Diana Parry-Cruwys received her masters in applied behavior analysis from Northeastern University and doctorate in behavior analysis from Western New England University. She received her training at The New England Center for Children. Diana is currently an assistant professor at Regis College and co-directs the Regis Autism Center. Her research interests include early intensive behavioral intervention, joint attention, and play. She has presented research at numerous national conferences and is published in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and Research in Developmental Disabilities.
Jacquelyn MacDonald completed her masters in applied behavior analysis at Northeastern University and her doctorate in behavior analysis at Western New England University. She is currently an assistant professor at Regis College. Her research interests include observational learning, typical child development, and animal behavior. She has also presented research at numerous national conferences and is published in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Robert Parry-Cruwys received his masters in severe special needs from Simmons College and completed BCBA coursework through Northeastern University. He is currently a BCBA for a Massacusetts public school district. His research interests are staff training and technology. He also hosts the podcast They're Playing Our Song.