We value collaborations across disciplines as well as with others in the field of school psychology. Below are some of our current collaborations!
Drs. Greg Callan & Kaitlyn Bundock
The SPRL is currently collaborating with Dr. Greg Callan, assistant professor of school psychology at Utah State University (USU), and Dr. Kaitlin Bundock, assistant professor of special education and rehabilitation at USU, on a project focused on self-regulated learning and mathematics for individuals with disabilities.
Drs. Jeffrey Shahidullah and Katherine Mezher
The SPRL is currently collaborating with Dr. Jeffrey Shahidullah, assistant professor of school psychology at Rutgers University, and Dr Katherine Mezher, assistant professor is educational psychology at Miami University, on projects focused on interdisciplinary and coordinated care for students with disabilities.
Dr. Tiffany Otero
The SPRL is currently collaborating with Dr. Tiffany Otero, postdoctoral psychology fellow in the Autism Programs at theUniversity of New Mexico Center for Development and Disability, on projects focused on ASD in the school context.
Speech & Auditory perception lab
The SPRL is excited to collaborate with Dr. Sarah Yoho Leopold, assistant professor of communicative disorders and deaf education and director of the Speech & Auditory Perception Lab (SAPLAB) at Utah State University. The SPRL and SAPLAB are currently working together to better understand how children with Autism Spectrum Disorder understand speech and complete academic tasks when background noise is present.
Drs. Julia Englund Strait & Gerald Gill Strait
The SPRL is currently collaborating with Drs. Julia Englund Strait and Gerald Gill Strait, assistant professors of school psychology at the University of Houston - Clear Lake, on a project focused on mindfulness interventions and executive functioning, attention, and anxiety.
Dr. Bryn Harris
The SPRL is also collaborating with Dr. Bryn Harris, associate professor of school psychology at the University of Colorado Denver, on several projects focused on ASD and school psychology.