Research Publications by Author - page 6

Fuchs, D., Deshler, D.D., & Reschly, D.J.
National Research Center on Learning Disabilities: Multimethod studies of identification and classification issues (2004)


Gersten, R., Vaughn S., Deshler, D., & Schiller, E.
What we know about using research findings: Implications for improving special education practice (1997)


Gildroy, P., & Deshler, D.D.
Reading development and suggestions for teaching reading to students with learning disabilities: Part II (2006)


Glaeser, B.J., Deshler, D.D., & Schumaker, J.B.
Improving self-regulation of students with learning disabilities (1996)


Graner, P.S.

General and Discipline Specific Strategies and Adolescents Who Struggle: What Can an SLP Do? (2013)


Graner, P.S., Ault, M.M., Mellard, D.F., Gingerich, R.A.

White Paper:  Effective Professional Development for Adult Learners (2012)


Graner, P.S., & Deshler, D.D.
Improving outcomes for adolescents with learning disabilities (2012)


Graner, P.S., Faggella-Luby, M.N., & Fritschmann, N.S.
An overview of responsiveness to intervention: What practitioners ought to know (2005)


Greenwood, C.R., Delquadri, J., & Bulgren, J.
Current challenges to behavioral technology in the reform of schooling: Large-scale, high-quality implementation and sustained use of effective educational practices (1993)


Greer, D.L., & Meyen, E.L.
Special education teacher education: A perspective on content knowledge (2009)


Grossen, B., Caros, J., Carnine, D., Davis, B., Deshler, D., Schumaker, J., Bulgren, J., Lenz, K., Adams, G., Jantzen, J., & Marquis, J.
BIG ideas (plus a little effort) produce big results (2002)


Hall, J., & Starett, B.
Assessing the health care needs of Kansas’ young adults with disabilities (2007)


Hall, J.P.
Staying healthy to stay in the workforce: The role of health insurance (2009)


Hall, J.P.
Narrowing the breach: Can disability culture and full educational inclusion be reconciled? (2002)


Hall, J.P., & Fox, M.H.
What providers and Medicaid policymakers need to know about barriers to employment for people with disabilities (2004)


Hall, J.P., & Moore, J.M.
Does high-risk pool coverage meet the needs of people at risk for disability? (2006)


Hall, J.P., & Parker, K.
Stuck in a loop: Individual and system barriers for job seekers with disabilities (2010)


Hall, J.P., Fox, M.H., & Fall, E.
The Kansas Medicaid buy-in: Factors influencing enrollment and health care utilization (2009)


Hall, J.P., Kurth N.K., & Moore, J.M.
Transition to Medicare part D: An early snapshot of barriers experienced by younger dual eligibles with disabilities (2007)


Hall, J.P., Moore, J.M., & Shireman, T.I.
Unintended consequences: The potential impact of Medicare Part D on dual eligibles with disabilities in Medicaid work incentive programs (2005)


Hall, J.P., Moore, J.M., Otto, B., & Salley, S.
Impact of current health care reform proposals on people with chronic illnesses (2009, November)


Harnden, G.M., Meyen, E.L., Alley, G.R., & Deshler, D.D.
Performance of learning disabled high school students on the armed services vocational aptitude battery (1980)


Harris, M.L., Schumaker, J.B., & Deshler, D.D.
The effects of strategic morphological analysis instruction on the vocabulary performance of secondary students with and without disabilities (2011)


Hazel, J.S., & Schumaker, J.B.
Social skills and learning disabilities: Current issues and recommendations for future research (1988)


Hazel, J.S., Schumaker, J.B., & Sheldon-Wildgen, J.
Application of a social skill and problem-solving group training program to learning disabled and non-learning disabled youth (1981)


Hazel, J.S., Schumaker, J.B., Sherman, J.A., & Sheldon, J.
Application of a group training program in social skills and problem solving to learning disabled and non-learning disabled youth (1982)

 

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