Jennifer Fritz, Ph.D.
Professor of Behavior Analysis,
College of Human Sciences and Humanities
Jennifer Fritz, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Clinical Health and Applied
Sciences, where she teaches courses in behavior analysis and is coordinator of the
undergraduate certificate program and minor in behavior analysis.
Dr. Fritz also serves as director of the Severe Behavior Disorders Research Clinic at UHCL's Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities where graduate and undergraduate students learn valuable clinical skills in the assessment and treatment of behavior disorders. In addition, she is the co-director of the Connecting the Dots caregiver training program. She also directs the Functional Analysis and Intervention Research Lab in which graduate students conduct and discuss research related to behavior disorders.
Dr. Fritz serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, is the program chair for the Professional Track of the Texas Association for Behavior Analysis (TxABA) annual conference, and is on the advisory board of the TxABA Public Policy Group. In the past, she has served as president of TxABA, program chair of the Autism Track for the TxABA annual conference, and co-chair of the Autism Track for the Association for Behavior Analysis International.