Carr and LeBlanc named editors of national journal
July 3, 2006
KALAMAZOO--Drs. James Carr and Linda LeBlanc, associate professors of psychology at Western Michigan University, have been appointed associate editors of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Established in 1968, Applied Behavior Analysis is the flagship applied journal in the behavior analysis discipline.
The duo was also recently named to the editorial boards of Research and Developmental Disabilities and Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, which are published by Elsevier, the world's largest scientific journal publisher.
Carr and LeBlanc have been WMU faculty members since 1999. They co-direct the University's Center for Autism, an outpatient clinic for families of children with autism spectrum disorders. Both advise graduate students, Carr for the behavior analysis program and LeBlanc for the behavior analysis and clinical programs.
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