Ph.D., Tulane University; M.S., University of New Orleans; B.S., Tulane University
Behavioral interventions in schools (e.g., group contingencies) and meta-analyses; working with children with post-natural-disaster trauma and post-traumatic growth; overscheduling of children and youth; professional issues
Dr. Little has held faculty positions at multiple universities, attaining the rank of full professor. He is currently a full professor at Massey University in New Zealand. He has published extensively, was editor of The School Psychologist, and was president of Division 16 of the APA in 2002. A fellow of the APA and a board-certified behavior analyst, he is a licensed psychologist in New York, California, and New Zealand. Dr. Little received the 2008 Walden Extraordinary Faculty Award for the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the 2009 Jack Bardon Award for lifetime service to the profession of school psychology.