Nicole is an educator who specializes in the strategic science of instruction for both adult and child learners. She completed her doctoral degree in Education and Applied Behavior Analysis at Columbia University. She has worked in both clinical and educational settings and consulted to a variety of organizations in North America, Europe, and Asia. Her research interests include verbal behaviour development and the use of advanced technology like virtual reality to design learning environments.
Adebayo, O.A. & Luke, N. (2022): From pre-service science teacher towards transformative intellectual: Pre-service science teachers address food insecurity in South Africa, International Journal of Science Education, 44(10), 1700-1714. DOI: 10.1080/09500693.2022.2092912
Hugh-Pennie, A. K., Park, H. S. L., Luke, N., & Lee, G. T. (2018). Applied Behavior Analysis as a Teaching Technology. In V.C. Bryan, A.T. Musgrove, & J.R. Powers (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Human Development in the Digital Age (pp. 330-362). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Lee, G.T., Kan, J., Luke, N., & Lin K.X. (2023). A preliminary analysis of the effects of listener-speaker and speaker-listener sequences on learning Chinese as a foreign language. European Journal of Behavior Analysis, DOI: 10.1080/15021149.2023.2255460
Luke, N. (2003). Analysis of poetic literature using B.F. Skinner’s theoretical framework from Verbal Behavior. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 19,107-114.