Rebecca Correll

Rebecca Correll

Rebecca Correll

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Parenting, autism, early intervention, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)

Rebecca is a third year doctoral student in the Applied Developmental Psychology program, under the guidance of Dr. Pasnak. She is the CEO of The Language and Behavior Center, which provides comprehensive services to children with autism and related disorders.  Rebecca became a Board Certified Assistance Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) in 2010, and went on to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in 2014.  She has worked in schools, in clinics, and provided in-home services to children and their families for the past 15 years.  Through this work she became interested in developmental psychology as it relates to Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Courses Taught

Statistics in Psychology Lab (PSYC300L)

Statistics in Psychology (PSYC300)   

Principles of Learning (PSYC304)

Advanced Statistics and Research Methods for Psychology Lab (PSYC611)




Rebecca completed her undergraduate work at the University of South Carolina, followed by the completion of her master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Her master's research focused on effective methods of training and prompting parents to attend to their child's adaptive behavior.

Recent Presentations

Correll, R.A. (2021) "Teaching Perspective Taking via Telehealth." Association for Behavior Analysis International, Online

Correll, R.A., Harrison, K.E. (2020) “Balanced Behavior Analyst – The Personal and Professional Balancing Act.” Association for Behavior Analysis International, Washington, D.C.

Correll, R.A., Lobrano, J.D., & Zimiles, J. (2019) "Living and Learning with People with Autism." Panel Discussion at Amherst College, Amherst, M.A.

Correll, R. A., Harrison, K.E. (2019) “Don’t Be An A**hole, and Other Advice Your Supervisor Should Have Given You.” Workshop given to members of Balanced Behavior Analyst, Washington D.C. and New York.

Adams, R. (2014) “Tactile Prompts to Increase Parent Attention”.  Thesis Presentation at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.