Wendi Leigh Bauman Johnson, Ph.D.

Wendi Leigh Bauman Johnson in front of San Antonio Riverwalk

Assistant Professor, Core School Psychology Faculty

Practicum and Internship Coordinator

Office: CFO 813
Phone: 940-898-2329
Fax: 940-898-2301
Email: wjohnson4@twu.edu 

Education

  • Ph.D., 2008, School Psychology – Texas Woman's University
  • M.A., 2005, School Psychology - Western Carolina University
  • B.A., 2000, Psychology - Bryan College

Licensure and Certification

Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, Nationally Certified School Psychologist

Courses Taught

Graduate

Intro to School Psychology, Neurodevelopmental and Genetic Disorders, Supervised Practicum, Advanced Developmental Psychology, Direct Behavior Interventions, and Internship.

Undergraduate:

Developmental Psychology, Adolescent Psychology, Tests and Measurements 

Research Interests

Video self-modeling interventions targeting social, behavioral, and functional deficits for children and adolescents with autism, intellectual deficits, emotional disturbance, ADHD, and traumatic brain injury.

Recent Publications

  • McGill, R. J., Johnson, W. L., Palomares, R. S., & Caldwell, K. (2017). Analyses of school psychology training program Praxis II outcomes 2010-2012: Distinctions without a difference? Trainer’s Forum: Journal of the Trainers of School Psychologists, 34(2), 3-17.
  • Johnson, W.L. (January, 2016) The Power of Visual Learning and Memory: How to Utilize it for Positive Intervention Change. Presented at the DFW-Regional Association of School Psychologists Winter Conference, Denton, T.X. (Main afternoon conference keynote speaker 3 hours)
  • Lerma, B., Sullivan, D., & Johnson, W. (October, 2015). The Neuropsychology of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder with Select Interventions to Target Association Deficits: A Literature Review. Poster presented at the 2015 Texas Association of School Psychologists Conference, San Antonio, T.X.
  • Johnson, W. L., and Ruggles, M. (2016). Bridging the Gap in Early Childhood Special Education Services: Collaboration between School Districts and University Research. Young Children71(1), 38-43.
  • Maricle, D., and Johnson, W. L., (2016). Instructional Implications from the Woodcock-Johnson IV Tests of Cognitive Abilities. In D. Flanagan & V. Alfonso (Eds.). Clinical applications of the WJIV.Novato, CA: Academic Therapy Press. 
  • Miller, D. C., McGill, R., & Bauman Johnson, W. L. (2016). Neurocognitive Applications of the WJ-IV. In D. Flanagan & V. Alfonso (Eds.). Clinical applications of the WJIV. Novato, CA: Academic Therapy Press.
  • Schaeffer, K., Hamilton, K., and Johnson, W. L. (2016). Video self-modeling interventions for students with autism spectrum disorder. Intervention in School and Clinic, 52(1), 1-8.
  • LaSpata, M., Carter, C., Johnson, W. L., and McGill, R. (2015). Evaluating Video Self-Modeling Treatment Outcomes: Differentiating Between Statistically and Clinically Significant Change. Contemporary School Psychology, 20 (2), 170-182. doi:10.1007/s40688-015-0072-8
  • Appleby, W., Johnson, W. L., Bowens, L., Franco, K., and Reece, B. (2015). Utilizing video self-modeling for adolescents with intellectual disabilities in the educational setting. Research and Practice in the Schools, 3(1), 1-10.
  • Scott, S., Rosen, L. H., DeOrnellas, K., & Johnson, W. (May, 2015). Spanking or grounding: Ethnic differences in the endorsement of parental and school  disciplinary acts. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Psychological Science, New York, NY.
  • La Spata, M., Foster, R. G., & Johnson, W. L. (2015, October). The efficacy of video self-modeling in addressing aggressive behavior among children identified as at-risk. Poster presented at Texas Association of School Psychology Conference 2015, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Lerma, B. Sullivan, D., & Johnson, W. L. (2015, October). The neuropsychology of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder with select interventions to target association deficits: A literature review. Poster presented at Texas Association of School Psychology Conference 2015, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Garcia, A., Hagler, H., & Johnson, W. "Using video self-modeling to target food selectivity behaviors in autism: A pilot study."  Poster session at the Texas Woman’s University Student Creative Arts and Research Symposium, Denton, TX, April 12-13, 2016.
  • Bowles, K., Buchanan, K., and Johnson, W. L. (2015, Summer). Enhancing social skills in children with autism spectrum disorder using video self-modeling. School Psychology: From Science to Practice to Policy, 8(1), 20-27.

Recent Presentations

  • Johnson, W.L, Mulkey, B., and McGeehan, B. (November, 2016). Practical Applications of Video Self-Modeling (VSM). Presentation given at the Texas Association of Psychologists Conference in Austin, TX.
  • Carter, C., Colaluca, L., and , W.L. (July, 2016). Utilizing Video Self-Modeling as a School Age Psychosocial Intervention for ADHD. Poster presentation at the School Neuropsychology Conference in Grapevine, TX
  • Garcia, A., Hagler, H., & Johnson, W. L. (April, 2016). Using Video Self Modeling to Target Food Selectivity Behaviors in Autism: A Pilot Study. Poster Presentation given at the TWU Undergraduate Research Symposium in Denton, T.X.
  • Schaeffer, K. M., Caldwell, K. E., & Johnson, W. L. (February, 2016). Using VSM to Help Teachers Increase Compliance in the Classroom. Presentation given at the National Association of School Psychologists conference in New Orleans, L.A.
  • LaSpata, M. G., Mulkey, B. C., & , W. L. (February, 2016). Evaluating the Efficacy of Video Self-Modeling. Presentation given at the National Association of School Psychologists conference in New Orleans, L.A.
  • McGill, R. J., Johnson, W. L., & Caldwell, K. E. (February, 2016). Praxis Series School Psychology Examination Outcomes: Examining Effects across Salient Training Program Characteristics. Poster presentation given at the Trainers of School Psychology conference at NASP, New Orleans, L.A.
  • LaSpata, M., Garza, R., & Johnson, W. L, (October, 2015). The Efficacy of Video Self Modeling in Addressing Aggressive Behavior Among Children Identified as At-Risk. Poster Presented at the 2015 Texas Association of School Psychologists Conference, San Antonio, T.X. (Awarded the Excellence in Research Award for Most Outstanding Poster Presentation)
  • Schaeffer, K. M., Caldwell, K. E., & Johnson, W. L. (February, 2016). Using VSM to Help Teachers Increase Compliance in the Classroom. Presentation given at the National Association of School Psychologists conference in New Orleans, LA.  
  • LaSpata, M. G., Mulkey, B. C., & Johnson., W. L. (February, 2016). Evaluating the Efficacy of Video Self-Modeling. Presentation given at the National Association of School Psychologists conference in New Orleans, LA.
  • McGill, R. J., Johnson, W. L., & Caldwell, K. E. (February, 2016). Praxis Series School Psychology Examination Outcomes: Examining Effects across Salient Training Program Characteristics. Poster presentation given at the Trainers of School Psychology conference at NASP, New Orleans, LA
  • Johnson, W. L., Caldwell, K., Carter, C. W., and LaSpata, M. G. (February, 2015). Video Self-Modeling Interventions: The Successes and Challenges of Implementation. Mini-skills presentation given at the National Association of School Psychologists conference, Orlando, F. L.
  • Schaeffer, K., Appleby, W., Greer, R., and Johnson, W. L. (February, 2015). Utilizing Video Self-Modeling for Students with Emotional Disturbance. Mini-skills presentation given at the National Association of School Psychologists conference, Orlando, F. L.
  • Johnson, W. L., Carter, C. W., and LaSpata, M. G. (November, 2014). Utilizing Video Self-Modeling as a School-Age Cognitive Rehabilitation Intervention of Executive Functions. Poster presentation given at the Texas Psychological Association Conference, Dallas, T.X.
  • Johnson, WL., Bowles, K., Caldwell, K., and Carter, C. (November, 2014). Video Self-Modeling Interventions: Implications of age, maintenance, and intervention type. Mini-skills presentation given at the Texas State Autism Conference, Corpus Christi, T.X.
  • Schaeffer, K., Appleby, W., Greer, R., and Johnson, W. L., (October, 2014). Video Self-Modeling: An effective intervention across disability areas and age groups. Mini-skills presentation given at the Texas Association of School Psychologists Conference, Las Colinas, T.X.