We study how attention, behaviour, and cognitions interact in children, parents, and teachers, with the goal of improving the accessibility and effectiveness of assessments and interventions for children. Much of our research has focused on children with inattentiveness and/or hyperactivity/impulsivity.

Current lines of research focus on:
(1) how characteristics of children and important adults relate to their perceptions of themselves, others, and interventions
(2) how the cognitions of these children and adults are associated with evaluation and intervention outcomes in home and school settings
(3) whether additional components of assessment need to be considered in enhancing evaluation
(4) how to improve the accessibility of evidence-based mental health practices across settings in current systems of care

Feel free to browse this site for more information regarding our research team, prospective students, our parent-child study, and how to participate in our research studies.