Associate Professor of Psychology
Dr. Larry Stout is fascinated by anything that is “digital.” Incorporating new digital technologies into training programs has become an interest for this associate professor who has owned and used one or more microcomputers since 1981. Students in his classes can expect to receive multiple CDs including handouts, Power Point presentations, readings and video clips.
Before coming to Nicholls in 1988, Stout taught at the University of Houston, Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio and the University of Houston-Victoria. He also worked as a certified School Psychologist employed by the Houston Independent School District and the Orleans Parish School Board.
Stout’s research interests include training and dissemination of evidence-based practices, effective behavioral and academic interventions, and curriculum-based measurements.
B.S., Texas A & M University; Ph.D., University of Houston
PSYC 311 – Educational Psychology
PSYC 528 – Behaviorial School Consultation Strategies
PSYC 504 – Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 529 – Instructional Consultation Strategies
PSYC 550 – Special Topics in Psychology
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