T E O'Shaughnessy

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This study compared the effectiveness of two reading interventions in a public school setting. Forty-five second-grade children with reading disabilities were randomly assigned to a 6-week phonological awareness, word analogy, or math-training program. The two reading interventions differed from each other in (a) the unit of word analysis (phoneme versus(More)
The recent increase in teenage pregnancies increases the risk of of low-birth-weight premature infants born to young mothers. Facilitative child-rearing practices, aimed at overcoming effects of perinatal stress, are being taught to middle-grade students before they become parents. Students participating in the program score higher than controls on measures(More)
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