Beth Doll

Educational Psychology The University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 
Educational Psychology Education, Elementary Education, Individual and Family Studies
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Doll B. (2014) Populations at Special Health Risk: Children: Children's Mental Health Services Reference Module in Biomedical Research
Doll B, Sarver SC. (2014) Playground conflicts: Everyday opportunities for children to manage conflict Justice, Conflict and Wellbeing: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. 337-354
Doll B. (2014) Section commentary: Adapting consultation research to challenges of the 21st century Handbook of Research in School Consultation, Second Edition. 513-524
Doll B, Jones K, Champion A, et al. (2012) The ClassMaps Framework for Data-Based, Classwide Classroom Management The Oxford Handbook of School Psychology
Doll B, Spies R, Champion A. (2012) Contributions of Ecological School Mental Health Services to Students' Academic Success Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation. 22: 44-61
Doll B, Strein W, Jacob S, et al. (2011) Youth Privacy When Educational Records Include Psychological Records Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 42: 259-268
Daly EJ, Doll B, Schulte AC, et al. (2011) The competencies initiative in American professional psychology: Implications for school psychology preparation Psychology in the Schools. 48: 872-886
Doll B, Jones K, Osborn A, et al. (2011) The promise and the caution of resilience models for schools Psychology in the Schools. 48: 652-659
Esquivel GB, Doll B, Oades-Sese GV. (2011) Introduction to the special issue: Resilience in schools Psychology in the Schools. 48: 649-651
Doll B, Spies RA, Champion A, et al. (2010) The classmaps survey: A measure of middle school science students' perceptions of classroom characteristics Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment. 28: 338-348
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