Byron Wine, Ph.D.

2011 Educational Psychology Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Educational Psychology Education, Behavioral Psychology, Industrial Psychology
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Saul Axelrod grad student 2011 Temple University
 (The effects of progressively thinning high-preference stimulus delivery on responding: An empirical analysis and hypothetical application.)
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Wine B, Freeman TR, King A. (2015) Withdrawal versus reversal: A necessary distinction? Behavioral Interventions. 30: 87-93
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
Wine B, Kelley DP, Wilder DA. (2014) An Initial Assessment of Effective Preference Assessment Intervals Among Employees Journal of Organizational Behavior Management. 34: 188-195
Wine B, Reis M, Hantula DA. (2014) An Evaluation of Stimulus Preference Assessment Methodology in Organizational Behavior Management Journal of Organizational Behavior Management. 34: 7-15
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
Reis MH, Wine B, Brutzman B. (2013) Enhancing the accuracy of low-frequency behavior data collection by direct-care staff Behavioral Interventions. 28: 344-352
Wine B, Gilroy S, Hantula DA. (2012) Temporal (In)Stability of Employee Preferences for Rewards Journal of Organizational Behavior Management. 32: 58-64
Axelrod S, Mcelrath KK, Wine B. (2012) Applied behavior analysis: Autism and beyond Behavioral Interventions. 27: 1-15
Wilder DA, Harris C, Casella S, et al. (2011) Further evaluation of the accuracy of managerial prediction of employee preference Journal of Organizational Behavior Management. 31: 130-139
Wine B, Wilder DA. (2009) The effects of varied versus constant high-, medium-, and low-preference stimuli on performance. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 42: 321-6
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