University of Canterbury
Professor Neville Blampied has been a staff member at the University of Canterbury for 50 years. A core part of his research for more than 30 years has been the investigation of sleep problems in infants, especially the development and testing of innovative family interventions based on social learning and behavioural principles. In addition, he has developed an international reputation for his theoretical work on single-case research designs, which have been widely used by students and colleagues in his applied research. He has published more than 100 peer-reviewed journal articles/chapters and has supervised 130+ theses, dissertations, and research projects.