Amy Campbell

 Assistant Professor

 B.S., Grand Valley State University
 Ph.D., University of Oregon

 office: 1309 Au Sable Hall
 phone: (616) 331-2409


School Psychology

Courses Taught

PSY 304 - Psychology and Education of the Exceptional Child
PSY 324 - Developmental Psychopathology
PSY 326 - Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Research Interests

My research interests focus on the prevention and amelioration of social problem behaviors in school settings.  More specifically, I am interested in evaluating the efficacy of interventions for students who are at-risk for developing serious behavior disorders.

Recent Publications

Campbell, A.  & Anderson, C. (2011). Check-in/check-out: A systematic evaluation and component analysis. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 44, 315-326.

Mcintosh, K., Campbell, A., Russell, D., & Zumbo, B. (2009).  Relations among informal, standardized, and functional behavior measures: ODRS, suspensions, BASC-II, and the FACTS. Behavioral Disorders, 34 (2), 100-113.

Mcintosh, K., Campbell, A., & Russell, D. (2009).  Differential effects of a tier two behavioral intervention based on function of problem behavior. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions.

Campbell, A.  &, Anderson, C. (2008).  Enhancing effects of targeted interventions with  function –based support.  Behavioral Disorders, 33(4), 233-245.


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