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Eric Robinson
Eric Robinson

Eric L. Robinson, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Educational Psychology
Director, School Psychology Graduate Program


Mailing Address:
Baylor University
School of Education
Department of Educational Psychology
One Bear Place #97301
Waco, TX 76798-7301
Eric_Robinson@baylor.edu

Campus Contact:
Office: Marrs McLean Science Building 315
Phone: 254-710-4796
Fax: 254-710-3265

Education:
The University of Kansas-Lawrence 1992-1998, Doctor of Philosophy, School Psychology
The University of South Carolina-Columbia 1985-1989, M.A. + 30, School Psychology
Appalachian State University 1981-1985, Bachelor of Science, General Psychology

Research Interests:
Social and Developmental aspects of student-athletes
Consultation in the public schools
Behavior Management with children and adolescents

Selected Publications:
Robinson, E., & Ivey, J. (in press). Eating disorders and secondary schools: The role of teachers in early detection. Teacher Education and Practice.

Fearon, D., Barnard-Brak, L., Robinson, E., & Harris, F. (2011). Sense of belonging and burnout among first-year student-athletes. The Journal for the Study of Sport & Athletes in Education, 5 (2).

Robinson, E.L. Classroom observations. In S.W. Lee, P. Lowe, & E.L. Robinson, (Eds.)(2005)The Encyclopedia of School Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications

Robinson, E.L. (2002). What is the role of the school psychologist in gifted education? Gifted Child Today, 25(4), 34-37.

Saxon, T.F., Colombo, J., Robinson, E.L., & Frick, J.(2000). Dyadic interaction profiles in infancy and preschool intelligence. Journal of School Psychology, 38, 9-26.

Robinson, E.L. (1998). Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. In L. Phelps (Ed.) A Practitioner's Handbook of Health-related Disorders in Children. New York: APA Press.

Robinson, E.L., & Raeke, R. (1998). Home-school connections: Promoting school-based strategies to improve parent involvement in elementary schools. Baylor Educator, 22(2), 23(3), 35-43.

Robinson, E.L. (1996). Involving the school psychologist in breaking the barriers to collaboration on Professional Development Schools (PDS) Leadership Teams. Journal of Teacher Education and Practice, 12, 1-15.

Robinson, E.L., & Nagle, R.J.(1992). Comparability of the Test of Cognitive Skills, the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised, and the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale: Fourth Edition with a gifted population. Psychology in the Schools, 29, 107-112.

Selected Presentations:
Ivey, J.K., & Robinson, E.L. Finding too many teens in the office? A description of a successful peer team building project. Paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). Atlanta, GA (March, 2005).

Rogers, M., Robinson, E.L., McCaw, I. Heightened awareness of athletic programs. Paper presentation at the Annual Big XII Conference Academic Summit. Dallas, TX(June 24, 2004).

Robinson, E.L., & Lary, C. How well are teachers trained to manage student misbehavior? Implications for school psychologists. Paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). Toronto, CA (April, 2003).

Robinson, E.L. Strategies to manage middle school students in the classroom. Presentation for GEAR UP project teachers, Waco, TX (February 11, 2002).

Robinson, E.L., & Lary, C. Effects of training, type of behavior plan, and preparation time on teacher's ability to handle student misbehavior: Implications for school psychologists. Paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). Chicago, IL (March, 2002).

Robinson, E.L., & Nolen, A.L. Inclusion after 3:00 PM: How involved are students with disabilities in after school programs? Paper presentation at the Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). New York, NY (April 2002).

Courses Taught:
Intellectual & Academic Assessment I (EDP 5328)
Intellectual & Academic Assessment II (EDP 5337)
Practicum in School Psychology (EDP 5278)
Advanced Practicum in School Psychology (EDP 5279)
Behavior Management (EDP 5356)
Therapeutic Intervention (EDP 5346)
Internship I in School Psychology (EDP 5380)
Internship II in School Psychology (EDP 5381)
Research in Education (EDP 5335)
Practicum in Adult Learning: Campus-Based Program (EDP 6340).
Professional Ethics and Legal Regulations for Educational Psychology (EDP 5341)
Orientation/Lifestyle Choices and Personal Wellness (BIC 1101)
Counseling Children and Adolescents (EDP 5360)
Consultation and Parent Conferences (EDP 5370)
The Developing Child (EDP 3326)
Assessment Theory and Exceptionality (EDP 3327)
Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers (EDP 3376)

Other:
Leadership in School Psychology:
Co-chair, NASP Program Approval Board 2011-
NASP representative to NCATE's Appeals Board for the SPA sector 2011 -
NASP Program Approval Board Member 2010-current
NCATE Board of Program Reviewer 2009 - current