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From time to time LSPA is asked to pass along surveys to its members. We have created this space to provide an opportunity for our members to participate.

Your time and perspective is very appreciated!

Submission Requests
Email the webmaster with information presented in a similar format to the posted research requests including when the data will no linger be collected or when the posting should be pulled.  LSPA supports research in the field of school psychology and in an effort to contribute and facilitate growth in our field, we post appropriate research and a monthly email directing members to these opportunities at no cost to the researcher.

Research Projects Looking for Participants


      (Collecting Data: 12/15/2020-5/15/2021)

Hello, you are invited to participate in a study evaluating factors that influence the visual analysis of academic progress monitoring data. We are seeking participants that have:

(1) administered and scored a curriculum-based measurement of reading passage at least once in their career.

(2) evaluated a curriculum-based measurement of reading progress monitoring graph (individually or in a group) to determine whether a student was showing sufficient progress or whether a change needed to be made.

If you have completed both these tasks at any point in your career (including to fulfill coursework requirements, practicum experiences, or internship) you qualify to participate.  The risks of participating in a study are no greater than the risks encountered in day to day life, or no greater the typical risks of using the internet. We hope that the results will help identify practices that improve the reliability and accuracy of visual analysis decisions. All responses are anonymous and personally identifiable information will not be collected. We anticipate that completing the survey will take less than 45 minutes. Your participation is completely voluntary.  If you wish to participate you will receive a $10 digital amazon gift card as compensation for your time. Upon completing the survey you will be forwarded to provide your email in a google form. Your email will be used to send the gift card and will not be linkable to your responses for the study.

The study may be accessed at the following link:


and accessed with the password VISUALANALYSIS1122

The password MUST be typed in.  Copy and pasting the password will not always work.

Please note that the study is optimized for completion on laptop/desktop computers. Errors

may occur if completing the study on a smart phone or tablet.  This study was approved by the Institutional Review Board at Lehigh University (IRB 1566089-1). If you have any questions or concerns you can contact the Principal Investigator, Ethan Van Norman, at erv418@lehigh.edu. If you have questions about your rights or would simply like to speak with someone other than the research team about the questions or concerns, please contact the IRB at (610) 758-2871 or inirb@lehigh.edu. All reports or correspondence will be kept confidential."

Anyone who participates in the survey can receive a $10 gift card. Please let me know if there is any other information that you might require before posting. Thank you for this opportunity!

Adelle Sturgell

Lehigh University

School Psychology Doctoral Program

aks220@lehigh.edu || (920) 419-5422


(Collecting Data: 12/1/2020-02/28/2020)

Dear Fellow School Psychologists, 

My name is Michelle Kirkland, and I am a school psychology doctoral student at St. John's University in Queens, NY. I am here to ask for your participation in completing a quick questionnaire aimed at gathering clinical feedback on the everyday barriers impacting mental health treatment for kids and teens with autism spectrum disorder.

This survey is in response to a lack of best practice guidelines and treatment protocols addressing anxiety problems in this population--even though we understand that anxiety is a common and debilitating co-condition of ASD. I want to hear from mental health and behavioral professionals about the everyday barriers faced when providing mental health or behavioral services to kids and teens with autism, so that future studies can better target treatments that are easier to implement and tailored to the uniqueness of this population. 

If you have current or past experiences treating youth with autism in any capacity, please click on the link below. All certification/licensure types are welcome. Your responses will be 100% anonymous and confidential, and your participation should take only 15-30 minutes. Thank you in advance for your participation and dedication!


If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at: michelle.kirkland16@stjohns.edu

Thank you and stay well, 

Michelle Kirkland, M.S., RBT

School Psychology, PsyD Candidate 2021

St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

St. John's University


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