Dr. Margaret T Floress
Office: 1450 - Physical Science
Frequently Taught CoursesPSY 3515 Child Psychology, PSY 6890 Advanced Practicum in School Psychology, PSY 5023 Preschool Assessment, PSY 6050 Behavior Therapy, PSY 5170 Theories of Learning
EducationB.S., Central Michigan University
M.A., Indiana State University
Ph.D., Indiana State University
Professional OrganizationsISPA, NASP
ResearchTeacher-Child Interaction Training, Time-out and Parent Training, Preschool Intervention, Behavioral and Academic Interventions, Sleep and Elimination Disorders
PublicationsWarzak, W. J., Floress, M. T., Kellen, M. Kazmerski, J. S., & Chopko, S. (2012). Trends in time-out research: Are we focusing our efforts where our efforts are needed? The Behavior Therapist.
Warzak, W.J., Evans, S.E, Floress, M.T., Gross, A.C., Stoolman, S. (2011). Caffeine consumption in young children. Journal of Pediatrics, 158, 508-9. doi: 10.1016/j.jpeds.2010.11.022.
Roberts, H., Floress, M.T., Ellis, C. (2009). Training school psychologists in psychopharmacology consultation Psychology in the Schools, 49, 827-835.
Warzak, W.J., & Floress, M.T. (2009). Deferred time-out: Time-out training without putbacks, spanks, or restraint. Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 31, 134-143.
Kuhn, B.R. & Floress, M.T. (2008). Nonpharmacological interventions for sleep disorders in children. In Ivanenko, A. (ed.) Sleep and Psychiatric Disorders in Children and Adolescents. (pp.261-278). New York, NY: Informa Healthcare USA, Inc.