Darlene Crone-Todd

Darlene Crone-Todd

Professional Details

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

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.