Sharon Bradley-Johnson, Ed.D.
Sharon Bradley-Johnson is a Professor of Psychology at Central Michigan University in the School Psychology Program. Her emphasis is psychoeducational assessment of children with low-incidence disabilities, with an emphasis on infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. She is the author of several books, book chapters, and numerous articles on children with disabilities.
Carl Merle Johnson, Ph.D.
Carl Johnson is a Professor of Psychology at Central Michigan University. His specialties include behavioral pediatrics as well as behavior therapy. He has published on sleep disorders in infants and young children as well as positive behaviors involving children with disabilities. He is co-author of a cognitive test for young children.
Daniel Drevon, Ph.D.
Daniel Drevon is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the School Psychology Program at Central Michigan University. His interests include psychoeducational assessment and intervention based on the principles of applied behavior analysis.
Bree Kaufman is from Royal Oak, Michigan. She is a second year Ph.D. student in the School Psychology program at Central Michigan Universiy. Her current research interests involve the development of social-emotional skills in school-aged children. Other interests include assessment and treatment of academic and behavioral problems.
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