Department of Psychology

 

Tyler Brown, Ph.D.Dr. Tyler Brown, School Psychology Faculty

Assistant Professor
100 Waggoner Hall
Work: 309-298-1593
Fax: 309-298-2179
TR-Brown6@wiu.edu



Additional Information

Education:

Dr. Brown earned his Ph.D. in School Psychology from the University of South Dakota. Prior to joining WIU, he worked as a school psychologist in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and served as an adjunct instructor at Carroll University. 

Teaching:

Dr. Brown teaches in the areas of behavior and learning, child development, intelligence, psychoeducational assessment

Research Interests:

Dr. Brown’s research interests involve social-emotional development and intervention in children, as well as the influence of cognitive ability and executive functioning on academic outcomes. 

Recent Scholarly Activities:

Brown, T., & Wollersheim Shervey, S. Individual differences between social media motivation and use. Manuscript in preparation.

Mason, B. A., Wills, H. P., Davis, J. L., & Brown, T. R. (2016, February). Good plans today or perfect plans tomorrow: Selecting intervals for self-monitoring interventions. Breakout session conducted at the Midwest Symposium for Leadership in Behavior Disorders, Kansas City, MO.

Hajovsky, D. B., Reynolds, M. R., Mason, B. A., & Brown, T. R. (2016, February). Development of risk behavior: Parent and peer influences in adolescence. Poster presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA. 

Hajovsky, D. B., Reynolds, M. R., Mason, B. A., & Brown, T. R. (2016, February). Longitudinal evidence of gender differences in teacher-student relationships and achievement. Poster presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Brown, T. (2015, March). Bullying prevention and intervention. Oral presentation at the South Dakota Special Education Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.

Brown, T., & Hulac, D. (2015, February). Using a token economy system to increase assignment completion. Poster presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.