Recent Publication from UCEDD Co-Director Christopher Murray, Ph.D.

Pham, Y. K., McWhirter, E. H., Murray, C. (in press). Measuring help-seeking behavior among adolescents with disabilities. Journal of Adolescence.

Murray, C., Lombardi, A., & *Kosty, D. (in press). Profiling adjustment among postsecondary students with disabilities: A person-centered approach. Diversity in Higher Education.

Murray, C., Lombardi, A., Seeley, J., Gerdes, H. (in press). Effects of an intensive disability-focused training experience on university faculty members’ self-efficacy for understanding and supporting college students with disabilities. Journal of Postsecondary Education & Disability.

Kahn, L. K., Lindstrom, L., & Murray, C. (in press). Factors contributing to preservice teachers’ beliefs about diversity. Teacher Education Quarterly.

Lombardi, A., Murray, C., & Dallas, B. (2013). University faculty attitudes toward disability and inclusive instruction: Comparing two institutions. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 26, 221-232.

Murray, C., Lombardi, A., *Bender, F., & Gerdes, H. (2013). Social support: Main and moderating effects on the relation between financial stress and adjustment among college students with disabilities. Social Psychology of Education, 16, 277-295.

Recent Publications for Heidi von Ravensberg

Von Ravensberg, H. (2014). (Invited). Disability Studies and the Disability Community. FHS 216: Diversity in Human Services [120 students]. Prof. Surendra Subramani. 12:00-2:00 p.m., 123 Global Scholars Hall. College of Education, University of Oregon. Eugene. May 13, 2014.

Von Ravensberg, H. (2014). (Invited). Disability Studies and the Disability Community. FHS 216: Diversity in Human Services [120 students]. Prof. Surendra Subramani. 10:00-11:30 a.m., 129 McKenzie Hall. College of Education, University of Oregon. Eugene. February 26, 2014.

von Ravensberg, H. (2013). (Invited). Disability studies and the disability community. FHS 216: Diversity in Human Services [120 students]. Prof. Surendra Subramani. 2:00-3:30 p.m., 302 Gerlinger Hall. College of Education, University of Oregon. Eugene. November 12, 2013.

von Ravensberg, H. (2013). (Invited). Disability studies and the disability community. FHS 216: Diversity in Human Services. Prof. Surendra Subramani. 12:00-1:30 p.m., 240A McKenzie. College of Education, University of Oregon. Eugene. May 14, 2013.

von Ravensberg, H. (2013). (Invited). Perspectives on the disability community. FHS 216: Diversity in Human Services [107 students]. Prof. Surendra Subramani. 10:00-11:30 a.m., 220 HEDCO. College of Education, University of Oregon. Eugene. February 25, 2013.

Jane Squires Publications

A list of recent publications by UCEDD director Dr. Jane Squires.

Bricker, D., Macy, M., Squires, J., & Marks, M. (2013). Developmental Screening in Your Community: An Integrated Plan for Connecting Children with Services. Baltimore: Paul Brookes Publishing

Baker, A. & Squires, J. (2014) Young children and families experiencing homelessness. Infants and Young Children, 27(3), 259-271.

Pomes, M., Squires, J., & Yovanoff, P. (2014). Psychometric examination of a Spanish translation of a developmental screening instrument. Journal of Early Childhood Research. DOI: 10.1177/1476718X14529279.

Dionne, C., McKinnon, S., Squires, J., & Clifford, J. (2014). Developmental screening in a Canadian First Nation (Mohawk): psychometric properties and adaptations of Ages & Stages Questionnaires (2nd edition). BMC Pediatrics, 14-23.

Glascoe, F. & Squires, J. (2013). Quality developmental screenings are essential to quality surveillance. Pediatrics, 132; e1450.

Yovanoff, P., McManus, S., & Squires, J. (2013). Web-based and paper-pencil administration of a developmental questionnaire for young children: Score interpretation using item response theory. Infants and Young Children, (26)4, 318-332.

Squires, J., Waddell, M., Clifford, J., Funk, M., Hoselton, R., & Chen, C. (2013). Psychometric study of the infant and toddler intervals of the social emotional assessment measure. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education. 33(2), 78-90.