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CURRICULUM VITAE

Nicholas D. Young PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

OFFICE ADDRESS:
Children's Hospital
9000 W Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53226


BIBLIOGRAPHY
Refereed Journal Publications/Original Papers
1. Young ND, Takala CR. Sequential Screening to Improve Behavioral Health Needs Detection in Primary Care. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2018 Aug;57(8):603-609.
2. Gabriels RL, Shah JS, Young ND, Gralla J, Goldson EJ. Picture-Schedule Reinforcement Intervention for Children With Autism Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities. 3 April 2018;11(2):173-174.
3. Daly EJ, Hess PM, Sommerhalder M, Strong W, Johnsen M, O’Connor MA, Young ND. Examination of a Regressive Prompt-Delay Procedure for Improving Sight-Word Reading Journal of Behavioral Education. 1 September 2016;25(3):275-289.
4. Young ND, Daly EJ. Effects of Performance Criteria during Reading Instruction on Generalized Oral Reading Fluency Behavioral Interventions. 1 July 2016;31(3):291-299.
5. Young ND, Daly EJ. An Evaluation of Prompting and Reinforcement for Training Visual Analysis Skills Journal of Behavioral Education. 1 March 2016;25(1):95-119.
6. Andersen MN, Daly EJ, Young ND. Examination of a one-trial brief experimental analysis to identify reading fluency interventions Psychology in the Schools. April 2013;50(4):403-414.
7. Kupzyk S, Daly EJ, Ihlo T, Young ND. Modifying instruction within tiers in multitiered intervention programs Psychology in the Schools. March 2012;49(3):219-230.
8. Young ND, Mathews BL, Pan AY, Herndon JL, Bleck AA. Warm handoff, or cold shoulder? An analysis of handoffs for primary care behavioral health consultation on patient engagement and systems utilization Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology. September 2020;8(3):241-246.
9. Diaz R, Walker RJ, Lu K, Weston BW, Young N, Fumo N, Hilgeman B. The relationship between adverse childhood experiences, the frequency and acuity of emergency department utilization and primary care engagement. Child Abuse Negl. 2022 Feb;124:105479.