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Kimberly’s research interests are in the effective training of future behavior analysts, the successful dissemination of the science of behavior analysis, and in the teaching of complex skills. Her research has focused heavily on continual improvement of university coursework to drive effective strategies for developing practitioners with a strong understanding of the conceptual underpinnings of behavior analysis, who incorporate compassion and cultural responsiveness into their practice. She is particularly interested in evaluating the impact of jargon on successful practice and dissemination.