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Research

Recent Presentations and Publications by School Psychology Students and Faculty

^=School Psychology Student, *=School Psychology Faculty

  • ^Ahern, 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.
  • ^Albert, 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.
  • ^Jordan, 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.
  • ^Olsen, 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.
  • ^Powers. 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.
  • ^Stenglein, 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.
  • ^Stone, 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.
  • ^Viola, 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.
  • ^Williams, 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.
  • ^Williams, 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.