During the period of 2005-2009, the PENT Research Team conducted research using data from the PENT projects to establish the effectiveness of the PENT behavior intervention plan.
Research Team's Peer Reviewed Journal Publications
Cook, C.R., Mayer, G.R., Browning-Wright, D., Kraemer, B., Gale, B. & Wallace, M.D.
(2012). Exploring the link between evidence-based quality of behavior intervention plans, treatment integrity and student outcomes under natural educational conditions. The Journal of Special Education, 46, 3-16.
- Kraemer, B. R., Cook, C. R., Browning-Wright, D., Mayer, G. R., & Wallace, M. D. (2008). Effects of training on the use of the Behavior Support Plan Quality Evaluation Guide with autism educators: A preliminary investigation examining positive behavior support plans. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 179-189.
- Cook, C. R., Crews, D., Browning-Wright, D., Mayer, R., Gale, B., & Kraemer, B. (2007). Establishing and evaluating the substantive adequacy of positive behavior support plans. Journal of Behavioral Education, 16, 191-206.
- Browning-Wright, D., Mayer, G. R., Cook, C. R., Crews, D., Kraemer, B. R., & Gale, B. (2007) A preliminary study on the effects of training using behavior support plan quality evaluation guide (BSP-QE) to improve positive behavioral support plans. Education and Treatment of Children, 30, 89-106.
PENT Research Team: Diana Browning Wright, G. Roy Mayer, Clay Cook, Bonnie Kraemer, and Michele Wallace
PENT Research Associate Team