Kari A. Oyen, Ph.D. NCSP, is an Assistant Professor of School Psychology at the University
of South Dakota.
School Psychology Practicum, Systems Prevention, Crisis Intervention, Child Psychopathology,
Behavior Interventions, Principles and Practices of School Psychology, and Personality
and Behavior Assessment
Rural School Psychology, Comprehensive Behavioral and Mental Health Services in Rural
Settings, Systems Prevention and Impact on Student Outcomes
Citations listed below are presented in a standardized, modified format for
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of the faculty member or discipline.
- Hajovsky, Daniel B., Oyen, Kari A., Chesnut, Steven R., and Curtin, Susan J.. Teacher?student relationship quality and mathematics achievement: The mediating role
of teacher self-efficacy.. Psychology in the Schools, 2019.
- Oyen, Kari A.. Transforming best practices into actions that can make a difference. Edited by John Desrochers, 6-7. Vol. 45, Iss. 8. Bethesda, MD: Communique, 2017.
- Oyen, Kari, Eklund, Katie, and von der Embse, Nathaniel. The Landscape of Advocacy in Public Schools: The Role of School Psychologists. Washington, D.C.: Psychological Services.
- Oyen, Kari A., and Wollersheim-Shervey, Sarah. An Examination of Critical Elements of Positive Frameworks: Impact in Rural Environments
for School-based Practitioners. Contemporary School Psychology.
- Oyen, Kari A.. Challenges unique to rural school psychology. In Introduction to School Psychology, edited by Dr. Matt Burns. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.