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    Philip Noyes Chase PhD

    TitleProfessor
    InstitutionUniversity of Massachusetts Medical School
    DepartmentPsychiatry
    AddressEunice Kennedy Shriver Center
    465 Medford Street, Suite 500
    Charlestown MA 02129
    Phone774-455-6524
        Biography 
        awards and honors
        Association for Behavior Analysis International2007Outstanding Mentor Award
        West Virginia University1996 - 1997Benedum Distinguish Scholar
        University of Palermo, Italy1990Fulbright Research Scholarship
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        Philip N. Chase, Ph.D. is a Professor of Psychiatry at University of Massachusetts Medical School, and an Adjunct Faculty of Simmons College where he supervises doctoral students. He conducts research on improving the effectiveness of online learning, and consults on issues related to distance education and employee development. He is presently the Director of the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strength (CANS) Program, a Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services funded project to evaluate and develop training and career development services for clinicians who use CANS.  He serves on the Advisory Board of The European Institute for the Study of Human Behavior, Parma, Italy; the Board of ERIC Content Experts, US Department of Education, Washington, D.C.; and the Board of Trustees for Cambridge Center for Behavior Studies, Beverly, MA. In addition, he serves as Book Review Editor for the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management and on the editorial boards of Behavioral Development Bulletin, Behavioral Technology Today, and Journal of Organizational Behavior Management.  



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        1. Bernstein, D. J. & Chase, P. N. (2013). , , (pp. 523-543). : . In Madden, G. (Ed.), Handbook of Behavior Analysis. Contributions of Behavior Analysis to Higher Education. 2013.
        2. Chase PN, Ellenwood DW, Madden G. A behavior analytic analogue of learning to use synonyms, syntax, and parts of speech. Anal Verbal Behav. 2008; 24:31-54.
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        3. Chase PN. Teaching the distinction between positive and negative reinforcement. Behav Anal. 2006; 29(1):113-5.
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        4. Chase PN, Doughty SS, O'Shields E. Focus on response rate is important but not sufficient: A reply. Behav Anal. 2005; 28(2):163-8.
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        5. Doughty SS, Chase PN, O'Shields EM. Effects of rate building on fluent performance: a review and commentary. Behav Anal. 2004; 27(1):7-23.
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        6. Shahan TA, Chase PN. Novelty, stimulus control, and operant variability. Behav Anal. 2002; 25(2):175-90.
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        7. Mayfield KH, Chase PN. The effects of cumulative practice on mathematics problem solving. J Appl Behav Anal. 2002; 35(2):105-23.
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        8. Wirth O, Chase PN. Stability of functional equivalence and stimulus equivalence: effects of baseline reversals. J Exp Anal Behav. 2002 Jan; 77(1):29-47.
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