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167 Defining and Evaluating
Executive Functioning in
Children: New Data and New
This intermediate presentation provides an overview of executive functioning with emphasis on the emerging literature that
creates a link between theory and applied practice. The presenters will discuss their nationally representative standardization sample of 3,500 children collected for the Comprehensive
Executive Functioning Inventory developed by Naglieri and
Goldstein (2013). A discussion of a model to integrate the
evaluation of executive functioning to clinical assessment and
the emerging literature focused on compensatory and remedial intervention will be included.
Leaders: Jack A. Naglieri, PhD, University of Virginia; Sam J.
Goldstein, PhD, University of Utah School of Medicine
Morning Half-Day Workshops
8:00–11: 50 a.m.
168 Facilitating Eliminations:
Empirical Approaches for Toilet
Training, Enuresis, and Encopresis
This workshop, designed for intermediate to advanced clinicians, will consist of brief modules reviewing empirically
supported treatment for enuresis and encopresis/toileting
disorders. Each module will explore practice parameters and
issues concerning diagnosis and assessment and review treatment procedures. Presenters will also explore interventions
and discuss culturally relevant issues in treating children and
families with elimination disorders.
Leaders: Vincent J. Barone, PhD, Children’s Mercy South Hospital,
Overland Park, KS; William J. Warzak, PhD, Munroe-Meyer Institute,
University of Nebraska Medical Center
169 Insomnia Across the Adult
Assessment, and Treatment
This introductory workshop surveys evidence-based insomnia
treatments—sleep hygiene, stimulus control, sleep restriction/
compression, relaxation, and cognitive therapy—as applied
to primary insomnia and special populations, including older
adults, and comorbid insomnia. Pharmacotherapy for insomnia is briefly covered, and description of normal sleep, differential diagnosis of insomnia from other sleep disorders,
and the range of assessment strategies (e.g., interview, sleep
diary) are presented.
Leader: Kenneth L. Lichstein, PhD, University of Alabama
SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 2014
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