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Randy V. Campbell
Division Associate Chair

Charter College of Education
Department of Division of Special Education and Counseling

Office: Lib. South 3074
Phone: (323) 343-4257
Email: rcampbe@calstatela.edu


INTRODUCTION

Dr. Randy V. Campbell received his doctorate in rehabilitation (Rh.D). He is a board certified behavior analysis (BCBA) and certified rehabilitation counselor (CRC). Dr. Randy V. Campbell teaching responsibility at CSULA is mainly; Counseling Skills, Principle of Research and Program Evaluation, Behavior Analysis in School, Home and Agency Setting, Advance Behavioral Contingency Management in Schools and Staff Development and Consultation.

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TEACHING INTERESTS

Dr. Randy V. Campbell specializes in applied behavior analysis, rehabilitation counseling, child abuse and neglect, and child and parent behavior. Experimental design, program evaluation, developmental disabilities and staff development are also among Dr. Campbell's interests.

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RESEARCH

Dr. Campbell research interest are in applied behavior analysis dealing with parent education, child maltreatment, intimate partner violence, youth violence and developmental disabilities.

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ARTICLES IN PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS

 

Huynen, K. B., Lutzker, J. R., Touchette, P. E. & Campbell, R. V. (1996). Planned activities training for mothers of children with developmental disabilities: Community generalization and follow-up. Behavior Modification, 20 (4), 406 - 427.

 

O'Brien, M. P., Lutzker, J. R. & Campbell, R. V. (1993). Consumer evaluation of an ecobehavioral program for families with developmental disabilities. Journal of Mental Health Administration, 20 (3), 278-284.

 

Campbell, R. V., & Lutzker, J. R. (1993). Using functional equivalence training to reduce severe challenging behavior: A case study. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities,  5 (3), 203-215.

 

Harrold, M. E., Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V., & Touchette, P. E. (1992). Improving parent-child interactions for families of children with developmental disabilities. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 23 (2), 89-100.

 

Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V., Harrold, M. E. & Kiesel, K. B. (1992). Project Ecosystems: An ecobehavioral approach to families with children with developmental disabilities. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, 4 (1), 1-13.

 

Kiesel, K. B., Lutzker, J. R., & Campbell, R. V. (1989). Behavioral relaxation training to reduce hyperventilation and seizures in a profoundly retarded epileptic child. Journal of the Multihandicapped Person, 2, 179-190.

 

Lutzker, J. R., Touchette, P. E., & Campbell, R. V. (1988).  Parental positive reinforcement might make a difference:  A rejoinder to Forehand.  Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 10, 25-33.

 

Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V., & Watson-Perczel, M. (1984). Utility of the case study method in treatment of several problems of a neglectful family. Education and Treatment of Children, 7, 315-333.

     

Campbell, R. V., O'Brien, S., Bickett, A., & Lutzker, J. R. (1983). In-home parent training, treatment of migraine headaches, and marital counseling as an ecobehavioral approach to prevent child abuse.  Journal  of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 14, 147-154.  Indexed in the Inventory of Marriage and Family Literature, Vol. X, Family Resource Center, 1984.

 

Lutzker, J. R., McGimsey, J. F., McRae, S., & Campbell, R. V. (1983). Behavioral parent-training: There's so much more to do. The Behavior Therapist, 6, 110-112.

 

Ball, T. S., Campbell, R., & Barkemeyer, R. (1980). Air splints applied to control self-injurious finger sucking in profoundly retarded individuals: A case study.  Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 11, 267-271.

 

PROFESSIONAL BOOK

 

Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V. (1994). Ecobehavioral Family Interventions in Developmental Disabilities. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company.

 

CHAPTERS IN PROFESSIONAL BOOKS

 

Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V., Newman, M. R., & Harrold, M. E. (1989). Ecobehavioral intervention for abusive, neglectful, and high-risk families: Project 12-Ways and Project Ecosystems.  In G. Singer and L. Irvin (Eds.), Family support services: Emerging partnerships between families with severely handicapped individuals and communities. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

 

Campbell, R. V., & McGimsey-McRae, S.  (1987).  Organizational behavioral Management in Rehabilitation.  In B. Nichols and S. Long (Eds.), Human resource management: Cultivating quality in rehabilitation. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

 

GRANTSMANSHIP

 

Mayer, G. R., & Campbell, R. V. (funded 2003- $46,656). State of California, Lanterman Developmental Center: A grant to support interns to work at Lanterman Developmental Center to assist in designing and implementing behavioral programs for the developmental and/or mentally disabled individuals.

 

Lutzker, J. R., & Campbell, R. V. (funded 1987 - $198,900). Project Ecosystems: An ecobehavioral approach to the treatment of families with high-risk children with developmental disabilities. Funded by State of California, Department of Developmental Services.

 

Campbell, R. V., Carey, S. P., & Greene, B. F. (funded in January, 1986 - $12,500). Implementing the Visitation Intervention Program: A Proposal for a System's Approach. Funded by the Department of Children and Family Services of Illinois.

 

WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS

 

Campbell, R. V. (December 19 –21, 2003). Innovative practices in applied behavior analysis in educational setting. Conference at Chung Yuan Christian University, Chung-Li, Taiwan.

 

Campbell, R. V. (December 22 – 23, 2003). Transition strategies for young people with disability: School to work. Autism Society of Taiwan, Taipei, Taiwan.

 

Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V. & Bigelow, K. M. (November 6, 2002). Innovative practice with chronic neglect families. Northwest Institute for Children & Families, University of Washington, School of Social Work. Spokane, Washington.

 

Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V. & Bigelow, K. M. (November 5, 2002). Innovative practice with chronic neglect families. Northwest Institute for Children & Families, University of Washington, School of Social Work. Seattle, Washington.

 

Hecht, D. & Campbell, R. V. (September 5, 2002). Helping parents plan daily structured activities with young children. 10th Oklahoma Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect and Healthy Families Oklahoma. Norman, Oklahoma.

 

Campbell, R. V. (May 15, 1998). Disability Management. Careers in the health sciences by the council on health related programs. California State University, Los Angeles, California.

 

Campbell, R. V. & Mayer, G. R. (July, 10, 1998). How to prepare for the certification exam. California Association for Behavior Analysis, Los Angeles, California.

 

Campbell, R. V. (June 3, 1994). Rehabilitation counseling. Careers in the health sciences by the council on health related programs. California State University, Los Angeles, California.

 

Steed, S., Huyen, K. B., Campbell, R. V., & Lutzker, J. R. (October 14-15, 1994). Consultation/collaboration: An ecobehavioral approach to family and school intervention. Behavior Analysis--Program Development and Implementation--Meeting the Positive Behavior Intervention Regulation, Burbank, California.

 

Campbell, R. V., & Touchette, P. E. (November 1-2, 1993). Observation methods: Measuring and monitoring behavior. Concepts & Suggested Practices: Implementing the "Hughes Bill" Regulations, Los Angeles, California.

 

Campbell, R. V. (June 8, 1991). Ecobehavioral intervention for developmental disabilities. 4th Annual Spring Symposium for the Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy / Southern California, Los Angeles, California.

 

Wolfe, D. A., & Campbell, R. V. (November 17-20, 1988). Treatment and early intervention for child abuse and neglect. 22nd Annual Convention for Association for Advance of Behavior Therapy, New York, New York.

 

Campbell, R. V., & Watson-Perczel, M. (November 12-15, 1987).  Child abuse and neglect. 21st Annual Convention for the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

Allen, J. W., Christe, A. H., Greene, B. F., & Campbell, R. V. (December 3-5, 1986).  Family reunification through the visitation intervention program. Child Care Association of Illinois Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

 

Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V. & Newman, M. R. (November 14-16, 1986). Staff training for child abuse and neglect.  20th Annual Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Chicago, Illinois.

 

Greene, B. F. & Campbell, R. V. (June, 1986).  V.I.P.: Visitation Intervention Program workshop.  Springfield Field Office, Department of Children and Family Services of Illinois.

 

Campbell, R. V. & Criste, A. H.  (July - August, 1985).  Visitation Intervention Program workshop.  Marion and Mt. Vernon field the Department of Children and Family Services of Illinois.

 

WORKSHOPS PRESENTATION FOR SOCIAL AGENCIES

 

Asian Pacific Community Services, Los Angeles, California: (March 19, 2001, April 16, 2001, May 21, 2001 & June 21, 2001). Designing and evaluating an applied behavior plan. Workshops for employees working with adults with developmental disabilities doing community re-entry programs. The employees were given practical assignment to work with their consumers in between sessions. 

 

The Regional Center of Orange County, California: (January, 2001, June, 2001 & September, 2001). Parent Training: Behavior Analysis. Workshops for parents seeking help in behavior management of their children with developmental disabilities. Each workshop consisted of 5 sessions, provided once per week. The parents were given practical assignments to conduct with their children in between the sessions.

 

Los Angeles County Office of Education, Downey, California: (January 10 – 12, 2001). How to establish measurable objectives for school counselors. A workshop organized by the Academy for School Counseling to prepare school counselors within Los Angeles County for the national standards for school counselors.

 

Los Angeles County Office of Education, Downey, California: (December 3 –5, 2000). How to establish measurable objectives for school counselors. A workshop organized by the Academy for School Counseling to prepare school counselors within Los Angeles County for the national standards for school counselors.

 

The Department of Developmental Disabilities Services, South Pasadena, California: (January 12, 2000). Understanding and evaluating behavior plans: A guide for professionals.

 

The Regional Center of Orange County, California: (January, 2000, March 2000, & April 2000). Parent Training: Behavior Analysis. Workshops for parents seeking help in behavior management of their children with developmental disabilities. Each workshop consisted of a 5 sessions course provided once per week. Parents were given practical assignments to conduct with their children in between sessions.

 

The Regional Center of Orange County, California (March, 1999 & September, 1999). Parent Training: Behavior Analysis. Workshops for parents seeking help in behavior management of their children with developmental disabilities. Each workshop consisted of 5 sessions course provided once per week. Parents were given practical assignments to conduct with their children in between sessions.

 

Department of Rehabilitation, Regional Office, Huntington Beach, California: (October 14, 1999). Counseling Skills. This workshop was given to rehabilitation counselors working to review general counseling skills and to present the concept of informed choices.

 

The Regional Center of Orange County, California (February, 1998, May 1998, September, 1998, & October, 1998). Parent Training: Behavior Analysis. Workshops for parents seeking help in behavior management of their children with developmental disabilities. Each workshop consisted of 5 sessions course provided once per week. Parents were given practical assignments to conduct with their children in between sessions.

 

The Regional Center of Orange County, California (June, 1997, & October, 1997,). Parent Training: Behavior Analysis. Workshops for parents seeking help in behavior management of their children with developmental disabilities. Each workshop consisted of 5 sessions course provided once per week. Parents were given practical assignments to conduct with their children in between the sessions.

 

PAPER PRESENTATIONS

(* Highlights Invited Presentations)

 

Venn, J., Klein, D. Campbell, R. V., Uy, F., & Palmer, D. (May 20, 2004). A Symposium on Including Students with Disabilities in Urban General Education Classrooms. California State University, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.

 

Campbell, R. V., Mayer, G. R., Wright, L., Akintunde, O., & Rivera, V. (February 19, 2004). Program Evaluation of a Community Service Program to Reduce Suspension: Part I. Paper presentation at the 22nd Annual Western Regional Conference on the California Association for Behavior Analysis, San Francisco, California.

 

Campbell, R. V. (February 20, 2003). Oklahoma Child Maltreatment Projects. Paper presentation at the 21st Annual Western Regional Conference of the California Association for Behavior Analysis, Newport Beach, California.

 

Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V., & Whitaker, D.  (October 9, 2002). The Oklahoma Children’s Services Project: A statewide replication and evaluation of the SafeCare model. Presentation for Rounds to the Division of Violence Prevention, National Center of Injury Control and Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia.

 

Campbell, R. V. (September 19, 2002). Evaluating the Ecobehavioral model with high risk families: Coordination with state agencies and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Paper presentation for a brown bag to the Division of Violence Prevention, National Center of Injury Control and Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia.

 

Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V., Hecht, D., Whitaker, D., & Filene, J. K. (August 6, 2002). Panel overview abstract. Paper presentation as part of symposium: Project SafeCare: The Oklahoma replication of the ecobehavioral model. Victimization of Children & Youth: An International Research Conference. Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

 

Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V., Whitaker, D., & Filene, J. K. (August 6, 2002). The CDC-OUHSC partnership in replicating the Project SafeCare model. Paper presentation as part of symposium: Project SafeCare: The Oklahoma replication of the ecobehavioral model. Victimization of Children & Youth: An International Research Conference. Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

 

Silovsky, J. F., Campbell, R. V., & Kees, M. (August 6, 2002). Evaluating the ecobehavioral model with high-risk families: Coordination with state agencies and the CDC. Paper presentation as part of symposium: Project SafeCare: The Oklahoma replication of the ecobehavioral model. Victimization of Children & Youth: An International Research Conference. Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

 

Hecht, D., Silovsky, J. F., Chaffin, M., Campbell, R. V.,  Kees, M. & Filene, J. K. (August 6, 2002). A state-wide replication of the ecobehavioral model. Paper presentation as part of symposium: Project SafeCare: The Oklahoma replication of the ecobehavioral model. Victimization of Children & Youth: An International Research Conference. Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

 

 Campbell, R. V. (October 31, 1995). Structured activities in the home that teach social skills and prevent behavior problems. A Practitioner's Conference on Preventing and Solving Behavior Problems, Burbank, California.

 

 Campbell, R. V. (February 9, 1995). Behavior Analysis Program at California State University, Los Angeles. Part of a symposium: SABA presents a description of the region's behavioral academic institutions. Northern California Association of Behavior Analysis, Fourteenth Annual Conference, Oakland, California.

 

 Campbell, R. V. (November 14, 1994). Chairperson, Project Safe Care: health, safety, and bonding with high risk parents. Mini-Symposium for Child Abuse and Neglect at the University of Judaism, Los Angeles, California.

 

*Lutzker, J. R., Huynen, K. B., & Campbell, R. V. (August 11-15, 1994). Salient discriminative stimuli, subtle consequences. Paper presentation as part of invited symposium: State of the art - from consequences towards antecedents and self-direction. 102nd Annual Convention of American Psychological Association. Los Angeles, California.

 

 Brodwin, M. B., Orange, L. M., & Campbell, R. V. (February 24-27, 1994). Attitudes of college students toward people with disabilities. 26th Annual Convention California Association for Counseling and Development. Los Angeles, California.

 

 Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V., & Huynen, K. B. (January 28, 1994). Family problem-solving: One component of an ecobehavioral model. Paper presented as part of a symposium: Treatment of behavioral problems in community settings. American Association on Mental Retardation. Sacramento, California.

 

Campbell, R. V. (August 20-24, 1993). Family violence: Multicultural and ecobehavioral perspectives. Paper presented as part of a symposium. Home, school, and community violence - Pursuing psychocultural relevance in counseling. 101st Annual Convention of American Psychological Association. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

 

 Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V., & Huynen, K. B. (May 27-30, 1993). Do we blame APA or ABA for our difference in providing quality ecobehavioral services to families? Paper presented as part of a symposium. Are we having fun yet? The realities of implementing large-scale human service projects. 19th Annual Convention of Association for Behavior Analysis: An International Organization. Chicago, Illinois.

 

*Campbell, R. V. (February 18-20, 1993). Staff development: One component in an ecobehavioral approach. Presenting at the Northern California Association for Behavior Analysis, Twelfth Annual Conference. Oakland, California.

 

 Campbell, R. V. (December 5-8, 1992). Disability management. Part of a panel presentation, A.D.A.: Enforcement versus empowerment.  National Rehabilitation Association Annual Training Conference and Exhibit, San Diego, California.

 

 Lutzker, J. R., Campbell, R. V. & Huynen, K. B. (October 5-9, 1992). Two critical components of an ecobehavioral approach for families with children with developmental disabilities. Part of a symposium, Avances Recientes en el Campo del Tatamiento Conductual Infantil. First International Congress on Behaviorism and the Sciences of Behavior, Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico.

 

 Campbell, R. V. (August 14-18, 1992). Counseling families with developmentally disabled children: Multicultural, home-based programs. Paper presented as a part of symposium, Counseling strategies for empowering high-risk families in multicultural communities. Centennial Convention of American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

 

 Campbell, R. V. (January 10, 1992). The influence of context on behavior. Chairperson for the discussant for the 5th Annual Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy - Southern California, Los Angeles, California.

 

 Campbell, R. V. (August 16-20, 1991). Clinical and single-case examples of treatment. Paper presented as a part of a symposium, Project Ecosystems - ecobehavioral prevention of child abuse in developmental disabilities.  Ninety-ninth Annual Convention of American Psychological Association, San Francisco, California.

 

 Lutzker, J. R. & Campbell, R. V. (November 8-10, 1990). Project Ecosystems: An ecobehavioral multifaceted treatment and research approach. Paper presented at the 1990 Joint Annual Conference of the American Association on Mental Retardation, Region III, United Cerebral Palsy Association of California and California Association of Residential Resources, Oakland California.

 

 Lutzker, J. R., Harrold, M., & Campbell, R. V. (November 1-4, 1990). Parent training and planned activities: The relationship between sequence and outcome. Paper presented as a part of a symposium, Recent advances in research and practice in developmental disabilities. 24th Annual Convention of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, San Francisco, California.

 

 Lutzker, J. R., O'Brien, M., Campbell, R. V., & Kiesel, K. B. (November 1-4, 1990). Social and program evaluation of Project Ecosystems: An ecobehavioral approach to families with developmentally disabled children.  Paper presented as a part of a symposium, Recent advances in research and practice in developmental disabilities. 24th Annual Convention of the Association of Behavior Therapy, San Francisco, California.

 

 Kiesel, K. B., Lutzker, J. R., & Campbell, R. V. (November 1-4, 1990). Behavioral relaxation training to reduce hyperventilation and seizures in a profoundly retarded epileptic child. Paper presented as a part of a symposium, Recent advances in research and practice in developmental disabilities. 24th Annual Convention of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, San Francisco, California.

 

 Harrold, M. E., Lutzker, J. R. & Campbell, R. V. (March 9-11, 1990).  Parent training and planned activities: The relationship between sequence and outcome. Presented as a paper at the 9th Annual Conference of the Northern California Association for Behavior Analysis, San Francisco, California.

 

 

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EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Rh.D. Rehabilitation 1988

  • Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
    Carbondale, Illinois

M.S. Behavior Modification 1982

  • Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
    Carbondale, Illinois

B.A. Psychology 1976

  • University of Pacific
    Stockton, California

B.A. Education 1976

  • University of Pacific
    Stockton, Illinois

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