Jeanine Stratton, PhD, BCBA-D
201-G Hipp Hall
Organizational Behavior, Marketing, Consumer Behavior
Ph.D., Florida State University, Cognitive & Behavioral Sciences, Emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis
M.S., Florida State University, Cognitive & Behavioral Sciences
B.A., Western Michigan University, Psychology with concentrations in Business Management and Organizational Communications
Jeanine Stratton studies human behavior in the workplace and the marketplace. She holds a Ph.D. in Psychology and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
Dr. Stratton’s scientific interests, broadly defined, reflect the application of behavioral principles to socially significant topics using a Scientist-Practitioner approach, including areas of incentives, consumer behavior, retail strategy, systems analysis, metrics, empirical methods, and social corporate responsibility. Her work appears in academic journals and special-interest publications. She regularly works with Furman students in the local Greenville business community. In addition to her academic career, she has management and marketing consulting experience in retail, health care, banking, restaurant, and safety industries. Her latest endeavor is with not-for-profit organizations and working with women entrepreneurs.
She has earned awards for teaching, mentoring, and research. She is a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, the Organizational Behavior Management Network, Society for Consumer Psychology, and Association for Consumer Research. She serves on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management. She is also an adjunct professor of Psychology at Wofford College.
When time permits, Jeanine and her husband enjoy Peace Center events, hiking, and learning E.C. swing dance. She’s also working on honing her “award-winning” extreme heat chili recipe.