Seeking Caregivers for New Study

Study title: Teaching Caregivers to Implement Applied Behavior Analysis Protocols

The Translational and Applied Behavioral Science (TABS) lab is seeking caregivers of children with autism (2-8 years old) who are interested in learning how to implement behavioral interventions to teach their child a new skill, such as how to wash their hands independently or following simple instructions. You will receive guidance from members of the research team, consisting of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and UF students, as well as a smart app.

Research sessions are conducted in the Psychology building at the University of Florida main campus or remotely via Zoom, depending on availability and family location.

For more information contact the TABS lab research team at

Corina Jimenez-Gomez, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Principal Investigator