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Brock University

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Brock University

500 Glenridge Av.

St. Catharines, Ontario,L2S 3A1

Canada

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Brock University, located in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, is increasingly becoming a major player in the Niagara Region's economic, social, and cultural development. The recently-opened $112-million Cairns Family Health and Bioscience Research Complex is h...more

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Tricia Vause Faculty of Social Sciences - Child and Youth Studies Main Tricia Vause Tricia Vause, Ph.D. Associate Professor Tricia Vause has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, and is interested in behavioral assessment and treatment (including intensive behavioral intervention, IBI) for children and youth with autism spectrum disorders, as well as dual diagnosis of autism and anxiety disorders (including Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). She has worked at Medical/Counselling Centers, Residential Training Facilities, and School-Based Programs in both Canada and the United States conducting research and clinical work with the above populations. Currently, she is conducting a randomized controlled trial to explore Function-Based Group Cognitive-Behavior Therapy as a treatment for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in children and youth with High Functioning Autism and Asperger's Syndrome. This trial is funded by the Ontario Mental Health Foundation and the Ministry for Long-Term Care. Vause, T., Regher, K., Feldman, M., Griffiths, D., & Owen, F. (2009). Martin, G. L., Yu, C. T., & Vause, T. (2004). Assessment of Basic Learning Abilities test: Recent research and future directions. Schwartzman, L., Vause, T., Martin, G. L., Yu, D. C. T., Campbell, L., & Danbrook, M. (2009). Martin, G. L., Thorsteinsson, J., Yu, C. T., Martin, T. L., & Vause, T. (2008). The ABLA test for predicting the learning abilities of persons with intellectual disabilities: A review. Behavior Modification, 32(2), 228-247. Vause, T., Yu, D. C. T., Martin, G. L. (2007). he Assessment of Basic Learning Abilities. Test for persons with intellectual disability: A valuable clinical tool. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 20(5), 483-489. Vause, T., Martin, G. L., Cornick, A., Harapiak, S., Yu, D. C. T., & Garinger, J. (2006, reprint). Training task assignments and aberrant behavior of persons with developmental disabilities. Journal on Developmental Disabilities (Special Anniversary Issue), 105-120. Martin, G. L., Vause, T., & Schwartzman, L. (2005). Vause, T., Martin, G. L., Yu, C. T., Marion, C., & Sakko, G. (2005). Teaching equivalence relations to individuals with minimal verbal repertoires: Are visual and auditory-visual discriminations predictive of stimulus equivalence? Psychological Record, 55, 197-218. Sakko, G., Martin, T. L., Vause, T., Martin, G. L., & Yu, C. T. (2004). A visual-visual nonidentity matching assessment is a worthwhile addition to the Assessment of Basic Learning Abilities test. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 109, 45-52. Vause, T., Harapiak, S., Martin, G. L., & Yu, C. T. (2003). Predictive validity of auditory discriminations in persons with intellectual disabilities: Extending the ABLA test. Journal on Developmental Disabilities, 10, 21-34. Wilczynski, S. M., Cowan, R., Wolf, K., Vause, T., Yetter, G., Lewis, L., Hayes, A., Meadows, J. R., Elliot, A., & Thompson, K. (2003). Marion, C., Vause, T., Harapiak, S., Martin, G. L., Yu, D. C. T., Sakko, G., & Walters, K. (2003). The hierarchical relationship between several visual and auditory discriminations and three verbal operants among individuals with developmental disabilities. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 19, 91-105. Conyers, C., Doole, A., Vause, T., Harapiak, S., Yu, D., & Martin, G. L. (2002). Predicting the relative efficacy of three presentation methods for assessing preferences of persons with developmental disabilities. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 35, 49-58. Vause, T., Martin, G. L., & Yu, D. (2000). ABLA test performance, auditory matching, and communication ability. Journal on Developmental Disabilities, 7(2), 123-141. Conyers, C., Martin, G. L., Yu, D., & Vause, T. (2000). Rapid training of a two-choice auditory-visual discrimination to persons with developmental disabilities. Journal on Developmental Disabilities, 7(2), 84-92. Mulaire-Cloutier, C., Vause, T., Martin, G., & Yu, D. (2000). Choice, task performance, and happiness indicators with persons with severe developmental disabilities. International Journal of Practical Approaches to Disability, 24, 60-65. Vause, T., Martin, G., Cornick, A., Harapiak, S., Chong, I., Yu, D., & Garinger, J. (2000). Training task assignments and aberrant behavior of persons with developmental disabilities. Journal on Developmental Disabilities, 7(2), 37-53. Vause, T., Martin, G., & Yu, D. (1999). Aberrant behavior of persons with developmental disabilities as a function of the characteristics of training tasks. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 22, 1-5. Dr. Tricia Vause Dr. Tricia Vause Events Tricia Vause


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