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Caemmerer, Jacqueline M.; Cawthon, Stephanie W.; Bond, Mark – School Psychology Review, 2016
Approximately half of students who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) have a co-occurring disability. Although assessing as well as diagnosing learning disabilities (LDs) is particularly difficult in this population, it is important to properly identify students who may be eligible for academic interventions or accommodations. This study analyzed…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Academic Achievement, Deafness, Learning Disabilities
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Briesch, Amy M.; Briesch, Jacquelyn M. – School Psychology Review, 2016
The current study meta-analyzed 47 single-subject studies of behavioral self-management interventions that were published between 1971 and 2011. In addition to obtaining an overall measure of effect across all self-management studies (f = 0.93), analyses were conducted to assess whether treatment effectiveness was moderated by factors such as…
Descriptors: Meta Analysis, Self Management, Intervention, Research Design
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Barrett, Courtenay A.; Cottrell, Joseph M.; Newman, Daniel S.; Pierce, Benjamin G.; Anderson, Alisha – School Psychology Review, 2015
Approximately 2.4 million children receive special education services for specific learning disabilities (SLDs), and school psychologists are key contributors to the SLD eligibility decision-making process. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (2004) enabled local education agencies to use response to intervention (RTI) instead of the…
Descriptors: Special Education, Learning Disabilities, Academic Ability, Academic Achievement
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Rose, Chad A.; Stormont, Melissa; Wang, Ze; Simpson, Cynthia G.; Preast, June L.; Green, Ambra L. – School Psychology Review, 2015
Students with disabilities are disproportionately represented within the bullying dynamic. However, few studies have investigated the interaction between disability identification and special education services. The current study evaluated bullying involvement (direct victimization, relational victimization, cybervictimization, bullying, fighting,…
Descriptors: Bullying, Disabilities, Victims, Computer Mediated Communication
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Stuebing, Karla K.; Fletcher, Jack M.; Branum-Martin, Lee; Francis, David J. – School Psychology Review, 2012
This study used simulation techniques to evaluate the technical adequacy of three methods for the identification of specific learning disabilities via patterns of strengths and weaknesses in cognitive processing. Latent and observed data were generated and the decision-making process of each method was applied to assess concordance in…
Descriptors: Simulation, Learning Disabilities, Efficiency, Psychometrics
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Lynch, AnnMarie; Theodore, Lea A.; Bray, Melissa A.; Kehle, Thomas J. – School Psychology Review, 2009
The present study employed an alternating-treatments design to compare the differential effect of group contingencies on the improvement of homework completion and accuracy of students with disabilities in a self-contained fifth-grade classroom. Generally, past investigations have indicated a positive association between homework performance and…
Descriptors: Homework, Special Education, Learning Disabilities, Academic Achievement
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Burns, Matthew K.; Boice, Christina H. – School Psychology Review, 2009
The current study replicated MacQuarrie, Tucker, Burns, and Hartman (2002) with a sample of 20 students who had been identified with a disability and had an IQ score that was between 1 and 3 standard deviations below the normative mean. Each student was taught 27 words from the Esperanto International Language with the following conditions: (a)…
Descriptors: Educational Strategies, Intelligence Quotient, Correlation, Vocabulary Development
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Ardoin, Scott P.; Christ, Theodore J. – School Psychology Review, 2008
Schools are increasingly using curriculum-based measurement reading procedures to conduct universal screenings as a means of identifying students whose level and rate of growth are discrepant from peers. Despite abundant evidence supporting the reliability and validity of curriculum-based measurement-reading procedures, researchers have not fully…
Descriptors: Curriculum Based Assessment, Emergent Literacy, Validity, Reliability
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Glover, Todd A.; DiPerna, James C. – School Psychology Review, 2007
The primary potential benefit of the response-to-intervention model is its utility for serving students with unmet instructional or behavioral needs. Although discussion and debates have often focused on the potential "promise and pitfalls" of using response to intervention to make eligibility decisions, less attention has been devoted to key…
Descriptors: Intervention, Learning Disabilities, Student Needs, Special Education
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Shinn, Mark R. – School Psychology Review, 2007
The new Individuals With Disabilities Education Improvement Act (2004) offers local education agencies the choice of using a student's response to intervention (RTI) as a major component to determine eligibility for special education under the category of specific learning disabilities (SLD). Using a RTI model, it is not expected that different…
Descriptors: Educational Needs, Intervention, Curriculum Based Assessment, Eligibility
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Kovaleski, Joseph F. – School Psychology Review, 2007
This invited commentary on the series of articles regarding the state of the extant research and practice concerning the implementation of response to intervention (RTI) will focus on the following issues: (a) what constitutes a comprehensive service delivery system that uses RTI as its driving principle; (b) the dependent measure by which the…
Descriptors: Delivery Systems, Intervention, Learning Disabilities, Responses
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Fuchs, Lynn S.; Fuchs, Douglas – School Psychology Review, 2006
Within the context of a multilayered prevention system, responsiveness to intervention (RTI) integrates increasingly intensive instruction and, at each layer, employs assessment to identify students who are inadequately responsive and who therefore require intervention at the next, more intensive layer in the system. Over the past decade, RTI has…
Descriptors: Intervention, Learning Disabilities, Researchers, Prevention
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DiGennaro, Florence D.; Martens, Brian K.; McIntyre, Laura Lee – School Psychology Review, 2005
The current study examined the extent to which treatment integrity was increased and maintained for 4 teachers in their regular classroom settings as a result of performance feedback and negative reinforcement. Teachers received daily written feedback about their accuracy in implementing an intervention and were able to avoid meeting with a…
Descriptors: Student Behavior, Intervention, Behavior Modification, Integrity
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Volpe, Robert J.; DiPerna, James C.; Hintze, John M.; Shapiro, Edward S. – School Psychology Review, 2005
A variety of coding schemes are available for direct observational assessment of student classroom behavior. These instruments have been used for a number of assessment tasks including screening children in need of further evaluation for emotional and behavior problems, diagnostic assessment of emotional and behavior problems, assessment of…
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, Student Behavior, Psychometrics, Student Evaluation
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Patwa, Shamim S.; Chafouleas, Sandra M.; Madaus, Joseph W. – School Psychology Review, 2005
Despite the success of independence-oriented interventions such as strategy instruction (SI) in secondary populations, very little research has examined the effectiveness of SI at the postsecondary level. Thus, we sought to determine if one form of SI, the Paired Associates Strategy (PAS), improved the recall of factual information by…
Descriptors: Learning Disabilities, Paired Associate Learning, Postsecondary Education, Student Attitudes
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