Jacqueline Pachis

Jacqueline is a second-year doctoral student studying clinical psychology at Eastern Michigan University (EMU). Prior to starting her doctoral degree, Jacqueline earned her master’s in applied behavior analysis at Brock University (Ontario, Canada) and obtained her Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) credential. Jacqueline is passionate about the science and practice of behavior analysis and its diverse applications. Her clinical and research interests include the application of behavior analysis to problems encountered by adults in later life, including problems related to cognitive loss, health promotion, and disease prevention. Jacqueline is also interested in understanding how issues related to stimulus control impact symptom presentation in neurocognitive disorder, specifically visual disturbances experienced by individuals with dementia with Lewy Bodies. In her free time, Jacqueline enjoys traveling, cooking, trying new restaurants, listening to audiobooks, exploring the outdoors, and spending time with family and friends. Jacqueline is excited to be taking on the publicity role for the BGSIG.