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Dr. Brad Dufrene

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Bio

Dr. Dufrene received his Ph.D. in school psychology from Mississippi State University and completed a predoctoral internship in pediatric psychology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He is a Professor in the School of Psychology and Director of Training of the School Psychology Program

  • PHD - Mississippi State University (2005)
  • MA - Louisiana State University (2000)
  • BS - Louisiana State University (1997)

PSY 422 Learning
PSY 643 Psychoeducational Assessment II
PSY 772 Applied Behavior Analysis
PSY 774 Behavioral Consultation in School Psychology

  • THE CURRENT STATUS OF INDIRECT FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS, Psychology in the Schools, 2017, 10.1002/pits.22006
  • Self-monitoring as a viable fading option in check-in/check-out, JOURNAL OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY, 2015, 10.1016/j.jsp.2014.12.004
  • The Effects of Check-In/Check-Out on Problem Behavior and Academic Engagement in Elementary School Students, JOURNAL OF POSITIVE BEHAVIOR INTERVENTIONS, 2015, 10.1177/1098300713517141
  • THE CURRENT STATUS OF INDIRECT FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS, Psychology in the Schools, 2017, 10.1002/pits.22006
  • Parentā€implemented reading interventions within a response to intervention framework, Psychology in the Schools, 2019, 10.1002/pits.22251
  • Peer Tutoring for Reading Fluency as a Feasible and Effective Alternative in Response to Intervention Systems, Journal of Behavioral Education, 2010, 10.1007/s10864-010-9111-8
  • Direct Behavioral Consultation in Head Start to Increase Teacher Use of Praise and Effective Instruction Delivery, Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 2012, 10.1080/10474412.2011.620817
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  • Licensed Psychologist
  • National Association of School Psychologists
  • English (Native or Bilingual)

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Hattiesburg

Email
Brad.DufreneFREEMississippi

Phone
601.266.5256

Areas of Expertise

school psychology, pediatric psychology, prevention of emotional and behavioral disorders in preschool children