Evidence of Effectiveness: Secondary Prevention Outcomes

Cooper, R. (2013). Response to Intervention (RtI): A Mixed Methods Study Evaluating the Effects of Behavior Training Software on Behavior of In-School Suspension Students. Read abstract download icon Download full article

Bass, K., Perry, S.M., Ray, A. & Berg, S. (2008). Impact of a Computer-Based, Social-Emotional Intervention on Outcomes Among Latino Students When Adult Monitors of the Student Training Are Non-professionals: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Rockman et al.Read abstract download icon Download full article


Bass, K., Perry, S.M., Ray, A. & Berg, S. (2008). Impact of a Self-Regulated, Computerized, Social-Emotional Learning Intervention on Disengaged and Delinquent Students at a Continuation High School. Rockman et al.

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Bass, K., Perry, S.M., Ray, A. & Berg, S. (2008). Impact of Self-Regulated Use Of Computer-Based Social-Emotional Learning On Rural Adolescents At Risk For Alcohol Abuse. Rockman et al.

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Perry, S.M., Bass, K, Ray, A. & Berg, S. (2008) Potential and Limitations of Ripple Effects Self-Regulated, Computerized, Social-Emotional Training to Improve Outcomes Among Students Behind Grade Level in an Unsafe and Chaotic School. Rockman et al.Read abstract download icon Download full article


Perry, S.M., Bass, K, Ray, A. & Berg, S. (2008). Impact of a Computerized Social-Emotional Learning Intervention on African American and Latino Students When Implemented In Lieu Of Academic Instruction: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Rockman et al.

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Perry, S.M., Bass, K, Ray, A. & Berg, S. (2008). Impact of Ripple Effects Computer-Based, Social-Emotional Learning Intervention on School Outcomes Among Rural Early Adolescents. Rockman et al.

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Stern, R. & Repa, J. T. (2000). A study of the efficacy of computerized skill building for adolescents: Reducing aggression and increasing pro-social behavior. Unpublished manuscript.Read abstract download icon Download full article


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