James Meindl

Associate Professor

(901) 678-3310
Ball Hall 400A
Office Hours

About Dr. Meindl

Dr. Meindl received his M.A. from Penn State - Harrisburg and his Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis and Special Education from The Ohio State University. He has worked as a behavior analyst in both home and school settings. His work in these settings has ranged from developing academic programming, to teaching independent living skills, to focusing on problem behavior - primarily self-injury and aggression. In addition to his clinical work, he has a wide range of research interests including identifying factors that influence choice and preference, contrast effects, interventions for aggression and self-injury, and the effects of delayed consequences.


B. A. Psychology - Lewis and Clark College - 2003
M. A. Applied Behavior Analysis - The Pennsylvania State University - 2006
Ph. D. Applied Behavior Analysis/Special Education - The Ohio State University - 2011

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (# 1-06-3062) - Behavior Analyst Certification Board - 2006 - Present
Certificate of Professional Development in College Instruction - The Ohio State University - 2010
Licensure in Special Education; Moderate/Intensive Intervention Specialist - The Ohio State University - 2011