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Aria E. Fiat, PhD

  • Pediatric Psychologist, Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology
  • Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics


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NIH Toolbox executive function measures with developmental extensions: Reliability and validity with preschoolers in emergency housing. Distefano, R; Fiat, AE; Merrick, JS; Slotkin, J; Zelazo, PD; Carlson, SM; Masten, AS. Child Neuropsychology. 2021; 27:709-717.

Wise Feedback as a Timely Intervention for At-Risk Students Transitioning Into High School. Thayer, AJ; Cook, CR; Fiat, AE; Bartlett-Chase, MN; Kember, JM. School Psychology Review. 2018; 47:275-290.

Cultivating Positive Teacher–Student Relationships: Preliminary Evaluation of the Establish–Maintain–Restore (EMR) Method. Cook, CR; Coco, S; Zhang, Y; Fiat, AE; Duong, MT; Renshaw, TL; Long, AC; Frank, S. School Psychology Review. 2018; 47:226-243.

Positive Greetings at the Door: Evaluation of a Low-Cost, High-Yield Proactive Classroom Management Strategy. Cook, CR; Fiat, A; Larson, M; Daikos, C; Slemrod, T; Holland, EA; Thayer, AJ; Renshaw, T. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions. 2018; 20:149-159.

Addressing Discipline Disparities for Black Male Students: Linking Malleable Root Causes to Feasible and Effective Practices. Cook, CR; Duong, MT; McIntosh, K; Fiat, AE; Larson, M; Pullmann, MD; McGinnis, J. School Psychology Review. 2018; 47:135-152.

Stressed Teachers Don’t Make Good Implementers: Examining the Interplay Between Stress Reduction and Intervention Fidelity. Larson, M; Cook, CR; Fiat, A; Lyon, AR. School Mental Health. 2018; 10:61-76.

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