Sandra G. Gagnon Ph.D.

Dr. Gagnon: "My primary undergraduate courses are Psychology Applied to Teaching, Child and Adolescent Psychology, and Psychological Tests and Measurements. At the graduate level, I teach Psychoeducational Assessment for Intervention I and II to the first year School Psychology students".

There are 6 included publications by Sandra G. Gagnon Ph.D.:

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Comparison of the Revised and Original Versions of the Bayley Scales of Infant Development 2000 3319 Differences between Mental Scale scores on the revised Bayley Scales of Infant Development(BSID-II) and the original test (BSID) were evaluated. Both versions ofthe measure were administered to 32 subjects, ranging in age from 3 to 28 months, in c...
Motivational Interviewing for Smoking Cessation Among College Students 2010 603 Motivational interviewing has shown some success as an intervention for college student cigarette smokers. We tested the efficacy and process of a two session motivational-interviewing-based smoking intervention compared to an assessment/information ...
Parent and Teacher Ratings of Peer Interactive Play and Social-Emotional Development of Preschool Children at Risk 2007 1772 Estimates of agreement and consistency between parent and teacher ratings of peer-interactive play and social emotional development were examined in a sample of preschool children at risk for academic difficulties. Eighty-three pairs of parents and t...
Relationships Between Peer Interactive Play and Social Competence in At-Risk Preschool Children 2004 2883 Relationships between peer interactive play and social competence in a sample of preschool children (N = 85) considered at risk for academic difficulties were examined. Ratings of peer interactive play and social emotional development were collecte...
The Role Of Child Temperament In Parental Child Feeding Practices And Attitudes Using A Sibling Design 2011 384 Although previous research indicates that parental child feeding practices are one component of a bidirectional relationship between children and parents, little is known about how child temperament operates in this relationship. The purpose of this ...
Student-Teacher Relationships Matter: Moderating Influences Between Temperament and Preschool Social Competence 2009 3119 Ecological approaches to preschool assessment, which consider both within-child and environmental variables, are considered best practice for school psychologists. This study employs such a model to investigate the interactive influence of child te...