Dr. Joyce Tu, Ed.D., BCBA-D, Center for Behavioral Sciences’ Director, was invited to speak this past Sunday at the grand opening of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s San Diego campus. Dr. Tu’s presentation, entitled, “The Role of Joint Control in Listener Responses and Generative Responding,” highlighted original research by CBS. The research addresses listener behavior and how to generate novel responses in individuals with autism. The talk was attended by graduate students, faculty members and BCBAs from the community.

Dr. Tu is an affiliate professor teaching graduate students at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She primarily focuses on the experimental analysis of behavior and verbal behavior.

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is recognized as one of the nation’s leading nonprofit universities in psychology and related health science. The new San Diego campus aims to provide students living in Southern California with access to the latest technology and resources available at the school’s other locations.