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Jennifer L. Crockett, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Kennedy Krieger Institute
1132 Annapolis Road, Suite 200
Odenton, MD 21113
Phone: (410) 874-1825
Jennifer Crockett is the director of training for the Department of Behavioral Psychology. She also directs the department’s Behavioral Health Services for Military Families. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Dr. Crockett graduated from Auburn University in 1993 with a bachelor's of arts in psychology. She received her doctoral degree in 1999 in the experimental analysis of behavior from Auburn University. Dr. Crockett completed a pre-doctoral internship at Bancroft in Haddonfield, New Jersey. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and the Department of Pediatrics at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She was a two-year research fellow at the University of Kansas Juniper Gardens Children's Project. She also spent three years in private practice as a behavior analyst in Nashville, Tennessee. Dr. Crockett is a licensed psychologist in the state of Maryland and a board-certified behavior analyst. She is a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis and the Maryland Association for Behavior Analysis.
Dr. Crockett's current research interests include positive parenting strategies, behavioral health needs of military-connected children, and alternative treatment deliveries for child behavioral disorders. Her clinical interests include behavioral parent training, parent-child interaction, and behavioral health needs of military-connected children.
Crockett JL, Fleming RK, Doepke KJ, Stevens JS. (2007). Parent training: acquisition and generalization of discrete trials teaching skills with parents of children with autism. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 28(1), 23-36.