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Dr. David L. Jaquess

Director of Professional Training

The Marcus Institute

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The Marcus Institute

1920 Briarcliff Road

Atlanta, Georgia 30329

United States

Company Description

Marcus Autism Center is a not-for-profit organization and subsidiary of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta that treats more than 5,500 children with autism and related disorders a year. As one of the largest autism centers in the U.S. and one of only thre ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor

Children's Healthcare

Director of Training, Division of Autism and Related Disorders

Emory University

Assistant Professor of Psychology

University of Southern Indiana

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Ferrum College

Affiliations

Chapter Secretary
Parents

Education

M.S.

Ph.D

Marcus Institute

Ph.D

The Marcus Institute

doctoral degree

Virginia Tech.

doctoral degree

clinical psychology

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

graduate degree

Virginia Tech

undergraduate degree

Hanover College

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Meet the Team - Marcus Autism Center

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David L. Jaquess, Ph.D., B.C.B.A.-D.


Speaker Bios

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David L. Jaquess, Ph.D. is a licensed pediatric psychologist who has been helping children overcome behavior problems for over 20 years. He favors individualized treatment planning with an eye toward being able to measure when and how situations change, especially elements related to parent training and family involvement. A coauthor of several articles in professional journals, Dr. Jaquess currently is the Director of Pediatric Feeding and Pediatric Psychology services at Marcus Autism Center, and an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Emory University's School of Medicine.


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David L. Jaquess, Ph.D. The Marcus Autism Center


David L. Jaquess, Ph.D., B.C.B.A.-D. - Marcus Autism Center

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David Jaquess

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David L. Jaquess, Ph.D. Director of Training Marcus Autism Center
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In 1993, David Jaquess received a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University under the guidance of Jack Finney.
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Dr. Jaquess completed a predoctoral internship at the Medical University of South Carolina and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He has taught at various levels in higher education from undergraduates in a comprehensive liberal arts college to postdoctoral fellows. He holds a faculty appointment as Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine.
Currently, Dr. Jaquess is the Director of Professional Training for Marcus Autism Center. In this capacity, he is the contact person for all formal training experiences through Marcus Autism Center. The Professional Training Office plays a key role in Marcus Autism Center's mission by disseminating empirically supported assessments and treatments-many developed in clinical and research programs at the Marcus Autism Center-to be used providers throughout Georgia and across the nation.
As a clinical psychologist, Dr. Jaquess has been licensed in the states of Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, and Virginia. His current clinical service activities are focused on the Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program. Areas of research interest include empirical support of using behavior analytic techniques for pediatric feeding disorders, factors predictive of developing feeding problems in high-risk children, and techniques to increase clinician competence professional training.
Recent Publications Sharp, W. G., Burrell, T. L., & Jaquess, D. L. (in press). The Autism MEAL Plan: A parent-training curriculum to manage eating aversions and low intake among children with autism. Autism, doi: 10.1177/1362361313489190 Sharp, W. G., Berry, R. C., McCracken, C., Nuhu, N. N., Marvel, E., Saulnier, C. A., Klin, A., Jones, W., Jaquess, D. L. (2013).
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Sharp, W. G., Jaquess, D. L., & Lukens, C. T. (2013). Multi-method assessment of feeding problems among children with autism spectrum disorders. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders,7,55-65. Sharp, W. G., Odom, A., Jaquess, D. L. (2012). Comparison of upright and flipped spoon presentations to guide treatment of food refusal. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 45, 83-96. Sharp, W. G., Jaquess, D. L., Morton, J. S., Herzinger, C. (2011). Pediatric feeding disorders: A quantitative synthesis of treatment outcomes. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 13, 348-365. Sharp, W. G., Jaquess, D. L., Morton, J. F. & Miles, A. G. (2011). A retrospective chart review of dietary diversity and feeding behavior of children with autism spectrum disorder before and after admission to a day treatment program. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 26, 37-48.


David L. Jaquess, Ph.D., B.C.B.A.-D. - Marcus Autism Center

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David Jaquess

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David L. Jaquess, Ph.D. Director of Training Marcus Autism Center
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In 1993, David Jaquess received a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University under the guidance of Jack Finney.
...
Dr. Jaquess completed a predoctoral internship at the Medical University of South Carolina and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He has taught at various levels in higher education from undergraduates in a comprehensive liberal arts college to postdoctoral fellows. He holds a faculty appointment as Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine.
Currently, Dr. Jaquess is the Director of Professional Training for Marcus Autism Center. In this capacity, he is the contact person for all formal training experiences through Marcus Autism Center. The Professional Training Office plays a key role in Marcus Autism Center's mission by disseminating empirically supported assessments and treatments-many developed in clinical and research programs at the Marcus Autism Center-to be used providers throughout Georgia and across the nation.
As a clinical psychologist, Dr. Jaquess has been licensed in the states of Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, and Virginia. His current clinical service activities are focused on the Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program. Areas of research interest include empirical support of using behavior analytic techniques for pediatric feeding disorders, factors predictive of developing feeding problems in high-risk children, and techniques to increase clinician competence professional training.
Recent Publications Sharp, W. G., Burrell, T. L., & Jaquess, D. L. (in press). The Autism MEAL Plan: A parent-training curriculum to manage eating aversions and low intake among children with autism. Autism, doi: 10.1177/1362361313489190 Sharp, W. G., Berry, R. C., McCracken, C., Nuhu, N. N., Marvel, E., Saulnier, C. A., Klin, A., Jones, W., Jaquess, D. L. (2013).
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Sharp, W. G., Jaquess, D. L., & Lukens, C. T. (2013). Multi-method assessment of feeding problems among children with autism spectrum disorders. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders,7,55-65. Sharp, W. G., Odom, A., Jaquess, D. L. (2012). Comparison of upright and flipped spoon presentations to guide treatment of food refusal. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 45, 83-96. Sharp, W. G., Jaquess, D. L., Morton, J. S., Herzinger, C. (2011). Pediatric feeding disorders: A quantitative synthesis of treatment outcomes. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 13, 348-365. Sharp, W. G., Jaquess, D. L., Morton, J. F. & Miles, A. G. (2011). A retrospective chart review of dietary diversity and feeding behavior of children with autism spectrum disorder before and after admission to a day treatment program. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 26, 37-48.

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