Adam Donato is a doctoral candidate in Developmental Psychology and Education at OISE. Adam completed his Honours Bachelor of Science at Saint Mary’s University. For the past four years Adam has conducted program evaluation and treatment impact research on latency-aged children with disruptive behaviour problems as a member of the Stop Now And Plan (SNAP) research team. Highlights include analyzing the impact of anxiety on the treatment of aggression, long-term follow-up using criminal record data, and consulting on numerous program implementations across Canada, the US, and Europe. Most recently, his work has focused on designing, developing, and implementing a data system, implementation tool, and electronic case file to ease program delivery and data collection. Adam will be looking to build on this work as a part of Dr. Jang's lab to streamline individualized treatment planning.
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