Darlene Crone-Todd

Darlene Crone-Todd

Professional Details

Title: Professor
Office: MH-224F
Phone: 978-542-7410
Email: darlene.cronetodd@salemstate.edu

Spring Courses

Cat. # Term Course # Title
1485 01 PSY328 Applied Behavior Analysis I
2346 02 PSY328 Applied Behavior Analysis I
3891 01 PSY521 Applied Behavior Analysis Internship
3905 01 PSY531 Independent Research in Psychology
4007 03 PSY601H Honors Independent Research in Psychology
4046 D2 PSY875 Directed Study

Professional Interests

Basic learning principles involved in computer-assisted teaching and learning,higher-order thinking and complex behavior, the shaping and chaining process, and the application of behavioral principles and procedures with difficult behavioral problems.

Selected Publications

DeFulio, A.,Crone-Todd, D. E., Long, L. L., & Silverman, K. (in press). Using words instead of randomly arranged characters as stimuli in a keyboarding training program improves fluency outcomes for adult learners. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.

Silverman,K., Wong, C. J., Needham, M., Diemer, K.N., Knealing, T., Crone-Todd, D., Fingerhood, M., Nuzzo, P., & Kolodner, K.(2007). A randomized trial of employment-based reinforcement of cocaine abstinence in injection drug users. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 40, 387-410

Crone-Todd,D. E. (2007). Assessment of thinking in adult learners. Special Issue: Behavioral Development Bulletin, 13, 41-44

Crone-Todd,D. E., Eyre, H. L., Hutchens, S. A., Jones, J. R., and Pear, J. J. (2007). The effect of changing grading criteria on student writing. The Behavior Analyst Today, 8(1), 35-42.

Desrochers,M. N., Crone-Todd, D. E., & Conheady, T. J. (2006). Case difficulty of simulation software. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 10(4), 24 - 28.