Dr. Kimberly Frame

Dr. Kimberly Frame

Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Social and Behavioral Sciences
Discipline: Behavior Analysis
Office: Social Sciences Building Rm. 121
Phone: 912.358.3240
Fax: 912.650.8059
Email: framek@savannahstate.edu

Biography

I earned my Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas in 2005. I have been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst since 2006, and earned my doctorate in education at the University of Memphis in 2014. I have worked as a behavior analyst consultant in a variety of settings including home-based, supported living, community-based intermediate care facilities (ICF) and institution based ICF’s. I also have experience working with individuals with behavior disorders ages 7-69, with diagnoses of intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, mental illnesses, and dual diagnoses. In Tennessee, I operated a consulting practice working with individuals with behavior disorders. I have had the opportunity to conduct research with humans and non-humans in applied and basic research settings. I began teaching behavior analysis as a graduate assistant at the University of Memphis. In 2014, I began teaching at Savannah State University in the Behavior Analysis department.

Research Interests

• Autism Spectrum Disorder • Research in higher education practices including • Environmental sustainability

Education

EDD, Instr and Curr Leadership - The University of Memphis
MS, Behavior Analysis - University of North Texas
BS, Psychology - University of Florida

Awards & Honors

Not Available

Publications

Title: Emergency department visits by children with and without autism spectrum disorder: An initial comparison evaluating multiple outcome measures at one urban children’s hospital
Publication Date: 1/1/2015
Volume: 9
Page Number: 144-150
Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal
Authors: Laura Casey, Robert Williamson, Sara Miller, J. Brian Smith, Kimberly Frame, Elisabeth Langford, J. Brittain Coleman, Barry Gilmore, Kathryn McVicar,

Title: Current trends in education: How single-subject research can help middle and high school teachers keep up with the zeitgeist.
Publication Date: 1/1/2012
Volume: 85
Page Number: 109-116
Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal
Authors: Laura Casey, James Meindl, Kimberly Frame, Susan Elswick, Jenny Hayes, Jenni Wyatt,

Title: Delayed matching-to-sample facilitates equivalence-consistent responding.
Publication Date: 1/1/2006
Volume: 24
Page Number: 9-16
Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal
Authors: Manish Vaidya, Kimberly Smith,