Carmen Britton

Ph.D., Prevention & Early Intervention

Entered the Program: 2013

Hometown: Auburn, Alabama

Previous Education:

  • Master of Science, Psychology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Auburn University, 2008
  • Bachelors of Art, Psychology, Minor in Criminology, Auburn University, 2007

Research Interests:

  • International Development, Concepts of Disability & Rehabilitation, Program Development and Monitoring
  • Early Intervention, Autism, Developmental Disabilities

Advising Committee:

  1. Major Advisor: Anne F. Farrell, Director of Research, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago
  2. Associate Advisor: Laura Mauldin, Assistant Professor, Human Development/Family Studies & Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies; Affiliated Faculty, Department of Sociology
  3. Associate Advisor: Kathryn Libal, Director, Human Rights Institute; Associate Professor, School of Social Work/Human Rights Institute

Assistantship Experience:

  • 2015-2016, Teaching Assistant, Diversity Issues in Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS 2001)
  • 2013-2015, Graduate Research Associate


  • Fulbright U.S. Student Grant, Student Research, Sri Lanka, 2016-2017


  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst, 2008 – Present
  • Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative, Human Subjects Research, 2013 – Present
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