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Littin, Stacy L

Stacy Lauderdale-Littin, Ph.D., BCBA-D

  • Associate Professor

Department: Special Education

Office: McAllan Hall 214

Phone: 732-263-5216

Email: slauderd@monmouth.edu


Dr. Stacy Lauderdale-Littin is an associate professor in the Department of Special Education at Monmouth University, where she coordinates the Masters in Education-Autism track and applied behavior analysis programs focused on training future teachers and behaviorists to work with students with autism. She spent six years as an elementary school teacher for children with autism in Los Angeles before attending graduate school at University of California, Riverside (UCR), where she received her Ph.D. in special education. She also completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center focusing on skill acquisition and behavior reduction procedures within the classroom setting. Her research interests include student-teacher relationships, parent-teacher relationships, and the implementation of evidence-based practices for students with autism in the classroom.

Education

Ph.D., Special Education, University of California, Riverside

BCBA, BCBA-D, National University

M.A., Special Education, California State University, Northridge

B.S., Clemson University

Scholarly Articles

  • Haspel, M. & Lauderdale-Littin, S. (Accepted). Autism in the classroom: Teacher self-identified factors impacting success. DADD Online Journal
  • Fiske, K., Isenhower, R., Bamond, M., & Lauderdale-Littin, S. (2019).  An analysis on the value of token reinforcement using a multiple-schedule assessment. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 53, 1-9. 
  • Lauderdale-Littin, S., & Haspel, M. (2018). Autism program improvement: Identified themes for areas of growth within public schools. DADD Online Journal5, 90-101. 
  • Lauderdale-Littin, S., & Brennan, M. (2017). Evidence-based practices in the public school: The role of preservice teacher training. International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, 10, 369-375DOI:10.26822/iejee.2018336195 
  • Lauderdale-Littin, S., & Blacher, J. (2016). Young adults with severe intellectual disability: Culture, parental stress, and sibling negative impact. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 3, 230-239DOI: 10.3109/13668250.2016.1230843 
  • Howell, E., Lauderdale-Littin, S., & Blacher, J. (2015).  Family impact of children with autism and Asperger syndrome: A case for attention and intervention. Austin Journal of Autism and Related Disabilities1(2), 1008. 
  • Blacher, J., Howell, E., Lauderdale-Littin, S., Laugeson, E. & DiGennaro-Reed, F. (2014). Autism spectrum disorder and the student teacher relationship:  A comparison study with peers with intellectual disability and typical development. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 8, 324-333DOI:10.1016/j.rasd.2013.12.008 
  • Lauderdale-Littin, S., Howell, E., & Blacher, J. (2013). Educational placement for children with autism spectrum disorder in public and nonpublic school settings: The impact of social skills and behavior problems. Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 48(4), 469-478. 
  • Lang, R., Regester, A., Lauderdale, S., Ashbaugh, K., & Haring, A. (2010) Treatment of anxiety in autism spectrum disorders using cognitive behavior therapy: A systematic review. Developmental Neurorehabilitation13, 51-61.  

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Fall

  • Applied Behavior Analysis (aba): Personnel Supervision and Management – EDS 605
  • Autism: Characteristics, Etiology, and Current Issues – EDS 502
  • Experimental Design – EDS 580
  • Experimental Design – EDS 607

2022 Summer E

  • Applied Behavior Analysis: Behavior Change Procedures – EDS 604
  • Technology and Students With Disabilities – EDS 535

2021 Fall

  • Applied Behavior Analysis: Introduction – EDS 601
  • Autism: Characteristics, Etiology, and Current Issues – EDS 502
  • Experimental Design – EDS 580
  • Research Issues and Trends in Special Education – EDS 530

2021 Summer B

  • Applied Behavior Analysis: Behavior Assessment – EDS 603
  • Quantitative Research – EDD 752

2021 Spring

  • Applied Behavior Analysis: Concepts and Principles – EDS 602
  • Experimental Design – EDS 580

2020 Fall

  • Applied Behavior Analysis: Introduction – EDS 601
  • Autism: Characteristics, Etiology, and Current Issues – EDS 502

2020 Summer B

  • Applications of Applied Behavior Analysis (aba) Principles – EDS 603
  • Autism: Characteristics, Etiology, and Current Issues – EDS 502

2020 Spring

  • Applied Behavior Analysis: Reinforcement, Punishment and the Development of the New Behavior – EDS 602
  • Autism: Characteristics, Etiology, and Current Issues – EDS 502
  • Research Seminar in Special Education – EDS 580

2019 Fall

  • Autism: Characteristics, Etiology, and Current Issues – EDS 502
  • Research Issues and Trends in Special Education – EDS 530

2019 Summer B

  • Applications of Applied Behavior Analysis (aba) Principles – EDS 603
  • Autism: Characteristics, Etiology, and Current Issues – EDS 502

2019 Spring

  • Autism: Characteristics, Etiology, and Current Issues – EDS 502
  • Ethics and Professionalism for Behavioral Analysis – EDS 606
  • Research Seminar in Special Education – EDS 580

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Applications of Applied Behavior Analysis (aba) Principles (EDS 603)
  • Applied Behavior Analysis: Introduction (EDS 601)
  • Applied Behavior Analysis: Reinforcement, Punishment and the Development of the New Behavior (EDS 602)
  • Applied Behavior Analysis: Selecting, Defining and Measuring Behavior and Evaluating Behavior Change (EDS 601)
  • Autism: Characteristics, Etiology, and Current Issues (EDS 502)
  • Ethics and Professionalism for Behavioral Analysis (EDS 606)
  • Experimental Design (EDS 580, EDS 607)
  • Individualizing Curricula and Systematic Instruction for Special Education (EDS 350)
  • Research and Advanced Topics: in Autism and Aba (EDS 605)
  • Research Issues and Trends in Special Education (EDS 530)
  • Research Seminar in Autism (EDS 580)
  • Research Seminar in Special Education (EDS 580)