Jennifer L.
Crockett
,
PhD, BCBA-D

Jennifer Crockett
Director of Training, Department of Behavioral Psychology
Phone: 410-874-1825
Kennedy Krieger Institute

1132 Annapolis Road, Suite 200
Odenton, MD 21113
United States

Centers & Programs

About

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.

Education

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.

Research

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

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Research Publications

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. Res Dev Disabil. 28(1), 23-36.