Publications

Scholarly Journals--Published

  • Mobile device usage and joint engagement in typical and language disordered preschoolers. Fox, M.B., & Mainess, K.J. (2018). Mobile device usage and joint engagement in typical and language disordered preschoolers. Journal of Child Language Acquisition and Development (JCLAD), 6(3), 89-108. (09/2018)
  • Antioxidants and autism: Teachers’ perceptions of behavioral changes. Advances in Mind-body Medicine Sadek, A., Berk, L.S., Mainess, K., & Daher, N.S. (Summer, 2018). Antioxidants and autism: Teachers’ perceptions of behavioral changes. Advances in Mind-body Medicine. 32(3), 12-17. (06/2018)
  • Clinical assessment of pragmatics (CAPs): A validation study of a video-based test of pragmatic language in adolescent students Lavi, A., Mainess, K., & Daher, N. (2016). Clinical assessment of pragmatics (CAPs): A validation study of a video-based test of pragmatic language in adolescent students. Autism Open Access 6(2) 172. DOI:10.4172/2165-7890.1000172 (04/2016)
  • Improving Pragmatics in Nonverbal Children with Autism Using Melodic Based Communication Therapy Sandiford, G.A., Mainess, K. J., & Daher, N.S. (2013). Improving Pragmatics in Nonverbal Children with Autism Using Melodic Based Communication Therapy. Autism, 3: 116. DOI:10.4172/2165-7890.1000116 (11/2013)
  •  A pilot study on the efficacy of melodic-based communication therapy for eliciting speech in nonverbal children with autism. Sandiford, G.A., Mainess, K. J., & Daher, N. S. (2012). A pilot study on the efficacy of melodic-based communication therapy for eliciting speech in nonverbal children with autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, DOI 10.1007/s10803-012-1672-z (10/2012)
  • African American Children Champion, T. & Mainess, K. (2003).  African American Children.  In A. McCabe & L. Bliss (Eds.), Patterns of Narrative Discourse; A Multicultural, Life Span Approach.  Boston:  Allyn & Bacon. (11/2003)
  • Telling the unknown story Mainess, K., Champion, T., & McCabe, A (2002).  Telling the unknown story. Linguistics and Education, 13 (2), 151-173. (11/2002)