Longano, Jennifer M. (jml2042)

Skip to content Skip to main navigation
Faculty Banner
Longano, Jennifer
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Health & Behavior Studies

Dr. Jennifer Longano received her B.S. in general and special education from the State University of New York at Geneseo. She then earned her M.A, M.Phil, and Ph.d in applied behavior analysis  from Teachers College, Columbia University.  Jennifer Longano is a supervisor of the Early Intervention Program for the Fred S. Keller School located in the suburbs of New York City. She has worked for the Fred S. Keller School, a CABAS® model school, since 2008 supervising both preschool and early intervention classrooms for children with and without disabilities. As an Adjunct Assistant Professor for Teachers College she has taught courses in Applied Behavior Analysis, Single-Case Design, and Inclusion for the Health and Behavior Studies Department.  She currently holds  CABASâ ranks of  Senior Behavior Analyst and an Assistant Research Scientist rank.  Her research has focused on verbal developmental cusps including: the source of reinforcement for naming, procedures to test for and induce naming, pre-foundational verbal developmental cups and capabilities, and conditioned reinforcement related to observing responses.

Courses

Related Articles