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CARE Member Publications

(2017 onwards only)

  • Adamson, R., McKenna, J., & Mitchell, B. (2019). Creating a tiered continuum of behavior support at the classroom level to enhance school-wide multi-tiered systems of support Preventing School Failure, 63(1), 62-67.
  • Brigham, F., McKenna, J., & Brigham, M. (in press). Memories of the warmth: Transition for students with emotional and/or behavioral disorders. In J. Baaken & F. Obiakor (Eds.). Advances in Special Education: Special Education Transition Services for Students with Disabilities. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing Group Limited.
  • Ciullo, S., Ely, E., McKenna, J., Alves, K., & Kennedy, M. (2019). Reading instruction for students with learning disabilities in grades four and five: An observation study. Learning Disability Quarterly, 42(2), 67-79.
  • Galizzi, Monica, Roberto Leombruni and Lia Pacelli, (2019). “Successful return to work during labor market liberalization: The case of Italian injured workers.” Journal for Labour Market Research.
  • Garwood, J., McKenna, J., Roberts, G., Ciullo, S., & Shin, M. (2019). Social studies content knowledge interventions for students with emotional and behavioral disorders: A meta-analysis. Behavior Modification. Advance online publication.
  • Greher, G.R. (In Press). Music Technology as an Intuitive and Inclusive Pathway to Musical Thinking, Learning, and Doing, Lee Willingham (Ed) Walking the Boundaries. Wilfred Laurier University Press.
  • Greher, G.R. (2019) Soundtrap: A Browser-Based Digital Audio Workstation, College Music Symposium, Vol 50, No 1, DOI:10.18177/sym.2019.59.sr.11422
  • Greher, G.R. (2018) Making Music Count: An Interdisciplinary Journey into Music Teacher Education. Massachusetts Music Educators Journal Vol 67 (1).
  • Hillier, A., Galizzi, M., & Ferrante, K. (2017). Health care experiences for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Advances in Autism, 3(4), 206-219. Hillier and Galizzi share joint first authorship on this manuscript.
  • Hillier, A., Gallop, N., Mendes, E., Buckingham, A., Nizami, A., & OToole, D. (in press). LGBTQI and Autism Spectrum Disorder: Experiences and Challenges. International Journal of Transgenderism.
  • Hillier, A., Goldstein, J., Murphy, D., Trietsch, R., Keeves, J., Mendes, E., Queenan, A. (2018). Supporting university students with autism spectrum disorder. Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice, 22(1), 20-28.
  • Hillier, A., Goldstein, J., Tornatore, L., Byrne, E., Diaz, A., Johnson, H.M., Ratliff, S., Silva, K., & Donnelly, S.M. (in press). Outcomes of a Peer Mentoring Program for University Students with Disabilities. Mentoring and Tutoring: Partnership in Learning.
  • Hillier, A., Goldstein, J., Tornatore, L., Byrne, E., Ryan, J., & Johnson, H.M., Ratliff, S., Silva, K., & Donnelly, S.M. (2018). Mentoring college students with autism spectrum disorder: Experiences of the mentors. International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education.
  • Kim, M., McKenna, J., & Park, M. (2017). The use of computer assisted instruction to improve the reading comprehension of students with learning disabilities. Remedial and Special Education, 38(4), 233-245.
  • Lee, S., Quinn, B. (in press). Associations between safety culture characteristics and patient safety outcomes in East Asia: A review. Western Journal of Nursing Research.
  • Lee, S., & Quinn, B. (2019). Strategies for incorporating medication safety concepts in undergraduate nursing education: A review. Nurse Education Today. 72, 77-83. IF: 1.06
  • Liu, C., Z. Li, P. Yu, H.-W. Wong, and Z. Gu, “Vertically Aligned and Surface Roughed Pt Nanowire Array as High Performance Electrocatalysts for Methanol Oxidation,” ACS Appl. Energy Mater., 2018, 1(8), 3973–3983.
  • Martocchio, N., & Rosales, R. (2017). Video modeling to teach implementation of the Picture Exchange Communication System. Behavior Analysis Research and Practice, 17(2), 142-154.
  • McKenna, J. (2018). Use of mixed methods to identify teacher and student needs: Reflections on a partnership with a residential and day school for students with emotional and behavioral disorders. SAGE Research Methods Cases.
  • McKenna, J., & Bettini, E. (2018). Improving reading fluency skills for secondary students with emotional and behavioral disorders. Beyond Behavior, 27(2), 74-81.
  • McKenna, J., & Brigham, F. (in press). More than de minimis: FAPE in the post Endrew F. era. Behavior Modification. Introduction to special issue.
  • McKenna, J., Brigham, F., Parenti, M., & Hott, B. (in press). Foundational assumptions for successful transition: Examining alternatively certified special education perceptions. In J. Baaken & F. Obiakor (Eds.). Advances in Special Education: Special Education Transition Services for Students with Disabilities. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing Group Limited.
  • McKenna, J., Kim, M., Shin, M., & Pfannenstiel, K. (2017). An evaluation of single-case reading intervention studies for students with emotional and behavioral disorders. Behavior Modification. Advance online publication.
  • McKenna, J., Flower, A., Falcomata, T., & Adamson, R. (2017). Function-based replacement behavior interventions for students with problem behavior. Behavioral Interventions. Advance online publication. Interventions.
  • McKenna, J., Shin, M., Solis, M., Kim, M., & Pfannenstiel, K. (2019). Effects of Single-Case Reading Interventions for Students With and At-Risk of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders: A quantitative synthesis. Psychology in the Schools, 56(4), 608-629.
  • McKenna, J., Solis, M., Brigham, F., & Adamson, R. (2018). The responsible inclusion of students receiving special education services for Emotional Disturbance: Unravelling the practice to research gap. Behavior Modification. Advance online publication.
  • Nallar, M. and H.-W. Wong, “Hydroxyl Group Stabilization for Increased Yields of Low-Molecular-Weight Products in the Copyrolysis of Cellulose and Thermoplastics,” Ind. Eng. Chem.Res., 2019, 58(25), 10776–10784.
  • Nallar, M. and H.-W. Wong, “Enhanced Levoglucosan Yields from the Copyrolysis of Cellulose and High-Density Polyethylene,” ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng., 2019, 7(10), 9480–9488.
  • Peters, A.B., Quinn, B.L., Moreno, R. (2019). Undergraduate nursing clinical absences: A review. Teaching and Learning in Nursing. 14(1) 37-42.
  • Quinn, B. (2018). School nurses are able to support adolescents experiencing pain secondary to stress and unhealthy lifestyle choices. Evidence Based Nursing, 21(2), 45.
  • Quinn, B.L. (2019). The art of pharmacology: Creative study guide posters. Nurse Educator. 44(1) 57. IF: 1.11
  • Quinn, B.L., Fantasia, H.C. (2018). Forming focus groups for pediatric pain research in nursing: A review of methods. Pain Management Nursing. IF: 1.3
  • Quinn, B.L., ElGhaziri, M., Knight, M. (2019). Incorporating social justice, community partnerships, and student engagement in community health nursing courses. Teaching and Learning in Nursing. 14(3), 183-185.
  • Quinn, B.L., El Ghaziri, M., Mangano, K., Thind, H. (in press). Towards total student health: A qualitative pilot study. Journal of American College Health. IF:1.21
  • Quinn, B.L., Holman, D.W., Morse, J.R. (in press). A pain reporting tool for youth baseball pitchers: A pilot study. Journal of School Nursing. IF: 1.14
  • Quinn, B.L., Holman, D.W., Morse, J.R. (in press). A pain reporting tool for youth baseball pitchers: A pilot study. Journal of School Nursing. IF: 1.14
  • Quinn, B.L., Lepkowski, A. (in press). Seizures and epilepsy. In S. Adair Shannon, C.
  • Quinn, B., McDonough, A. (in press). Nursing theory in hospital models of care: Missed opportunities. American Journal of Nursing.
  • Quinn, B.L., Peters, A.A. (Scheduled for 9/2019). Positive prompts: A quick exercise to reduce test anxiety. Nurse Educator. IF: 1.1
  • Quinn, B., Rybicki, M., Riccio, C. (in press). Partnerships between clinical nurses and nurse researchers. Massachusetts Report on Nursing, 16(4) 8.
  • Quinn, B.L., Serna, R.W. (2019). Educators’ experiences identifying pain among students in special education settings. Journal of School Nursing. 35(3), 210-220. DOI: 10.1177/10598405177479
  • Quinn, B.L., Serna, R.W. (in press). Challenges and barriers to identifying pain in the special education classroom: A review. Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. IF: 3.32
  • Quinn, B.L., Smolinski, M. (in press). Improving school nurse pain assessment practices for students with intellectual disability. Journal of School Nursing.
  • Quinn, B.L., Solodiuk, J.C., Morril, D., Mauskar, S. (2018). Pain in nonverbal children with medical complexity: A two-year retrospective study. American Journal of Nursing, 118(8) 28-37.
  • Reynolds, Joel Michael (2018). “The Extended Body: On Aging, Disability, and Well-being.” The Hastings Center Report. Eds. Nancy Berlinger, Kate de Meideros, and Millie Solomon. 48(S3): S31-36. DOI:10.1002/hast.910. Part of a special issue on “The Good Life in Late Life: Citizenship and Justice in Aging Societies.”
  • Reynolds, Joel Michael (2018). “Renewing Medicine’s Basic Concepts: On Ambiguity.” Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine. DOI: 10.1186/s13010-01800614. Part of a special issue on The Philosophy of Medicine.
  • Reynolds, Joel Michael (2018). “Merleau-Ponty, World-Creating Blindness, & the Phenomenology of Non-Normate Bodies.” Chiasmi International: Trilingual Studies Concerningthe Thought of Merleau-Ponty. 19: 419-436. DOI: 10.5840/chiasmi20171934
  • Reynolds, Joel Michael (2017). “I’d Rather Be Dead Than Disabled—The Ableist Conflation and the Meanings of Disability.” The Review of Communication 17(3): 149-63. DOI:10.1080/15358593.2017.1331255. Part of a special issue on Medical Humanities and Health Communication Studies.
  • Reynolds, Joel Michael and Anita Silvers (2017). “Feminist Philosophy and Disability.” Feminist Philosophy. Ed. Carol Hay. Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Philosophy. Cengage.
  • Rosales, R., Eckerman, D., & Martocchio, N. (2018). An evaluation of Train-to Code to teach implementation of PECS. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 38 (2-3), 144-171.
  • Rosales, R., & Soldner, J.L. (2018). An evaluation of the pair discussion component of interteaching. The Psychological Record, 68, 71-79. doi: 10.1007/s40732-018-0269-0
  • Rosales, R., & Soldner, J.L. (2018). An assessment of group size in interteaching. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 18(2), 105-117. doi:10.14434/josotl.v18i2.22539
  • Rosales, R. & Whitlow, H. (2019). A component analysis of job interview training for young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Behavioral Interventions, 1-16. doi:10.1002/bin1658
  • Serna, R. W., Foran, M. M., Cooke, C. Hurd, K. E., Tello, A. J., Vangapalli, R. & Hamad, C. D. (in press). Teaching discrete-trial training: The effects of asynchronous computer-based instruction on live implementation. Journal of Special Education Technology.
  • Solis, M., & McKenna, J. (in press). Intensive reading interventions for adolescents and the challenges of comorbid reading and behavioral difficulties. B. Cook, M. Tankersley, & T. Landrum (Eds.). Advances in Learning and Behavioral Disabilities (Vol. 31). Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing Group Limited.
  • White, D., Hillier, A., Frye, A., & Makrez, E. (in press). College students’ knowledge and attitudes towards students on the autism spectrum. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.