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Bryan Blair

Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling and School PsychologyCoordinator - BACB Verified Course Sequence

M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis, Northeastern UniversityPh. D. in Applied Behavior Analysis, Endicott College

Description

Dr. Bryan Blair is currently an Assistant Professor at Long Island University - Brooklyn where he is also the coordinator of the Applied Behavior Analysis advanced graduate certificate program.  He received a Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis from Northeastern University in 2007 and a Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Behavior Analysis from Endicott College in 2017.  Bryan has been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst since 2007, a Licensed Applied Behavior Analyst in Massachusetts since 2015, and has worked with children and adults with developmental disabilities for over 15 years in a variety of settings.  He has presented research and workshops on topics in ABA and Autism at state, regional, and national conferences.  He has also published research in peer-reviewed journals and has authored book chapters.  His professional areas of interest include:  Complex human behavior, improving learning outcomes, functional behavior assessment, verbal behavior, staff training, parent consultation and support, instructional design, and BCBA/Clinical supervision.

Publications

Blair, B.J., Weiss, J.S., & Ahearn, W.H., (2018).  A comparison of task analysis training procedures.  Education and Treatment of Children 41(3),  357-369

Blair, B.J., MacPherson, L., Debacher, E., Harper, J. & Dorsey, M.F. (2018).  Ranking graduate programs based on research productivity of faculty: A replication and extension.  Education and Treatment of Children 41(3), 299-318.

Macpherson, L.A., Blair, B.J., Harper, J., & Dorsey, M.F. (2018).  An evaluation of the current state of the scientist practitioner model in applied behavior analysis.  Education and Treatment of Children 41(3), 277-297.

​Blair, B.J. & Dorsey, M.F. (in press).  Equivalence-Based instruction (EBI).  In: Volkmar, F.R. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. New York: Springer.

Lectures and Presentations

Blair, B.J.  (2018).  Evidence-based practice.  Long Island Behavior Analysis Conference, Uniondale, NY.

Blair, B.J. (2018).  Designing a computer-based equivalence-based instruction (EBI) system with commercially available learning tools.  Tutorial accepted for presentation at the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy Annual Conference, Amherst, MA.

Blair, B.J. & Dorsey, M.F. (2018).  Teaching the visual analysis of graphs with Equivalence-Based Instruction:  A replication and extension using commercially available learning tools.  Paper presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International Conference, San Diego, CA.*

Blair, B.J., Shawler, L.A., Russo, S.R., Tarbox, J.J., & Dorsey, M.F. (2017).  Using stimulus equivalence-based instruction to teach visual analysis of graphs.  Paper presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International Conference, Denver, CO.

Blair, B.J., & Dorsey, M.F.  (2016).  Punishment:  Is it conceptually systematic.  Paper presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International Conference, Chicago, IL.

Blair, B.J., Davis, C., Mahoney, P.M., & Dorsey, M.F. (2016).  Punishment: A systematic review.  Presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.