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Cho, Evelyn; Strawhun, Jenna; Owens, Sarah A.; Tugendrajch, Siena K.; M. Hawley, Kristin – School Psychology Review, 2021
Better integration of evidence-based practices (EBPs) in schools can improve access to effective youth mental health care. However, EBPs typically developed and tested within clinics may not be feasible for school-based implementation. We conducted a small randomized trial comparing Show Me FIRST, a brief intervention designed for efficient uptake…
Descriptors: Positive Behavior Supports, Evidence Based Practice, Mental Health, Randomized Controlled Trials
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DiGirolamo, Ann M.; Desai, Dimple; Farmer, Deana; McLaren, Susan; Whitmore, Ani; McKay, Danté; Fitzgerald, Layla; Pearson, Stephanie; McGiboney, Garry – School Psychology Review, 2021
Nationally, school-based mental health (SBMH) is seen as an avenue to increase access to children's mental health services and promote mental health awareness. The current article describes the implementation of a statewide SBMH program focusing on partnerships between community-based providers and local school systems, with providers embedded…
Descriptors: Mental Health Programs, School Community Programs, Integrated Services, Access to Health Care
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Hustus, Chelsea L.; Evans, Steven W.; Owens, Julie Sarno; Benson, Kari; Hetrick, Allyse A.; Kipperman, Kristen; DuPaul, George J. – School Psychology Review, 2020
When adolescents with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) demonstrate impairment in academic performance, school professionals have the option of using strategies that reduce expectations (formally or informally), using interventions that facilitate skill development in the student, or both. Because there are unintended consequences of…
Descriptors: Federal Legislation, Students with Disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, High School Students
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Fisher, Amy E.; Fisher, Sycarah; Arsenault, Chelsea; Jacob, Rachel; Barnes-Najor, Jessica – School Psychology Review, 2020
Positive self-esteem is linked to academic success for K-12 students. However, self-esteem declines during adolescence, especially for African Americans. Positive perceptions of school climate are well-studied predictors of self-esteem. Given the risk for greater declines in self-esteem experienced by African American students, this study sought…
Descriptors: Self Esteem, Ethnicity, Racial Identification, African American Students
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Hier, Bridget O.; January, Stacy-Ann A.; Van Norman, Ethan R. – School Psychology Review, 2020
This study examined the effect of progress monitoring frequency and scoring metric on curriculum-based measurement of written expression (CBM-WE) progress monitoring estimates. The writing progress of 116 second-grade students receiving a classwide writing fluency intervention in their general education classrooms was monitored across 13 weeks…
Descriptors: Curriculum Based Assessment, Writing Tests, Progress Monitoring, Grade 2
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Parker, David C.; Stewart, Lisa H.; Kaminski, Ruth A.; Thomson, Susan; Pulles, Sandy M. – School Psychology Review, 2020
Much is known about the role of vocabulary in reading and the instructional procedures that improve vocabulary. Relatively less is known about feasible approaches to implement vocabulary interventions for struggling readers within tiered frameworks. The current study randomly assigned at-risk kindergarten and first-grade students to a vocabulary…
Descriptors: Intervention, Volunteers, Nonprofit Organizations, Vocabulary Development
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Schnorrbusch, Chelsea; Fabiano, Gregory A.; Aloe, Ariel M.; Toro Rodriguez, Roberto C. – School Psychology Review, 2020
One potential source contributing to the misdiagnosis and inappropriate treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) could be as simple as a child's age in relation to others in their grade. Studies indicate that children who are youngest in their grade are at greater risk of being diagnosed with, and medicated for, ADHD. The…
Descriptors: Meta Analysis, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Age Differences, Clinical Diagnosis
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Van Camp, Alyssa M.; Wehby, Joseph H.; Martin, Brittany Lee N.; Wright, Jessica R.; Sutherland, Kevin S. – School Psychology Review, 2020
Research indicates that intensification in multitiered systems of support (MTSS) can prevent problem behavior and academic deficits from worsening and ensure that students with the most intensive needs receive the most appropriate supports. In MTSS, it is important to consider evidence-based practices that teachers can intensify to improve student…
Descriptors: Intervention, Meta Analysis, Positive Behavior Supports, Behavior Modification
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Reyes, Roland S.; McDermott, Paul A.; Watkins, Marley W.; Rovine, Michael J.; Chao, Jessica L. – School Psychology Review, 2020
This study compared the relative contribution of earliest assessment of preschool children's context-specific problem behaviors with subsequent observations of those behaviors for the prediction of later academic and sociobehavioral performance in first grade. Using a nationally representative sample of low-income children from the Head Start…
Descriptors: Accuracy, Predictive Validity, Preschool Children, Behavior Problems
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Gadke, Daniel L.; Drevon, Daniel D. – School Psychology Review, 2020
Brief experimental analysis (BEA) is frequently used to drive intervention selection decisions for students in need of intensive reading fluency intervention. Researchers have demonstrated that most BEA results for students with reading fluency difficulties are undifferentiated when considering the standard error of measurement (SEM) of…
Descriptors: Data Use, Decision Making, Efficiency, Intervention
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Van Bergen, Penny; Graham, Linda J.; Sweller, Naomi – School Psychology Review, 2020
A rich body of research using teacher report has shown that students with disruptive behavior are at heightened risk of experiencing negative student-teacher relationships over time. However, no research has compared how students with and without disruptive behavior remember their own past relationships. We conducted autobiographical memory…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Behavior Problems, Student Behavior, At Risk Students
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Parker, Janise S.; Garnes, Jasmine N.; Oliver, Emily D.; Amabile, Avery; Sarathy, Ashwini – School Psychology Review, 2020
The present study examined African American high school students' perceptions of their development and use of self-determination skills (e.g., goal setting, choice/decision making, self-advocacy, etc.) in school. The term "development" refers to the cultivation of self-determination skills through various means (e.g., structured learning…
Descriptors: African American Students, High School Students, Student Attitudes, Self Determination
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Groves, Emily A.; Austin, Jennifer L. – School Psychology Review, 2020
The Good Behavior Game (GBG) is a classroom management intervention whereby students earn points toward a particular criterion to "win" the game. Typically, students know the criterion at the start of the game. However, this approach may cause behavior to deteriorate if, during the game, students believe that they have already won or…
Descriptors: Student Behavior, Behavior Problems, Educational Games, Classroom Techniques
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Alexander, Ryan M.; Reynolds, Matthew R. – School Psychology Review, 2020
Intelligence tests and adaptive behavior scales measure vital aspects of human functioning. Assessment of each is a required component in the diagnosis or identification of intellectual disability. The present study investigated the population correlation between intelligence and adaptive behavior using psychometric meta-analysis. The main…
Descriptors: Meta Analysis, Incidence, Intelligence Tests, Clinical Diagnosis
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Zakszeski, Brittany; Hojnoski, Robin L.; Dever, Bridget V.; DuPaul, George J.; McClelland, Megan M. – School Psychology Review, 2020
Self-regulation is a critical component of school readiness and success. Practices for supporting self-regulation may be advanced by a better understanding of factors characterizing children at risk for challenges and contextual mechanisms associated with desirable developmental trajectories. The current study leverages a large national data set…
Descriptors: Self Management, Student Characteristics, Young Children, Kindergarten
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