: Bryon Neff

Bryon Neff
Biography:

Ph.D., BCBA-D

Bryon Neff received his Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis from Florida Institute of Technology, a Master of Science in Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Illinois.

Bryon is an assistanat professor in the School of Behavior Analysis at Florida Tech and site director for the Behavior Analysis Center for Autism (BACA) in Indiana. Bryon is also employed by Optimal, a consulting firm that focuses on streamlining processes and improving business results for human service agencies. Previously, he worked for the University of South Florida. While at USF, he supervised and coordinated the Behavior Analysis Services program, a statewide program that employed over 60 BCBAs and provided consultative and behavior analytic services to Florida's foster care system.

Bryon co-authored several training curricula designed to teach behavior management skills to parents and professionals. He also chaired a local peer review committee and had a key role in facilitating statewide projects for Florida's Department of Children and Families, such as revising behavior analysis practice standards for the child welfare system and providing recommendations for legislative change. Furthermore, Bryon has published several peer-reviewed journal articles and has presented at numerous state and national conferences.


Classes by this instructor


Playing Catch-up: A review of recent publications in The Behavior Analyst
PLAYING CATCH-UP: A REVIEW OF RECENT PUBLICATIONS IN THE BEHAVIOR ANALYST - BEHP1111 Presents a review of recent articles in The Behavior Analyst Journal 2012 Fall:35(2). Uses live, online reviews in an attempt to reduce obstacles practitioners face when accessing current research. Also highlights and provides commentary on the topics of operant variability and constrain-induced movement therapy (CIMT).


May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021, CourseWebs