University of Warwick
Tel: 024 7652 3638
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Dr Corinna Grindle is a doctoral level Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA-D) with approx. 20 years experience working with children and young people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism. Her key research interests include early intervention, applied behaviour analysis, and fostering academic learning and access to the general curriculum for children with moderate and severe disabilities.
Grindle, C., Hughes, J.C., Eldevik, S., Ondire, I., Randell, T., & Remington, B. (2013) Effect of computer simulation training on real life discrete trial teaching, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 569-578
Grindle, C., Hughes, J.C., Saville, M., Huxley, K., Kovshoff, H., Griffith, G. M., Walker Jones, E ., & Devonshire, K. (2012) Outcomes of a behavioral education model for children with autism in a mainstream school setting, Behavior Modification. 298-319
Grindle, C. F., Hughes, J. C., Saville, M., Huxley, K., & Hastings, R. P. (2013). Teaching early reading skills to children with autism using Mimiosprout Early Reading. Behavioral Interventions, 28, 203-224.