Kent McIntosh mainly investigates Positive behavior support, Referral, Academic achievement, Clinical psychology and Developmental psychology. Positive behavior support is closely attributed to Qualitative research in his study. Kent McIntosh has included themes like Social change, Teaching method, At-risk students and School district in his Academic achievement study.
His study in Clinical psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Behavioral interventions and Rating scale. His Rating scale study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Teacher report and Response to intervention. Kent McIntosh focuses mostly in the field of Developmental psychology, narrowing it down to matters related to School discipline and, in some cases, Implicit bias.
His main research concerns Applied psychology, Positive behavior support, Social psychology, Behavioral interventions and School discipline. His Applied psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Capacity building and Teaching method. In his study, Academic achievement is strongly linked to Clinical psychology, which falls under the umbrella field of Positive behavior support.
Social psychology is frequently linked to Qualitative research in his study. His study in the field of Thematic analysis is also linked to topics like Critical Incident Technique. His research investigates the link between School discipline and topics such as Developmental psychology that cross with problems in Reading skills.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Applied psychology, School discipline, Behavioral interventions, Evidence-based practice and Positive behavior support. His Applied psychology research focuses on subjects like Capacity building, which are linked to Professional development and Special education. His School discipline research incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Criminology and Racial bias, Race.
His studies in Developmental psychology integrate themes in fields like Out of school, Implicit bias and Coaching. The Response to intervention study combines topics in areas such as Academic achievement and Faculty development. By researching both Academic achievement and Referral, Kent McIntosh produces research that crosses academic boundaries.
Kent McIntosh spends much of his time researching School discipline, Positive behavior support, Evidence-based practice, Applied psychology and Racial differences. The concepts of his School discipline study are interwoven with issues in Criminology and Race. He interconnects Knowledge level and Skill development in the investigation of issues within Positive behavior support.
His study connects Behavioral interventions and Applied psychology. His Teaching method research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Special education, Academic achievement and Faculty development. Kent McIntosh merges Academic achievement with Referral in his study.
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Relationships Between Academics and Problem Behavior in the Transition from Middle School to High School
Kent McIntosh;K. Brigid Flannery;George Sugai;Drew H. Braun.
Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions (2008)
Effects of school-wide positive behavioral interventions and supports and fidelity of implementation on problem behavior in high schools.
K. B. Flannery;P. Fenning;M. McGrath Kato;K. McIntosh.
School Psychology Quarterly (2014)
Demonstration of Combined Efforts in School-Wide Academic and Behavioral Systems and Incidence of Reading and Behavior Challenges in Early Elementary Grades.
Kent McIntosh;David J. Chard;Joseph B. Boland;Robert H. Horner.
Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions (2006)
Principles of sustainable prevention: Designing scale‐up of School‐wide Positive Behavior Support to promote durable systems
Kent McIntosh;Kevin J. Filter;Joanna L. Bennett;Charlotte Ryan.
Psychology in the Schools (2010)
Differential Effects of a Tier Two Behavior Intervention Based on Function of Problem Behavior.
Kent McIntosh;Amy L. Campbell;Deborah Russell Carter;Celeste Rossetto Dickey.
Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions (2009)
Factors Related to Sustained Implementation of Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support.
Kent McIntosh;Sterett H. Mercer;Amanda E. Hume;Jennifer L. Frank.
Exceptional Children (2013)
Concurrent Validity of Office Discipline Referrals and Cut Points Used in Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support
Kent McIntosh;Amy L. Campbell;Deborah Russell Carter;Bruno D. Zumbo.
Behavioral Disorders (2009)
The relative contribution of subjective office referrals to racial disproportionality in school discipline.
Erik J. Girvan;Cody Gion;Kent McIntosh;Keith Smolkowski.
School Psychology Quarterly (2017)
Vulnerable Decision Points for Disproportionate Office Discipline Referrals: Comparisons of Discipline for African American and White Elementary School Students.
Keith Smolkowski;Erik J. Girvan;Kent McIntosh;Rhonda N. T. Nese.
Behavioral Disorders (2016)
The Use of Reading and Behavior Screening Measures to Predict Nonresponse to School-Wide Positive Behavior Support: A Longitudinal Analysis.
Kent McIntosh;Robert H. Horner;David J. Chard;Joseph B. Boland.
School Psychology Review (2006)
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