Volume IX – Number 1
- Behavioral Relaxation Training (BRT): Facilitating acquisition in individuals with developmental disabilities – Theodosia R. Paclawskyj, Ph.D., BCBA; J. Helen Yoo, Ph.D.Functional Assessment and Mental Illness: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Intervention – Daniel J. Baker, Ph.D.; Richard Blumberg, Ph.D.
PTSD and related stress disorders in persons with developmental disabilities – Lucille Esralew, Ph.D.
Volume IX – Number 2
- Stereotypic Movement Disorder – Jarrett Barnhill M.D.Teaching Emotional Recognition and Coping Skills to Cognitively Impaired Individuals – Steven Altabet, Ph.D.
How to Become More Emotionally Thick-Skinned, Part III – Martin Lyden, Ph.D.
Volume IX – Number 3
- Staff Training Can Be Fun and Effective – Ann R. Poindexter, M.D.Systematic Desensitization of Phobias in Individuals with Developmental Disabilities – Robert Howenstine, Ph.D.
A Comprehensive Approach to Training Parents with Special Needs – Kristi Hickey-Vigilante, LCSW; Juliet Hawkins, MA
Volume IX – Number 4
- Competency-based staff development Creating a Competency-Based Staff Development System – Karen CravenResponding to Problem Behaviors in Cognitive Tutors: Towards Educational Systems Which Support All Students – Ryan S.J.d. Baker, Ph.D.; Albert T. Corbett, Ph.D.; Kenneth R. Koedinger, Ph.D.
Volume IX – Number 5
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Children with Developmental Disabilities – Margaret Charlton, PhD, ABPPStaff and Power Struggles – Robert L. Morasky, Ph.D. Field Services Psychologist
Diagnostic Challenges: Investigation of Behavioral Profiles & Psychiatric Classification – Travis A. Cos, M.S., Arthur M. Nezu, Ph.D., Paul M. Spangler, Ph.D. & Christine Maguth Nezu, Ph.D.
Volume IX – Number 6
- Effective Instruction Strategies for Unregulated Care Providers – Debbie Champ, R.N.; Susan J. Farrell, Ph.D.Metabolic Effects of the Atypical Antipsychotic Agents: A Retrospective Review of Weight Changes in Individuals with Dual Diagnosis – Edwin J. Mikkelsen, M.D.; Karen Shedlack, M.D.; Ronda Williams, R.Ph.
A model of treatment to optimize behavioral health outcomes for individuals with cognitive disabilities – Dina McFalls, M.S.; Carol Persons, M.D.; Amy Nemirow, Ph.D.
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