Research and References

 

The Connections Model Presentations

  • Jackson, L. & Peck, S. (2016) Teaching Emotional Regulation: Critical Skills for Independent Learners. Presented at TASH Conference, December 2016.
  • Jackson, L. & Peck, S. (2016) The Importance of Teaching Emotional Regulation to Students with Disabilities. Presented at Council for Exceptional Children, Teacher Education Division Conference, November 2016.
  • Jackson, L. & Peck, S. (2016) Using Technology to Teach Emotional Regulation-Introducing KidConnect. Presented at CEC Conference, St. Louis MO, April 2016.
  • Jackson, L. & Peck, S. (2015) Teaching Emotional Regulation: Essential Skills for Classroom Inclusion. Presented at TASH Conference, Portland OR, December 2015.
  • Jackson, L. & Peck, S. (2015) Teaching Emotional Regulation, Essential Skills for Students with ASD. Presented at OCALICON 2015 Conference, Columbus OH, November 2015.
  • Jackson, L. & Peck, S. (2015) Using Technology to Teach Emotional Regulation. Presented at Council for Exceptional Children, Teacher Education Division Conference, Tempe AZ, November 2015.
  • Jackson, L. & Peck, S. (2014) New Methods and Techniques for teaching Students with ASD and Related Disabilities. Presented at OCALICON 2014 Conference, Columbus, Ohio.  November 2014.
  • Jackson, L. & Peck, S. (2013) Understanding a Challenging Student, A New Method for Teaching Students with ASD’s and related disabilities.  Presented at Council for Exceptional Children, Teacher Education Division, Fort Lauderdale, FL. November, 2013.
  • Jackson, L. & Peck, S. (2013) Strategies to Manage Students with Emotional Disorders, Spectrum Disorders & Other Challenges. Presented at School Discipline Conference, Las Vegas, NV. June, 2013.
  • Jackson, L. & Peck, S. (2013) Understanding a Challenging Student.
  • Presented at Council for Exceptional Children, Georgia State Conference, Macon, GA. February, 2013.

research & references

  • Chen, H. (2016) A Theoretic Review of Emotion Regulation. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 4, 147-153. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jss.2016.42020
  • Brackett, M. & Simmons, D. (2015).  Emotions Matter. Educational Leadership, 73(2), 22-27.
  • Richey, J.A., et al (2015) Neural Mechanisms of Emotion Regulation in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Autism Developmental Disorders. Jan 25. [Epub ahead of print]
  • Damiano, C.R., Mazefsky, C.A., White, S.W., & Dichter, G.S. (2014). Future Directions for Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 43(5), 828-843
  • Samson, A.C., Hardan, A.Y., Podell, R.W., et al. (2014).  Emotional Regulation in Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. International Society for Autism Research. p1-10. doi: 10.1002/aur.1387
  • Ivcevic, Z. & Brackett, M. (2014).  Predicting School success:  Comparing Conscientiousness, Grit, and Emotional Regulation Ability.  Journal of Research in Personality. 52 p. 29-36.
  • Zalla, T., & Sperduti, M. (2013). The amygdala and the relevance detection theory of autism: an evolutionary perspective. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7, 894. http://doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2013.00894
  • Samson, A.C., Huber, O. and Gross, J.J. (2012).  Emotional Regulation in Asperger’s Syndrome and High-Functioning Autism.  American Psychological Association, 12 (4), p 659-665.
  • Jahromi. L. B., Meek, S. E. and Ober-Reynolds, S. (2012).  Emotion Regulation in the Context of Frustration in Children with High Functioning Autism and Their Typical Peers.  Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 53 (20), p. 1-8.
  • Rieffe, C., Camodeca, M., Pouw, L.B.C., Lange, A.M.C. & Stockmann, L. (2012). Dont Anger Me! Bullying, Victimisation and Emotional Dysregulation in Young Adolescents with Autism.  European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 9 (3), p 351-370.
  • Johnson, J. (2012).  Using Externalization as a means to Regulate Emotion in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 23 (2), p. 163-168.
  • Mazefsky, C., Pelphery, K., Dahl, R., (2012).  The Need for a Broader Approach to Emotional Regulation Research in Autism.  Child Development Perspectives. 6 (1), 92-97.
  • Scarpa, A. & Reyes, N.M. (2011).  Improving Emotional Regulation with CBT in Young Children with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Pilot Study.  Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 39, p. 495-500.
  • Lipsett, A. (2011). Supporting Emotional Regulation in School: Learning Landscapes. 5(1), p. 157-175.
  • National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorders (2011). Evidence-Based Practices. Available at: http://autismpdc.fpg.unc.edu
  • Ashburner, J., Rodger, S., Ziviani, J., (2010).  Surviving in the Mainstream: Capacity of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders to Perform Academically and Regulate Their Emotions and Behaviour at School.  Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 4, p. 18-27.
  • Macklem, G. (2010). Practitioner’s guide to emotional regulation in school-aged children. New York: Springet Science& Business Media, LLC.
  • Graziano, P. et al. (2007).  The Role of Emotional Regulation and Children’s Early Academic Success.  Journal of School Psychology. 45 (1). p3-19.
  • Zeman, J., Perry-Parrish, C., (2006).  Emotional Regulation in Children and Adolescents. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics. 27 (2) p. 155-168