Recent Presentations and Publications by School Psychology Students and Faculty

Y School Psychology Student             *School Psychology Faculty

2015

YAhern, S. (2015). Working with self-injurious youth in schools [A review of the seminar Working with self-injurious youth in schools, by S. Hoff]. New York School Psychologist, 33 (2), 21.

YAlbert, D. (2015). Effective interventions for children and adolescents exhibiting executive functions difficulties [A review of the seminar Effective interventions for children and adolescents exhibiting executive functions difficulties, by G. McCloskey]. New York School Psychologist, 33 (2), 12.

YJordan, D. (2015). NYASP 2014: Promoting wellness in the classroom & beyond…Through the eyes of an intern. New York School Psychologist, 33 (2), 15.

*O’Donnell, P. S. (2015). Socio-economic integration as an empirically based school reform strategy [A review of the seminar Socio-economic integration as an empirically based school reform strategy, by J. McDougal et al.]. New York School Psychologist, 33 (2), 23.

*O’Donnell, P. S., & Dunlap, L. L. (2015). NASP and non-NASP school psychologists’ perceptions of NASP training standards. Trainers’ Forum: Journal of the Trainers of School Psychologists, 33 (2), 88-112.

*O’Donnell, P. S., & Lohse, E. K. (2015). Learning disability identification models in peer-reviewed publications: 2000-2013. Poster presented at the 2015 National Association of School Psychologists Convention, Orlando, FL.

YOlsen, T. (2015). Supporting new teachers in managing the classroom [A review of the seminar Supporting new teachers in managing the classroom, by S. Goldring]. New York School Psychologist, 33 (2), 6.

YPowers. M. (2015). PTSD in the DSM-5: Understanding the differences [A review of the seminar PTSD in the DSM-5: Understanding the differences, by K. O’Rahilly]. New York School Psychologist, 33 (2), 19.

YStenglein, K. (2015). Memory interventions that enhance academic learning [A review of the seminar Memory interventions that enhance academic learning, by M. Dehn]. New York School Psychologist, 33 (2), 17.

YStone, M., O’Donnell, P. S., & Williams, S. A. (2015). Group supervision versus structured peer group supervision in the training of preservice school psychologists. Poster presented at the 2015 Trainers of School Psychologists Conference, Orlando, FL.

YViola, K. (2015). Take control of your test anxiety in a whole class format [A review of the seminar Take control of your test anxiety in a whole class format, by M. Storie]. New York School Psychologist, 33 (2), 24.

YWilliams, S. A. S., Jordan, D., Kraus, D., Whyte, S., Powers, M., Azzaro, M., & Viola,K. (2015). Behavior resources: Motivation, attention, anxiety, depression. Paper presented at the 2014 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Albany, NY.

YWilliams, S. A. S., & Stenglein, K. (2015). Formative assessments and the classroom teacher: Recommendations for the school psychologists. Paper to be presented at the 2015 National Association of School Psychologists Convention, Orlando, FL.

2014

Faustino, P., & *Kulaga, T. (2014). Combating test anxiety. Educator’s Voice: NYSUT’s Journal of Best Practices in Education, 7, 72-73.

*Kulaga, T., & YOlsen, T. (2014). Media usage, nomophobia, and the MS student phone survey. Paper to be presented at the 2014 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Albany, NY.

*O’Donnell, P. S., & Dunlap, L. L. (2014). Training, degrees, and credentials in the hiring of school psychologists. Psychology in the Schools, 51(6), 608-624.

*O’Donnell, P. S., & YLohse, E. K. (2014). Representation of the RTI model for academic problems in peer-reviewed literature. Poster to be presented at the 2014 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Albany, NY.

*Williams, S. A. S., YKraus, D., YJordan, D., YAzzaro, M., YPowers, M., YWhyte, S., & YViola, K. (2014). Behavior resource handbook: Counseling trade tools. Paper to be presented at the 2014 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Albany, NY.

*Williams, S. A. S., & YStenglein, K. (2014). Formative assessments and the classroom teacher: Recommendations for the school psychologists. Paper to be presented at the 2014 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Albany, NY.

2013

*Kulaga, T. (2013). Sexting: Terms, legal issues, dangers, and precautions. Presentation at the 2013 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, White Plains, NY.

*O’Donnell, P. S. (2013). Graphing RTI data using Microsoft Excel. New York School Psychologist, 31(1), 26-27.

YO’Loughlin, C., YMontgomery, A., & *O’Donnell, P. S. (2013). Developed countries’ Autism rates with medical, environmental, and nutritional correlates. Poster presented at the 2013 National Association of School Psychologists Convention, Seattle, WA.

YPanteloukas, A. (2013). A review of cross battery assessment and SLD identification [A review of the workshop Cross battery assessment and SLD identification by V Alfonso & D. Flanagan]. New York School Psychologist, 31(3), 14, 24.

YPanteloukas, A. (2013). Behavioral interventions for at-risk students [A review of the seminar Behavioral interventions for at-risk students by R. Sprick]. New York School Psychologist, 31(1), 14, 39.

YPowers, M. (2013). Creating suicide safety in school [A review of the seminar Creating suicide safety in school by P. Breux]. New York School Psychologist, 31(3), 12, 23.

YViola, K. (2013). Children’s emotions from a neuropsychological perspective [A review of the seminar Children’s emotions from a neuropsychological perspective by G. McCloskey]. New York School Psychologist, 31(3), 11, 31.

*Williams, S. (2013). Putting the I in Education: iPads and Educational Apps. Presentation at the 2013 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, White Plains, NY.

*Williams, S., Rehm, P., Haas, J., Bridgewater, M., Chaires, K., & Fusco, C. (2013). Systems-level consultation: School psychologists engaged in multi-tiered supports. Presentation at the 2013 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, White Plains, NY.

2012

YEschbacher, K. (2012). Girls growing through yoga and wellness: Preventing anxiety and eating disorders in the schools [A review of the seminar Girls growing through yoga and wellness: Preventing anxiety and eating disorders in the schools by E. Keddie et al.]. New York School Psychologist, 30(2), 17.

YFunes, P., YGaydusek, D., YKelly, T., & *O’Donnell, P. S. (2012). Apps for classroom observations in school psychology. Poster presented at the 2012 National Association of School Psychologists Convention in Philadelphia, PA.

*Kulaga, T. (2012). Tactical communication for professional educators. Paper presented at the 2012 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Niagara Falls, NY.

YMontgomery, A., YO’Loughlin, C., & *O’Donnell, P. S. (2012). An analysis of environmental, medical, and nutritional factors and their relationship with autism rates.Poster presented at the 2012 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Niagara Falls, NY.

YMontgomery, A., YO’Loughlin, C., & *O’Donnell, P. S. (2012). The evolution of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and its relationship with IDEA. Poster presented at the 2012 National Association of School Psychologists Convention in Philadelphia, PA.

*O’Donnell, P. S. (2012). Graphing, analyzing, & presenting RTI data with Excel: Making it easy for schools and families. Workshop presented at the 2012 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Niagara Falls, NY.

*O’Donnell, P. S. (2012). Solution-focused therapy techniques in a three-tier RTI model. Paper presented at the 2012 National Association of School Psychologists Convention in Philadelphia, PA.

*O’Donnell, P. S. (2012). The state of the art of school neuropsychology [A review of the workshop The state of the art of school neuropsychology: Where have we come from and where are we headed? by D. Miller]. New York School Psychologist, 30(2), 21.

YSaracino, A., YEschbacher, K., & YWeston-Kurten, D. (2012). A solution focused workbook for all school levels. Poster presented at the 2012 National Association of School Psychologists Convention in Philadelphia, PA.

YSaracino, A. (2012). Teen suicide in the minority & GLBTQ populations [A review of the seminar Teen suicide in the minority & GLBTQ populations by P. Isaac]. New York School Psychologist, 30(2), 6.

YSaracino, A., & *Robelee, W. (2012). Preparing for the NCSP for non-NASP certified program graduates. Paper presented at the 2012 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Niagara Falls, NY.

YUhrig, K., & YGuardo, A. (2012). A solution-focused home school communication program for middle school students with ADHD. Poster presented at the 2012 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Niagara Falls, NY.

YWeston-Kurten, D. (2012). The damage of drama: Keeping peer conflict and ‘drama’ from becoming bullying [A review of the seminar The damage of drama: Keeping peer conflict and ‘drama’ from becoming bullying by K. Allen]. New York School Psychologist, 30(2), 9, 33.

2011

YBenishake, B. (2011). The autism spectrum rating scale (ASRS): Introduction & Application [A review of the seminar The autism spectrum rating scale by Danielle Politi]. New York School Psychologist, 29(1), 5.

YBenishake, B., YMitchell, S., & YColeman, M. (2011). Step into a solution. Poster presented at the 2011 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Verona, NY.

YConway, M., & YVosoughi, A. (2011). RTI in action: What every practicing school psychologist needs to know about implementing RTI in their school district [A review of the seminar RTI in action: What every practicing school psychologist needs to know about implementing RTI in their school district by A. Schlegel & M. Murphy-Keukelaar]. New York School Psychologist, 29(1), 12.

YCostello, E. (2011). Assessing and promoting social emotional strengths: An emerging responsibility of school psychologists [A review of the seminar Assessing and promoting social emotional strengths: An emerging responsibility of school psychologists by A. Nickerson]. New York School Psychologist, 29(1), 20.

YCurnan, V. (2011). Pediatric psychopharmacology: What we know and where we need to go. [A review of the seminar Pediatric psychopharmacology: What we know and where we need to go by J. Daly]. New York School Psychologist, 29(1), 14.

YKarosos, T. (2011). Executive functioning problems: The hidden learning disability. [A review of the seminar Executive functioning problems: The hidden learning disability by A. Shanock & J. Garruto]. New York School Psychologist, 29(1), 5.

YKoch, J. (2011). Introduction to the tasks of executive control (TEC) [A review of the seminar Introduction to the tasks of executive control by Peter Isquith]. New York School Psychologist, 29(1), 4-5.

Mougrabi, R. & YSaracino, A. (2011). Preparing for the Praxis II exam in school psychology. Paper presented at the 2011 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Verona, NY.

*O’Donnell, P. S. (2011). Ethical decision-making for school psychologists [A review of the workshop Ethical decision-making for school psychologists, by B. Bole Williams]. New York School Psychologist, 29(1), 19.

*O’Donnell, P. S. (2011). Functional behavioral assessment for school psychologists. Workshop conducted at the 2011 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Verona, NY.

*O’Donnell, P. S., YFunes, P., YGaydusek, D., & YKelly, T. (2011). Apps for classroom observations in school psychology. Poster presented at the 2011 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Verona, NY.

*O’Donnell, P. S., & Miller, D. N. (2011). Identifying students with specific learning disabilities: School psychologists’ acceptability of the discrepancy model versus response to intervention. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 22(2), 83-94.

YO’Loughlin, C., YMontgomery, A., & *O’Donnell, P. S. (2011). The evolution of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and its relationship with IDEA. Poster presented at the 2011 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Verona, NY.

*Quinn, T., & Quinn, E. (2011). Treating young veterans: Promoting resilience through practice and advocacy. In D. Kelly, S. Howe-Barksdale & D. Gitelson (Eds.), Trauma & the developmental course of PTSD post-deployment. New York, NY: Springer.

*Robelee, W., & YSaracino, A. (2011). Preparing for the NCSP for non-NASP certified program graduates. Paper presented at the 2011 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Verona, NY.

YSaracino, A., YEschbacher, K., & Weston-Kurten, D. (2011). A solution focused workbook for all school levels. Poster presented at the 2011 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Verona, NY.

YScanlan, A. (2011). RTI implementation [A review of the seminar RTI implementation by J. McDougal]. New York School Psychologist, 29(1), 21.

YWay, A. (2011). Secondary level CBM’s: RTI’s white elephant or its next horizon? [A review of the seminar Secondary level CBM’s: RTI’s white elephant or its next horizon? by S. Rappleyea].  New York School Psychologist, 29(1), 24.

2010

*Quinn, E. (2010). Aggression in youth: Interventions in the schools. Presented at the 2010 New York State School Social Workers Association Conference.

*Rappleyea, S. (2010). Secondary level CBM’s: RTI’s white elephant or its next horizon? Seminar presented at the 2010 New York Association of School Psychologists Conference, Verona, NY.

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