Saul Axelrod

Affiliations: 
Educational Psychology Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Area:
Behavioral Psychology, Clinical Psychology
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Stites SD, Singletary SB, Menasha A, et al. (2015) Pre-ordering lunch at work. Results of the what to eat for lunch study. Appetite. 84: 88-97
Phipps EJ, Braitman LE, Stites SD, et al. (2015) Impact of a Rewards-Based Incentive Program on Promoting Fruit and Vegetable Purchases. American Journal of Public Health. 105: 166-172
Russo SR, Tincani M, Axelrod S. (2014) Evaluating open-ended parent reports and direct preference assessments to identify reinforcers for young children with autism Child and Family Behavior Therapy. 36: 107-120
Wine B, Axelrod S. (2014) The Effects of Progressively Thinning High-Preference Item Delivery on Responding in Employees Journal of Organizational Behavior Management. 34: 291-299
Phipps EJ, Wallace SL, Stites SD, et al. (2013) Using rewards-based incentives to increase purchase of fruit and vegetables in lower-income households: design and start-up of a randomized trial. Public Health Nutrition. 16: 936-41
Wine B, Gugliemella C, Axelrod S. (2013) An Examination of Generalized-Conditioned Reinforcers in Stimulus Preference Assessments Journal of Organizational Behavior Management. 33: 244-251
Axelrod S, Mcelrath KK, Wine B. (2012) Applied behavior analysis: Autism and beyond Behavioral Interventions. 27: 1-15
Pisacreta J, Tincani M, Connell JE, et al. (2011) Increasing teachers' use of a 1:1 praise-to-behavior correction ratio to decrease student disruption in general education classrooms Behavioral Interventions. 26: 243-260
Kates-McElrath K, Agnew M, Axelrod S, et al. (2007) Identification of behavioral function in public schools and a clarification of terms Behavioral Interventions. 22: 47-56
Tessing JL, Napolitano DA, McAdam DB, et al. (2006) The effects of providing access to stimuli following choice making during vocal preference assessments. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 39: 501-6
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