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Perkins-Parks, Susan K., Ph.D.

Instructor
Director of Behavior Management Clinic

Main Office Address

Kennedy Krieger Institute
Department of Behavioral Psychology
720 Aliceanna Street, 2nd Floor
Baltimore, MD, 21202

Phone: 443-923-7472
Fax: 443-923-7505

E-mail: parks@kennedykrieger.org


Education

1976

B.A.

Creighton University

1978

M.A.

Trinity University

1990

Ph.D.

University of Maryland

1984-1985

Predoctoral Internship

Kennedy Krieger Institute

1992-1993

Postdoctoral Fellowship/Clinical Psychology

University of Kansas Medical Center

1993-1994

Posdoctoral Fellowship/ Behavioral Pediatrics

Children's Mercy Hospital


Professional Interests

Applied behavior analysis; Preschool assessment and early intervention to address common behavior problems, preschool disruptive behavior disorders, and developmental disorders; Assessment and treatment of child behavior disorders; Caregiver training in behavior management; School consultation and teacher training; ADHD; Developmental disabilities


Selected Publications

Lerman, D.C., Swiezy, N., Perkins-Parks, S., & Roane, H.S. (2000). Skill acquisition in parents of children with developmental disabilities: interaction between skill type and instructional format. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 21, 183-196. 

Belcher, H.E., Lockhart, P.J., Perkins-Parks, S., & McNally, M. (2000). Using PANDA (Preventing the Abuse of Tobacco, Narcotics, Drugs, and Alcohol) in a Baltimore city Head Start setting: A preliminary study. Journal of Black Psychology, 26(4), 437-449.

Lerman, D.C., Swiezy, N., Perkins-Parks, S., & Roane, H.S. (2000). Skill acquisition in parents of children with developmental disabilities: interaction between skill type and instructional format. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 21, 183-196. 

Belcher, H.E., Lockhart, P.J., Perkins-Parks, S., & McNally, M. (2000). Using PANDA (Preventing the Abuse of Tobacco, Narcotics, Drugs, and Alcohol) in a Baltimore city Head Start setting: A preliminary study. Journal of Black Psychology, 26(4), 437-449. 

 

 
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