Scholarship created by the faculty of the University of Denver's Department of Child, Family, and School Psychology. The curriculum provides a strong foundation in interpersonal relations and diversity; developmental, psychological, and learning theories; general and special education; and legal, ethical and professional standards of practice.


Submissions from 2017

Training Confident School-based Consultants: The Role of Course Content, Process, and Supervision, Courtenay A. Barrett, Cynthia E. Hazel, and Daniel S. Newman

Early-Career School Psychologists’ Perceptions of Consultative Service Delivery: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same, Daniel S. Newman, Cynthia E. Hazel, Courtenay A. Barrett, Sayani Das Chaudhuri, and Hallie Fetterman

Adaptive Behaviour, Executive Function and Employment in Adults with Down Syndrome, B. Tomaszewski, D. Fidler, D. Talapatra, and K. Riley

Submissions from 2016

Factor Structure and Differential Item Functioning of the BASC-2 BESS Spanish Language Parent Form, Bridget V. Dever, Tara C. Raines, and Erin Dowdy

Conducting Rigorous Survey Research in the Study of School-based Consultation, Cynthia E. Hazel, Daniel S. Newman, and Courtenay A. Barrett

The NIH Toolbox Cognitive Battery for Intellectual Disabilities: Three Preliminary Studies and Future Directions, David Hessl, Stephanie M. Sansone, Elizabeth Berry-Kravis, K. Riley, Keith F. Widaman, Leonard Abbeduto, Andrea Schneider, Jeanine Coleman, Dena Oaklander, Kelly C. Rhodes, and Richard C. Gershon