Scott Dueker

Scott Dueker

Assistant Professor of Applied Behavior Analysis

Curriculum Vitae

Phone:765-285-5729

Room:TC 727


Dr. Scott Dueker is an assistant professor of Applied Behavior Analysis. He is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral Level. His interests include academic instruction and self-care instruction for learners with moderate to severe intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as using technology for instruction in both clinical and classroom settings. He has experience providing ABA services in clinical, home, institutional, and classroom settings. Dr. Dueker uses a verbal behavior approach to behavior change and has been successful in reducing unwanted behavior by increasing a learner’s communication ability. He often works with learners exhibiting more intense behavioral issues. He has served as a reviewer for presentations for several organizations, including the American Educational Research Association (AERA) and presented at conferences locally, nationally, and internationally.

Education

PhD in Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis
Ohio State University

MA in Applied Behavior Analysis
Ball State University

BA in Psychology and Telecommunications
Indiana University

Selected Publications

Brock, M. E., Dueker, S. A., & Barczak, M. A. (2017). Brief Report: Improving social outcomes for students with autism at recess through peer-mediated pivotal response training. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. DOI:10.1007/s10803-017-3435-3

Seaman, R. L., Cannella-Malone, H. I., & Brock, M. E., Dueker, S. A. (2017). Efficacy of paraprofessional-implemented video prompting to teach vocational skills to students with autism spectrum disorder. Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals. DOI:10.1177/2165143417708191.

Brock, M. E., Cannella-Malone, H. I., Seaman, R. L., Andzik, N. R., Schaefer, J. M., Page., E. J., Barczak, M., & Dueker, S. A. (2017). Findings across practitioner training studies in special education: A comprehensive review and meta-analysis. Exceptional Children. DOI:10.1177/0014402917698008.

Dueker, S., Hawk, N., Nelson, J. L., Nelson, M. J., Walterbusch, T., & Wargelin, L. A. (Eds.). Aras, A., Ayoub, S. S., Bhaktha, N., Brady, A. C., Bussell, K., Dueker, S., Hall, S., Ham, M., Hawk, N., Jenkins, B. R., Kearney, R. C., Kim, Y., Kulesza, A. E., Kuznetcova, I., Lo, M., Mayo, J. W., Mulyadin, T., Nelson, J. L., Nelson, M. J., Paulson, J. L., Rivera, M. D., Robinson, S., Shi, Y., Tiba, E., Tornwall, J., Van Jura, M. J., Walterbusch, T., Wargelin, L. A., & Zhao, K. (2017). Educational inequality in Ohio, 2016-17 (Research Methodology Center White Paper No. 1). Retrieved from https://rmc.ehe.osu.edu/files/2015/10/EHE-RMC-White-Paper-001_Educational-inequality-in-Ohio_March17.pdf