Mitch Fryling

About Mitch Fryling:

Mitch Fryling received his B.S. and M.A. from Western Michigan University and his Ph.D. from the University of Nevada, Reno. He is currently an Associate Professor at California State University, Los Angeles, where he is also Chair of the Division of Special Education &
Counseling. Mitch’s primary interests are in the area of behavioral theory and philosophy, and especially interbehaviorism and interbehavioral psychology. He has published many papers on these topics and is passionate about disseminating interbehaviorism and its implications for more mainstream behavior analysis. Mitch also conducts research with graduate students and is currently a co-investigator on a federal training grant to support master’s students in both ABA and Early Childhood Special Education. He is co-editor (with Ruth Anne Rehfeldt, Jonathan Tarbox, and Linda Hayes) of a forthcoming text, Applied Behavior Analysis of Language and Cognition: Concepts and Principles for Practitioners (New Harbinger). Finally, Mitch is the current Editor of The Psychological Record (a journal founded by J. R. Kantor), and serves on the Accreditation Board of the Association for Behavior Analysis International.