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Dr. Evelyn Bilias Lolis

Assistant Professor of Special Education & School Psychology
o: Canisius Hall Rm 221
p: x2382


Bilias-Lolis, E., Chafouleas, S.M., Bray, M.A., & Kehle, T.J. (2012).  Exploring the utility of self-modeling in reducing disruptive classroom behavior in students with intellectual disability.  Psychology in the Schools.

Bilias-Lolis, E. (2012).  Self-Modeling: An impetus for positive psychology in the schools.  Athens Institute for Education and Research: 67h Annual International Conference on Psychology, Conference Proceedings, p21, Published online

Bilias-Lolis, E. (Under review).  Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS): A mechanism for transformative leadership and school change?

Bilias-Lolis, E. (Under review).  Challenging behavior in students with cognitive disabilities: Promoting understanding in inclusive practice. 

Bilias-Lolis, E. (In preparation).  Self-Modeling: A critical analysis of behavioral change.