Mediated Generalization of the Effect of Reprimands Across Two Topographies of Self-Injury Page: III
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I would like to express my sincerest gratitude to the all of those who helped and
supported me in order to make this project possible. I would first like to express my
sincere appreciation to Dr. Richard Smith for his dedication and time in supporting and
guiding this project. I owe him a debt I could never repay. I want to thank Clinton
Kliethermes for his many contributions to this project, including computer expertise,
selfless support, and helping me set reachable goals. I would like to thank Scott
McKenzie whose work inspired me, and the other BARC team members for the
numerous contributions they have given to this project and my professional
development during the time that I worked and learned with them. I would like to
thank the University of North Texas Behavior Analysis department for providing me with
the cornerstone on which to build my career. I would like to thank Dr. Jesus Rosales-
Ruiz and Dr. Cloyd Hyten for serving as members of my committee, and the numerous
contributions they have made to make this possible. Finally, I would also like to thank
my parents John and Lois Kastern, as well as the all of my family and friends who have
along the way encouraged me and challenged me to accomplish this and other career
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Kliethermes, Lana L. Mediated Generalization of the Effect of Reprimands Across Two Topographies of Self-Injury, thesis, May 2004; Denton, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc4503/m1/4/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .