Beth Trammell, Ph.D., HSPP
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Tom Raper Hall 246
- Ph.D., Ball State University, 2012 – School Psychology
- M.A., Ball State University, 2006 – Counseling Psychology
- B.S., B.Arch., Ball State University, 2004 – Architecture, Environmental Design
Current Research Interests
Parent training, diagnosis and treatment of childhood behavior disorders, effective teaching strategies that impact student/faculty expectations
Selected Publications and Presentations
- Trammell, B., Wilczynski, S., Tullis, C., & McIntosh, D. (2014). Parent Training About Effective Communication to Increase Compliance in Children with Autism. American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C. Division 33.
- Trammell, B., & Shapiro, S. (2013). The Impact of Three Types of Instructor Presence on Course Satisfaction, Engagement, & Learning in the Online Introductory Psychology Classroom. Midwest Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago.
- Trammell, B., Wilczynski, S.M., Dale, B., & McIntosh, D.E. (2013). Assessment and differential diagnosis of comorbid conditions in adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorders. Psychology in the Schools, 50, 936-946.
- Wilczynski, S.M., Trammell, B., & Clark, L. (2013). Improving employment outcomes among adolescents and adults on the autism spectrum. Psychology in the Schools, 50, 876-877.
- Ball, C.R., & Trammell, B.A. (2011). Response-to-intervention in high-risk preschools: Critical issues for implementation. Psychology in the Schools, 48, 502-512.
- Trammell, B. & Mazur-Mosiewicz, A. (2009). An argument for preschool assessment of emotional disabilities. From Science to Practice, 1(4), 33-41.
Selected Previous Employment
- Licensed Psychologist & Health Service Provider in Psychology (HSPP), Still Waters Professional Counseling, 2008-current
- Instructor, Department of Educational Psychology, Ball State University, 2009-2010
Selected Board Membership
- Board Member, Treefort, Eaton, Indiana, 2014-current
- Advisory Board, Department of Educational Psychology, Ball State University, 2014-current
Selected Grant Awards
- Trammell, B., & Cooksey, A. (2013). Engaging students in experiential learning through community parent training workshops. Indiana University East Leads Program High Impact Practice Professional Development Grants. $1000.