Ann-Marie DiBiase

Ann-Marie DiBiase

Ann-Marie DiBiase, Ph.D. (The State University of New York at Buffalo, 2002) is an associate professor of educational psychology at Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario. Her research concerns psychopathological behavior in children and youth (e.g., internalizing and externalizing disorders) and prevention/intervention programs for antisocial youth. Her co-authored psychoeducational prevention program for behaviorally at-risk children, EQUIP for Educators: Teaching Youth (Grades 5–8) to Think and Act Responsibly, has been implemented extensively in North America, the Netherlands, and Spain. She has co-authored or edited six books and numerous articles in scholarly journals on the cognitive and behavioral development of children and youth. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in educational psychology, behavioral disorders, and research design and methods. She was the recipient of the Brock University Excellence in Teaching Faculty Award.

Books by Author

Teaching Adolescents to Think and Act Responsibly: The EQUIP Approach
The EQUIP Approach

Holding students accountable for their actions and inspiring them with greater expectations is to respect them, to believe in them as people with p