Assistant Teaching Professor of Applied Behavior Analysis
About Dipti Mudgal
Dr. Dipti Mudgal is a full-time contract faculty of Applied Behavior Analysis. She has vast clinical expertise in providing high quality clinical and consultative services in public and private schools, hospitals, clinics, residential treatment programs, and homes. Her area of emphasis includes: behavior analysis, treatment of problem behavior, skill acquisition, and parent/teacher training.
Prior to working with BSU, she was a staff psychologist at the May Institute serving children with brain injury.
Postdoctoral fellowship, Kennedy Krieger Institute, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine (2007).
PsychologyPre-doctoral Internship, Munroe Meyer Institute, University of Nebraska Medical Center (2006)
Ph.D. University of Southern Mississippi School
M.A. University of Southern Mississippi Psychology
Research and publications
Fienup, D., Mudgal, D., & Pace, G. (2013). Increasing money-counting skills with a student with brain injury: skill and performance deficits. Brain Injury, 27 (3), 366-376.
Wilczynski, S.M., Fisher, L., Sutro, L., Bass, J., Mudgal, D., Zeiger, V. et al. (2011). Evidence-based Practice and Autism Spectrum Disorders. In M.A. Bray & T. J. Kehle (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of School Psychology. New York, NY: Oxford University press, Inc.
Wilczynski, S. M., Menousek, K., Hunter, M., & Mudgal, D. (2007). Individualized education programs for youth with autism spectrum disorders. Psychology in the Schools Special issue: Autism spectrum disorders, 44, 653-666.