Faculty and Staff
Dr. Gischlar's primary areas of research interest are early/emergent literacy assessment and intervention, and multitiered systems of support. Prior to joining the faculty at Rider, Dr. Gischlar enjoyed a 19-year career as a kindergarten teacher and, subsequently, school psychologist in the K-12 public schools. She earned her Ph.D. in School Psychology at Lehigh University.
Univ. of New Hampshire; Child Development
Dr. Law is the department specialist in child development. She teaches Developmental Psychology, Psychology of Women, Psychology of Gender, Psychology of the Family and Advanced Developmental Psychology. She is chairperson of the Department.
I am a behavior analyst and the coordinator for the Master’s in Applied Psychology (MAP), Applied Behavior Analyst Concentration program. I teach Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis, Principles of Learning, and Observational Methods and Functional Assessment for the MAP program.
I earned a B.S. in psychology from Stockton College in NJ in 1993, a M.S.Ed. in Applied Behavior Analysis from Temple University in 2002, and a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Temple University in 2009. I have been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst since 2002.