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Needs Assessment of Teacher Beliefs and PBIS Practices in Early Childhood
A review of the still-emerging literature surrounding early childhood Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) suggests that certain contextual factors, including teacher demographics and beliefs, can impact the ...
Agreement Between Concurrent Operants Assessments and Indirect Measures of Behavior Functions in School Settings
Concurrent Operants (CO) Assessments are choice procedures where children's choices correspond to preferred forms of reinforcement (e.g., adult attention, escape from task demands). There is limited research on the use of ...
School Psychologists' Social Acceptability Ratings of Social Skills Interventions for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
The purpose of this study was to examine school psychologists' perceived effectiveness and social acceptability of school-based social skills interventions for students with ASD. Specifically, the study surveyed their ...