Publications and Presentations

Faculty Publications with SDSU Students & Alumni in last 5 years:

2019

Nakutin, S. & Gutierrez, G (In press). Effect of Physical Activity on Academic Engagement and Executive Functioning in Children with ASD. School Psychology Review.

Robinson-Zañartu, C. & Aganza, J. S. (In press). Culturally responsive mediated learning in 21stCentury schools.In B. L. Chua & I. Wong Yuen Fun. (Ed.) Advances in Mediated Learning Experience for the 21stCentury: Competencies, Contexts and Culture. Cengage Learning Asia Pte Ltd.

2018

Chalmers, C., Green, T.D., & Kruger, A. (2018). Youth in foster care as victims and perpetrators of teen dating violence. Journal of School Counseling, 16(11), 2-19. http://www.jsc.montana.edu/articles/v16n11.pdf

Dauphinais, P., Robinson-Zañartu, C., Charley, E., Melroe, O., & Baas, S. (2018, Oct).Using the Indigenous Conceptual Framework in Assessment: A Native American Perspective–Part II. NASP Communiqúe, 48, 27-29

Dauphinais, P., Robinson-Zañartu, C., Charley, E., Melroe, O., & Baas, S. (2018, Sept.).Using the Indigenous Conceptual Framework in Assessment: A Native American Perspective–Part I. NASP Communiqúe, 47, 1, 24-25.

Edwards, N., & Lambros, K.M. (2018). Video self-modeling as a reading fluency intervention for Dual Language Learners with disabilities. Contemporary School Psychology, 22(4), 468-478. DOI 10.1007/s40688-018-0207-9

Gamble, B. E., & Lambros, K.M (2018). School-Based Mental Health Provider Perspectives on Social Capital Networks. American International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 4(1), 7-14.

Green, T.D., Ammah, B.B., & Belisle, N. (2018). African American Mentoring Program: A soft place to land. In Eds. J. McClinton, D. S. Mitchell, G. B. Hughes, M. A. Melton. Mentoring at Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs): Theory, Design, Practice, and Impact. Charlotte, NC. Information Age Publishing

Krier, J., Green, T. D., Kruger, A. (2018). Youth in foster care with language delays: Prevalence, causes, and interventions. Psychology in the Schools, 55(5), 523-538. https://doi.org/10.1002/pits.22129

Nakutin, S. N., & Paz, J. L. (2018). Brain-behavior relationships and implications for school psychologists. Journal of Contemporary School Psychology. doi: 10.1007/s40688-018-00220-

2017

Mathiesen, S., Green, T. D., & Swanson, H. (2017). Changes in EBP. American International Journal of Social Science, 6(2), p. 1-10. https://www.aijssnet.com/journals/Vol_6_No_2_June_2017/1.pdf

Robinson-Zañartu, C.,Mendoza, N., Wager, J. D., & Mesa, D. (2017). Response to Mediated Intervention (RTMI): Dynamic Assessment in Context. Educational & Child Psychology, 34(1), 39-54.

2016

Ingraham, C. L., Hokoda, A., Moehlenbruck, D., Karafin, M., Manzo, C., Ramirez, D. (2016). Consultation and collaboration to develop and implement restorative practices in a culturally and linguistically diverse elementary school. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 26 (4), 354-384. In special issue on “Restorative Justice and School Consultation: Current Science and Practice,” DOI: 10.1080/10474412.2015.1124782

Lambros, K.M., Kraemer, B., Wager, DJ., & Culver, S, Angulo, A & Saragosa, M. (2016). Students with dual diagnosis: Can school-based mental health services play a role? Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 9(1), 3-23. DOI:10.1080/19315864.2015.1091055

2015

Charley, E., Robinson-Zañartu, C.,Melroe, O., Dauphinais, P. & Baas, S. (2015, Dec). Using the NASP framework for effective practice with Indigenous youth, families, and communities. NASP Communiqué, 44(4), 1, 20.

2014

Aganza, J. S., Gonzalez, L., Godinez, A., Smith, D.& Robinson-Zañartu, C. (2014). Using Cultural Assets to Enhance Assessment of Latino Students. Contemporary School Psychology. DOI:10.1007/s40688-014-0041-7

Gamble, B. E., & Lambros, K.M. (2014). Provider perspectives on school-based mental health for urban minority youth: Access and services. Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research, 10, 57-71.

 Valenzuela, V., Gutierrez, G., & Lambros, K.M. (2014). Response to intervention: Using single case design to examine the impact of tier 2 mathematics interventions. School Psychology Forum: Research in Practice, 8(3), 144-155.

Publications Under Review or in Progress:

Krier, J. & Lambros, K.M. (under review). Increasing Joint Attention and Social Play through Peer Mediated Intervention: A Single Case Design. Behavior Analysis in Practice.

Ingraham, C. L. Lopez, K., & Johnson, E. (in preparation). What kinds of support do novice multicultural consultants request. (A data-based study across two years of data collection, author order not finalized.)

Ingraham, C. L. Vuelvas, S., Chopra, S., Romero, L., & Coomber, P. (in preparation). Scaffolding learning for multicultural consultants. (A data-based study across three years of data collection, author order not finalized.)

Student Research Awards Received:

2018-19

Michael Goodman Memorial Research Award, California Association of School Psychologists – Jen Dowlan
College of Education Dean's Award; SDSU Student Research Symposium – Jen Dowlan
Paul Henkin Scholarship Award, California Association of School Psychologists – Amanda Whiteley

2017-18

Paul Henkin Scholarship Award, California Association of School Psychologists – Andrew Newcombe 
Paul Henkin Scholarship Award, California Association of School Psychologists – Amanda Whiteley

2016-17

College of Education Dean's Award; SDSU Student Research Symposium – Jenna Palacios

2014-15

Provost's Award; SDSU Student Research Symposium – Nicole Edwards

Local, National & International Refereed Presentations and Workshops

2018

Ingraham, C. L., Coomber, P., Chopra, R., Vuelvas, S., Romero, L. (2018, November). Scaffolding learning for multicultural consultants: Supporting school psychologists in consulting in diverse schools. Paper presented at the annual convention of the California Association of School Psychologists annual convention, San Diego.

Green, T. D., Kruger, A., Alejandre, S., Haynes, D. (2018, November). College access and graduation success for youth in foster care. To be presented at California Association of School Psychologists Convention, San Diego, CA.

Green, T. D., Haynes, D., & Lewis, S. (2018, November). A soft place to land: African American Mentoring Program (AAMP). To be presented at California Association of School Psychologists Convention, San Diego, CA

Medina, L., & Lambros, K.M. (2018, November). Investigating the Effects of Repeated Reading with Dual Language Learners. Poster presented at the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) conference. San Diego, CA

Gamboa, A., & Lambros, K.M. (2018, November). Self-Regulated Strategy Development: Supporting 1st and 2nd Grade CLD Students with Narrative Writing. Poster presented at the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) conference. San Diego, CA

Paz, J.L, & Lewis, S. (2018, November). Tales of Residential Resiliency: Navigating and Optimizing Restrictive Educational Placements. Paper presented at the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) conference. San Diego, CA

Robinson-Zañartu, C., Newcombe, A. J., Neztsosie, N., Galster, B., & Haswood, T. (2018, Oct.) Decolonizing and Resilience-building in response to intergenerational trauma: Preparing Native university schools to work with Indigenous youth. Paper presented to the Awakening the Warrior Spirit to Heal Historical Trauma Ceremony and Conference. Viejas, Alpine, CA.

Robinson-Zañartu, C. & Charley, E. (2018, June). University and Native American community partner to enhance retention. Native American Student Advocacy Institute (NASAI). Honolulu, HI.

Robinson-Zañartu, C., Newcombe, A.J., & Haswood, T. (2018, March). Trauma informed schools and Native American youth. A presentation to the California Indian Education Conference. Los Angeles, CA.

Krier, J., & Lambros, K.M. (February 2018). Increasing Social Play and Joint Attention Through Peer-Mediated Intervention. Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) national conference. Chicago, IL.

Robinson-Zañartu, C., Melroe, O., Neztsosie, N., Haswood, T., Lewis, S., & Pham, P. (2018, February). Using the NASP Indigenous framework to guide interventions with Native American/Indigenous students. Symposium presented to the National Association of School Psychologists. Chicago, IL.

Robinson-Zañartu, C. & Aganza, J. (2018, January). Culturally responsive mediated learning in 21st century schools. Workshop presented to the International Association for Cognitive Education and Psychology. Guadalajara, MX.

Robinson-Zañartu, C., Newcombe, A.J., Damien, A., Ruiz, R., Gamboa, A., Medina, E., & Vuelvas, S. (2018, January). Use of mediated thinking skills to enhance academic interventions in US-Mexican collaboration. Workshop presented to the International Association for Cognitive Education and Psychology. Guadalajara, MX.

Robinson-Zañartu, C., Aganza, J., Barba, Y., Gaviria, A., & Tipton, T. (2017, October). Best practices, strategies and resource for working with dual language/English learners. Full day workshop presented to the California Association of School Psychologists. Irvine, CA.

2017

Ingraham, C. L., Flores, A. M., Johnson, E., & Lopez, K. (2017, February). Enhance Your Consultation Skills for work with CLD students. Paper presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, San Antonio, TX.

Palacios, J., & Lambros, K.M. (2017, February). The Impact of Native-Language Literacy Interventions on Bilingual Reading Fluency. Poster presented at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) national conference. San Antonio, TX.

Charley, E., Robinson-Zañartu, C., Melroe, O., Neztsosie, N., Goforth, A., & Bass, S. (2017, February). Implementing the Indigenous Conceptual Framework. Presentation to the National Association of School Psychologists, San Antonio, TX.

2016

Palacios, J., & Lambros, K.M. (2016, October). The Impact of Native-Language Literacy Interventions on Bilingual Reading Fluency. Poster presented at the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) conference. Newport Beach, CA.

Robinson-Zañartu, C., Aganza, J.S., Barba, Y., & Clarey, A. (2016, October). Provoking a discussion about multiple parameters of competence in bilingual school psychology. Presentation to the California Association of School Psychologists. Newport Beach, CA.

Banegas, L.,Robinson-Zañartu, C., Haswood, T., Neztsosie, N., Bolaski, J., and Gonzalez, J. (2016, October). Decolonizing processes in practice: Native university scholars in community. Symposium at the California Indian Conference. San Diego, CA.

Green, T. D., Kruger, A., & Haynes, D. (2016, June). The pipeline to college access and graduation success. Presented at the National Court Appointed Special Advocate Annual Conference. National Harbor, MD.

Green, T.D., Brandon, R., Butler, M., Casey, D., Haynes, D., Mengisteab, R., Simpson, J., Watkins, N. (2016, April). Black Minds Matter. Panel presented at the Association of African AmericanEducators Conference, San Diego, CA

Charley, E., Dauphinais, P., Robinson-Zañartu, C.,Baas, S, & Melroe, O. (2016, February). An Indigenous Conceptual Framework: Guiding culturally effective school psychology practice. A symposium presented to the annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists. New Orleans, LA.

Ingraham, C. L., Mesa, D. R., & Martinez, D. (2016, February). Enhancing cultural competence throughout the professional journey: The CLAD model for consultant learning and development. Paper presented in Infusing Cultural Competence into Consultation and Professional Development, symposium presented at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists, New Orleans, LA.

2015

Green, T.D., Butler-Byrd, N., Aden, R., Bushfan, O., Casey, D., Haynes, D., Mengisteab, R., Simpson, J., Watkins, N. (2015, November). #BlackLivesAlwaysMatter! Effective Practices from Preschool to College. Panel presented at the Association of African American Educators Conference. San Diego, CA.

Ingraham, C. L., & Manzo, C. (2015, October). School-wide Restorative Practices (RP): Implementing and evaluating RP through a culturally-matched, trauma-informed MTSS. Paper presented at the annual conference of the California Association of School Psychologists, Riverside, CA.

Robinson-Zañartu, C., Clifton, J. & Haswood, T. (2015, October). Indigenizing Individual Academic Interventions with Native American Youth in Special Education. A workshop presented to the annual conference of the National Indian Education Association. Portland, OR.

Charley, E. & Robinson-Zañartu, C. (2015, Oct.). An Indigenous conceptual framework: Guiding culturally effective school psychology practice. A workshop presented to the annual conference of the National Indian Education Association. Portland, OR.

Green, T.D., Kruger, A., Haynes, D., Casey, D. (2015, June). Foster youth lives matter!: The pipeline to college access and graduation success. San Diego Foster Care Summit. San Diego, CA.

Wynne, M. E., Reker, K., Persaud, S., Flores, S., Kabler, B., Green, T.D., Turner C., & Rios-Cruz, J. (2015, February). Counseling students who are homeless and students in foster care. Mini skills workshop presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention. Orlando, FL.

Edwards, N., & Lambros, K.M. (2015, February). Video Self-Modeling as a Reading Fluency Intervention for English Learners with Disabilities. Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) conference. Orlando.

2014

Barba, Y., Benton, C., Clarey, A., Estrada, A., Ontiveros, E., & Robinson-Zañartu, C. (2014, October). Beyond bilingual: Enhancing professional competence in assessing Spanish-speaking English learners. Symposium presented to the annual meeting of the California Association of School Psychologists. San Diego, CA.

Edwards, N., & Lambros, K.M. (2014, October). Video Self-Modeling as a Reading Fluency Intervention for English Learners with Disabilities. Poster presented at the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) conference. San Diego.

Ingraham, C. L., Martinez, D., & Wager, J. (2014, October). Transforming school climate and reducing behavior referrals through multi-tiered restorative practices. Paper presentation at the annual conference of the California Association of School Psychologists annual convention, San Diego.

Valenzuela, V., Gutierrez, G., & Lambros, K.M. (2014, October). RTI: Examining Responsiveness to Multi-tiered Mathematics Interventions Using Single Case Design. Paper presented at the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) conference. San Diego.

Robinson-Zañartu, C.,Kim, A., & Benton, C. (2014, October). Dynamic Assessment and Cognitive Change: Response to Mediated Intervention (RTMI). Workshop for the California Association of School Psychologists. San Diego, CA.

Robinson-Zañartu, C.& Charley, E. (2014, March). Preparing Indigenous School Counselors and Psychologists for Culturally Competent Practice. Presentation to the Diné (Navajo) Board of Education. Albuquerque, NM.

Aganza, J., Gonzalez, L., Godinez, A. & Smith, D., & Robinson-Zañartu, C. (2014, February). Assessing Cultural Assets in Latino Students Using the Ecosystemic Approach. Mini-Skills Workshop presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists. Washington, D.C.

Ingraham, C. L., Moehlenbruck, D., Manzo, C. (2014, February). Implementing bilingual restorative practices in a high need elementary school. In A. Gregory (Chair), Transforming school climate through restorative approaches to school discipline. Symposium conducted at conducted at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists, Washington, D.C.

Ingraham, C. L. (Chair), Moehlenbruck, D., Manzo, C., Flores, S., Gutierrez, A. D., June, E. A., Martinez, D., Wager, J. D., Ramirez, D., Nastasi, B. K. (Discussant). (2014, February). Implementing restorative practices within CLD schools: Strategies for systems change. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists, Washington, D.C.

Valenzuela, V., Gutierrez, G., & Lambros, K.M. (2014, February). RTI: Examining Responsiveness to Multi-tiered Mathematics Interventions Using Single Case design. Poster presented at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) national conference. Washington DC.

2013

Robinson-Zañartu, C., Ashley, A., Haswood, T., & Ferrer, M. (2013, October). Graduate Students’ Work with Native Youth, Teachers and Community Supports Retention. Symposium presented at the National Indian Education Association. Rapid City, South Dakota.

Hatch, T., & Robinson-Zañartu, C. (2013, March). Sharing ESSC Award Winning Project Designs. Evidence-Based School Counseling Conference. Erlanger, KY.

Ontiveros, E. & Lambros, K.M. (2013, March). Enhancing English Language Learners (ELL) Reading Fluency: A Single Case Design. Poster presented at the SDSU Student Research Symposium. San Diego, CA.

Robinson-Zañartu, C.,Barba, Y., Cordosa, N. & Sheldon, M. (2013, February). Dynamic Assessment and Cognitive Change. A half-day workshop presented at the National Association of School Psychologists. Seattle, WA.

Ontiverros, E., Gutierrez, J., Tang, K, & Ingraham, C. L. (2013, February). Empowering Spanish speaking parents: A workshop on academic home involvement. 2-hr. workshop presented at the annual conference of National Association of School Psychologists, Seattle, WA.

Ontiveros, E. & Lambros, K.M. (2013, February). Enhancing English Language Learners (ELL) Reading Fluency: A Single Case Design. Poster presented at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) national conference. Seattle, WA.