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SPCL 7915 Behavioral Assessment and Intervention: READING BIBLIOGRAPHY

Open Educational Resource (OER) created for Professor Elizalde-Utnick's SPCL 7915 course.

Full Reading Citations

Textbook: Desrochers & Fallon (2014). Instruction in Functional Assessment. Open SUNY Textbooks.

This textbook can be found in the Brooklyn College library:

http://www.oercommons.org/courses/instruction-in-functional-assessment-2/view

Additional Readings:

1.      Cheney, D. A., Cumming, T. M., & Slemrod, T. (2014). Secondary education and promising practices for students with emotional/behavioral disorders. In H. M. Walker, & F. M. Gresham (Eds.), Handbook of evidence-based practices for emotional and behavioral disorders: Applications in schools (pp.344-360). NY: Guilford.

2.      Dunlap, G., & Fox, L. (2014). Supportive interventions for young children with social, emotional, and behavioral delays and disorders. In H. M. Walker, & F. M. Gresham (Eds.), Handbook of evidence-based practices for emotional and behavioral disorders: Applications in schools (pp.503-517). NY: Guilford.

3.      Elizalde-Utnick, G. (2007). Young selectively mute English language learners: School-based intervention strategies. Journal of Early Childhood and Infant Psychology, 3, 143-163.

4.      Farmer, R. L., & Floyd, R. G. (2016). An evidence-driven, solution-focused approach to functional behavior assessment report writing. Psychology in the Schools, 53(10), 1018-1031. DOI: 10.1002/pits

5.      Friman, P. C., Volz, J. L., & Haugen, K. A. (2010). Parents and school psychologists as child behavior problem-solving partners. In G. G. Peacock, R. A. Ervin, E. J. Daly III, & K. W. Merrell (Eds.), Practical handbook of school psychology: Effective practices for the 21st century (pp. 390-407). NY: Guilford.

6.      Hess, R, S., Pejic, V., & Castejon, K. S. (2014). Best practices in delivering culturally responsive, tiered level supports for youth with behavioral challenges. In P. L. Harrison & A. Thomas (Eds.), Best practices in school psychology: Student-level services (pp.321-334). Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.

7.      Hulac, D., Benson, N., Nesmith, M. C., & Shervey, S. W. (2016). Using variable interval reinforcement schedules to support students in the classroom: An introduction with illustrative examples. Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 6(1), 90–96. DOI:10.5590/JERAP.2016.06.1.06 Link: https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1132273.pdf

8.      Lewis, T. J., Hatton, H. L., Jorgenson, C., & Maynard, D. (2017). What beginning special educators need to know about conducting functional behavioral assessments. Council for Exceptional Children, 49(4), 231-238. DOI: 10.1177/0040059917690885. 

9.      Reeves, L. M., Umbreit, J., Ferro, J. B., & Liaupsin, C. J. (2017). The role of the replacement behavior in function-based intervention. Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 52(3), 305-316.

10.     Riley-Tillman, T. C., & Burns, M. K. (2009). Visual analysis and interpretation strategies for single-case design. Evaluating educational interventions: Single-case design for measuring response to intervention. NY: Guilford (selection)

11.      Scruggs, T. E., & Mastropieri, M. A. (2013). PND at 25: Past, present, and future trends in summarizing single-subject research. Remedial and Special Education, 34(1), 9-19. DOI: 10.1177/0741932512440730

12.      Steege, M. W., Pratt, J. L., Wickerd, G. W., Guare, R., & Watson, T.S. (2019). Experimental functional behavioral assessment. In: Conducting school-based functional behavioral assessments (3rd ed.) (pp.164-181). New York, NY: The Guilford Press.

13.      Walker, J. D., & Barry, C. (2017). Improving outcomes on behavioral intervention plans. Intervention in School and Clinic, 53(1), 12-18. DOI: 10.1177/1053451217692566  https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1053451217692566