Assistant Teaching Professor of Special Education
About Allison Labrie
Allison Labrie has 15 years of experience working with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. She has worked at Ball State since 2011 in both a research and teaching capacity. Her primary research interests are studying technology as a teaching and training tool for special educators and individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Independent Behavior Consultant
Conducting research for the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder
Instructor of Special Education
Ed.D, Northcentral University, Arizona Special Education
Research and Publications
Wilcyznski, S., Labrie, A., Baloski, A., Kaake, A., Marchi, N., & Zoder-Martell, K. (Accepted for publication 2016). Web-based teacher training and coaching/feedback: A case study. Psychology in the Schools.
Zoder-Martell, K.A., Dieringer, S.T., Labrie, A. Kamer, D., Pistor, C., & Daly, M.(Recommended for publication 2016). A descriptive analysis of ABA services in the midwestern united states. Perspectives on Early Childhood Psychology and Education.