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Department of Psychology

Congratulations To These School Psychology Graduate Students For Successfully Defending Their Ed.S. projects.


  • Krista Cummings: Using Explicit Social Skills Instruction Combined with a Restricted Interest Group to Increase the Frequency of Social Skills in Students with Autism
  • Andrea Greene: A Review of LEAD PD Writing in the Content Areas: Measures of Teacher Self-Efficacy and Student Performance
  • Hillary Jenkins: Using an Inclusive Restricted Interest Group to Increase Social Skill Accuracy in Children  with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Leah Pritchett: Noncontingent Reinforcement and Decreasing Problem Behaviors with Students with Special Needs and its Effect on Teacher Behavior
  • Daniel Pulliam: Effect of Student Classroom Cell Phone Usage on Teachers   
  • Carly Rentsch: The Consistency of Teacher Ratings on the Behavior Assessment System for Children-3 and the Child Behavior Checklist 1.5-5
  • Mary Katherine Ryle: Prevalence and Accuracy of Learning Styles Covered in Educational Psychology and Introduction to Education Textbooks: A Content Analysis
  • Jennifer Scharklet: Agreement Between Evaluation Methods Used in Brief Experimental Analysis
  • Natalie West: Using Professional Development to Build Pre-Service Teachers’ Self-Efficacy for Helping Students with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder to Learn

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 Last Modified 8/29/17