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Selection of Recent Center Faculty Publications

Anderson, C., Law, J.K., Daniels, A., Rice, C., Mandell, D.S., Hagopian, L., & Law, P.A. (2012). Occurrence and family impact of elopement in children with autism spectrum disordersPediatrics, 130, 870-877.

Cataldo, M. F., Kahng, S., DeLeon, I. G., Martens, B. K., Friman, P. C., & Cataldo, M. (2012). Review of Behavioral principles, assessment, and therapy. In M. L. Batshaw, N. J., Roizen, & G. R. Lotrecchiano (Eds.), Children with Disabilities (7th Edition; pp. 579-597). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Davis, B. J., Kahng, S., & Coryat, K. (2012). Manipulating motivating operations to facilitate the emergence of mands for a child with autismAnalysis of Verbal Behavior, 28, 145-150.

Davis, B. J., Kahng, S., Schmidt, J., Bowman, L. G., & Boelter, E. W. (in press). Alterations to functional analysis methodology to clarify the functions of low rate, high intensity problem behavior. Behavior Analysis in Practice.

Goldberg, M. C., Spinelli S., Joel S., Pekar J. J., Denckla M. B., & Mostofsky S. H. (2011). Children with high functioning autism show increased prefrontal and temporal cortex activity during error monitoring. Developmental cognitive neuroscience. 1(1), 47-56.

Jacobson, L.A., & Mahone, E.M. (2012). Educational implications of executive dysfunction. In S. Hunter & E. Sparrow (eds.),Executive Function and Dysfunction:  Identification, Assessment, and Treatment (pp232-246).  New York: Cambridge University Press.

Jacobson, L.A., Murphy-Bowman, S.C., Pritchard, A. E., Tart-Zelvin, A., Zabel, T.A., & Mahone, E.M. (2012). Factor structure of a sluggish cognitive tempo scale in clinically referred children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 40, 1327-1337. DOI 10.1007/s10802-012-9643-6.

Jacobson, L. A., Ryan M., Martin R. B., Ewen J., Mostofsky S. H., Denckla M. B., et al. (2011). Working memory influences processing speed and reading fluency in ADHD. Child neuropsychology : a journal on normal and abnormal development in childhood and adolescence. 17(3), 209-24.

Jacobson, L.A., Tarazi, R.A., McCurdy, M., Schultz, S., Levey, E., Mahone, E.M., & Zabel, T.A. (in press). The Kennedy Krieger Independence Scales-Spina Bifida Version (KKIS-SB): A measure of executive components of self-management in youth and young adults with spina bifida. Rehabilitation Psychology.

Kahng, S., Ingvarsson, E. T., Quigg, A. M., Seckinger, K. E., & Teichman, H. M. (2011). Defining and measuring behavior. In W. W. Fisher, C. C. Piazza, & H. S. Roane (Eds.), Handbook of Applied Behavior Analysis (pp. 113-131). New York: The Guilford Press.

Lee, R.W.Y., Jacobson, L.A., Pritchard, A.E., Ryan, M., Yu, Q., Denckla, M.B., Mostofsky, S.H., & Mahone, E.M. (2012).  Jitter reduces response time variability in ADHD: An ex-Gaussian analysis. Journal of Attention Disorders. DOI 10.1177/1087054712464269.

Lipkin P.H., Hyman S.L. Should all children be screened for autism spectrum disorders? Yes: merging science, policy, and practice. Am Fam Physician. 2011 Aug 15;84(4):361-7. No abstract available.

Mahone, E.M., & Schneider, H.E. (2012). Assessment of attention in preschoolersNeuropsychology Review, 22, 361-383. DOI 10.1007/s11065-012-9217-y.

Papazoglou, A., Jacobson, L., Zabel, T.A. (2013). More than intelligence: Distinct cognitive/behavioral clusters linked to adaptive function in childrenJournal of the International Neuropsychological Society. doi:10.1017/S1355617712001191.  

Pritchard, A.E., Jacobson, L.A., Nigro, C., & Mahone, E.M. (2012). The role of neuropsychological assessment in the functional outcomes of children with ADHD.  Neuropsychology Review, 22, 45-68. DOI 10.1007/s11065-011-9185-7.

Rimrodt SL, Lipkin PH. Learning disabilities and school failure.  Pediatr Rev. 2011 Aug;32(8):315-24. Review.

Vollmer, T.R., Hagopian, L.P., Bailey, J.S., Dorsey, M.F., Hanley, G.P., Lennox, D., Reardon, M.M., & Spreat, S. (2011). The association of behavior analysis international position statem

Zabel, T.A., Jacobson, L., & Mahone, E.M. (in press).  Hydrocephalus/Spina Bifida.  In I.S. Baron, and C. Rey-Casserly (eds.). Pediatric Neuropsychology: Medical Advances and Lifespan Outcomes. New York: Oxford University Press.

Zablotsky, B., Boswell, K, & Smith, C.  (2012). An evaluation of school involvement and satisfaction of parents of children with autism spectrum disorders. American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 117 (4), 316-330.


Hardesty, S., Zablotsky, B., & Van Stone, M. (2012). Facing the facts: Addressing problems with anti-bullying policies and surveillance systems in Maryland schools. Poster presented at the Association on University Centers on Disabilities Annual Meeting and Conference, Washington, D.C.

Van Stone, M., Jensby, E., & Majewski, K. (2012). An innovative approach to addressing the medical and legal needs of individuals with disabilities. Poster presented at the Association of University Centers on Disabilities Annual Meeting and Conference, Washington, D.C.

Van Stone, M., Naugle, P., & McIntyre, H. (2012). Analyzing the legal and practical implications of appropriate transition planning for children with autism spectrum diagnosis. Poster presented at the Association of University Centers on Disabilities Annual Meeting and Conference, Washington, D.C.

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