Psychology faculty, graduate students presented at national conference

School Psychology faculty and graduate students presented at national conference in Seattle. Dr. Peg Potter and graduate student Mike Porter presented a poster, “One Probe Versus Three Probes in Benchmarking Procedures” at the National Association of School Psychology conference in Seattle, Wash. Feb 12-15.

Graduate student Breanne Anderson and Dr. Lisa Stewart presented a poster on the topic “Video Self Modeling with a Student with Autism.” Stewart and students Tiffany Richards and Kayla Kuntz also presented a poster summarizing two studies, titled “Vocabulary Instruction Techniques Matter: Exploring Preschool Vocabulary Instruction and Measurement.”

A total of five graduate students and Dr. Potter, Dr. Stewart and Dr. Melroe attended the conference.