Christopher Tullis, PhD, BCBA-D
Christopher Tullis is an associate professor of educational psychology and special education teaching applied behavior analysis coursework at Georgia State University (GSU), serving for 6 years as the program coordinator. He has 20 years experience in behavior analysis ranging from direct implementer (now called a behavior technician or RBT) to university faculty. He has previously served as the GABA Co-VP for Student Affairs (2018-2020) and is currently a member of the GABA Licensure Subcommittee. He was previously a member of the Licensure and Professional Relations Committee for the Hoosier Association for Behavior Analysis. He has also been the primary advisor to 120 students in his time at GSU across special education and behavior analysis (degree and non-degree) programs, with many of these advisees remaining in Georgia as practicing Board Certified Behavior Analysts. In addition to advisement and leadership activities, Chris has published 35 peer-reviewed journal articles and chapters and been a primary investigator or co-investigator on $1.9 million in externally funded projects.