University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire
Dr. Carla Lagorio is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, where she co-coordinates an undergraduate major in Behavior Analysis. She worked as an undergraduate with Gregory Madden and went on to receive her Ph.D. in experimental psychology under the mentorship of Timothy Hackenberg at the University of Florida. She then completed a 2-year position in behavioral pharmacology at the University of Michigan with Jim Woods and Gail Winger. She is the current president of the Mid-American Association for Behavior Analysis, treasurer of the Society for the Quantitative Analyses of Behavior, and is on the Editorial Board of The Behavior Analyst. Her current research questions are broadly focused on quantitative assessments of choice behavior, stemming from the areas of behavioral economics and behavioral pharmacology. In addition, Dr. Lagorio is passionate about several community and environmental sustainability causes – including increasing the adoptability potential of canes at the local shelter, and researching ways to increase composting and reduce overall levels of student food waste on campus.