Associate Clinical Professor, Director of Applied Behavior Analysis Programs
Nicole M. Davis is an Associate Clinical Professor and Program Director in the Applied Behavior Analysis programs at Northeastern University. She also teaches courses related to behavior change in the School Psychology graduate program and the Mindfulness Studies and Health Psychology minors for undergraduate students. She earned both her master’s and doctoral degrees in Behavior Analysis at Simmons College.
Davis is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with a wide range of experience in education. She has worked with students with autism spectrum disorders, other developmental and intellectual disabilities, trauma histories, and general education students at all grade levels in public and private schools, as well as in home and community-based settings. Dr. Davis’ interest in behavior analytic technologies extends far beyond educating young students.
Although she is committed to promoting the application of behavior analysis in all areas of human and animal behavior, Dr. Davis is specifically interested in behavior analytic approaches to adult teaching and learning.