Education and School Psychology Alumni at NASP Conference Present Research

Posted on 3/25/2014 1:33:37 PM

Each year, the Department of Educational and School Psychology is represented by a number of alumni at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) convention. This year, nine alumni from the Department of Education and School Psychology presented 19 presentations at the NASP Conference, held in Washington, D.C. on February 18–21, 2014.

The department would like to recognize these nine alumni and their presentations.

  • Leigh Armistead, DEd
    • Ethical and Professional Practices in the Digital Age
  • Laura Crothers, DEd
    • Bullying of LGBTQ Students in Southwestern Pennsylvania
  • Susan Davies, DEd
    • Motivations For Under-Reporting Concussions in Collegiate Athletics
    • Traumatic Brain Injury Assessment Training: Current Practices In Graduate Programs
    • Supporting Students with Concussion: Getting School Psychologists in the Game
  • Francis Matteo, DEd
    • Understanding Reading Comprehension: Memory for Unpredictable Words of a Text
  • Steven Feifer, DEd
    • The Neuropsychology of Mathematics: Diagnosis and Intervention
    • Using Cognitive Neuropsychology to Develop Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Interventions
    • The Neuropsychology of Emotional Disorders
  • Lori Fernald, DEd
    • Team Training and Fidelity of Implementation of the Prereferral Process
    • How To Be a Hero: Teaching Children About Heroism
  • Denise Foley, DEd
    • Helping Students Read Naturally Through Computer-Based Fluency Training
    • Promising Start: Adding Service-Learning to a Training Program
    • First School-Wide PBIS: Improved Outcomes But More Work Remains
    • School Psychologists and RTI Implementation: Exploring the Road Ahead
    • Improving Educational Outcomes: Using M-CBM to Predict High-Stakes Test Performance
  • Brandon Shultz, DEd
    • Interventions for Adolescents with ADHD: Results of a Clinical Trial
  • Richard VanVoorhis, DEd
    • LID Training in School Psychology: An Exploratory Review of Curricula
    • iPad Applications to Support Students with Low Incidence Disabilities

NASP supports school psychology and improvement within the field. Its mission is to empower school psychologists by improving effective practices to improve students’ mental health, behavior, and learning.

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