Richard Fleming PhD
|Institution||University of Massachusetts Medical School|
|Address||University of Massachusetts Boston|
100 Morrissey Blvd, 301-17 Science Building
Boston MA 02125
|Institution||UMMS - Programs, Centers and Institutes|
- Ph.D. (1990) University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Department of Psychology
- M.S. (1987) University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Department of Psychology,
- M.Ed. (1983) University of Massachusetts, Amherst, School of Education, School of Psychology
- B.S. (1975) University of New Hampshire, Durham, Parks and Recreation
- Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Massachusetts Medical School
- Director of Instructional Technology, UCEDD, E. K. Shriver Center
- Auburn University Award for Excellence in Outreach and Extension, April, 1996
- Sloan-C 2008 Award for Most Outstanding Online Teaching and Learning Program, Online Graduate Behavioral Intervention in Autism Program
- Association for Behavior Analysis: International
- Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress
- The Obesity Society, NAASO
- Journal of Organizational Behavior Management (Editorial Board)
- Journal of Behavior Analysis in Health, Sports, Fitness and Medicine (Editorial Board)
- Psychology Research and Behavior Management (Editorial Board)
- Obesity Research
- Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
- The Behavior Analyst
Dr. Fleming's research addresses the application of psychological principles and interventions to problems of social importance. Specializing in behavioral psychology applied to intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disorders, he is involved in research that addresses prevention and treatment of child and adolescent obesity and other health-related challenges, promotion of physical activity and exercise, and education and training of parents and personnel.
Parallel to his research interests, Dr. Fleming develops programs to bring about behavior change in families of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. His efforts include developing online education and training programs, teaching courses, and giving workshops and presentations on the following topics:
- Behavioral intervention in autism
- Parent education and support in developmental disabilities
- Health and fitness promotion through lifestyle change
For assistance with using Profiles, please refer to the online tutorials
or contact UMMS Help Desk
or call 508-856-8643.
Click the "See All" links for more information and interactive visualizations!
People who are also in this person's primary department.