The study examines how alcohol consumption may impact competition between young adult men and women who are in a romantic relationship.
The Center for Intervention Research in Schools (CIRS) team has many new and ongoing projects. Check out the projects and research on this page to learn more about the center and our initiatives, as well as ways you can get involved.
Alcohol and Couples Study
Beacon is an intuitively designed, web-based intervention support system that provides educators, intervention specialists and school-based mental health professionals the tools needed for a wide variety of high quality behavior supports.
Bridges to Education Success for Teens
The Bridges to Education Success for Teens (BEST) project is evaluation of the Challenging Horizons Program for high school students with ADHD.
Challenging Horizons Program
The Challenging Horizons Program (CHP) is a psychosocial intervention program designed to address the academic and social impairments commonly experienced by middle school students with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Classroom Behavior Support Project
The CIRS team is assessing the effectiveness of several professional development and consultation strategies to determine which best help teachers implement high quality Tier 1 and Tier 2 behavioral supports and produce positive outcomes for students.
Computer Assisted Behavior Interventions
Computer Assisted Behavior Interventions (CABI) is a collaborative project that involves developing a web-based game to augment the treatments provided in the Challenging Horizons Program for middle school students with ADHD.
Daily Report Card
The Daily Report Card – Online (DRC.O) is a website that provides resources to teachers interested in developing a Daily Report Card, and it includes training and implementation supports.
Early Childhood Screening
The Early Childhood Screening Project focuses on finding ways to better identify children who are at-risk for experiencing behavioral difficulties in pre-k, kindergarten and beyond.
The goal of this project is to develop and evaluate innovative resources that help teachers use positive behavioral supports to meet the diverse needs of their students.
Individual Formative Assessment of Behavior
The Individual Formative Assessment of Behavior (IFAB) is a development and validation of a web-based system for monitoring social behavior.
Making Socially Accepting Classrooms
The Making Socially Accepting Inclusive Classrooms (MOSAIC) project aimed to help children be more inclusive, socially accepting, patient and tolerant of classmates who may be different from them or who may be dealing with behavioral or learning problems.
Project to Learn About Youth Mental Health
Project to Learn About Youth (PLAY) Mental Health aimed to identify the rates of social, emotional and behavioral problems in youth ages 5 –17 by conducting research at four sites across the country.
Are you an undergraduate and prospective graduate student interested in engaging child-focused research? Learn more about how you can get involved with the Center for Intervention Research in Schools on the Student Research Opportunities page.