Student Dissertations

Doctoral Dissertations (Ph.D.)


Nulton, A. (2017).  Executive Function, Intelligence, Achievement, Anxiety, and Attention in Adolescents

Breeden, N. (2017). Keeping up with Technology: Understanding the Evidence-Base of Coping-Related Content on Pinterest

Lim, L. (2017). Impact of Adult Support and Friends' Beliefs on Student Self-Perceptions Across Race/Ethnical Groups

Cells, C. (2017).  Extending Reliability and Validity Evidence for Adjustment Scales for Preschool Intervention (ASPI) Scores Among At-Risk Rural Preschoolers

Leposa, B. (2016).  Trained vs. Untrained Raters Agreement on Direct Behavior Rating Measures

Perry, R. (2016).  Executive Functioning as a Moderator between Preschool Classroom Quality and Self-Regulation for Children from High and Low Poverty Backgrounds

Moore, S. (2016).  Addressing Cultural Conflict in Student-Teacher Relationships:  Efficacy of Bridging Cultures at the Elementary Level

Perlman, E. (2015).  The Use of Computerized Cognitive Assessment with Students with Autism

Spanjers, K. (2016).  Development and Structural Analysis of the Student-School Connectedness Scale (SSCS)

Shah, M. (2016).  An Exploratory Study of an Applied Prevention Model for Academic Difficulties among Students in a School in Mumbai, India

Schlager, O. (2016).  The Effect of Family Context Variables on Learning-Related Skills and Subsequent Academic Achievement

Paveliski, A. (2016).  Assessing the Mediating Effect of Mental Health on the Relationship Between Student Physical Activity and Academic Achievement

Crimmins, A. (2016).  Factor Structure of Scores from the Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence (Third Edition) – Spanish Version among Children in Peru

Anthony, C. (2016).  Using Item Response Theory to Improve the Efficient Measurement of Academic Competence

Murray, A. (2015).  Evaluating Cognitive Behavioral Plan Intervention for Kindergardeners with Externalizing Behavior

Gammelmo, M. (2015).  The Validity of the Validity of Diagnostic Decision making in a School Psychology Training Clinic.