Publications

Sharon Carnahan, PhD

 

A sample of Carnahan's scholarship is given below. For a full list, see the CV.

 

Selected Papers and Chapters

Carnahan, S., and Katz, R. (2006). Six Steps to Screening Success: Implementing a developmental screening program in your community based program. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes.

Carnahan, S., and Katz, R. (2006). The Ages and Stages Questionnaire Manager: A Database for the ASQ in Community Based Programs. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes.

Carnahan, S., and Jurie, C. (2004). Making a Difference: Screening, assessment and curriculum. Research profiles and multimedia training guide. Available from the Florida Children's Forum, 2807 Remington Green Circle, Tallahassee, FL 32308.

Carnahan, S. (2003). Screening Children's Development for School Readiness: Curriculum and Student Workbook. In review.

Poole, D., Nelson, J., Carnahan, S., Chepenik, N., and Tubiak, C. (2000). Evaluating performance measurement systems in nonprofit agencies: The Program Accountability Readiness Scale (PAQS). American Journal of Evaluation, 21 (1).

Carnahan, S., (1998, 1999, 2001). Third, Fourth, Fifth annual reports of the Healthy Families Orange Evaluation Project. Unpublished manuscripts.

Carnahan, S, Nelson, C., and Gordon, T. (1999). A community-based approach to preventing child maltreatment. In R. Roberts and P. Magrab (Eds.), Where children live: Solutions for serving young children and their families. New York: Ablex.

 

Presentations

Carnahan, S., Pita, M., and Somogie, S. (2009). Measuring Quality in After School Care Programs: A Community Based Evaluation. Poster presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans.

Pita, M., and Carnahan, S. (2008). After-School Program Improvement through Intervention and Goal-Setting Applications. Paper presented at the Florida Institute on Service-Learning & Engaged Scholarship, Orlando.

Carnahan, S., and Doyle, D. (2008). Good Neighbors: A Laboratory Preschool Teaches Undergraduates In Line with the College Mission. Paper presented at the National Coalition of Campus Children's Centers (NCCCC). Washington, D.C.: March

Carnahan, S (2005) (February). Developmental Screening: Guidelines for Bilingual Children and Professionals. Invited workshop presented to the National Association of English Speaking Therapists, (NEST), Barcelona, Spain.

Carnahan, S. (2004) (May). Screening and assessment of infants and toddlers. Invited address to the Florida Statewide Early Learning Symposium, Buena Vista, FL.

Carnahan, S., and Katz, R. (2004). (February). Screen for Success: Establishing a developmental screening program in child care centers. Workshop presented at the Florida Children's Forum Conference on Screening, Assessment and Curriculum. Daytona Beach, FL.

Carnahan, S. (2004). (February). Collaborate, Don't Compete! (Why Public Schools and Private Child Care Providers Should Work Together for Universal Pre K). Invited address to the Florida Children's Forum Conference on Screening, Assessment and Curriculum. Daytona Beach, Fl.

 

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Sharon Carnahan
Professor of Psychology

Bush 323
E-mail: scarnahan@rollins.edu
T. 407.646.2548

 

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