Evan Dart

Assistant Professor

Research Interests

Peer-mediated Behavior Interventions, Integrating Technology into School Psychology, and School-Based Behavioral Consultation

Currently Teaching

  • PSY 374 – Educational Psychology

Recent Publications

Cook, C.R., Collins, T. A., Dart, E. H., Vance, M. J., McIntosh, K., Grady, E.A., & DeCano, P. (in press). Evaluation of the class pass intervention for typically developing students with hypothesized escape-motivated disruptive classroom behavior. Psychology in the Schools.

Dart, E. H., Cook, C. R., Collins, T. A., Gresham, F. M., & Chenier, J. (2012). Test-driving interventions to increase treatment integrity and student outcomes. School Psychology Review, 41(4), 467-481.

Cook, C. R., Mayer, G. R., Browning Wright, D., Kraemer, B., Wallace, M. D., Dart, E., et al. (2012). Exploring the link among behavior intervention plans, treatment integrity, and student outcomes under natural educational conditions. Journal of Special Education, 46(1), 3-16.

Cook, C. R., Dart, E. H., Collins, T. A., Restori, A., Daikos, C., & Delport, J. (2012). Preliminary study of the confined, collateral, and combined effects of reading and behavioral interventions: Evidence for a transactional relationship. Behavioral Disorders, 38(1), 38-56.  

Vance, M., Gresham, F. M., Dart, E. H. (2012). Relative Effectiveness of DRO and Self-Monitoring in a General Education Classroom. Journal of Applied School Psychology, 28(1), 89-109.

Cook, C.R., Rasetshwane, K., Truelson, E., Grant, S., Dart, E. H., & Collins, T.A., et al. (2011).  Development and Validation of the Student Internalizing Behavior Screener: Examination of Reliability, Validity, and Classification Accuracy. Assessment for Effective Intervention, 36(2), 71-79.

Gresham, F.M., Cook, C.R., Collins, T., Dart, E., Rasetshwane, K., Truelson, E., et al.  (2010). Developing a change-sensitive Brief Behavior Rating Scale as a progress monitoring tool for social Behavior: An Example Using the Social Skills Rating System-Teacher Form.  School Psychology Review, 39(3), 364-379.