Sheila Eyberg, PhD

Psychology University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
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Comer JS, Furr JM, Cooper-Vince C, et al. (2015) Rationale and Considerations for the Internet-Based Delivery of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. 22: 302-316
Ginn NC, Clionsky LN, Eyberg SM, et al. (2015) Child-Directed Interaction Training for Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders: Parent and Child Outcomes. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology : the Official Journal For the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53. 1-9
Eyberg S, Boggs S, Jaccard J. (2014) Does maintenance treatment matter? Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 42: 355-66
Cohen ML, Heaton SC, Ginn N, et al. (2012) Parent-child interaction therapy as a family-oriented approach to behavioral management following pediatric traumatic brain injury: a case report. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 37: 251-61
Zisser AR, Eyberg SM. (2012) Maternal ADHD: Parent-Child Interactions and Relations With Child Disruptive Behavior Child and Family Behavior Therapy. 34: 33-52
Fernandez MA, Butler AM, Eyberg SM. (2011) Treatment outcome for low socioeconomic status African American families in Parent-Child interaction therapy: A pilot study Child and Family Behavior Therapy. 33: 32-48
Bagner DM, Boggs SR, Eyberg SM. (2010) Evidence-Based School Behavior Assessment of Externalizing Behavior in Young Children. Education & Treatment of Children. 33: 65-83
Berkovits MD, O'Brien KA, Carter CG, et al. (2010) Early identification and intervention for behavior problems in primary care: a comparison of two abbreviated versions of parent-child interaction therapy. Behavior Therapy. 41: 375-87
Callahan CL, Eyberg SM. (2010) Relations between parenting behavior and SES in a clinical sample: Validity of SES measures Child and Family Behavior Therapy. 32: 125-138
Bagner DM, Sheinkopf SJ, Miller-Loncar CL, et al. (2009) Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for Children Born Premature: A Case Study and Illustration of Vagal Tone as a Physiological Measure of Treatment Outcome. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. 16: 468-477
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