Assistant Teaching Professor of Special Education
About Angela Bricker
Dr. Angela Bricker is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral (BCBA-D), and maintains an Indiana Teaching License. She has specialized in the education of children and young adults with autism and developmental disabilities for the past 20 years. She has worked in clinical, home, educational, and residential settings. She has established multiple school-based programs for children with autism, and has provided training to teachers, parents, and other professionals within the school systems and community. Dr. Bricker is active in research and has served on several community and family autism boards. Her research interests focus on defining best practice in ABA and evaluating training efforts for parents, community members, and school personnel.
2009-Present Contract Faculty in ABA/Autism Program Ball State University
2011-2009 BCBA/Consultant Behavior Analysis Center for Autism
2009-2005 BCaBA/Consultant Verbal Behavior Center for Autism
Ed.D. Northcentral University Special Education
MA Ball State University Special Education
Bricker, A. H. (October 2015). An Examination of Social Stories™ Effects on Student and Therapist Behaviors. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Hoosier Association for Applied Behavior Analysis, Indianapolis, IN.
Dieringer, S., Zoder-Martell, K. Porretta, D.L., Bricker, A., Kabazie, J.(2017). Increasing Physical Activity in Children with Autism through music prompting and modeling. Psychology in the schools. doi:10.1002/pits.22003