Faculty Profiles

Faculty Profiles

Wine, Byron

Assistant Professor, School of Behavior Analysis

Educational Background

Ph.D. Temple University

M.S. Florida Institute of Technology

B.A. Florida Institute of Technology

Recognition & Awards

Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral

 

Licensed Behavior Analyst-Virginia

Professional Experience

Dr. Wine worked for over eight years as a behavior analyst across several different clinical populations. He joined FIT in 2013 as an assistant professor. He also serves as vice president of operations at the Faison Center in Richmond Virginia.

Additional Duties

Virginia Site Director

 

Selected Publications

(2014-2018)

Wine, B., & Pritchard, J. K. (Eds.) Organizational Behavior Management: The Essentials. (completed pending revision).

Wine, B. & Pritchard, J. K. Introduction: ABA and Business in Wine, B. & Pritchard, J. K. (Eds.). Organizational Behavior Management: The Essentials. (in press).

Pritchard, J. K., & Wine, B. Ethical considerations in organizational behavior management in Wine, B. & Pritchard, J. K. (Eds.). Organizational Behavior Management: The Essentials. (in press).

Wine, B. Performer-Level Intervention: Antecedents in Wine, B. & Pritchard, J. K. (Eds.). Organizational Behavior Management: The Essentials. (in press).

Morgan, C. A., & Wine, B. (in press). Evaluation of Behavior Skills Training
for Teaching Work Skills to a Student with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Education and Treatment of Children.

Wine, B. (2017). Incentive-Based Performance Improvement. In J. Luiselli (Ed.) Applied Behavior Analysis Advanced Guidebook. (117-134). London, England: Elsevier.

Edgerton, L., & Wine, B. (2017). Speak up: Increasing conversational volume in a child with autism. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 10, 407-410.

Venditti, G., & Wine, B. (2017). Effects of decreased response effort and task clarification on proper tire pressure. Behavior and Social Issues, 26, 194-199.

Wilson, E., R., Wine, B., & Fitterer, K. (2017). An investigation of the matrix training approach to teach social play skills. Behavioral Interventions, 32, 278-284.

Wine, B., Edgerton, L., Inzana, E., & Newcomb, E. (2017). Further examination of lottery odds on responding. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 37, 75-82.

Kelley III, D., & Wine, B. (2016). A review of Consumer Behavior Analysis: (A) rational approach to consumer choice. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 36, 94-97.

Pritchard, J. K. & Wine, B. (2015). Icing on the cake: The role of research in practitioner training. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 8, 140-141.

Rowland, A., & Wine, B. (2015) Teaching graduate students to engage in peer review. Academic Leadership Journal in Student Research, 3.

Wine, B., Freeman, T. R., & King, A. (2015). Withdrawal vs. reversal: A necessary distinction? Behavioral Interventions, 30, 87-93.

Wine, B. & Axelrod, S. (2014). The effects of progressively thinning high-preference stimulus delivery on responding in employees. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 34, 291-299.

Wine, B., Kelley III, D., & Wilder, D. A. (2014). An initial assessment of effective preference assessment intervals among employees. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 34, 188-195.

Wine, B., Reis, M., & Hantula, D. A. (2014). An evaluation of preference assessment methodology in organizational behavior management. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 34, 7-15.