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ALVERO, ALICIA

BEELER, JEFF

BODNAR, RICHARD

BOROD, JOAN

BROWN, BRUCE

BRUMBAUGH, CLAUDIA

BRUMBERG, JOSHUA

FAN, JIN

FIENUP, DANIEL

FOLDI, NANCY

GOODWIN, RENEE

HALPERIN, JEFFREY

HEMMES, NANCY

JOHNSON, RAY

JONES, EMILY

LANSON, ROBERT

LI, ANDREA

NIKULINA, VALENTINA

NOMURA, YOKO

PYTTE, CAROLYN

RAMSEY, PHILLIP

RANALDI, ROBERT

SNEED, JOEL

STORBECK, JUSTIN

STURMEY, PETER

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ALICIA ALVERO

Title Associate Professor
Area Applied Behavior Analysis and Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Ph.D. Western Michigan University, 2003
Office A-308 Science Building
E-mail alicia.alvero@qc.cuny.edu
Office Phone 718-997-3212

Professional Activities:

    Editorial Activities:
        Member of editorial board for the Journal of Safety Research
        Member of editorial board for the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management

       Guest reviewer for:
        European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
        Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis                 
        Behavior Analysis in Practice
        Analysis of Verbal Behavior

        Ford Foundation Fellowship Recipient (2002)

    Society Memberships:
        American Psychological Association
        Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies
        Organizational Behavior Management Network
        Association for Behavior Analysis International

Research Interests:

Selected Publications:

    Rost, K. A., Hemmens, N. S., & Alvero, A. M. (accepted pending revisions). Effects of the Relative Values of Alternatives on Preference for Free-Choice in Humans. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior.

    Marroquin, M., Sturmey, P., & Alvero, A. M. (accepted for publication Jan. 2014).  Evaluation of the Observer Effect on Compliance Training in Adolescents with Autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.

    Taylor, M., Scourides, A., & Alvero, A. M. (2012). Observer Error when Measuring Safety
Behavior: Momentary Time-Sampling versus Whole Interval Recording. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 32(4) 307-319.

    Taylor, M. & Alvero, A. M. (2012). The Effects of Safety Discrimination Training and
Frequent Safety Observations. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 32(3) 169-193.

    Berkovits, M. S, Sturmey, P. & Alvero, A. M. (2012). Effects of Individual and Group
Contingency Interventions on Attendance in Adolescent Part-time Employees. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 32(2) 152-161.

    Alvero, A. M., Rappaport, E. & Taylor, M. (2011). A Further Assessment of Momentary Time Sampling Across Extended Interval Lengths.  Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 31(2) 117-129.

    Myers, W. V., McSween, T. E., Medina, R. E., Rost, K., & Alvero, A. M. (2010). The implementation and maintenance of a behavioral safety process in a petroleum refinery. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 30(4) 285-307.

    Medina , R. E., McSween, T. E, Rost, K., & Alvero, A. M. (2009). Behavioral Safety in a Refinery: Large- scale Change and Long-term Results. Professional Safety, 54, 36-40.

    Austin J.,Alvero A. M., Fuchs M. M., Patterson L., Anger W. K. (2009). Pre-training to Improve Workshop Performance in Supervisor Skills: An Exploratory Study in Latino Agricultural Workers.  Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health, 15(3) 1-9.

    Alvero, A. M., Rost, K. &  Austin, J. (2008). The Safety Observer Effect:  The Effects of Conducting Safety Observations. Journal of Safety Research, 39 (4) 365-373.

    Alvero, A. M., Struss, K., & Rappaport, K. (2007).Measuring Safety Performance:  A Comparison of Whole, Partial, and Momentary Time-Sampling Recording Methods. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 27, 1-28.