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Using Data to Intensify Behavioral Interventions for Individual Students

Lee Kern, Joseph H. Wehby
2014 Teaching Exceptional Children  
Wehby Data-Based Individualization "Highland High Five Expectations" are Be Ready, Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be Safe, and Be Kind. student responsiveness.  ...  0040059914522970Council for Exceptional ChildrenTeaching Exceptional Children | Month XXXX research-article2014 Using Data to Intensify Behavioral Interventions for Individual Students Lee Kern and Joseph H.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0040059914522970 fatcat:apirlnepwfbaplum43nsqasypa

gamma-Butyrobetaine hydroxylase and the protective role of glutathione peroxidase

N S Punekar, R S Wehbie, H A Lardy
1987 Journal of Biological Chemistry  
The selenoenzyme glutathione peroxidase in the presence of GSH effectively replaced catalase in the in vitro assay for gamma-butyrobetaine hydroxylase. Quantitatively, glutathione peroxidase was an order of magnitude more efficient than catalase, with maximal activity at less than 0.1 microM glutathione peroxidase in a standard reaction. Glutathione peroxidase prevented the loss of gamma-butyrobetaine hydroxylase during preliminary incubation with ferrous ions but without other substrates as
more » ... l as in the course of the reaction. Regardless of whether glutathione peroxidase or catalase was present in the assay, the ascorbate concentrations needed to achieve half-maximal rates were similar (about 1 mM). Phosphate stimulated the rate of L-carnitine synthesis. Ferrous ion saturation indicated a pronounced effect of phosphate on the maximal velocity of the enzyme-catalyzed reaction, but its mechanism of action remains to be elucidated. Based on the subcellular distribution of gamma-butyrobetaine hydroxylase, catalase, and glutathione peroxidase, the role of glutathione peroxidase assumes importance. However, initial studies indicated that the assayable activity of liver gamma-butyrobetaine hydroxylase and L-carnitine concentrations in liver, blood plasma, and muscle were not significantly altered in selenium-deficient rats.
pmid:3571282 fatcat:v2ss4kg7hzcyhmnhlwd5e6ae2i

Academic Instruction for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

Joseph H. Wehby, Kathleen L. Lane, Katherine B. Falk
2003 Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders  
About the Authors JOSEPH H. WEHBY, PhD, is an assistant professor of special education at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University.  ...  Her research interests include reading instruction with stu- J O U R N A L O F E M O T I O N A L A N D B E H A V I O R A L D I S O R D E R S , W I N T E R 2 0 0 3 , V O L . 1 1 , N O . 4  ... 
doi:10.1177/10634266030110040101 fatcat:d5d3q7y2tfbzfp3tgbit3dg24m

Effects of high-probability requests on the latency to initiate academic tasks

J H Wehby, M S Hollahan
2000 Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis  
Data were collected during daily 20-min sessions using the MOOSES software program on a laptop computer (Tapp, Wehby, & Ellis, 1995) . These sessions were conducted Monday through Friday for a to-  ...  Address correspondence to Joseph H. Wehby, Department of Special Education, Box 328, Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee 37202. METHOD Participant and Setting.  ...  WEHBY PEABODY COLLEGE OF VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY AND M. STEPHANIE HOLLAHAN METROPOLITAN NASHVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS  ... 
doi:10.1901/jaba.2000.33-259 pmid:10885536 pmcid:PMC1284247 fatcat:tmzawzeuwvad3joomtmpccg6ge

Monitoring Academic and Social Skills in Elementary School

Paul Caldarella, Ross A. A. Larsen, Leslie Williams, Joseph H. Wehby, Howard Wills, Debra Kamps
2016 Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions  
., 2003; Wehby & Kern, 2014) .  ...  This is important given the need for brief, behavioral progress monitoring measures as part of PBIS (Wehby & Kern, 2014) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/1098300716665081 fatcat:cct5a335mffabja54bqrmqwaoq

Molecular Basis of Sulfite Oxidase Deficiency from the Structure of Sulfite Oxidase

Caroline Kisker, Hermann Schindelin, Andrew Pacheco, William A Wehbi, Robert M Garrett, K.V Rajagopalan, John H Enemark, D.C Rees
1997 Cell  
0.077 (0.212) 0.060 (0.160) 0.056 (0.115) 0.060 (0.117) 0.088 (0.164) 0.057 (0.120) 0.082 (0.198) R deriv - - 0.166 0.237 0.142 0.140 0.153 No. of Sites - - 4 8 4 1 3 Sites - - A-D A-H  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0092-8674(00)80488-2 pmid:9428520 fatcat:77zd2xv2uvavzfefzb75eafsc4

Reading Instruction for Elementary-Age Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders: Academic and Behavioral Outcomes

Sally M. Barton-Arwood, Joseph H. Wehby, Katherine B. Falk
2005 Exceptional children  
., Babyak, Koorland, & Mathes, 2000; Cochran, Feng, Cartledge, & Hamilton, 1993; Falk & Wehby, 2001; Wehby, Falk, Barton-Arwood, Lane, & Cooley, 2003) .  ...  LIMITATIONS O F T H E STUDY Several identified limitations may have influenced study outcomes. First, the three baselines were not similar in terms of reading instruction.  ... 
doi:10.1177/001440290507200101 fatcat:oumuwgjgibc2fipjk3mdgaiciu

The Peptidoglycan-Binding Protein FimV Promotes Assembly of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa Type IV Pilus Secretin

H. Wehbi, E. Portillo, H. Harvey, A. E. Shimkoff, E. M. Scheurwater, P. L. Howell, L. L. Burrows
2010 Journal of Bacteriology  
Cells were harvested after 3 to 4 h.  ...  The pilQ mutant was included as a negative control. 546 WEHBI ET AL. J. BACTERIOL. were reduced when the LysM motif was deleted (Fig. 6D) .  ... 
doi:10.1128/jb.01048-10 pmid:21097635 pmcid:PMC3019827 fatcat:bae5wxdyjva6fp4jjxpgalp5q4

Teacher Expectations of Students' Classroom Behavior across the Grade Span: Which Social Skills are Necessary for Success?

Kathleen L. Lane, Joseph H. Wehby, Cristy Cooley
2006 Exceptional children  
T: This study explored teachers' (H = 717) expectations of student behavior along school level (elementary vs. middle vs. high), pro-am type (general vs. special education), and school type (high risk  ...  In a recent study by Lane, Wehby, Robertson, and Barton-Arwood (2005) , three high schools that were participating in a federally-funded grant to study PBS at the secondary level participated in a yearlong  ... 
doi:10.1177/001440290607200202 fatcat:tb4hhs364zbjfomnv3ipovjkfm

Teaching Stimulus Control via Class-Wide Multiple Schedules of Reinforcement in Public Elementary School Classrooms

Jessica N. Torelli, Blair P. Lloyd, Claire A. Diekman, Joseph H. Wehby
2016 Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions  
We used tablets with Multi-Option Observation System for Experimental Studies (MOOSES; Tapp, Wehby, & Ellis, 1995) software to collect timed-event data on dependent and independent variables (i.e., procedural  ... 
doi:10.1177/1098300716632878 fatcat:zw5m6bxwfzerdcybq3da3buuoq

Promoting autistic children's peer interaction in an integrated early childhood setting using affection activities

M A McEvoy, V M Nordquist, S Twardosz, K A Heckaman, J H Wehby, R K Denny
1988 Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis  
Group affection activities were used to increase the interaction of three autistic children with their nonhandicapped peers in an integrated early childhood setting. Peer interaction increased during free play when the affection activities were conducted, but not when similar activities without the affection component were used. This interaction induded initiations by both the autistic and nonhandicapped children, with reciprocal interactions occurring more frequently with nonhandicapped peers who had participated in the affection activities.
doi:10.1901/jaba.1988.21-193 pmid:3417581 pmcid:PMC1286111 fatcat:6xh5fmwtjfgepp4zw2u4gwkbxu

Predicting the Risk of Breakthrough Urinary Tract Infections: Primary Vesicoureteral Reflux

Guy Hidas, John Billimek, Alexander Nam, Tandis Soltani, Maryellen S. Kelly, Blake Selby, Crystal Dorgalli, Elias Wehbi, Irene McAleer, Gordon McLorie, Sheldon Greenfield, Sherrie H. Kaplan (+1 others)
2015 Journal of Urology  
Purpose: We constructed a risk prediction instrument stratifying patients with primary vesicoureteral reflux into groups according to their 2-year probability of breakthrough urinary tract infection. Materials and Methods: Demographic and clinical information was retrospectively collected in children diagnosed with primary vesicoureteral reflux and followed for 2 years. Bivariate and binary logistic regression analyses were performed to identify factors associated with breakthrough urinary
more » ... infection. The final regression model was used to compute an estimation of the 2-year probability of breakthrough urinary tract infection for each subject. Accuracy of the binary classifier for breakthrough urinary tract infection was evaluated using receiver operator curve analysis. Three distinct risk groups were identified. The model was then validated in a prospective cohort. Results: A total of 252 bivariate analyses showed that high grade (IV or V) vesicoureteral reflux (OR 9.4, 95% CI 3.8e23.5, p <0.001), presentation after urinary tract infection (OR 5.3, 95% CI 1.1e24.7, p ¼ 0.034) and female gender (OR 2.6, 95% CI 0.097e7.11, p <0.054) were important risk factors for breakthrough urinary tract infection. Subgroup analysis revealed bladder and bowel dysfunction was a significant risk factor more pronounced in low grade (I to III) vesicoureteral reflux (OR 2.8, p ¼ 0.018). The estimation model was applied for prospective validation, which demonstrated predicted vs actual 2-year breakthrough urinary tract infection rates of 19% vs 21%. Stratifying the patients into 3 risk groups based on parameters in the risk model showed 2-year risk for breakthrough urinary tract infection was 8.6%, 26.0% and 62.5% in the low, intermediate and high risk groups, respectively. Conclusions: This proposed risk stratification and probability model allows prediction of 2-year risk of patient breakthrough urinary tract infection to better inform parents of possible outcomes and treatment strategies.
doi:10.1016/j.juro.2015.06.019 pmid:26066405 fatcat:wbgymyl56bgr5ccbdkmi5n7qky

Using Teacher Praise and Opportunities to Respond to Promote Appropriate Student Behavior

Tara C. Moore Partin, Rachel E. Robertson, Daniel M. Maggin, Regina M. Oliver, Joseph H. Wehby
2009 Preventing School Failure: Alternative Education for Children and Youth  
Joseph H. Wehby is an associate professor of special education at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University.  ...  , Lane, & Falk, 2003; Wehby, Symons, Canale, & Go, 1998) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/10459880903493179 fatcat:nenwzwheuvfpfhlwaq73vynifa

Effects of CW-FIT on Teachers' Ratings of Elementary School Students at Risk for Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

Paul Caldarella, Ross A. A. Larsen, Leslie Williams, Howard Wills, Debra Kamps, Joseph H. Wehby
2017 Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions  
Wehby, J. (2017) . Effects of CW-FIT on teachers' ratings of elementary school students at risk for emotional and behavioral disorders. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions.  ...  neutral cues as hostile and use poor problem-solving skills, resulting in antisocial behaviors that make it difficult to develop adaptive relationships with peers and teachers (Gresham, 2002; Lane, Wehby  ...  Direct observations of students were conducted by trained research staff using the Multi-Option Observation System for Experimental Studies (MOOSES; Tapp, Wehby, & Ellis, 1995) , a computer software program  ... 
doi:10.1177/1098300717723353 fatcat:uplzpiklkzhbbmnkjvt4pgbnwa

Teacher Praise-to-Reprimand Ratios: Behavioral Response of Students at Risk for EBD Compared with Typically Developing Peers

Paul Caldarella, Ross A. A. Larsen, Leslie Williams, Howard P. Wills, Joseph H. Wehby
2019 Education and Treatment of Children  
A PRR of approximately 9:1 was needed for students at risk for EBD to Pages 447-468 448 CALDARELLA, LARSEN, WILLIAMS, WILLS, AND WEHBY approximate the engagement levels of their typically developing peers  ...  However, ironically students with EBD typically receive less teacher praise and more teacher reprimands (Rathel et al., 2014; Sutherland & Wehby, 2001) , unless intervention is applied.  ...  To confirm SSBD and SSIS results, researchers then directly observed those consented students using the Multi-Option Observational System for Experimental Studies (MOOSES; Tapp, Wehby, & Ellis, 1995)  ... 
doi:10.1353/etc.2019.0021 fatcat:doaefuz4ajbmloa62i6whrtqpu
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