The EBP Quarterly - 2020 (Volume 5, Number 1)

EBP Quarterly

Transition Planning for Students with Autism and Intellectual Disability: A Review of Research

  • Jane Roitsch* and Annemarie L. Horn
    Department of Communication Disorders & Special Education
    Old Dominion University

Crime Analysis as Part of the Evidence-Based Policing Toolkit: Implementation, Integration, and Practical Use

  • Teresina G. Robbins
    University of New Haven

Does Procedural Justice Training of Law Enforcement Officers “Work”?

  • Jill T. Ruggiero
    University of New Haven

BIASED: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do

  • Jennifer Eberhardt (2019), New York, United States: Viking Press, 340 pages, ISBN 9780735224933
    Book Review by Paul Klee, University of New Haven

EBP Quarterly Editor: David L. Myers, PhD, University of New Haven

Publisher: Joyfields Institute

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  • By streamlining education and staff development for efficient capacity building
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