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Recent Faculty Publications

* Indicates Texas State University graduate student

Coryell, J. E., *Spencer, B.J., & *Sehin, O. (2014). Cosmopolitan adult education and global citizenship: Perceptions from a European itinerant graduate professional study abroad program. Adult Education Quarterly, 64(2), 147-166. doi:10.1177/0741713613515067

Flagmeier, S. G., Ray, K. L., Parkinson, A. L., Li, Karl, Vargas, R., Laird, A., Price, L. R., Larson, C. R. & Robin, D. A. (in press). The neural changes in connectivity of the voice network during voice pitch perturbation. Brain and Learning.

Garza, Y., Kinsworthy, S., & Bennett, M. (2014) Supervision in group play therapy: A skills checklist. Journal of Individual Psychology, 70(1), 31-44.

Jantz, P. B., Vega, D., Klose, L. M., & Lasser, J. (2014). Field-based practicum experiences in specialist-level school psychology programs: Implications for graduate preparation. Trainers’ Forum, 33(1), 38-47.

Jantz, P. B., (in press). Neuroimaging and TBI: A primer for school psychologists. Research and Practice in the Schools, 2(1), 1-10.

Jantz, P. B., & Bigler, E.D. (2014). Neuroimaging and the school-based assessment of traumatic brain injury. Neurorehabilitation, 34, 479-492.

Jantz, P. B., Davies, S. C., & Bigler, E.D. (2014). Working with traumatic brain injury in schools: Transition, assessment, and intervention. School Based Practice in Action Series, New York, NY: Routledge, Taylor Francis.

Jantz, P. B., & Plotts, C. A. (2014). Integrating neuropsychology and school psychology: Potentials and pitfalls. Contemporary School Psychology, 69-80.

Kirsch, D. L., Price, L. R., Platoni, K., & Nichols, F. N. (2014). Military service members and veterans perceptions of the efficacy of cranial electrotherapy stimulation for anxiety, PTSD, insomnia and depression. United States Army Medical Department Journal (AAMED).

Martinez, M. A. (2014). My Relationship with academia as a Latina scholar. In W. S. Newcomb (Ed.). Continuing to disrupt the status quo? Young and new women professors of educational leadership. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.

Milam, J. L., Jupp, J. C., Hoyt, M. W., Grumbein, M., Kaufman, M., Carpenter II, B. S., O’Malley, M. P., & Slattery, P. (2014). Autobiography, disclosure, and engaged pedagogy: A practical discussion on teaching foundations in teacher education programs. Teacher Education and Practice, 27(1), 12-43.

Nelson, S. W., & Guerra. P. L. (2014).  Educator beliefs and cultural knowledge: Implications for school improvement efforts. Educational Administration Quarterly, 50(1), 67-95.                         

O’Malley, M. P., & Capper, C. A. (2014). A measure of the quality of educational leadership programs for social justice: Integrating LGBTIQ identities into principal preparation. Educational Administration Quarterly, Online First. DOI:10.1177/0013161X14532468

Quinn, F*., Reardon, R. & Price, L. R. (in press). The effects of employment development and other factors on job satisfaction among staff employees of four-year institutions of higher education. Journal of Higher Education Management.

Robinson, D. V., Vega, D., Moore, J. L., III, Mayes, R. D., & Robinson, J. R. (in press). Chutes and ladders: Young African American males navigating potholes to achieve academic success. In J. L. Moore & C. W. Lewis (Eds.), African American Males in PreK-12 schools: Informing Research, Practice, and Policy. Emerald Publishing.

Burdick, J., Sandlin, J. A., & O’Malley, M. P. (Eds.). (2014). Problematizing public pedagogy. New York, NY: Routledge.