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Reducing Bullying and Peer Mistreatment Depends on Your Perspective

Bullying prevention expert and co-author of Youth Voice Project: Student Insights into Bullying and Peer Mistreatment, Dr. Charisse Nixon discusses how people can choose a specific perspective when developing an approach to reducing bullying and peer mistreatment.

In Memoriam: Bernardo J. “Bernie” Carducci (1952-2018)

Research Press sadly notes the passing of professor emeritus, researcher and author Bernardo J. “Bernie” Carducci (May 20, 1952–September 22, 2018). Among his many accomplishments, he founded and directed the Indiana University Southeast Shyness Research Institute. Dr. Carducci published two books with Research Press: The Shyness Workbook and The Shyness Workbook for Teens. Those of …

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Resilience Builder Program Author Featured in NPR’s “How To Raise A Human” Series

Dr. Mary Alvord, psychologist and author of Resilience Builder Program for Children and Adolescents, is featured in NPR’s health series “How To Raise A Human.”

Author Spotlight–My Transition Portfolio

Barb Blakeslee, educator and author of the second edition of My Transition Portfolio, discusses the unique features and benefits of her “person-centered” transition program and her passion for special education in this exclusive Author Spotlight interview.

Author Spotlight – Finding Voice: Treating Selective Mutism and Social Anxiety

Dr. Robert L. Schum, author of Finding Voice: Treating Selective Mutism and Social Anxiety, discusses his new book in an interview detailing the practical actions and evidence-based methods for treating selective mutism and social anxiety.

Research Press Publishes Finding Voice: Treating Selective Mutism and Social Anxiety

Research Press Publishers is pleased to announce the publication of Finding Voice: Treating Selective Mutism and Social Anxiety. Often baffling to parents, teachers, and some therapists, the social anxiety disorder known as selective mutism prevents children from moving toward normal social communication, critical in the school-age years. Finding Voice is not a manual for treatment …

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Research Press Publishes New Skillstreaming Program for Children and Youth with High-Functioning Autism

Research Press Publishers is excited to announce the publication of the most recent edition to the Skillstreaming prosocial skills program: Skillstreaming Children and Youth with High-Functioning Autism: A Guide for Teaching Prosocial Skills.

Reduce Peer Mistreatment: Six Principles to Guide Interventions

Bullying Prevention experts Stan Davis and Charisse L. Nixon make the case that there’s work to be done to reduce peer mistreatment in K–12 schools and offer six principles to help guide practitioners in the challenging responsibility of eliminating hurtful actions in youth.

Author Spotlight—Building Champions: A Small Group Counseling Curriculum for Boys

Carol Miller, certified counselor and author of Building Champions: A Small Group Counseling Curriculum for Boys, discusses why she wrote the book and how she works with boys in small groups.

In Memoriam: Gerald “Jerry” Roy Patterson

Research Press sadly notes the passing of award-winning scientist and author Gerald “Jerry” Roy Patterson (July 24, 1926-August 22, 2016).

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