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Stephanie S. Reszka

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Stephanie S. Reszka

Research Associate
Spangler, Room 235


Early Childhood, Intervention, and Literacy,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Educational Psychology, Measurement, and Evaluation,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Biographical Statement 

Stephanie Reszka, PhD, is a researcher at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research centers on classroom and school-based interventions for children on the autism spectrum, with current and previous projects evaluating the effectiveness of these interventions and the professional development supports provided to school-based teams around intervention implementation. Her work also focuses on promoting family involvement in school-based interventions and supporting family use of parent-mediated interventions. Additionally, Reszka has an interest in the measurement of child outcomes, with a specialty in early childhood social development, and classroom environments for preschool-aged children.