Thomas D. Oakland

Affiliations: 
University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
Area:
Social Psychology, Behavioral Psychology, Elementary Education
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Callueng CM, Emam M, Oakland T. (2019) Temperament Styles of Children from Egypt and the United States: A Cross-Cultural Examination. Community Mental Health Journal
Oakland T, Douglas S, Kane H. (2016) Top Ten Standardized Tests Used Internationally With Children and Youth by School Psychologists in 64 Countries: A 24-Year Follow-Up Study Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment. 34: 166-176
Oakland TD, Zhong NH, Kane HD. (2015) Gender differences in adaptive behavior among children and adolescents: Evidence from the USA Mankind Quarterly. 56: 208-225
Kane H, Oakland TD. (2015) The differentiation of adaptive behaviours: evidence from high and low performers Educational Psychology. 35: 675-688
Wechsler SM, Oakland T, León C, et al. (2014) Test development and use in five Iberian Latin American countries. International Journal of Psychology : Journal International De Psychologie. 49: 233-9
Wechsler SM, Benson N, Oakland T, et al. (2014) Factor structure of the inventory of adult temperament styles Psicologia: Reflexao E Critica. 27: 720-727
Oakland T, Iliescu D, Chen HY, et al. (2013) Cross-National Assessment of Adaptive Behavior in Three Countries Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment. 31: 435-447
Oakland T, Callueng C, Harris JG. (2012) The Impact of Test-taking Behaviors on WISC-IV Spanish Domain Scores in Its Standardization Sample Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment. 30: 139-147
Wechsler SM, Vendramini CMM, Oakland T. (2012) Thinking and Creative Styles: A Validity Study Creativity Research Journal. 24: 235-242
Benson N, Oakland T. (2011) International classification of functioning, disability, and health: Implications for school psychologists Canadian Journal of School Psychology. 26: 3-17
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