Student Success Skills Outcome Research

    Refereed Articles in Professional Journals: Student Success Skills K-12 model
      Lemberger, M.,Selig, J., Bowers, H., & Rogers, J. (2015). Effects of the student success skills program on the executive functioning skills, feelings of connectedness, and academic acheivement in in a predominantly hispanic, low-income middle school district. Journal of Counseling and Development, 93, 25-36.

      Villares, E., Colvin, K.,
Carey, J., Webb, L., Brigman, G., & Harrington, K. (2015). Convergent and divergent validity of the student engagement in school success skills survey,4:5, 541-552 ,doi:10.15241/ev.4.5.541 Article published online: November 2014

      Brigman, G., Wells, C., Webb, L., Villares, E., Carey, J., & Harrington, K. (2015). Psychometric properties and confirmatory factor analysis of the Student Engagement in School Success Skills survey. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development. 48: 3 (originally published online 29 July 2014 DOI: 10.1177/0748175614544545)

      Mariani, M., Webb, L., Villares, E., & Brigman, G. (2015). Effects of participation in student success skills on pro-social and bullying behavior. The Professional Counselor.

      Carey, J., Brigman, G., Webb, L., Villares, E., & Harrington, K. (2014). Development of an instrument to measure student use of academic success skills: An exploratory factor analysis. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development. Retrieved from doi: 10.1177/0748175613505622.

      Lemberger, M. E., Brigman, G., Webb., L., & Moore, M. M. (2013). Student Success Skills: An evidence-based cognitive and social change theory for student achievement. Journal of Education, 192, 89-100.

      Brigman, G., Villares, E., & Webb, L. (2013). The efficacy of individual psychology approaches for improving student achievement and behavior. Journal of Individual Psychology

      Lemberger, M & Clemens, E. (2012). Connectedness and Self-Regulation as Constructs of the Student Success Skills Program in Inner-City African American Elementary School Students. Journal of Counseling and Development, 90, 450-458.

      Brigman, G., Lemberger, M. E., & Moore, M. (2012). Striving to evince educational excellence: Measures for Adlerian counselors to demonstrate an impact on school-age youth. Journal of Individual Psychology.

      Villares, E., Frain, M., Brigman, G.,Webb, L., & Peluso, P. (2012). The Impact of Student Success Skills on Standardized Test Scores: A Meta-Analysis Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation, 2150137811434041

      Brigman, G., Villares, E., & Webb, L. (2011). The efficacy of individual psychology approaches for improving student achievement and behavior. Journal of Individual Psychology

      Leon, A., Villares, E., Brigman, G., Webb, L., & Peluso, P. (2011). Closing the Achievement Gap of Hispanic Students: A School Counseling Response. Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation, 2, 73-86. doi 10.1177/2150137811400731

      Villares, E., Lemberger, M., & Brigman, G. (2011). Student Success Skills: An Evidence-Based School Counseling Program Grounded in Humanistic Theory. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development, 50, 1.

      Leon, A., Villares, E., Brigman, G., Webb, L., & Peluso, P.(2011). Closing the Achievement Gap of Hispanic Students: A School Counseling Response. Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation, 2, 73-86. doi 10.1177/2150137811400731

      Villares, E., Brigman, G., & Maier, A. (2010). Student Success Skills: Building Quality Worlds and Advocatingfor School Counseling Programs. International Journal of Choice Theory and Reality Therapy, (1)

      Villares, E., Brigman, G., & Peluso, P. (2008). Ready to Learn: An evidence-based Individual Psychology linked curriculum for prekindergarten through first grade. Journal of Individual Psychology,64(4), 386-402.

      Brigman, G. & Webb, L. (2008). Education: An Individual Psychology approach to school consultation. Journal of Individual Psychology,64(4), 506-515.

      Webb, L., Lemberger, M., & Brigman, G. (2008). Student Success Skills: A review of a research based school counselor intervention influenced by Individual Psychology. Journal of Individual Psychology,64(3), 339-352.

      Brigman, G., Webb, L. (2007). Student Success Skills: Impacting achievement through large and small group work Journal of Group Dynamics: Theory, Research and Practice, 11(4), 283-292.

      Webb, L. & Brigman, G. (2007). Student Success Skills: A structured group intervention for school counselors. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 32, 190-201.

      Miranda, A., Webb, L. Brigman, G. & Peluso, P. (2007). Student Success Skills: A promising approach to closing the academic achievement gap for African American and Latino students. Professional School Counseling, 10, 490-497.

      Brigman, G., Webb, L. & Campbell, C. (2007). Building skills for school success:
      Improving the academic and social competence of students. Professional School Counseling, 10, 279-288.

      Webb, L. & Brigman, G. (2006). Student Success Skills: Tools and strategies for improved academic and social outcomes. Professional School Counseling, 10, 112-120.

      Brigman, G. (2006). Research methods in school counseling: A summary for the practitioner. Professional School Counseling, 9, 421-425.

      Webb. L., Brigman, G. & Campbell, C. (2005). Linking school counselors and student success: A replication of the Student Success Skills approach targeting the academic & social competence of students. Professional School Counseling, 8, 407-411.

      Campbell, C., & Brigman, G. (2005). Closing the achievement gap: A structured approach togroup counseling. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 30, 67-82.

      Brigman, G. & Campbell, C. (2003). Helping student improve academic achievement and school success behavior. Professional School Counseling, 7.

      Brigman, G. & Webb, L. (2003). Ready to learn: Teaching kindergarten students school success skills. Journal of Educational Research, 96, 286-292.

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