Thomas Harriot College of Arts & Sciences

Department of Psychology

Dr. Brandon Schultz
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Brandon K. Schultz, EdD, NCSP
Assisstant Professor

Office: Rawl 213
Phone: 252-737-4956
Fax: 252-328-6283

Mailing Address:

104 Rawl Building
Department of Psychology
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858-4353


EdD, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, School Psychology
MEd, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Educational Psychology
MEd, Frostburg State University, School Counseling
BA, Salisbury State University, Psychology

Research Interests: Dr. Schultz is interested in the developmental course of externalized behavior disorders, particularly as it relates to the academic and social impairments that emerge in adolescence. He is currently conducting research on techniques to disseminate evidence-based interventions for disruptive students in middle and high schools.

Selected publications in peer refereed journals:

Schultz, B.K., Prerna, A., & Mautone, J.A. (2015). Consultation and coaching to increase the uptake of evidence-based practices: Introduction to the special issue. School Mental Health, 7, 1-5.

Evans, S.W., Schultz, B.K., & DeMars, C. (2014). High school-based treatment for adolescents with ADHD: Results from a pilot study examining outcomes and dosage. School Psychology Review, 43, 185-202.

Schultz, B.K., & Evans, S.W. (2012). Sources of bias in teacher ratings of adolescents with ADHD. Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 2, 151-162.

Evans, S. W., Schultz, B. K., DeMars, C. E., & Davis, H. (2011). Effectiveness of the challenging horizons after-school program for young adolescents with ADHD. Behavior Therapy, 42, 462-474.

Sadler, J.M., Evans, S.W., Schultz, B.K., & Zoromski, A.K. (2011). Potential mechanisms of action in the treatment of social impairment and disorganization with adolescents with ADHD. School Mental Health, 3, 156-168.

Schultz, B.K., Storer, J., Watabe, Y., Sadler, J., & Evans, S.W. (2011). School-based treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Psychology in the Schools, 48, 254-262.

Schultz, B.K., Evans, S.W., & Serpell, Z.N. (2009). Preventing academic failure among middle school students with ADHD: A survival analysis. School Psychology Review, 38, 14-27.

Evans, S.W., Schultz, B.K., White, L.C., Brady, C., Sibley, M.H., & Van Eck, K. (2009). A school-based organization intervention for young adolescents with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. School Mental Health, 1, 78-88.

Evans, S.W., Christensen, O.A., Schultz, B.K. & Markham, D. (2009). Psychosocial treatment of adolescents with ADHD. Current Attention Disorders Reports, 1, 125-130.

Evans, S. W., Schultz, B. K., & Sadler, J. M. (2008). Safety and efficacy of psychosocial interventions used to treat children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Psychiatric Annals, 38, 58-65.

Evans, S. W., Schultz, B. K., & Serpell, Z. N. (2008). Balancing feasibility and treatment adherence in school mental health research. Advances in School Mental Health Promotion, 1, 28-38.

Serpell, Z. N., Evans, S. W., Schultz, B. K., & Pastor, D. (2008). Incremental benefits of school-based treatment for adolescents with ADHD. ADHD Report, 16(4), 1-7.

Evans, S. W., Serpell, Z. N., Schultz, B. & Pastor, D. (2007). Cumulative benefits of secondary school-based treatment of students with ADHD. School Psychology Review, 36, 256-273.