Foreword: Stephen N. Elliott Preface Section A. Introduction
Chapter 1. Overview: The State of Scientific Research in School
Consultation William P. Erchul and Susan M. Sheridan Chapter 2.
School-Based Problem-Solving Consultation: Plotting a New Course
for Evidence-Based Research and Practice in Consultation Jennifer
L. Frank and Thomas R. Kratochwill Section B. Methodological
Foundations Chapter 3. Measurement in School Consultation Research
Ann C. Schulte, Natalie Murr, Kali Osbeck, and Priya Mudholkar
Chapter 4. Quantitative Research Methods and Designs in
Consultation Frank M. Gresham Chapter 5. Qualitative and
Mixed-Methods Designs in Consultation Research Joel Meyers, Stephen
D. Truscott, Adena B. Meyers, Kristen Varjas, and Samuel Kim
Chapter 6. Commentary: Evidence-Based Practice in School-Based
Consultation Research Amanda M. VanDerHeyden Section C. What We
Know: Process/Outcome Findings from Selected Models of Practice
Chapter 7. Research Issues in Mental Health Consultation
andConsultee-Centered Approaches Steven E. Knotek and Ingrid
Hylander Chapter 8. Behavioral Consultation: Contemporary Research
and Emerging Challenges Brian K. Martens, Florence D. DiGennaro
Reed, and Jennifer D. Magnuson Chapter 9. The Past, Present, and
Future of Conjoint Behavioral Consultation Research Susan M.
Sheridan, Brandy L. Clarke, and Kelly A. Ransom Chapter 10.
Bringing Instructional Consultation to Scale: Research and
Development of IC and IC Teams Sylvia A. Rosenfield, Todd A.
Gravois, and Arlene E. Silva Chapter 11. Organization Development
and Change Facilitation in School Settings: Theoretical and
Empirical Foundations Robert J. Illback Chapter 12. Section
Commentary: Process and Outcome Research in Selected Models of
Emilia C. Lopez and Bonnie Nastasi Section D. What We Know: Process/Outcome Findings from Selected Research Perspectives Chapter 13. Studying Multicultural Aspects of Consultation Colette L. Ingraham Chapter 14. Researching Interpersonal Influence within School Consultation: Social Power Base and Relational Communication Perspectives William P. Erchul, Priscilla F. Grissom, Kimberly C. Getty, and Megan S. Bennett Chapter 15. Research Examining the Relationships between Consultation Procedures, Treatment Integrity, and Outcomes
George H. Noell and Kristin A. Gansle Chapter 16. A Commentary on What We Know: Process/Outcome Findings from Selected Research Perspectives Jeffery P. Braden Section E. Additional Cutting-Edge Topics and Future Challenges Chapter 17 Assessing the State of Evidence in Consultation Training: A Review and Call to the Field Markeda Newell and Daniel Newman Chapter 18. Team-Based School Consultation Shannon Dowd-Eagle and John Eagle Chapter 19. Research on Consultation in Early Childhood Programs Jennifer LoCasale-Crouch, Sonia Q. Cabell, Manuela Jimenez, and Michelle Baldanza Chapter 20. School Consultation and Response to Intervention: Convergence, Divergence, and Future Directions for Research and Practice Amy L. Reschly and Daniel J. Reschly Chapter 21. Section Commentary: Adapting Consultation Research to Challenges of the 21st Century Beth Doll Section F. Conclusions Chapter 22. Epilogue: Final Comments on School Consultation Research Susan M. Sheridan and William P. Erchul Author Index Subject Index
William P. Erchul is Research Professor in the Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ; Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychology at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC. Susan M. Sheridan is George Holmes University Professor of Educational Psychology and Director of the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families, and Schools at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.