Jennifer Hilton is director of programs in applied behavior analysis (ABA) and an assistant professor. Prior to working at Endicott College, she spent 13 years working in the public education system in a variety of capacities. Through her time in public education, she had the opportunity to work with a range of individuals between the ages of 3 and 22 in many capacities in the school, home, and vocational setting. Her interests include dissemination of behavior analysis, training new behavior analysts, and evidence-based practice.
Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Behavior Analysis
Master of Education in Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis
Southern New Hampshire University
Bachelor of Psychology in Child and Adolescent Psychology
Hilton has recently conducted research in the area of fluency-based instruction as it relates to skill acquisition and maintenance, the use of inter-teaching to teach behavior analysis to graduate students, and the application of instructions and rules to the behavior of graduate students in an online classroom.
Weiss, M.J., Hilton, J., & Russo, S. (2017). Discrete trial instruction: Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater. In J. Leaf (Ed.). Handbook of Social Skills and Autism. New York, NY: Springer.
Lipshin, A.M., Weiss, M.J., & Hilton, J.L. (2019). Precision teaching and fluency. ABA for SLPs. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.
Shawler, L.A., Russo, S.R., Hilton, J.L., Kahng, S.W., Davis, C.J., & Dorsey, M.F. (2019). Behavioral treatment of self-injury: 2001-2016. American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 124(5), 450-469.
Comprehensive Review (ABA 699)
Intensive Practicum (ABA 555/568)