Amanda L. Lannie, Ph.D.

2006 Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
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Brian Martens grad student 2006 Syracuse
 (Increasing the effectiveness of self -monitoring programs: A sequenced approach with performance feedback to monitor on -task behavior and math performance.)
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McCurdy BL, Lannie AL, Barnabas E. (2009) Reducing disruptive behavior in an urban school cafeteria: An extension of the Good Behavior Game Journal of School Psychology. 47: 39-54
Lannie AL, Martens BK. (2008) Targeting performance dimensions in sequence according to the instructional hierarchy: Effects on children's math work within a self-monitoring program Journal of Behavioral Education. 17: 356-375
Lannie AL, McCurdy BL. (2007) Preventing disruptive behavior in the urban classroom: Effects of the good behavior game on student and teacher behavior Education and Treatment of Children. 30: 85-98
Lannie AL, Martens BK. (2004) Effects of task difficulty and type of contingency on students' allocation of responding to math worksheets. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 37: 53-65
Martens BK, Hilt AM, Needham LR, et al. (2003) Carryover effects of free reinforcement on children's work completion. Behavior Modification. 27: 560-77
Martens BK, Ardoin SP, Hilt AM, et al. (2002) Sensitivity of children's behavior to probabilistic reward: effects of a decreasing-ratio lottery system on math performance. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 35: 403-6
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