Midwestern State UniversityPsychology
Dr. Carlston has a developing line of research in the area of child assessment and treatment outcome. Both his thesis and dissertation focus on the phenomenon of reporter discrepancy, specifically between parents and their children. In addition to individual analyses of parent-child discrepancy, he is in the preliminary phases of initiating a meta-analytic review of discrepancy literature. This is an extensive endeavor that will be able to address several macro-questions that are unaddressed in individual studies.
Carlston, D. (revise and resubmit). Benefits of Student Generated Note Packets: A Preliminary Investigation of SQ3R Implementation. Teaching of
Carlston, D. & Ogles, B. (2009). Age, gender, and ethnicity effects on parent-child discrepancy using identical measures. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 18(2), 125-135.
Baghurst, T., Carlston, D., Wood, J. (2007). Preadolescent male perceptions of action figure physiques. Jouranl of Adolescent Health, 4, 613-615.
Carlston, D. L. & Ogles, B. M. (2006). The impact of items and anchors on parent-child reports of problem behavior. Child & Adolescent Social Work
Journal, 23(1), 24-37.
Ogles, B. M., Calston, D., Hatfield, D, Melendez, G., Dowell, K, & Fields, S. A. (2006). The role of fidelity and feedback in the wraparound approach. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 15, 115-129.Ogles, B. M., Dowell, K., Hatfield, D., Melendez, G., & Carlston, D. (2004). The
Carlston, D. L. (2003). Parent-child discrepancy: Evidence, explanations, and implications. Paper presented at the Research Results Briefing 2003, sponsored by The Ohio Department of Mental Health,
Carlston, D. L. & Ogles, B. M. (2003). Parent-child discrepancy on reports of child behavior: What do we know? Paper presented at the Research and
Carlston, D. & Ogles, B. M. (2002). Child and adolescent outcome research: A meta-analytic perspective. Paper presented at the Research and
Hatfield, D., Ogles, B. M., Carlston, D., Dowell, K. A., Melendez, G., & Fields, S. A. (2002). The role of feedback in the wraparound approach. Paper presented at the Research and