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Laura Baylot Casey
Assoc Professor, Instruction Curriculum Leadership
Email: lpcasey@memphis.edu
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Laura Casey received her doctorate from Mississippi State University. Following coursework, she completed an internship in behavior analysis at May South, inc. a subsidiary of the May Institute affiliated with Hughes Spaulding Children's medical center in Atlanta. Prior to joining the University of Memphis's ABA program she was a visiting Assistant Professor in the psychology department. She has also worked as a behavior consultant in Georgia public schools, a behavior specialist in Mississippi public schools, and a children's behavior therapist for a community counseling agency in Mississippi. She has recently been published in Education and Training for Autism and Developmental Disabilities and the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and has published in The Encyclopedia of School psychology, ACA encyclopedia, Phi Delta Kappan, Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, Children & Schools, and The Family journal. Her research interests include assessment and early intervention for academic and behavioral difficulties, effective assessment and intervention for children diagnosed with Autism, ADHD, working with parents and families of exceptional children, and merging applied behavior analysis with other disciplines. She is on the board directors of the Autism Society of the Midsouth. She has been a BCBA since 2008. 

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Education
  • B.S. Interdisciplinary Studies - The University of Alabama - 1998
  • M.A. Community Counseling - The University of Alabama - 2000
  • M.S. Educational Psychology (School psychology) - Mississippi State University - 2003
  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology (School psychology) - Mississippi State University - 2006
  • **CERTIFICATES/LICENSES**   -   -  
  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) Community Counseling - MS State Board of Examiners for Licensed Professional Counselors - 2002-current
  • AAAA Mississippi k-12 Educator License Psychometry - MS Department of Education - 2004-current
  • Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) School Psychology - National Association for School Psychologists - 2005-current
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Applied Behavior Analysis - Behavior Analysis Certification Board - 2008-current

Work Experience

  • Child Specialist, Children with Special Needs/ Columbus Public Schools - Community Counseling Services, Columbus, MS - 2000-2002
  • Behavior Specialist, MIssissippi Department of Special Education - Kosciusko School District, Kosciusko, MS - 2002-2004
  • Applied Behavior Analysis Internship, ABA intern/ Severe and Profound Special Education Classroom - May South, Inc., a subsidiary of the May Institute, affiliated with Hughes Spaulding Children Medical Center - 2004-2005
  • Adjunct Faculty, Psychology Department/School Psychology - The University of Memphis/College of Arts and Sciences - 2006
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Psychology Department/School Psychology - The University of Memphis/College of Arts and Sciences - 2006-2007
  • Assistant Professor, Instruction and Curriculum Leadership/Special Education (Applied Behavioral Analysis) - The University of Memphis/College of Education, Health and Human Sciences - 2007-present
Honors/Awards
  • Excellence in Service Award - The University of Memphis/ College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences - 2010
  • Excellence in Research Award - The University of Memphis/ Instruction and Curriculum Leadership (ICL) Department - 2011
  • AREA Division K Early Career Award for Research Nominee - American Educational Research Association (AERA)/ Division K - 2012
  • Excellence in Research Award - College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences - 2012

Teaching Experience

  • SPED 3802 Educational Assessment of Learners/Inclusive Set - The University of Memphis
  • SPED 3803 Classroom and Behavior Management - The University of Memphis
  • SPED 4000 Methods and Materials for Moderate to Severe Disabilities - The University of Memphis
  • SPED 4900 Consultation with Family, School and Community - The University of Memphis
  • SPED 6000 Methods and Materials for Moderate to Severe Disabilities - The University of Memphis
  • SPED 6900 Consultation with Family, School and Community - The University of Memphis
  • SPED 7001 Test and Measurement for Exceptional Children/ Adults - The University of Memphis
  • SPED 7517 Functional Analysis/ Treating Problem Behavior - The University of Memphis
  • SPED 7518 Evidenced Based Practices in ABA - The University of Memphis
  • SPED 7519 Practicum/Applied Behavior Analysis - The University of Memphis
  • SPED 8001 Test and Measurement for Exceptional Children - The University of Memphis
  • SPED 8517 Functional Analysis/ Treating Problem Behavior - The University of Memphis
  • SPED 8518 Evidenced Based Practices in ABA - The University of Memphis
  • SPED 8519 Practicum/ Applied Behavior Analysis - The University of Memphis
  • PSYC 3103 Child Psychology - The University of Memphis
  • PSYC 4503 Special Problems in Psychology - The University of Memphis
  • PSYC 7614b Practicum - The University of Memphis
  • PSYC 7805 Psychological Consultation - The University of Memphis
  • PSYC 7806 Psychological Interventions II - The University of Memphis

Support

  • Regional Intervention Program - Tennessee Department of Mental Health - $115,000 - 2012-2013
  • Project Memphis - Tennessee Department of Education - $214,000 - 2012-2013
  • Lambuth Linx - Tennessee Department of Education - $900,000 - 2012-2015
  • Faculty Research Grant - University of Memphis Provost office - $6,000 - 2012-2013
Service
  • ICL - Research committee (chair) - 2008-2009
  • ICL - Online search committee member - 2010
  • ICL - SPED search committee member - 2010
  • ICL - Resarch committee member - 2010
  • The Univesrity of Memphis - Faculty Senate ad hoc Shared Governance Committee - 2010-2011
  • ICL - Graduate committee - 2010-2011
  • ICL - SPED search committee (chair) - 2011
  • ICL - ABA concentration program coordinator - 2010-current
  • ICL - SPED search committee (chair) - 2011-2012
  • ICL - SPED search committee member - 2011-2012
  • The University of Memphis - Graduate school research forum judge - 2012
  • SPED Program coordinator - Program Area - 2012-2014
  • Autism Society of Midsouth - Board of Directors - 2007-2010
  • Pink Palace Museum - Associate Curator - 2008-2010
  • Teaching Education Journal - Reviewer - 2009
  • High School Journal - Reviewer - 2010
  • Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis - Reviewer - 2010-2011
  • Catholic Diocese of Memphis Assessment Team (SPED; Rehabilitation, Community, and School Counseling; EDPR) - Committee member - 2010-2011
  • Tennessee Task Force for Postsecondary Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities - Committee member - 2011
  • Review of Educational Research - Reviewer - 2011
  • American Education Research Association (AERA) Conference - Proposal reviewer for 2011 Conference; SPED SIG; Assessment in Schools SIG - 2011-2012
  • Tennessee Council for Exceptional Children - Secretary - 2011-2012
  • Tennessee Association of Applied Behavior Analysis - Publication Committee - 2011-2012
  • Journal of Autism and Developmental Disabilities - Reviewer - 2012
  • TOPSoccer for individuals with special needs - Committee member - 2012
  • Delta Journal of Education - Editorial Board - 2012-2013
Books Published/Reviewed
  • Casey, L.B. & Carter, S. (under contract). Early childhood and Applied Behavior Analysis: A primer for Educators, Therapists, and Care Providers. Routledge
  • Refereed Book Chapters in Edited Books

    Doggett, R. A., & Baylot, L. M. (2004). Oppositional defiant disorder. In T. S. Watson & C. H. Skinner (Eds.), Encyclopedia of school psychology (pp. 211-213). New York, NY: Kluwer Publishing.

  • Baylot, L. M., & Carmichael, K. (2004). Play therapy. In T. S. Watson & C. H. Skinner (Eds.), Encyclopedia of school psychology (pp. 249-250). New York, NY: Kluwer Publishing.    
  • Doggett, R. A., & Baylot, L. M. (2004). Functional behavioral assessments. In T. S. Watson & C. H. Skinner (Eds.), Encyclopedia of school psychology (pp. 128-133). New York, NY: Kluwer Publishing.  
  • Graves, S., Henington, C., & Baylot, L. M. (2006). The social skills rating system. In B.T. Erford (Ed.), Counselor's guide to clinical, personality, and behavioral assessment (pp. 147-150). Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin.
  • Townsend, A. E., Baylot, L. M., & Erford, B. T. (2006). The various conners rating scales. In B. T. Erford (Ed.), Counselor's guide to clinical, personality, and behavioral assessment (pp. 136-141). Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin.
  • Casey, L. B. (2009). Behavioral assessment. ACA encyclopedia of counseling (pp. 55-56). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.  
  • Casey, L. B., & Bicard, S. C. (2009). Rating scales. ACA encyclopedia of counseling (pp. 442-443). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association. 
  • McDevitt-Murphy, M., Casey, L. B., & Cogdal, P. (2010). Helping individuals heal from rape connected to war and/or conflict. Trauma rehabilitation after war and conflict (pp. 291-309). New York, NY: Springer.
  • Casey, L. B., & Williamson, R. L. (2012). A parent’s guide to support technologies for preschool students with disabilities. Child development and the use of technology: Perspectives, applications and experiences (pp. 271-287). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.
  •  Casey, L. B., Reeves, K. C.,  & Conner, E.* (2012). Using technology in the world of play. Child development and the use of technology: Perspectives, applications and experiences (pp.130-145). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.
  • Casey, L.B. & Smith, J.B. (2014). Functional Behavior Assessments in Evaluating Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. In V. B. Patel, V. R. Preedy, and C. R. Martin (Eds.), The Comprehensive Guide to Autism, Springer, 487-501.
Journal Articles
  • Journal Articles

    Eaves, S. H., Sheperis, C. J., Blanchard, T., Baylot, L., & Doggett, R. A. (2005). Teaching time-out and job card grounding procedures to parents: A primer for family counselors. The Family Journal, 13(3), 252-258.  

  • Casey, L. B., Bicard, D. F., Bicard, S. E., & Nichols, S. C. (2008). A much delayed response to a nation at risk: Recent innovations in general and special education. Phi Delta Kappan, 89(8), 593-596. 

  • Nichols, S. M. C., Bicard, S. E., Bicard, D. F., & Casey, L. B. (2008). A field at risk: The teacher shortage in special education. Phi Delta Kappan, 89(8), 597-600.
  • Bicard, S. E, Bicard, D. F, Casey, L. B., Smith, C.,* Plank, E,* & Casey, C. (2008). The effects of student response system and single student questioning technique on graduate students' recall and application of lecture material. Journal on Educational Technology, 5(1), 23-30.
      
  • Bicard, S. E., Bicard, D. F., Casey, L. B., & Borek, J. (2008). Sustained silent reading and attitudes of secondary students: An analysis of the literature. Wisconsin State Reading Association Journal, 47(2), 31-34.
  • Casey, L. B., & Bicard, D. F. (2008). ADHD: Beyond medication. Memphis Parent. Published on http://www.memphisparent.com/2008/11/adhd-treatments/
    (invited article)
  • Casey, L. B. (2008). The role of play in assessing, evaluating, and intervening with children with developmental delays. Play, Policy, & Practice Connections, 11(2), 2-4. (invited article)
  • Casey, L. B., & Bicard, D. F. (2009). Language development in children with language disorders: An introduction to Skinner's verbal behavior and techniques for initial language acquisition. I-manager's Journal of Educational Psychology, 2(3), 1-8.
  • Casey, L. B., Johnson, M. T.,* & Carroll, M. * (2009). Early intervention, early intensive behavioral intervention, and assessment: What is the connection and why is it important? Autism Advocate, 55(2), 14-18.  (invited article)
  • Casey, L. B., Byford, J., & Borek, J. (2009). The language arts inclusion classroom in an urban setting: How can we prepare secondary educators for this task? Journal for the Liberal Arts and Sciences, 13(2), 58-69.
  • Bicard, S. E., Casey, L. B., Nichols, K.,* Plank, E., *& Finley, S.* (2009). Using technology in multi-tiered interventions to differentiate instruction. I-manager's Journal of School Educational Technology, 4(4), 1-6. 
  • Williamson, R. L., Robertson, J. S., & Casey, L. B. (2010). Using a dynamic systems approach to investigating post-secondary education and employment outcomes for transitioning students with disabilities. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 33, 101-111   
  • Casey, L. B., & Elswick, S.* (2011). The social worker's role in the assessment of autism spectrum disorder. Children and Schools: A Journal of the National Association of Social Workers, 33(3), 176-182.  
  • Casey, L. B., & Williamson, R. (2011). Training parents as effective literacy tutors: Increasing the procedural integrity of tutoring. Mentoring and Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, 19(3), 257-276.
     
  • Casey, L. B., Robertson, J., Williamson, R.L., Serio, C. & Elswick, S.* (2011). Spending instructional time wisely: A case study using brief intervention probes to determine the most effective strategy. Canadian Journal of Education, 34(3), 33-46. 
  • Casey, L. B., Powers, K. V., Elswick, S., *& Neimeyer, K. * (2011). Training teachers to implement components of a functional behavioral assessment in a rural school district: Taking steps toward a proactive classroom. Delta Journal of Education, 1(1), 24-44.
  • Casey, L. B. (2011). Promoting speech in selective mutism: Experimental analysis, differential reinforcement, and stimulus fading. Journal of Speech Language Pathology and Applied Behavior Analysis, 5(1), 65-72.
  • Elswick, S.,* & Casey, L. B. (2011). The good behavior game is no longer just an effective intervention for students: An examination of the reciprocal effects on teacher behavior. Beyond Behavior, 36-46.
  • Bicard, D. F., Lott, V.,* Mills, J.,* Bicard, S. E., & Casey, L. B. (2012). Effects of text messaged self-monitoring on class attendance and punctuality of at-risk college student athletes. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 45, 205-210.
  • Kee, S. B.,* Casey, L. B., Cea, C. R., Bicard, D. F., & Bicard, S. E. (2012). Increasing communication skills: A case study of a man with autism spectrum disorder and vision loss. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 106(2), 120-125.
  • Donahue, M.,* Casey, L. B., Bicard, D. F., & Bicard, S. E. (2012). Effects of differential reinforcement of short latencies on response latency, task completion, and accuracy of an adolescent with autism. Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 47(1), 97-108.
  • Casey, L. B., Zanksas, S., Meindl, J., Parra, G., & Cogdal, P. (2012). Parental symptoms of post traumatic stress following a child’s diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder: A pilot study. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 6(1), 1186-1193.
  • Casey, L. B., Meindl, J., Frame, K.,* Elswick, S.,* Hayes, J.,* & Wyatt, J. * (2012). Current trends in education: How single-subject research can help teachers keep up with the zeitgeist. The Clearinghouse, 85(3), 109-116.
  • Meindl, J. N., & Casey, L. B. (2012). Increasing the suppressive effect of delayed punishers: A review of basic and applied literature. Behavioral Interventions. Wiley online library. doi: 10.1002/bin.1341
  • Bicard, D.F., Ervin, A.,* Bicard, S.C. & Casey, L.B. (2012). Differential effects of seating arrangements on disruptive behavior of fifth grade students during independent seatwork. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 45, 407-411.
  • Buford, S.,* & Casey, L. B. (2012). Attitudes of teachers regarding their preparedness to teach students with special needs. Delta Journal of Education, 2(1), 16-30.
  • Smith, C.,* Bicard, S. E., Bicard, D. F., & Casey, L. B. (2012). The effectiveness of function-based classroom interventions to decrease time spent in an in-school suspension program. Kappa Delta Pi Record 48(4), 174-177.
  • Casey, L. B., Reeves, K. C., & Williamson, R. (2013). Readability of documents provided to urban parents. Journal of Urban Education,  64-80
  • Williamson, R. L., Casey, L. B., Robertson, J., & Buggey, T. (2013). Video self-modeling in children with autism: Validating prerequisite skills and extending the utilization of VSM across skill sets. Assistive Technology, 25(1), DOI: 10.1080/10400435.2012.712604
  • Smith, C., Whitlow, C., & Casey, L.B. (2013). Time to re-think middle school discipline:  A proactive approach.  The Tennessee Association for Middle School Journal, 1-16.
  • Smith, C., Bicard, D.F., Bicard, S., & Casey, L.B.  (2013).  The effects of an interdependent group oriented contingency and performance feedback on the praise statements of pre-service teachers during a summer day camp for children with disabilities. International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy, 8(2), 14-16.   
  • Casey, L.B.,Williamson, R.W., Black, Hayes, Winsor & McClure (2013). Educators Readiness to Teach Children with ASD in an Inclusive Classroom. The Researcher, 25(1), 67-78. Perspectives, The Researcher, 25(1), 94-107
  • Casey, L.B., Williamson, R.W., Black, T. & Casey, C. (2014). Teaching Written Expression in the Inclusive High School Classroom: Strategies to Assist Students with Disabilities. National FORUM of Applied Educational Research, 25(1), 45-­56.
Presentations
  • Hoda, N., Baylot, L. M., & Doggett, R. A. (2002, October). Legal issues in conducting functional behavior assessments in school settings. Paper session presented at the meeting of the Mid-South School Psychology Association, Chattanooga, TN.  
  • Henington, C., Dufrene B., Hoda, N., Baylot, L. M., Dickens, A., Harber, M., & Townsend, A. E. (2003, February). Summertime academic clinic: From nuts and bolts to effective interventions. Paper session presented at the meeting of the Mississippi Association for Psychology in the Schools, Jackson, MS.
  • Serio, C. N., Baylot, L. M., Doggett, R. A., Henington, C., & Watson, T. S. (2003, February). Improving oral fluency: The use of a brief experimental analysis to identify effective interventions and a parent as the interventionist. Paper session presented at the meeting of the Mississippi Association for Psychology in the Schools, Jackson, MS.  
  • Baylot, L. M., Hoda, N., & Doggett, R. A. (2003, April). Functional behavior assessment and positive behavioral intervention development for a student with ADHD, ODD, and SLD in reading and math. Paper session presented at the meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, Toronto, ON. 
  • Harber, M., Henington, C., & Baylot, L. M. (2003, May).  A comparison of academic interventions to improve math performance: Noncontingent reinforcement and corrective feedback. Paper session presented at the meeting of the Association for Applied Behavior Analysis International, San Francisco, CA.  
  • Harber, M., Henington, C., Dufrene, B., Baylot, L. M. , Townsend, E., Barr, C., & Graves, S. (2004, April). Academic skills builder summer clinic for elementary school-aged children. Paper session presented at the meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, Dallas, TX.   
  • Bicard, S., Bicard, D., & Casey, L. B. (2007, September). Applied behavior analysis: What it is and what it is not. Paper session presented at the meeting of West Tennessee Special Education, Memphis, TN.
  • Casey, L. B. (2007, November). Enhancing students’ writing through curriculum-based measurement and t-units. Paper session presented at the meeting of Beyond Access Inclusion, Memphis, TN. 
  • Bicard, S. E., Bicard, D. F., Casey, R. C., & Casey, L. B. (2007, November). Effects of student response system and single student questioning technique. Paper session presented at the meeting of the Tennessee Association of Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN. 
  • Bicard, S. E., Bicard, D. F., Smith, C.,* Plank, E.,* Casey, C., & Casey, L. B. (2008, May). The effects of student response system and single student questioning technique on post-secondary students’ recall and application of lecture material. Poster session presented at the meeting of the University of Memphis College of Education Research Culture Promotion Initiative, Memphis, TN.  
  • Bicard, D. F., Bicard, S. E., & Casey, L. B. (2008, May). Behavior analytic approaches to teaching language to children with autism and severe disabilities. Paper session presented at the meeting of the Midsouth Conference on Communication Disorders, Memphis, TN.     
  • Bicard, D. F., Bicard, S. E, Casey, L. B., & Taylor, M.* (2008, May). The effects of SAFMEDS on students’ recall, response generality, and maintenance of ABA terms. Poster session presented at the meeting of the University of Memphis College of Education Research Culture Promotion Initiative, Memphis, TN.       
  • Bicard, D. F., Bicard, S. E., & Casey, L. B. (2008, May). FBA and ADHD: A promising practice? Poster session presented at the meeting of the International Conference on Positive Behavior Support, Chicago, IL. 
  • Bicard, S. E., Bicard, D. F., Smith, C., Plank, E., Casey, R., & Casey, L. B. (2008, May). Effects of student response system versus traditional techniques on college students' quiz and application performance. Paper session presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL. 
  • Bicard, D. F., Casey, L. B., Bicard, S. E., & Taylor, M. * (2008, May). The effects of SAFMEDS on students' recall, response generality, and maintenance of ABA terms. Paper session presented at the meeting of the Association of Applied Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL.
  • Casey, L. B., & Johnson, M. (2008, October). RTI and writing: Embracing writing at each tier. Paper session presented at the meeting of Beyond Access Inclusion, Memphis, TN. 
  • Casey, L. B., Cogdal, P. M., Lovett, A. K., & Pierrotti, C. (2009, February). An investigation in to post traumatic stress in parents of children with ASD. Poster session presented at the meeting of Social Justice Action & Policy: Breaking down the Silos & Generating Discourse. Memphis, TN.
  • Kee, S.,* & Casey, L. B. (2009, October). Increasing mands and spontaneous communication for a nonverbal visually impaired male diagnosed with profound developmental disabilities. Paper session presented at the meeting of the Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN. 
  • Johnson, M. T., Casey, L. B., & Serio, N. (2010, April). Improving oral reading fluency: The use of a brief experimental analysis to identify an effective intervention. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, Nashville, TN.    
  • Hubbard, M., Bicard, S., Bicard, D. & Casey, L. B. (2010, May). Using individualized interdependent group oriented contingencies with students with emotional disorders. Paper session presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, TX. 
  • Bicard, D.F., Bicard, S. E., Hayes, J., * & Casey, L. B. (2010, May). Further analysis of the effects of SAFMED training intravals of basic terminology in ABA: Untimed intraverbals. Paper session presented at the meeting of the Association of Applied Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, TX.
  • Johnson, M. T.,* & Casey, L. B. (2011, April). Improving oral reading fluency: The use of a brief experimental analysis to identify an effective intervention. Paper session presented at the meeting of the Tennessee Association of Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN.    
  • Williamson, R. L., Casey, L. B., Robertson, J. S., & Reeves, K. (2011, April). Who benefits from video self-modeling? Poster session presented at the meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, National Harbor, MD.
  • Robertson, J., Casey, L. B., Singleton, J., Taylor, S. Reeves, K., Smith, C.,* & Williamson, R. L. (2011, April). Higher education inclusion: What do unified teacher preparation programs look like?  Paper session presented at the meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, National Harbor, MD.
  • Robertson, J., Casey, L. B., Reeves, K., Smith, C.,* & Williamson, R. L., (2011, April). Does alternative preparation of special education teachers impact teacher retention?  Poster session presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Smith, C., * Bicard, D.F., Bicard, S. E., Casey, L. B., & Robertson, J. (2011, April). The effects of function-based interventions on decreasing time in an in-school suspension program. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, National Harbor, MD.
  • Robertson, J., Casey, L. B., Williamson, R. L., Reeves, K., & Smith, C.* (2011, April). What principals want to know about special education. Poster session presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Casey, L. B., Robertson, J., Williamson, R. L., & Johnson, M. T. (2011, April). The use of brief intervention probes to determine the most effective tier 2 reading fluency strategy.  Paper session presented at meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Casey, L. B., Elswick, S., Williamson, R. L., Robertson, J. S., Justice, W.,* & Smith, C. (2011, April). Response to intervention and written expression: A preliminary analysis of mean t-units as a universal screening tool. Poster session presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Casey, L. B., Zanksas, S.Williamson, R., & Reeves, K. (2011, April). Symptoms of posttraumatic stress in parents following a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.  Paper session presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Bicard, D. F., Lott, V.,* Mills, J.,* Bicard, S. E., & Casey, L. B. (2011, May). Recent research in the effects of text messaging on at-risk college student-athletes' punctuality and attendance. Paper session presented at the meeting of Applied Behavior Analysis International, Denver, CO.
  • Justice, W.,* Casey, L. B., Bicard, S. E., Bicard, D. F., & Stockton, M. (2011, May). Words per t-unit: A pure measure of written expression. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Denver, CO.
  • James, S., Bicard, S. E., Bicard, D. F., & Casey, L. B. (2011, May). Effects of enhanced milieu teaching and a communication aid on mands of elementary students with disabilities. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Denver, CO.
  • Williamson, R. L., & Casey, L. B. (2011, October). There’s no app for that!. Paper session presented at the meeting of the Tennessee Council for Exceptional Children, Chattanooga, TN.
  • Frame, K.,* & Casey, L. B. (2011, October). Training educators to organize, analyze, and interpret classroom data. Poster session presented at the meeting of theTennessee Association of Applied Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN.
  • Meindl, J., & Casey, L. B. (2011, October). Within-trial contrast: Conditioning effects on preceding and subsequent stimuli. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Tennessee Association of Applied Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN.
  • Smith, B.,* & Casey, L. B. (2011, October). Using a meta-analysis to evaluate the follow through of recommendations directed toward research from JABA authors and compared to JPBS publications. Poster session presented at meeting of the Tennessee Association of Applied Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN.
  • Kee, B.,* Casey, L. B., Bicard, D. F, & Bicard, S. E. (2012, April). Increasing communicative skills: A case study of an adult male with autism spectrum disorder and vision loss. Paper session presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC.
  • Elswick, S.,* Casey, L. B., Zanksas, S., & Black, T. (2012, April). The good behavior game is no longer just an effective intervention in an urban classroom. Paper session presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC.
  • Donahue, M.,* Casey, L. B., Bicard, D., & Bicard, S. (2012, April). Effects of differential reinforcement of short latencies on response latency, task completion, and accuracy of an adolescent with Autism. Paper session presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC.
  • Casey, C., Casey, L. B., & Black, T. (2012, April). Teaching written expression in the inclusive high school classroom: Strategies to assist with students with disabilities based on teachers' needs. Paper session presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancover, BC.
  • Smith, J. B.,* Frame, K. N.,* & Casey, L. B. (2012, May). Utilizing a meta-analysis to evaluate the follow through of recommendations given by Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis authors. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavioral Analysis International, Seattle, WA.
  • Casey, L. B., Meindl, J. N., & Smith, C.* (2012, May). Parental symptoms of post-traumatic stress following a child's diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder: Prevalence and practical implications. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavioral Analysis International, Seattle, WA.
  • Frame, K. N.,* Casey, L. B., & Meindl, J. N. (2012, May). Teaching by the numbers: How to use data in the classroom. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavioral Analysis International, Seattle, WA.
  • Justice, W. V.,* Casey, L. B., Meindl, J. N., & McKessy, W. (2012, May). Investigating sensory-oriented theories of the effects of environmental discriminative stimuli on people with autism. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavioral Analysis International, Seattle, WA.
  • Bicard, D. F., McLemore, T. G., Bicard, S. E., &Casey, L. B. (2012, May). Using the three-step prompting procedure to decrease prompts and increase compliance of preschool children with and without developmental delays. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavioral Analysis International, Seattle, WA.
  • Meindl, J. N., Ivy, J. W., Miller, N., Neef, N. A., & Casey, L. B. (2012, May). Within-trial contrast: Conditioning effects on preceding and subsequent stimuli. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavioral Analysis International, Seattle, WA.
  • Casey, L. B. (2012, Oct). Parental symptoms of posttraumatic stress following a child's diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder: A pilot study. Paper session presented at the annual conference of the Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN.
  • Wyatt, J., * Smith, B. J., & Casey, L. B. (2012, Oct). Using computer assisted instruction to increase the eye gaze of children diagnosed with autism. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN.
  • Casey, L. B., Meindl, J. N., & Miller, N. (2012, Sept). Current trends in autism: Working with individuals and families. Paper session presented at the Tennessee national Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health Needs, Nashville, TN.
  • Casey, L. B. (2012, Oct). Parental symptoms of posttraumatic stress following a child's diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder: A pilot study. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN.
  • Tyler, E., * Smith, B. J.,*  & Casey, L. B. (2012, Oct). Utilizing a behavioral flow chart to increase appropriate clinical assistant behavior. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN.
  •  Smith, B.* & Casey, L. B. (2012, Oct). Considerations with graduate student training: Ensuring effective supervision is being delivered. Paper session presented at the meeting Tennessee Centers for Exceptional Children, Nashville, TN.
  • Williamson, R., Casey, L.B., Hunter, W.C., and Smith, C. (2014, April).  It All Depends: Applying Quantitative Analysis to  Special Education Research.  Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention and Expo, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Hunter, W.C., Williamson, R., Smith, C., and Casey, L.B. (2014, April).  iPods, Apps, and Education: Examining Self-Monitoring Strategies for Students with Exceptionalities.  Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention and Expo, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Williamson, R.L., Hunter, W., Casey, L.B., Smith, C. & Perry, C. (2013, October). iPods, Apps & Education: Examining Self Monitoring Strategies for Students with Exceptionalities. Tennessee Association for Assistive Technologies State Conference, Murfreesboro, TN.
  • Frame, Smith, Williamson, Casey & Langford (2013, October). Emergency Department Visits & Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, TN Applied Behavior Analysis State Conference, Nashville, TN
  • Hunter, Williamson, Casey, Smith & Perry (2013, October). Evaluating the Use of Technology and Self-Management Interventions for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, TN-Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, Nashville, TN.
  • Williamson, R.L., Chang, J.Y., Casey, L. B., Hunter, W.C., and Smith, C. (2013, May).  Autism, iPads and Self-Advocacy: Examining an iPad-based AAC's Effect on the Ability to "mand."  Applied Behavior Analysis International 7th Annual Autism Conference, Portland, OR.
  • Meindl, J. N. & Casey, L. B. (2013, May). Increasing the suppressive effect of delayed punishers. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis International 39th Annual Convention, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Smith, C., Williamson, R., Robertson, J., Singleton, J., and Casey, L.B. (2013, April). Decreasing Time Spent in In-School Suspension Using Function-Based Interventions.  Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention and Expo, San Antonio, TX.
  • Frame, K. *, Langford, E. *, Smith, B. *, Williamson, R. L., & Casey, L. B. (2013, April) Research at the UofM: ABA Department. West Tennessee Applied Behavior Analysis Regional Conference, Arlington, TN
  • Smith, B.* & Casey, L. B. (2013, May). Considerations with graduate student training: Ensuring effective supervision is being delivered. Poster session presented at the meeting of Applied Behavior Analysis International, Minneapolis, MN.