Program Director, Neurobehavioral Unit
Main Office Address
Kennedy Krieger Institute
707 N. Broadway St. Room 521
Baltimore, MD, 21231
Virginia Commonwealth University
Pre-doctoral Internship, APA-Approved
Johns Hopkins/Kennedy Krieger Institute
Dr. HagopianÆs main research interests are in the areas of assessment and treatment of severe problem behavior displayed by individuals with autism and other developmental disorders; and the application of basic behavioral principles to understanding clinical problems including autism and anxiety disorders.
Hagopian, L. P., Contrucci, S.A.C., Long, E. S., & Rush, K. S. (2005). Enhancing functional communication training with competing stimuli.Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 38, 177-194.
Hagopian, L. P., Paclawskyj, T. R., & Contrucci, S.A.C. (2005). The use of conditional probability analysis to identify a response chain leading to the occurrence of eye poking. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 26, 393-397.
Hagopian, L. P., Toole, L. M., Long, E. S., Bowman, L. G., & Lieving, G. A. (2004). A comparison of dense-to-lean and fixed-lean schedules of alternative reinforcement and extinction. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 37, 323-338.
Hagopian, L. P., Rush, K. S., Richman, D. M., Kurtz, P. F., Contrucci, S. A., & Crosland, K. (2002). The development and application of individualized levels systems for the treatment of severe problem behavior. Behavior Therapy, 33, 65-86.
Hagopian, L. P., Rush, K. S., Lewin, A. B., & Long, E. S. (2001). Evaluating the predictive validity of a single stimulus engagement preference assessment. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 34, 475-486.