Office: New Science Facility 1125
M.S., Southern Illinois University
Instructor and a board certified behavior analyst. He has been working in the field of applied behavior analysis with individuals with disabilities for 16 years in a variety of settings. His primary research interests involve choice-making behavior, gambling, aversive control, and complex human behavior. In his free time, Kyle enjoys hiking and exploring the outdoors, amateur racing, grilling out, training his cats to do useless things (such as standing up like a meerkat and giving high fives), and playing a variety of sports. Research interests focus primarily on choice-making behavior (specifically, why individuals do not always make the best choices), gambling, complex human behavior, learning, treatment of individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities including increasing deficient skills and decreasing behavioral excesses, and aversive control.