California State University, Los Angeles
Mitch Fryling received his BS and MA in psychology (behavior analysis) from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, MI, and his Ph.D. in psychology (behavior analysis) from the University of Nevada, Reno. His primary scholarly interests are in the area of behavioral theory and philosophy, especially interbehaviorism and interbehavioral psychology, and the relationship between theory and application. In addition to this, Dr. Fryling conducts applied research with his graduate students, most often with children with autism spectrum disorder and related developmental disabilities. Dr. Fryling has published his work in a variety of journals, and serves on the editorial board, as an ad-hoc reviewer, and associate editor for several behavioral journals. Dr. Fryling is currently an assistant professor in the applied behavior analysis graduate program at California State University, Los Angeles.