Research and Publications
Presentations Accepted from Peer-Reviewed Proposals:
Tangeman, K., Wissig, K., Rodgers, W., Moes, D. & Winterling, V. (2002). Integrating behavioral support into residential programming to improve behavioral outcomes for children with autism. Poster presented at 28th Annual Convention for Association for Behavioral Analysis, Toronto, Canada.
DeWolf, E., Moes, D. & Tangeman, K. (2002). Embedding positive behavioral support into educational routines to improve instructional outcomes for students with autism. Poster presented at 28th Annual Convention for Association for Behavioral Analysis, in Toronto, Canada.
Invited Keynote Addresses, Pre-Conference Workshops, and Grand Rounds:
Tangeman, K.R. (2010, July). Novel Approaches to Treating Childhood Disruptive Behavior Disorders. Pediatrics Grand Rounds, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, CA.
Tangeman, K.R. (2010, July). Behavioral Assessment and Treatment Program for Disruptive Behavior Disorders. Child Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance CA.
Tangeman, K.R. & Hall, S.R. (2011). Self-Efficacy in incarcerated adolescents: The role of family and social supports. Child & Youth Services, 32(1), 39.
Tangeman, K.R. & Shelby, J.S. (In press). Intervention applications for self-injury following childhood sexual abuse. In P. Goodyear-Brown (Ed.) Handbook of Child Sexual Abuse: Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.
Ongoing Research Support
R01MH93898 Berk (PI) 4/1/11-3/31/15
Funding Source: National Institute of Mental Health
Treatment of Suicidal and Self-Injurious Adolescents with Emotional Dysregulation
This is a multisite study with the University of Washington to conduct the first randomized clinical trial of Dialectical Behavior Therapy with adolescents.
Role: Project Director