H Thompson Prout

Education University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 
Educational Psychology Education, Guidance and Counseling Education
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Fedewa AL, Ahn S, Reese RJ, et al. (2016) Does psychotherapy work with school-aged youth? A meta-analytic examination of moderator variables that influence therapeutic outcomes Journal of School Psychology. 56: 59-87
Prout HT, Cline GD, Prout SM. (2012) School Reentry for Children Recovering from Neurological Conditions Best Practices in School Neuropsychology: Guidelines For Effective Practice, Assessment, and Evidence-Based Intervention. 207-222
Prout HT, Browning BK. (2011) Psychotherapy with persons with intellectual disabilities: A review of effectiveness research Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities. 5: 53-59
Reese RJ, Prout HT, Zirkelback EH, et al. (2010) Effectiveness of school-based psychotherapy: A meta-analysis of dissertation research Psychology in the Schools. 47: 1035-1045
Sheppard-Jones K, Thompson Prout H, Kleinert H. (2005) Quality of life dimensions for adults with developmental disabilities: a comparative study. Mental Retardation. 43: 281-91
Savage TA, Prout HT, Chard KM. (2004) School psychology and issues of sexual orientation: Attitudes, beliefs, and knowledge Psychology in the Schools. 41: 201-210
Prout HT, Nowak-Drabik KM. (2003) Psychotherapy with persons who have mental retardation: An evaluation of effectiveness American Journal On Mental Retardation. 108: 82-93+144
Wallingford EL, Prout HT. (2000) The relationship of season of birth and special education referral Psychology in the Schools. 37: 379-387
Prout SM, Prout HT. (1998) A Meta-Analysis of School-Based Studies of Counseling and Psychotherapy: An Update Journal of School Psychology. 36: 121-136
Shadish WR, Matt GE, Navarro AM, et al. (1997) Evidence that therapy works in clinically representative conditions. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 65: 355-65
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