Christian A. Martin, Ph.D.

2009 Special Education University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 
Teacher Training Education, Special Education, Early Childhood Education
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Erik Drasgow grad student 2009 University of South Carolina
 (Training early childhood special education teachers to embed instruction during recess for students with severe disabilities.)
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Chezan LC, Drasgow E, Martin CA, et al. (2016) Negatively-Reinforced Mands: An Examination of Resurgence to Existing Mands in Two Children With Autism and Language Delays. Behavior Modification
Drasgow E, Martin CA, Chezan LC, et al. (2015) Mand Training: An Examination of Response-Class Structure in Three Children With Autism and Severe Language Delays. Behavior Modification
Martin CA, Drasgow E, Halle JW. (2015) Training Teachers to Enhance the Play Skills of Young Children With Developmental Disabilities During Outdoor Time by Embedding Instructional Interactions Journal of Early Intervention. 37: 247-269
Schmidt JD, Drasgow E, Halle JW, et al. (2014) Discrete-Trial Functional Analysis and Functional Communication Training With Three Individuals With Autism and Severe Problem Behavior Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions. 16: 44-55
Chezan LC, Drasgow E, Martin CA. (2014) Discrete-Trial Functional Analysis and Functional Communication Training with Three Adults with Intellectual Disabilities and Problem Behavior Journal of Behavioral Education. 23: 221-246
Drasgow E, Martin CA. (2005) Book Review: Individualized Supports for Students with Problem Behavior: Designing Positive Behavior Plans Research and Practice For Persons With Severe Disabilities. 30: 173-176
Martin CA, Drasgow E, Halle JW, et al. (2005) Teaching a child with autism and severe language delays to reject: Direct and indirect effects of functional communication training Educational Psychology. 25: 287-304
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