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Paul Jantz

Paul Jantz

School Psychology
E-mail: pj16@txstate.edu
(512) 245-8682
(512) 245-8872
Texas State University
601 University Drive

Ph.D. School Psychology, University of Northern Colorado, 1994
M.A. School Counseling, 1988

Research Interests:
The role of neuroimaging in the school-based assessment of children with traumatic brain injury (TBI), increasing educator awareness of traumatic brain injury, evaluating the efficacy of TBI interventions, and improving service delivery for students who have sustained a TBI.

Working with Traumatic Brain Injury in Schools

Selected Publications:

Jantz, P. B. (in press). Persistent postconcussion symptoms (PPCS): Implications for school psychologists. School Psychology Forum.

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,18(1). 69-80.

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. (2013). Neuroimaging and tbi: A primer for school psychologists. Research and Practice in the Schools, 2(1), 1-10.

Helfrich, S. R., & Jantz, P. B. (2010). Listening to teachers: Self-efficacy and instructional barriers, supports, and needs. Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers Conference Yearbook, 32, 103-116.

Nunn, G. D., & Jantz, P. B. (2009). Factors within response to intervention implementation training associated with teacher efficacy beliefs. Education, 129, 599-607.

Nunn, G. D., Jantz, P. B., & Butikofer, C. (2009). Concurrent validity between teacher efficacy measures and measures of response to intervention outcomes. Journal of Instructional Psychology. 36, 215-218.

Jantz, P. B. & Coulter, G. A. (2007). Child and adolescent traumatic brain injury: Academic, behavioural, and social consequences in the classroom. Support for Learning, 22, 84-89.

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