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Halle Norris, M.A., BCBA

Professional Summary: Halle M. Norris is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at the Severe Behavior Program at the Children’s Specialized Hospital ­­­­- Rutgers University Center for Autism Research, Education, and Services. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Behavioral Sciences from the University of Kansas and a Masters of Applied Behavior Analysis from Rutgers University. She started with the RUCARES Severe Behavior Program in 2020 as a Registered Behavior Technician and was promoted to BCBA in April of 2022. Halle completed her Master’s thesis, The Disparate Reinforcing Efficacy of Individual Reinforcers for Multiply Maintained Destructive Behavior, under the supervision of Dr. Brian Greer, BCBA-D during her time at Rutgers University.
M.A, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
B.A, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
Research Interests:
Assessment and treatment of severe challenging behavior
Reinforcer efficacy in multiply maintained challenging behavior
Mitigation of treatment relapse
Fisher, W. W., Greer, B. D., Shahan, T. A., & Norris, H. M. (in press). Basic and applied research on extinction bursts. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Professional Affiliations:
  • Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI)