John W. Eagle, Ph.D.

2005 The University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 
Educational Psychology Education
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Susan M. Sheridan grad student 2005 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
 (Conjoint behavioral consultation: An examination of academic, behavioral, and social outcomes.)
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Eagle JW, Dowd-Eagle SE, Snyder A, et al. (2015) Implementing a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS): Collaboration Between School Psychologists and Administrators to Promote Systems-Level Change Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation. 25: 160-177
Eagle JW. (2009) The role of family and situational problems in understanding and reducing impairment Assessing Impairment: From Theory to Practice. 15-30
Power TJ, Dombrowski SC, Watkins MW, et al. (2007) Assessing Children's Homework Performance: Development of Multi-Dimensional, Multi-Informant Rating Scales. Journal of School Psychology. 45: 333-348
Sheridan SM, Eagle JW, Doll B. (2006) An Examination of the Efficacy of Conjoint Behavioral Consultation with Diverse Clients School Psychology Quarterly. 21: 396-417
Sheridan SM, Erchul WP, Brown MS, et al. (2004) Perceptions of helpfulness in conjoint behavioral consultation: Congruence and agreement between teachers and parents School Psychology Quarterly. 19: 121-140
Sheridan SM, Meegan SP, Eagle JW. (2002) Assessing the social context in initial conjoint behavioral consultation interviews: An exploratory analysis investigating processes and outcomes School Psychology Quarterly. 17: 299-324
Swearer SM, Song SY, Cary PT, et al. (2001) Psychosocial correlates in bullying and victimization: The relationship between depression, anxiety, and bully/victim status Journal of Emotional Abuse. 2: 95-121
Sheridan SM, Eagle JW, Cowan RJ, et al. (2001) The effects of conjoint behavioral consultation results of a 4-year investigation Journal of School Psychology. 39: 361-385
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