Michael Mong

Assistant Professor

Research Interests

Research interests: academic and behavioral interventions, school wide positive behavior supports, social skills instruction, and pervasive developmental disorders.

Current Teaching
  • PSY 110 General Psychology

  • PSY 251 Careers in Psychology

  • PSY 312 Counseling Theory and Practice

  • PSY 361 Research Methods

  • PSY 385 Applied Behavior Analysis

  • PSY 491 Research in Psychology

  • PSY 492 Senior Thesis

  • PSY 492H Honors Thesis

Recent Publications

Mong, M.,, Dogggett, R. A., Mong, K., & Henington, C. (in press).  Evaluation of the effects of the math to mastery intervention package with elementary school students in a school setting. Journal of Evidence Based Practices for Schools.

Mong, M., Johnson, K., & Mong, K., (2011). Effects of check in/check out on behavioral indices and mathematics generalization.  Behavioral Disorders, 36(4), 225-240.

 Mong, M., & Mong, K. (in press). An examination of the utility of brief experimental analysis and extended intervention analysis in selecting effective mathematics interventions.  Journal of Behavioral Education.

Mong, M. & Mong, K. (2010). Efficacy of two mathematics interventions on enhancing fluency with elementary students. Journal of Behavioral Education, 19(4), 273-288.

Mong, M., Noguchi, K, & Ladner, B. (in press). Immediate Psychological Impact of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: Symptoms of PTSD and Coping Skills. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, & Trauma

Recent Presentations

Harpole, L. L., Olmi, D. J., Dufrene, B. A., Mercer, S. H., & Mong, M. (2011, February 25). Check in/check out with at risk high school students. Paper accepted for presentation at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference.  San Francisco, CA.

Menousek, K., Olmi, D. J., Dufrene, B. A., Mercer, S. H., Tingstrom, D. & Mong, M. (2011, February 25). Comparing the effects of two PBIS token reinforcement systems. Poster accepted for presentation at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference.  San Francisco, CA.

Mong, M., Mong K., Henington, C., & Doggett, R.A. (2011, February 22). Brief experimental analysis and extended analysis of four reading interventions. Paper accepted for presentation at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference.  San Francisco, CA.

Mong, M., Noguchi, K., & Boudreaux, D. (2010, September 29). Psychological effects of the Deep Water Horizon oil spill. Invited presentation for the University of Southern Mississippi’s College of Health symposium. Hattiesburg, MS.

Mong, M. & Mong, K. (2010, July 21).  A Comparison of Brief Experimental Analysis and Extended Intervention Analysis for Identifying Reading Interventions for At-Risk Elementary Students.  Poster accepted at the International Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference.  Dublin, Ireland.

Ota, M., Mong, M., Johnson-Gros, House, S., Wong, C., & Cates, G.  (2010, March 4).  Understanding what makes mathematics interventions successful.  Symposium presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference.  Chicago, IL.

Mong, M., Doggett, T., & Henington, C.  (2009, February 26).  An evaluation of the math to mastery intervention package.  Manuscript presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference.  Boston, MA.

Recent Workshops

Mong, M. (2009, October 14).  Positive behavior intervention and supports (PBIS) throughout the tiers.  Workshop conducted for the Mississippi Department of Education.  Hattiesburg, MS.

Mong, M. (2009, September 24).  Effective instruction, differentiated instruction, and interventions throughout the tiers.  Workshop conducted for the Mississippi Department of Education.  Hattiesburg, MS.

Mong, M.  (2009, September 23).  Universal screening and progress monitoring of academic variables.  Workshop conducted for the Mississippi Department of Education.  Hattiesburg, MS.

Mong, M.  (2009, April 2-3).  Putting it all together: Wrapping up Tier 1.  Workshop conducted for the Mississippi Department of Education.  Hattiesburg, MS.