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Educational and School Psychology Students and Faculty to Present Topics at Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania

Full group at the 2012 Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania conference

Students and faculty from the Department of Educational and School Psychology will present at the annual Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania (ASPP) fall conference, held in State College, Pa., on October 18–19, 2012.

The mission of ASPP is to represent and support school psychology through leadership to enhance the mental health and competence of all children. This year, the Educational and School Psychology Program at IUP will be represented at the conference by several student and faculty presenters on topics such as assessment, mental health services, and School Wide Positive Behavior and Intervention Support.

The presenters include:

  • Linaburg, M., Hunter, K., Roche, C., & McGowan, M. R. (2012, October). Evaluating the Clinical, Forensic and Educational Validity of the SAVRY: A Meta-Analysis. Poster presentation presented at the annual meeting of the Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania, State College, PA.
  • Linaburg, M., Wick, M., & McGowan, M. R. (2012, October). Using the Stanford-Binet's Non-Verbal Composite Scores to Evaluate Gifted and Talented Learners. Poster presentation presented at the annual meeting of the Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania, State College, PA.
  • McLaughlin, C. L., & Vasbinder, S. (2012, October). The Impact of Increased Resources on State Standardized Test Scores in an Urban, Low Socio-Economic Elementary School. Poster presentation presented at the annual meeting of the Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania, State College, PA.
  • Spayd, M. A., McGurk, D. G., & Runge, T. J. (2012, October). School Wide Positive Behavior and Intervention Support: A Tier II Implementation. Poster presentation presented at the annual meeting of the Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania, State College, PA.
  • Wagner, H. D., Boneshefski, M. J., Gorlaski, G. M., & Runge, T. J. (2012, October). SWPBIS After Six Years: A Cohort Study. Poster presentation presented at the annual meeting of the Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania, State College, PA.
  • Wagner, H. D., Thompson. T. L., & McGowan, M. R. (2012, October). Professional roles and collaboration: Exploring the provision of mental health services in schools.Poster presentation presented at the annual meeting of the Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania, State College, PA.

Posted on 10/1/2012 2:15:25 PM

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