Sharon E. Paulson

Department of Educational Psychology Ball State University, Muncie, IN, United States 
Educational Psychology Education, Higher Education
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Marchant GJ, Paulson SE, Berliner DC. (2015) A day in the life of David Berliner Teacher Educator. 50: 233-239
Talib TL, Paulson SE. (2015) Differences in competence and beliefs about autism among teacher education students Teacher Educator. 50: 240-256
Gong X, Paulson SE, Wang C. (2015) Exploring family origins of perfectionism: The impact of interparental conflict and parenting behaviors Personality and Individual Differences
Chang M, Paulson SE, Finch WH, et al. (2014) Joint confirmatory factor analysis of the woodcock-johnson tests of cognitive abilities, third edition, and the stanford-binet intelligence scales, fifth edition, with a preschool population Psychology in the Schools. 51: 32-57
Paulson SE, Peterson KA, Williams KK. (2007) Relations of eating disorder symptomology with perceptions of pressures from mother, peers, and media in adolescent girls and boys Sex Roles. 57: 629-639
Hines AR, Paulson SE. (2007) Parents' and teachers' perceptions of adolescent storm and stress: Relations with parenting and teaching styles Family Therapy. 34: 63-80
Hines AR, Paulson SE. (2006) Parents' and teachers' perceptions of adolescent storm and stress: relations with parenting and teaching styles. Adolescence. 41: 597-614
Marchant GJ, Paulson SE, Shunk A. (2006) Relationships between high-stakes testing policies and student achievement after controlling for demographic factors in aggregated data Education Policy Analysis Archives. 14: 1-31
Marchant GJ, Paulson SE. (2005) The relationship of high school graduation exams to graduation rates and SAT scores Education Policy Analysis Archives. 13: 1-17
Marchant GJ, Paulson SE, Rothlisberg BA. (2001) Relations of middle school students' perceptions of family and school contexts with academic achievement Psychology in the Schools. 38: 505-519
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