Kenneth W. Jacobs, Ph.D.

My interests include the various theories of reinforcement in behavior analysis, research methods and statistics in psychology, and language and cognition from a behavior analytic perspective.

My research involves the use of randomization tests and single-case experimental design to make causal inferences about behavior-change. I also use the Python programming language to build experiments with PsychoPy. Go to my GitLab to find publicly available projects for the study of Free-Operant Behavior Online (FOBO).

Contact me at kenneth.jacobs@ronininstitute.org

What progress?

Kantor (1976)

Adapted from J.R. Kantor (1976) The Science of Psychology 1976: What Progress?