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Dr. Thomas Gross
Office: GRH 3045
Ph.D., Educational Psychology – option in School Psychology, Oklahoma State University
M.A., Community Counseling (Child/Adolescent Emphasis), Marquette University
B.S., Psychology, Marquette University
Credentials and Consulting
Nationally Certified School Psychologist
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (IL)
- PSY 313 Statistics in Psychology
- EDFN 501 Educational Statistics
- PSY 545 Clinical Child Psychology: Theory & Intervention
- PSY 640 Psychopathology
- PSY 645 Consultation in Education & Mental Health Settings
- PSY 799 Dissertation
I have interests in evaluation of implementation, caregiver influence on youth social behavior and conduct problems, and outcomes measurement. Secondary interests include school psychologists' preparedness to work with diverse groups, and math interventions.
Recent projects include (a) analyses to examine parenting factors and behavioral screening to predict and prevent school delinquency and suspensions; (b) a comprehensive school psychology diversity course review, and the development of a broad training assessment for trainees; and (c) a peer-based mathematics intervention for first year biology majors (NSF Grant #1719262).
I am willing to serve as director for any of these types of projects: Psy 290, Psy 490, Honors, MA theses, Ed.S. Specialist Projects, Psy.D. Dissertations.
I am willing to serve on a committee for any of these types of projects: Psy 290, Psy 490, Honors, MA theses, Ed.S. Specialist Projects, Psy.D. Dissertations.