Nichole Dailor was assigned as Tim's graduate research assistant for the first two years of her doctoral program. Because she came with a masters degree and research experience, she very capably took on a lot of work. Her two publications from the lab are a testimony to her effectiveness. Nichole's primary research interest is professional ethics. She is presently working as a School Psychologies tin Bourbonnais Elementary School in Illinois.
Research and Professional Interests:
- Ethics and Law
- Curriculum Based Measurement in Math and Writing
- CHARGE Syndrome
- Consultation with teachers and administrators to support positive interactions with students
- Assessment, treatment, and management of ADHD for students at school
- Academic interventions
- Building positive and collaborative relationships with parents of students with disabilities
- PTSD and Depression
Dailor, A.N. & Jacob.S. (2011). Ethically challenging situations reported by school psychologists:
Implications for training. Psychology in the Schools, 48 (6), 619-631.
Dailor, A.N., & Jacob, S. (2010). Ethical and legal challenges: Negotiating change. In J. Kaufman & T.L. Hughes (Eds.), The Handbook of Education, Training and Supervision of School Psychologists in School and Community, Vol. II (pp. 153-168). NY: Taylor Francis/Routledge.
Hartshorne, T. S., Heussler, H. S., Dailor, A. N., Williams, G. L., Papadopoulos, D., & Brandt, K. K.
(2009). Sleep Disturbances in CHARGE Syndrome: Types and Relationships with Behaviour and
Caregiver Well-Being. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology.
Blake, K.D., Hartshorne, T.S., Lawand, C., & Dailor, A.N. (2008). Cranial nerve manifestations in
CHARGE Syndrome. The American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A, 146(A): 585-592 .
Wachtel, L. E., Hartshorne, T. S. & Dailor, A. N. (2007). Psychiatric diagnoses and psychotropic
medications in CHARGE syndrome: a pediatric survey. Journal of Developmental and Physical
Casswell, M., Dailor, N., Vladescu, J., & Hartshorne, T. S. (2007). Adlerian psychology and behavioral psychology: so close and yet so far away. North American Society of Adlerian Psychology, Vancouver, BC.
Hartshorne, T. S., Dailor, A. N., Williams, G. L., Papadopoulos, D., Doyle, K. & Brandt, K. K. (2005) Sleep disturbances in CHARGE syndrome. 7th International CHARGE Syndrome Conference, Miami, FL.
Hartshorne, T. S., Dailor, A. N., Williams, G. L., Papadopoulos, D., Doyle, K. & Brandt, K. K. (2005) Sleep disturbances in CHARGE syndrome. Society for the Study of Behavioural Phenotypes, Palm Cove, Australia. Overview
B.S. & B.A., Pacific Lutheran University
M.S., Northwestern State University
Ph.D. School Psychology, Central Michigan University