Addam Wawrzonek, PhD, BCBA, earned his doctorate in school psychology from Michigan State University. He completed both his year-long doctoral internship as well as his year-long postdoctoral residency in the Multidisciplinary Feeding Program at Marcus Autism Center through Emory University’s Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Wawrzonek first began working with children with autism and developmental disabilities in 2010. Since then , he has worked in both clinical and school settings, focusing on early language and learning intervention, treatment for severe behavior, and treatment of pediatric feeding disorders. Currently, Dr. Wawrzonek specializes in providing behavioral based interventions for children with food refusal and aversion, with an additional focus on acceptance and chewing of regular textured foods.
Dr. Wawrzonek is a licensed psychologist in the state of Georgia and a board-certified behavior analyst. As a psychologist for the Feeding Program, Dr. Wawrzonek conducts multidisciplinary feeding evaluations and provides behavioral intervention in the outpatient and day treatment feeding programs.
Wawrzonek, A., Burrell, T.L., Mulle, J., Gillespie, S., Pollak, R., The Emory 3q29 Project, Murphy, M., & Sharp, W (In Press) Symptoms of pediatric feeding disorders among individuals with 3q29 deletion syndrome: A case control study. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
Bak, S., Plavnick, J., Duenas, A., Broadhead, M., Wawrzonek, A., Weber, E., & Dodson, S. (In Press). The Use of Automated Data Collection in Applied Behavior Analytic Research: A Systematic Review. Behavior Analysis: Research and Practice.
Bloomfield, B. S., Wawrzonek, A. J., & Volkert, V. M. (2021). Preliminary comparison of redistribution at different intervals to reduce packing in children with avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder. Behavioral Development, 26(1), 1.
LaLonde, K. B., Dueñas, A. D., Neil, N., Wawrzonek, A., & Plavnick, J. B. (2020). An Evaluation of Two Tact-Training Procedures on Acquired Tacts and Tacting During Play. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 1-13.