Mancini, K., Wicoff, M., & Stancin, T. (2019). Clinical supervision in integrated pediatric primary care: the PARSE model in action. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 13(4), 316-322.
von der Embse, N. P., Schoemann, A. M., Kilgus, S. P., Wicoff, M., Bowler, M. (2016). The influence of test-based accountability policies on teacher stress and teaching practices: a moderated mediation model. Educational Psychology, 1-20.
Wicoff, M. (2016). Student affiliates of school psychology student research forum: Research productivity. From Science to Practice to Policy, 9(3).
Posters and Presentations
Manson, L., Meadows, T., Hostutler, C., Tolliver, M., Hosterman, S., Wicoff, M., Tynan, D., Shahidullah, J., & Quinn, H. (2019, October). Toolkit for Disruptive Behaviors in Pediatric PCBH. Extended Learning Opportunity at the annual meeting of Collaborative Family Healthcare Association, Denver, CO.
Mancini, K., Wicoff, M., Orchinik, L., Hostutler, C., Pajek, J. (2019, September). Integrated Primary Care Supervision Models Across Psychology Residency Programs. Presentation at the biennial meeting of Developing and Researching Advanced Models of Integrated Primary Care (DREAM IPC), Wilmington, DE.
Wicoff, M., Walcott, C. (August, 2018). An Evaluation of Performance Feedback Intervention to Increase Children’s Physical Activity Levels. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.
Wicoff, M., Rivera-Gonzales, C., & King, K. R. (August, 2017). Critical Factors to Promote Academic Achievement. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington D.C.
Rivera, C., Wicoff, M., King, K. R., Sims, W. A. (February 2017). An Examination of the Structure and Correlates of Classroom Rules. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, San Antonio, TX.
Sims, W. A., King, K. R., Rivera, C., Wicoff, M. (February 2017). School-Based Problem Solving Teams: Educator Reports of Current Practices. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, San Antonio, TX.
King, K. R., Sims, W. A., Rivera, C., Wicoff, M. (February 2017). Supporting Positive Classrooms: Teacher, Administrator, and School Psychologist Perceptions. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, San Antonio, TX.
Sevecke, J. & Wicoff, M. (2018, November). Introduction to LGBTQ-Affirmative Care. In Marie S. Bonavoglia, PhD, PA-C in Physician Assistant graduate class at Marywood University Physician Assistant.
Wicoff, M. (2018, May). Psychology Consultation. MetroHealth Medical Center Resident Morning Report.
Wicoff, M. (2018, April). Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. MetroHealth Medical Center Family Medicine Resident Lecture.
Wicoff, M. (2018, February). Clinical Interviewing. MetroHealth Medical Center Resident Morning Report.
Wicoff, M. (2017, October). Diabetes Management. MetroHealth Medical Center Resident Morning Report.
Awards and Honors
2016, Outstanding Student Award for Pediatric School Psychology, East Carolina University
2016, Graduate Student Award for Excellence in Teaching, East Carolina University
2015, Introduction to College Teaching Workshop Series, East Carolina University Office for Faculty Excellence
2006, Magna Cum Laude, The Pennsylvania State University
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
American Psychological Association
- Division 16: School Psychology
- Division 38: Health Psychology
- Division 54: Pediatric Psychology
Collaborative Family Healthcare Association
National Association of School Psychology
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