In support of transferring research into best practices, ASPP is offering a service to both researchers and practitioners.
For researchers, we invite you to post the information about your project and how school psychologists in PA may be able to assist in your study. In order for us to do this we need to gather information from you. Please submit a description of your study, your IRB approval, and any other supporting documents. We will post your information on the this page as well as our Facebook Page along with any appropriate links. We do not email blast our members.
Please review the Research Opportunites policies and procedures before requesting a posting.
To request a posting on the research opportunities page, contact the website committee through the Contact Us page.
For our members, please make sure to check out the current research opportunities and help support the advancement of our field!
Hello ASPP members, my name is Nicole Breeden and I am currently a second year graduate student at The Pennsylvania State University. For my proposed Master’s Thesis, I would like to take a deeper look at the role of school psychologists take when working with children in the schools who have chronic illness and their families. It would be greatly appreciated if you could take the time to complete the following survey at: https://pennstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_cGX4MbK4V7NBUkB. The survey is completely anonymous, no names nor any identifying information will be asked. Upon completion you will have the opportunity to enter to win a $25 gift card where your email will be asked for; however, this page is not associated with the original survey so your email will not be linked to your responses in any way. If you have any questions about the survey please feel free to contact myself: email@example.com, or my adviser, Dr. Teresa Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
I am a school psychologist who is currently working towards a doctorate degree in school psychology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. As part of my dissertation, I developed a survey designed to assess school psychologists’ gifted identification practices.
Your participation in this study would be greatly appreciated and is strictly voluntary. Should you choose to participate, please click on the hyper-link below which will take you directly to the survey hosted by Qualtrics.com. By completing the survey, you are consenting for the information to be utilized in the study. Should you have any questions about the survey or study, you may contact me at email@example.com. You may also contact Dr. Timothy Runge at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can access the survey with the following link:
Benjamin Stumpf, M.Ed.
Dear Fellow School Psychologists,
My name is Devadrita Talapatra and I am a school psychology doctoral candidate at Georgia State University. I am writing to request your assistance in completing my dissertation research survey. I would be very grateful if you would consider participating, using the following survey link with the survey password (IDtransition).
I am seeking approximately 160 practicing school psychologists so that I may understand the role of school psychologists in transition services for secondary students with an intellectual disability. Through the study, I hope to explore potential role expansion opportunities for school psychologists. Also, I hope to identify areas for improvement in transition services and providing post-school opportunities for students with ID. It would be wonderful if I could include your voice in this national study!
Participation in the study is entirely voluntary and should take no more than 15 minutes. Additionally, study participants have the option to enter a drawing for one of four $30 gift certificates to Amazon.com.
Thank you in advance for your time and assistance!
Devadrita Talapatra, M.Ed.
Georgia State University
I am a school psychologist who is currently working towards a doctorate degree at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. As part of my dissertation, I developed a survey designed to assess school psychologists’ knowledge of anxiety disorders and empirically supported school-based treatments. A secondary purpose is to gain an understanding of the referral and identification process of children with anxiety disorders within schools and available school-based treatments.
Your participation in this study would be greatly appreciated and is strictly voluntary. Should you choose to participate, please click on the hyper-link below which will take you directly to the survey hosted by SurveyMonkey.com. By completing the survey, you are consenting for the information to be utilized in the study. Should you have any questions about the survey or study, you may contact me at (215) 808-3315 or email@example.com. You may also contact Dr. Diane Smallwood at (215) 871-6564.
The survey should take about 10-15 minutes to complete. No personal identifying information will be included on the survey. Therefore, your responses will be completely anonymous.
Thank you for your time. I realize that your time is both limited and valuable. Your participation and assistance is greatly appreciated. If you are interested in receiving information about the results of the study once it is completed, you can request this information by contacting me at the phone number or e-mail address listed above.
You can access the survey with the following link:
Kelly A. Myhasuk, EdS, NCSP