PENT Research Team: Diana Browning Wright, G. Roy Mayer, Clay Cook, Bonnie Kraemer, and Michele Wallace
During the period of 2005-2009, the PENT Research Team conducted research using data from the PENT projects to establish the effectiveness of the PENT evidence based behavior support plans.
Research Team's Peer Reviewed Journal Publications
- Cook, C. R., Mayer, G. R., Browning-Wright, D., Kraemer, B. R., Wallace, M., Dart, E., & Collins, T. (2009) Exploring the link between evidence-based behavior intervention plans and student outcomes: An initial effectiveness study. Under Review.
- Kraemer, B. R., Cook, C. R., Browning-Wright, D., Mayer, G. R., & Wallace, M. D. (2008). Effects of training on the use of the Behavior Support Plan Quality Evaluation Guide with autism educators: A preliminary investigation examining positive behavior support plans. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 179-189.
- Cook, C. R., Crews, D., Browning-Wright, D., Mayer, R., Gale, B., & Kraemer, B. (2007). Establishing and evaluating the substantive adequacy of positive behavior support plans. Journal of Behavioral Education, 16, 191-206.
- Cook, C.R., Kraemer, B.R., Mayer, G.R., Wright, D.B., & Wallace, M. (in preparation). Predicting the quality of positive behavior supports plans with educator characteristic variables. School Psychology Review.
- Browning-Wright, D., Mayer, G. R., Cook, C. R., Crews, D., Kraemer, B. R., & Gale, B. (2007) A preliminary study on the effects of training using behavior support plan quality evaluation guide (BSP-QE) to improve positive behavioral support plans. Education and Treatment of Children, 30, 89-106.