Professor John Hintze received his doctoral degree from Lehigh University’s APA accredited program in school psychology in 1994. He completed his predoctoral APA/APPIC accredited internship at Children’s Seashore House/Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and his postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Connecticut. His research interests are in curriculum-based measurement, behavioral assessment, response-to-intervention (RtI), research design, and statistical analysis. His research and clinical interests focuses on decision making within RtI and error associated with time series analysis. Dr. Hintze teaches courses in principles and practices of school psychology, cognitive assessment, research design, neuroanatomy and physiology, and professional supervision. Dr. Hintze coordinates and supervises the internship. Dr. Hintze is licensed as a Mental Health Service Provider, is an APA Fellow of Division 16, and was the 1999 recipient of Division 16’s Lightner Witmer Award.
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