Sara Peck


BA in Psychology, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
Ph.D. in Psychology (Behavior Analysis), Utah State University

Research interests

My primary area of research involves interventions to promote adaptive decision-making and translation of those interventions to clinical populations, problems, and settings. I am particularly interested in choices that involve varying response efforts and delays to rewards. 

My other research interests include: Remote behavioral services and training/telehealth behavior analysis, promoting social skills in young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, the use of choice in clinical interventions and skill acquisition programs, and behavioral economics.

I am currently accepting students for Fall 2025. Please contact me ( if you are interested in joining my lab.

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Courses Taught

PhD courses taught
PSY 630 – Descriptive & Inferential Stats for Behavior Analysts 

Master’s courses taught
PSY 509 – Ethics & Professional Issues in Applied Behavior Analysis 

Undergraduate courses taught
PSY 414 – Experimental Analysis of Behavior Conditioning & Learning Lab