Angela R Mann

Assistant Professor | Licensed Psychologist, School Psychologist, and Behavior Analyst

Psychology | College of Arts & Sciences

Areas of Expertise

Child Psychology, Developmental Psychopathology, Youth with Challenging Behaviors, Issues related to the School-to-Prison Pipeline, Social Justice in Schools, Autism Spectrum Disorders. 

Education

Postdoctoral Fellow, Kennedy Krieger Institute at Johns Hopkins Medicine, 2014.

Ph.D., School Psychology, University of South Florida, 2013.

M.A., General Psychology, University of North Florida, 2009.

B.S., Psychology, Florida State University, 2004.

Biography

Angela Mann, Ph.D., BCBA, NCSP is credentialed as a school psychologist, behavior analyst, and licensed psychologist. This makes her uniquely qualified to address the academic, social, emotional, and behavioral needs of youth. She has trained at some of the most prestigious clinics in the country including the Kennedy Krieger Institute at John's Hopkins Medicine for children with disruptive behavior disorders as well as the Rothman Institute at All Children's Hospital also part of Johns Hopkins Medicine. Prior to her formal training in these clinics, Dr. Mann had the opportunity to participate as a counselor in the University of Buffalo Summer Treatment Program for children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), part of the well-regarded Multimodal Treatment of AD/HD (MTA) series of studies.

 

Dr. Mann currently serves on the Board of Directors at the National Association of School Psychologists and the Florida Association of School Psychologists. She is also a member of the First Coast Association of Behavior Analysis.

 

Dr. Mann is trained in multiple therapy modalities including cognitive behavioral therapy, exposure and response prevention, applied behavior analysis, dialectical behavior therapy, mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, and Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). She is able to apply these techniques to address a variety of needs for youth including symptoms of anxiety, depression, self harm, executive functioning difficulties, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Selective Mutism, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and other pediatric concerns including sleep and toileting concerns. 

 

Dr. Mann's lab, The Social Justice in Schools Lab, investigates social justice and community inclusion for youth with challenging behaviors.  More specifically, the research falls into three categories:  

 

Social Justice in School Systems  - This work is interested in addressing issues of social justice for youth related to disparities in access to education as well as disparities in the use of harmful and exclusionary discipline practices.  Additionally, we are interested in strategies for supporting the implementation of evidence-based practice for addressing challenging behaviors in schools. Finally, our work in this area focuses on improving outcomes for marginalized youth including youth of color, youth with disAbilities, youth involved in the dependency or juvenile justice systems, youth of refugee status, and youth experiencing homelessness. 

 

Youth with Challenging Behaviors, their Family, & the Community - We are equally interested in strategies for supporting and building resilience in families of children with challenging behaviors including children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs).  This work includes improving community inclusion of families and youth affected by developmental disAbilities both in our local communities and our global community.

 

Improved Systems of Care for Youth with Challenging Behaviors  - Finally, the lab works to understand factors essential to improving outcomes for youth with challenging behaviors and their families through improved systems of care and programming.  More specifically, our studies investigate factors that will improve treatment adherence in behavioral parent training programs. 
 

Finally, Dr. Mann serves as the faculty sponsor for the UNF Sailing Club and the UNF School Psychology Club. In her spare time Dr. Mann enjoys racing sailboats, traveling, meditating, hiking, camping, gardening, doing something creative, or volunteering in the community. 

Awards

2016-2017 Mentor of the Year Award, Nominated

 

2017 Outstanding Faculty Service Award, Nominated

 

2016 National Association of School Psychologists Government Public Relations Outstanding Advocate Award, Nominated

 

2015-2016 University of North Florida Community Scholar

 

2015 Florida Association of School Psychologists Presidential Award

 

2015-2016 Club Advisor of the Year Award

 

2015-2016 Mentor of the Year Award, Nominated

 

2015-2016 International Leader Award, Nominated

Affiliations

International School Psychology Association (ISPA)
National Association of School Psychology (NASP) - Member of the Board of Directors
Florida Association of School Psychology (FASP) - Member of the Board of Directors

Grants and Contracts Awarded

Mann, A. (2017). Mentoring at-potential youth to end the school-to-prison pipeline. Grant from the University of North Florida College of Arts & Sciences. FUNDED $1000.

 

Mann, A. (2016). Using parent-to-parent connection to increase compliance with an evaluation for autism in Jamaica. Grant from the Fulbright Scholar Program. FINALIST UNFUNDED.

 

Mann, A. (2016). Advocating for children’s mental health at the Florida Capitol: A transformational learning opportunity (TLO). Grant from the University of North Florida Office of Undergraduate Studies. FUNDED $786.

 

Mann, A. & Winterbottom, C. (2015). Creating Engaged Learners through Early Behavioral Intervention. Grant from the University of North Florida Foundation Board Initiative. UNFUNDED $23,000

 

Mann, A. (2015). Developing a Service-Learning Study Abroad Course to Improve Infrastructure and Supports for Youth with Challenging Behaviors Living in Kingston, Jamaica. Grant from the University of North Florida International Center. FUNDED $3,000.

 

Raffaele Mendez, L., Mann, A., & Fefer, S. (2010). Service Learning Course. Building Capacity through Consultation: Fostering Resilience in Families of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Grant from the University of South Florida Office of Community Engagement. FUNDED $3,500.

 

Barker, M., Tully, C., & Mann, A. (2008). Support Group for Siblings of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Grant from the Heal Every Autistic Life Now! Foundation. FUNDED $3,250.

 

Mann, A. (2007). The Specificity of Learning Theory in the Development of Adolescent Anxiety. Grant from the University of North Florida Graduate Scholars Research Program. FUNDED $200.

 

Barker, M., Tully, C. & Mann, A. (2008). Support Group for Siblings of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Grant from the Heal Every Autistic Life Now! Foundation. FUNDED $3,250.

 

Mann, A. (2007). The Specificity of Learning Theory in the Development of Adolescent Anxiety. Grant from the University of North Florida Graduate Scholars Research Program. FUNDED $200.

Publications & Presentations

STUDIES IN PROGRESS           * student coauthor

 

1. Mann, A. & Raffaele Mendez, L. (In preparation). The experiences of mothers raising youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Jamaica.

 

2. Mann, A., Castillo, J. & Myers, M.(In preparation). Assessing the critical shortage of school psychologists in Florida.

 

3. Mann, A., Michael, B.*, Levert, D.*, & Fisak, B. (In preparation). Attrition in clinic-based behavioral parent training programs: A meta-analysis.

 

4. Mann, A., Levert, D.*, Michael, B.*,  & Fisak, B. (In preparation). Attrition in school-based behavioral parent training programs: A meta-analysis.

 

5. Mann, A., Leichman, S., & Song, S. (In preparation). Training in behavioral assessment, intervention, & consultation for school psychologists: A national study.

 

6. Mann, A., Leichman, E. & Grimes, M. (In preparation). Training in behavioral consultation for behavior analysts.

 

7. Mann, A. & Perdomo, M.* (In preparation). Using tact to mand transfer procedures for increasing language acquisition in a non-speaking child with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

 

8. Mann, A. & Piner, A.* (In preparation). Infusing social justice and advocacy work into training for undergraduates in psychology.

 

9. Mann, A. & Mandavalli, A.* (In preparation). Beliefs surrounding mental health of children living in rural India.

 

10. Mann, A. Kazee, C.*, & Sedghi-Koi, A.* (In preparation). Behavioral skills training in the identification of bullying behaviors in the self and other for youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

 

11. Mann, A. & Donofrio, A. (In preparation). Documenting outcomes and scaling up dissemination of the EVAC Movement: An action research project.

 

12. Mann, A., Wilson, H., Malone, C., & Smith, B.* (In preparation) Perceptions of dress code policies: What is our intention?

 

13. Mann, A., Hitchcock, J. & Proctor, S. (In data analysis). Disproportionality in discipline, academic achievement, and identification. 

 

14. Mann, A. & Loewy, A.* (In data collection). The initiation and maintenance of romantic relationships for young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  

 

15. Mann, A. & Wilson, H. (In data collection).  Examining Gifted Practices and Disproportionality in Florida. 

 

16. Mann, A. & Monson, J.* (Under IRB review). The experiences and training of School Resource Officers.

 

 

REFEREED MANUSCRIPTS      * student coauthors

 

  1. Raffaele Mendez, L., Loker, T., Fefer, S. & Mann, A. (2015). Coparenting among couples raising young children with challenging behaviors. Couple and Family Psychology: Research and Practice, 4, 74-91.

 

  1. Chenneville, T., Menezes, L., Emmanuel, P., Baxi, R., Mann, A., & Bylsma, L. (2014). Assessing Institutional Ethics Committees in India using the IRB-RAT. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 1-10. doi: 10.1177/1556264614544101.     H-Index: 16, Impact Factor: 1.146.

 

  1. Ale, C., Mann, A., Menzel, J., Storch, E., & Lewin, A. (2013). Two cases of early childhood selective mutism: Variations and treatment complexities. Clinical Case Studies, 12, 278-290. H-Index: 12, Impact Factor: 0.359.

 

  1. Fisak, B., Mann, A., & Heggeli, K. (2012). The association between perceptions of parent worry and generalized anxiety disorder symptoms in a community sample of adolescents. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 18, 226-235. H-Index: 7, Impact Factor: 3.562.

 

  1. Fisak, B., Richard, D., & Mann, A. (2011). The prevention of child and adolescent anxiety: A meta-analytic review. Prevention Science, 12, 255-68. H-Index: 60, Impact Factor: 2.926.

 

  1. Fisak, B. & Mann, A. (2010). The relation between parent rearing practices and adolescent social anxiety: A factor analytic approach. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 15, 303-318. H-Index: 7, Impact Factor: 3.562.

 

 

NON-REFEREED MANUSCRIPTS

 

  1. Gross, J., Mann, A., Bluez, G., & Sulkowski, M. (2017). Helping homeless, foster care, and juvenile justice students, National Association of School Psychologists Communique.

 

  1. Raffaele Mendez, L. & Mann, A. (2014). Clinical assessment and intervention for girls with autism spectrum disorders. Independent Practitioner.

 

  1. Mann, A., Raffaele Mendez, L., Bateman, L., Fefer, S., Dennie, C., & Preece, K. (2012). Learning from families of children with ASD, National Association of School Psychologists Communique, July.

 

 

REFEREED PRESENTATIONS    * student coauthor

 

  1. Mann, A., Castillo, J., Curtis, M., & Myers, M.A. (2017, February). Measuring and addressing the critical shortage of school psychologists in Florida. Poster presented at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists.

 

  1. Mott, R.*, Crutchfield, A., & Mann, A. (2017, February). Peer perceptions of diagnosis disclosure of ASD in college students. Poster presented at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists.

 

  1. Mandavalli, A.* & Mann, A. (2017, February). The Mental Health Beliefs of Youth in Rural India. Poster presented at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists.

 

  1. Mann, A., Castillo, J., Curtis, M., & Myers, M.A. (2016, November). Measuring and addressing the critical shortage of school psychologists in Florida. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Florida Association of School Psychologists.

 

  1. Levert, D.*, Michael, B.*, Mott, R.*, & Mann, A. (2016, November). ESSA & measuring school climate. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Florida Association of School Psychologists.

 

  1. Mott, R.*, Crutchfield, A., & Mann, A. (2016, November). Peer perceptions of diagnosis disclosure of ASD in college students. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Florida Association of School Psychologists.

 

  1. Levert, D.*, Michael, B.*, DeLuca, N.*, & Mann, A. (2016, November). Attrition rates in behavioral parent training programs. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Florida Association of School Psychologists.

 

  1. Levert, D.*, Michael, B.*, DeLuca, N.*, & Mann, A. (2016, September). Attrition rates in behavioral parent training programs. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis.

 

  1. Cibrian, E.*, Mann, A., Burrell, J.*, & Fisak, B. (2016, April). Depressive rumination and the mood-as-input hypothesis: The role of reverse catastrophizing. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Southeastern Psychological Association.

 

  1. Mann, A. & Whitaker, A. (2016, February). A child’s right to an education should never be suspended. Poster presented at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists.

 

  1. Mann, A., Wilhelm, S.*, Rodriguez, M.*, & Belloni, L.* (2016, February). The training of school psychologists in behavioral assessment, intervention, and consultation. Poster presented at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists.

 

  1. Mann, A. & Whitaker, A. (2015, October). A child’s right to an education should never be suspended. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Florida Association of School Psychologists.

 

  1. Mann, A., Wilhelm, S.*, Rodriguez, M.*, & Belloni, L.* (2015, October). The training of school psychologists in behavioral assessment, intervention, and consultation. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Florida Association of School Psychologists.

 

  1. Mann, A. & Pierre, K.* (2015, October). Barriers to behavioral healthcare for families of children of color. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Florida Association of School Psychologists.

 

  1. Mann, A., Harwick, A., Fefer, S., & Kuehnel, C. (2015, October). Antecedents, autoclitics, and adjunctives! Behavioral consultation for behavior analysts. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy, Amherst, Massachusetts.

 

  1. Mann, A., Foulks, S.*, & Leichman, E. (2015, February). Best practices in supporting youth experiencing homelessness. Poster presented at the annual conference of the National Association of Schools Psychologists, Orlando, Florida.

 

  1. Fefer, S., Mann, A., & Kuehnel, C. (2015, February). Video modeling: An introduction to creating and using this intervention approach in your practice. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association of Schools Psychologists, Orlando, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A. (2014, November). Best practices in assessment and intervention for youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the Florida Association of School Psychologists, Sarasota, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A., Fefer, S., & Kuehnel, C. (2014, October). Video modeling: An introduction to creating and using this intervention approach in your practice. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy, Amherst, Massachusetts.

 

  1. Mann, A. (2014, February). Mothers’ experiences raising children with autism from around the world. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association of Schools Psychologists, Washington, D.C.

 

  1. Mann, A. & Raffaele Mendez, L. (2014, February). The experiences of mothers of children with autism in Jamaica. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association of Schools Psychologists, Washington, D.C.

 

  1. Mann, A. & Fefer, A. (2013, February). Bullying and students with autism spectrum disorders. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists, Seattle, Washington

 

  1. Fefer, S. & Mann, A. (2013, February). Selective mutism: Talking about not talking. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists, Seattle, Washington.

 

  1. Chenneville, T., Menezes, L., Emmanuel, P., Baxi, R., Mann, A., & Bylsma, L. (2012, December). Using the institutional review board researcher assessment tool to assess institutional ethics committees in Gujarat, India. Poster presented at the annual Advancing Ethical Research conference of the Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research organization, San Diego, California.

 

  1. Mann, A. (2012, October). The story of autism spectrums disorders in Jamaica:  Family Perspectives. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Florida Association of School Psychologists, Champion’s Gate, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A. & Raffaele Mendez, L. (2012, October). Global perspectives on autism spectrum disorders. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the Florida Association of School Psychologists, Champion’s Gate, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A. (2012, October). Bullying and youth on the spectrum. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Florida Association of School Psychologists, Champion’s Gate, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A. (2012, July). Global perspectives on autism spectrum disorders. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International School Psychology Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

 

  1. Mann, A. (2012, June). Bullying and youth on the spectrum. Workshop presentation at the annual Autism Summer Institute, University of Florida-Shands Jacksonville Summer Autism Institute, Jacksonville, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A., Raffaele Mendez, L., Dennie, C., & Fefer, S. Parent consultation for youth with autism: A service learning approach. (2012, February). Paper presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 

  1. Raffaele Mendez, L., Dennie, C., Mann, A., Fefer, S., & Land, N. Cognitive-behavioral therapy for youth on the autism spectrum. (2012, February). Paper presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 

  1. Raffaele Mendez, L., Mann, A., Dennie, C., Fefer, S., & Land, N. Cognitive behavioral interventions for youth on the autism spectrum. (2011, October). Skills Building session given at the annual meeting of the Florida Association of School Psychologists, Champions Gate, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A., Heggeli, K., Perth, J., & Fisak, B. The relation between parent worry and adolescent worry. (2011, March). Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Jacksonville, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A., Raffaele Mendez, L., & Fefer, S. Supporting students with autism spectrum disorders: Classroom Interventions. (2011, February). Mini-Skills session given at the annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, San Francisco, California.

 

  1. Mann, A., Fefer, S., & Raffaele Mendez, L. Serving the needs of girls with autism spectrum disorders. (2011, February). Presentation given at the annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, San Francisco, California.

 

  1. Mann, A., Raffaele Mendez, L., & Fefer, S. Best practices in academic interventions for children with autism Spectrum Disorders. (2010, November). Workshop given at the annual meeting of the Florida Association of School Psychologists, Miami, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A., Fefer, S., Raffaele Mendez, L., Land, N., Dennie, C., & Reed, K. EmPOWERment: Providing for teen girls on the spectrum. (2010, November.) Presentation given at the annual meeting of the Florida Association of School Psychologists, Miami, Florida.

 

  1. Fefer, S., Raffaele Mendez, L., & Mann, A. Promoting wellness on the spectrum: What families want and need. (2010, November).Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Florida Association of School Psychologists, Miami, Florida.

 

  1. Raffaele Mendez, L.M., Loker, T., Saari, B., Cihonski, D., Fefer, S., Sundman, A., Frey, M., Mann, A., Matthews, Y., Sharp, A., & Hoy, B. (2010, March). Coparenting among couples raising young children with challenging behaviors. Presentation given at the annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, Chicago, Illinois.

 

  1. Mann, A., Ressa, K., & Rhodes, A. (2009, October). Evidence-based strategies for teaching social skills to students with ASD: Being a behavioral detective. Skills Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Florida Association of School Psychologists, Saint Petersburg, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A., Ressa, K., & Rhodes, R. (2009, September). Behavioral detective social skills camp for children with high functioning autism and Asperger’s syndrome: Further Analysis. Symposium paper presented for presentation at the annual meeting of the Florida Association of Behavior Analysis, Daytona, Florida.

 

  1. Fisak, B., Mann, A., Richard, D., Celesti, C., Schulyer, A., & Thacker, A. (2008, November). A meta-analysis of targeted child and adolescent anxiety prevention programs. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Orlando, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A., Richard, D., Schuyler, A., McLane, S., & Fisak, B. (2008, November). A meta-analysis of universal child and adolescent anxiety prevention programs. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Orlando, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A., Ressa, K., & Rhodes, R. (2008, July). Behavioral detective social skills camp for children with high functioning autism and Asperger’s syndrome: A pilot study. Symposium paper presented at the annual meeting of the Florida Association of Behavior Analysis, Coconut Point, Florida.

 

  1. Asberg, K., Mann, A., & Fisak, B. (2007, November). The development and validation of the learning of worry scale (LOWS). Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 

  1. Mann, A., & Fisak, B. (2007, November). The specificity of learning experiences contributing to panic, worry, and social fears: examination of a university student sample. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 

 

INVITED/NON-REFEREED PRESENTATIONS           † invited presentation

 

  1. †Mann, A. (2017, September). Ending the School-to-Prison Pipeline in Florida. Keynote presentation given to the Florida Association of Student Services Administrators.

 

  1. †Mann, A. (2017, April). Trauma and the school-to-prison pipeline. Peer learning exchange sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Adminstration (SAMHSA), national webinar.

 

  1. †Mann, A. (2017, April). Florida, the school-to-prison pipeline, & the critical shortage of school psychologists. Workshop presentation sponsored by the Northeast Florida Association of School Psychologists, Jacksonville, Florida.

 

  1. †Mann, A. (2017, March). Ending the school-to-prison pipeline through prevention and intervention. Workshop presentation sponsored by the Florida Association of School Psychologists Northeast Region, Daytona Beach, Florida.

 

  1. †Mann, A. (2017, January). Florida, the school-to-prison pipeline, & the critical shortage of school psychologists. Workshop presentation sponsored by the Institute for Small and Rural Districts, Gainesville, Florida.

 

  1. †Mann, A. (2016, November). Florida & the school-to-prison pipeline: Addressing implicit bias in schools. Workshop presentation sponsored by the Florida Association of School Psychologists, Palm Harbor, Florida.

 

  1. †Mann, A. (2016, October). Rethinking classroom management. Webinar workshop presentation sponsored by Teaching Tolerance.

 

  1. Mann, (2015, January). Moving youth with challenging behaviors from defiant to compliant in secondary schools.   Workshop presented to the deans of discipline at Duval County Public Schools, Jacksonville, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, (2015, January). Moving youth with challenging behaviors from defiant to compliant.   Workshop presentation sponsored by the Northeast Florida School Psychology Association, Jacksonville, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A. (2015, August). From defiance to compliance: Supporting youth with challenging behaviors. Workshop presentation sponsored by the Southeast Florida School Psychology Association, Fort Myers, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A. (2013, July). Bullying and youth on the spectrum. Workshop presentation at the annual Autism Summer Institute, University of South Florida Summer Autism Institute, St. Petersburg, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A. (2012, August). Bullying and youth on the spectrum. Workshop presentation at the annual Autism Summer Institute, University of South Florida Summer Autism Institute, St. Petersburg, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A. (2011, August). Classroom interventions for supporting students with autism spectrum disorders. Skills Building workshop presented to school staff at Terrace Community Charter School, Tampa, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A., Ressa, K., Landers, E., & Rhodes, A. (2011, June). Creating behavioral detectives: Teaching social skills to students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Skills Building workshop presented to Duval County Public Schools staff and professionals, families, and other community service providers at the Summer Autism Academy, Jacksonville, Florida.

 

  1. Mann, A. (2011, April). Classroom interventions for supporting students with autism spectrum disorders. Training presented to school staff at Fox Hollow Elementary School, New Port Richey, Florida.

 

  1. Wright, G. & Mann, A. (2010, January). Building community in the classroom: Including students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Skills Workshop presentation at the annual meeting of the Florida Centers for Autism & Related Disabilities, Lake Mary, Florida.

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