CDS scholars author books and book chapters each year that span the disability field. Recent offerings have focused on diversity and disclosure on college campuses, social and emotional learning, and communication interventions for individuals with severe disabilities. Explore them, and others, below.
- Eisenman, L. T. & Celestin, S. (2012). Social skills, supports, and networks in adolescent transition education In M. Wehmeyer & K. Webb (Eds.), Handbook of adolescent transition education for youth with disabilities. (pp. 223-232) New York: Routledge.
- Bear, G. G. (2012). Self-discipline as a protective asset In S. Brock, P. Lazarus, & S. Jimerson (Eds.), Best practices in crisis prevention and intervention in the schools (2nd Edition). (pp. 27-54) Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.
- Engel, A. L., Holman, K. C., & Barthold, C. H. (2011). School success for kids with autism. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.
- Eisenman, L. T. & Mancini, K. (2010). College perspectives and issues In M. Grigat & D. Hart (Eds.), Think College!: Post-secondary Education Options for Students with Intellectual Disabilities. (pp. 161-188) Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing Co.
- Bear, G. G. (2010). School discipline and self-discipline: A practical guide to promoting pro-social student behavior. New York: Guilford Press.