Director - School Psychology
Daniel Drevon received his Ph.D. in School Psychology from Central Michigan University in 2011. He completed his APA-accredited predoctoral internship at Fort Worth Independent School District (FWISD) in Fort Worth, TX. He completed post-doctoral hours toward licensure as a psychologist at FWISD and Community Mental Health for Central Michigan. He is a Licensed Psychologist in the state of MI and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. He joined the Department of Psychology at Central Michigan University in Fall 2015.
Publications & Presentations
^Chapman, B. N., Drevon, D. D., & Jasper, A. D. (2021). The impact of the Quiet Classroom Game on on-task behavior and classroom noise level in three middle school classrooms. Journal of Behavioral Education. Advance online publication.
Collins, T. A, Drevon, D. D., ^Brown, A. M, ^Villareal, J., ^Newman, C., & ^Endres, B. (2020). Say something nice: A meta-analytic review of peer reporting interventions. Journal of School Psychology, 83, 89-103.
Drevon, D. D., Hixson, M. D., Campbell, A., ^Brown, A. M., & ^Rigney, A. M. (2020). Check-in check-out/behavior report card. In M. I. Axelrod, M. Coolong-Chaffin, & R. O. Hawkins (Eds.), School-based behavioral intervention case studies: Effective problem-solving for school psychologists (pp. 290-301). Routledge.
Gadke, D. L., & Drevon, D. D. (2020). Toward incorporating efficiency data in brief experimental analysis decision-making. School Psychology Review, 49(2), 195-208.
^Rigney, A. M., Hixson, M. D., & Drevon, D. D. (2020). Headsprout: A systematic review of the evidence. Journal of Behavioral Education, 29(1), 153-167.
As a researcher, I am interested in identifying effective and efficient academic and behavioral interventions for school-aged children. I am pursuing research questions related to this interest in two ways. First, I am engaging in applied research on academic and behavioral interventions using single-case experimental designs. Second, I am engaging in meta-analysis/research synthesis, with a special focus on studies that have employed single-case experimental designs, as this methodology has frequently been overlooked in past quantitative syntheses.