Literacy Education Professor Manuscript Recognition
May 11, 2018
In celebration of the academic journal Reading Writing 30 years of publication, Reading and Writing recognized the five most highly cited manuscripts. Dr. Barth’s 2015 publication was recognized as one of the top five cited manuscripts.
Barth, A.E., Barnes, M.A., Francis, D., York, M., & Vaughn, S. (2015). Bridging inferences among adequate and struggling adolescent comprehenders and relations to reading comprehension. Reading and Writing, 28, 587-609. PMCID: PMC4496006
During the 2017-2018 academic year, Barth successfully published several journal articles supporting reading intervention protocols including:
Barth, A.E., & Elleman, A. (2017). Evaluating the Impact of a Multi-Strategy Inference Intervention for Middle Grade Struggling Readers. Journal of Speech, Language, Hearing Services in Schools, 1-11. NIHMS ID: NIHMS812392
Solís, M., Scammacca, N., Barth, A. E., & Roberts, G. J. (2017). Text-based Vocabulary Intervention Training Study: Supporting Fourth Graders with Low Reading Comprehension and Learning Disabilities. Learning Disabilities--A Contemporary Journal, 15(1), 103-115 NIHMSID: 886604.
Kavish N, Vaughn MG, Cho E, Barth A, Boutwell B, Vaughn S, Capin P, Stillman S, Martinez L. (2017). Physiological Arousal and Juvenile Psychopathy: Is Low Resting Heart Rate Associated with Affective Dimensions? Psychiatric Quarterly, 88(1), 103-114. PMCID: PMC5102812.
Congratulations to Dr. Amy Barth on her outstanding contributions to literacy research and intervention practices.
BVU School of Education