APBS Conference March 29-April 1, 2023, Jacksonville Florida 20th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support The expanding world of PBS: Science, values, vision

2022 Conference Presentations

2022 Final Conference Agenda
Note: Only sessions with downloadable handouts are included here

Thursday Keynote Just Systems: Putting Equity at the Center of Positive Behavior Support
Kent McIntosh, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

A1 The Past, Present and Future of the Association for Positive Behavior Support
Rose Iovannone, Don Kincaid, The University of South Florida

A2 Distilling Core Front-Line Implementer Actions for Tier 1 PBIS: Expert Consensus
Courtney Sowle, Kevin Filter, Lars Olson, Minnesota State University Mankato

A3 Effective Family-School Partnerships: Powerful and Achievable
Chris Asmussen, Yadira Flores, Karen Gifford, Scottsdale Unified School District; Kiki McGough, APBS

A4 Implementing CICO in High School: Lessons Learned on Usability, Acceptability & Effectiveness
Mimi Kato, Angus Kittelman, Kathleen Strickland-Cohen, University of Oregon

A6 Change Work in Schools: Developing the Capacity to Support ALL Students
Stacey Champy, Manchester School District; Marcel Lebrun, Plymouth State University; JoAnne Malloy, Institute on Disability, University of New Hampshire

A7 An Array of Tier 2 interventions: CICO and More!
Margie Broawska, Concord School District; Kathy Francoeur, Institute on Disability, University of New Hampshire

CICO Score Card Fall 2021
Copy of SOP Interventions, MTSS Tier II
An Array of Tier 2 Interventions: CICO and More! APBS 2022
CHS SIRT Flowchart
At Risk Full Screening
Tier II Interventions Sprint 2021 Template

A8 Integrating a Trauma-Informed Approach and MTSS: Oklahoma Trauma-Informed Framework
Amanda Sellers, Elizabeth Suddath, Oklahoma State Department of Education

B2 The Use of High-leverage Evidence-Based Classroom Practices to Improve Academic Engagement
Allyssa Lariviere, Endicott College, Beverly, MA; Robert Putnam, Erik Maki, May Institute, Rudolph, MA

B3 The Resilience Education Program: A Tier 2 Intervention for Internalizing Concerns
Katie Eklund, Stephen Kilgus, Andy Garbacz, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

B4 Meaningfully Engaging all Students in Culturally-Responsive PBIS Implementation
Kathleen Beaudoin, Laura Feuerborn, University of Washington, Tacoma; Ashli Tyre, Seattle Universisty

B5 School-based Motivational interviewing: Past, present, and future
Andy Frey, Terrance Scott, University of Louisville, Jason Small, Oregon Research Institute

B7 Coaching Tools to Facilitate Universal and Individualized Behavior Support Implementation
Alice Bravo, Kathleen Artman Meeker, Carol Davis, Mischa McManus, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

B8 Firefighter to Farmer: Shifting to Preventative Approaches for the Behavior Specialists’ Role
Mae Coffman, Stacy Morgan, Emergent Tree Education

C1 De-escalation within the PBIS Framework
Ami Flammini, Brian Meyer, MWPBIS, Hillside, IL

C2 Fostering Student & Family Engagement, Representation, and Connectedness Within PBIS in Urban Settings
Steven Rufe, Tynara Blount, Tianna Bilal, The School District of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

C3 Tier 2 Handbook: Creating a Template to Sustain Any Tier 2 Program
Yadira Flores, Scottsdale Unified School District, Scottsdale, AZ; Daniel Gulchak, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ; Kimberli Breen, Affecting Behavior Change, Chicago, IL

C4 Are we there yet? Examining Barriers to Scaling Restorative Practices in Schools
Kaci Fleetwood, University of Nevada, Reno, NV; Stephanie Keating, Washoe County School District, Reno, NV

C5 The Business Case for Inclusion: PBS and Innovative Job Development
Joanne Kautz-Allard, Taylor Markell, CBI Consultants, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

C6 The Alignment of Restorative Practices to Strengthen PBIS Implementation
Peter Stoll, Marci Zeppegno, Humboldt County Office of Education, Eureka, CA; Toby Espley, Orange County Department of Education, Costa Mesa, CA

C7 Using High School Wellness Centers to Address Student Mental Health Concerns
Malka Moya, Paul Caldarella, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT; Jennifer Bitton, Westlake High School, Saratoga Springs, UT; Paul Feyereisen, IM Foundation, South Jordan, UT

C8 What Systems and When? New Research Supporting Implementation of Advanced PBIS Tiers
Angus Kittelman, Kent McIntosh, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

D1 Systems Change to Reduce Suspension and Expulsion in Early Childhood Environments
Sandy Avzaradel, Early Childhood Mental Health Collaborative, Orange County, CA; Amy Hunter, LICSW, Georgetown University, Washington, DC

D3 Exploring the Systematic Use of Self-Monitoring as a School-Wide Behavioral Intervention
Jamie Salter, Self & Match Educational Consultation, San Marcos, CA; Katharine Croce, Felician University, Rutherford, NJ; Jamie Gonzalez, San Diego County Office of Education, San Diego, CA; Teresa Echanove-Merghart, Monarch School, San Diego, CA

D4 Systematic Review of Universal Screeners for Social, Emotional, Behavioral Strengths and Risk
Sara McDaniel, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL; Jason Chow, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

D5 Optimizing Data in Facilitation of District Level Planning and Problem-Solving
Karen Elfner, Brooke Curtiss, Dama Abshier, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

Data Reflection Tool Pilot
District Data for Decision Making

D7 Functional Contextual Framework for De-Implementation Efforts in PBIS
Imad Zaheer, St. John’s University, Queens, NY; Ryan Farmer, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK; Talida State, Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ

D8 Combined Session

Part 1: Sibling Mediated Interventions in Autism Literature: A Review of Rigor and Outcomes Irem Bilgili-Karabacak, Ana Dueñas, Elise Settanni, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

SMI Presentation
SMI Handouts

Part 2: Systematic Review on Interventions to Increase Student Attitudes Towards Autism
Elise Settanni, Lee Kern, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

Attitudes Prisma Handout
Attitudes Included Studies

E1 A Comprehensive Review of 300 FBA-BIPs: Implications for Systemic Improvement
Shanna Hirsch, Alex Carlson, Clemson University, Clemson, SC; Tim Lewis, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

E2 Trauma Informed Intervention at Tier 3: Supporting Students With Internalizing Challenges
Kathleen Strickland-Cohen, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR; Katie Pohlman, Ami Flammini, Midwest PBIS Network, Hillside, IL

E3 Elevating Your PBIS Implementation Through Authentic Student Collaboration
Betsy Lazega, Stephanie Martinez, Florida PBIS, Tampa, FL; Sheri Weretka, Osceola County School District, Orlando, FL

E6 College and Career Readiness for Students with EBD: A Panel Discussion
Sarah Rosati, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; Samantha Kelly, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA; Sarah Sinnott, Jennifer Freeman, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; Lee Kern, Chris Liang, Devon Carter, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

F1 Classroom Management: Using Effective Instructional Practices to Promote Positive Student Behavior
Terrance Scott, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY

F2 Technical Adequacy of State Guidance Documents for Functional Behavior Assessments
Rose Iovannone, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL; Sonja du Boer, North Haven School District, North Haven, ME; David Bateman, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA

F5 Virtual Field Trip through Silicon Valley PBIS implementation #funwithdata
Stephanie Tague, Alex Coronel, Santa Clara County Office of Education, San Jose, CA

F6 ISF Readiness: One System of Delivery for Schools, Mental Health, and Families
Sheila Willians-White, Tamara Morrow, Michigan’s Multi-Tiered Systems of Support, Holland, MI

F7 Emerging Trends in Universal Screening for Mental Health
Kelly Perales, Midwest PBIS Network, Hummelstown, PA; Katie Eklund, Steve Kilgus, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; Nate von der Embse, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL; Joni Williams Splett, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL; Natalie Romer, WestEd, Tampa, FL; Kristy Brann, Miami University-Ohio, Athens, OH

F8 Combined Session

Part 1 Don’t Lose Momentum! Facilitation Processes and Techniques to Sustain Commitment to PBIS
Stephen Hahm, Rebecca Bailey, Mendocino County Office of Education, Ukiah, CA

Part 2 Looking Back to Move Forward: Updating PBIS for the Future with ACT
Imad Zaheer, St. John’s University, Queens, NY; Talida State, Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ; Chelsea Grant, Nurturing Environment Institute, Jamesburg, NJ

G1 I Do, We Do, You Do: A State-wide PBIS Training Model
Karen Robbie, Adam Feinberg, Katherine Meyer, Susannah Everett, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

G2 Statewide Infrastructure for PBS in Adult Supporting Organizations: Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri
Jennifer Jeffrey-Pearsall, Sheppard Pratt, Towson, MD; Meg DePasquale, Maryland Department of Health Developmental Disabilities Administration, Baltimore, MD; Bob Putnam, May Institute, Randolph, MA; Rhi Evans, Missouri Department of Mental Health Division of Developmental Disabilities, Kansas City, MO

Levels of Implementation by Benchmark
Statewide Infrastructure for PBS in Adult Supporting Organization-Maryland-Massachussetts-Missouri
Missouri Muli-tiered Supports Brochure

G3 Early Childhood MTSS Through the Pyramid Model
Blaire Harrison, Oklahoma State Department of Education, Oklahoma City, OK

APBS Early Childhood MTSS Pyramid Model
Pyramid Model Overview Guide

G4 Strategies for Incorporating Student Voice in Self-Regulation Interventions for Internalizing Behaviors
Sara Estrapala, Jamie Grieshaber, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

G5 Use of Positive Behavior Supports in Adult Services for Systemic Change
Lauren Neubauer, The Arc NCR, Aberdeen, MD

G5 Presentaton Slides
ACR NCR Data Mapping Blank
Teaming Structure Tool Blank

G6 Perspectives on Meeting the Needs of Students During the Pandemic
Allison Bruhn, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA; Sara McDaniel, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL; Shanna Hirsch, Clemson University, Greenville, SC; Hannah Morris-Mathews, University of Florida, Gainesville FL; Youn-Jeng Choi, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea

G7 Preparing for Alignment: Developing Coaching Plans and Rubrics
Corinne Wilson, Amanda Working, Regina Pierce, Steve Tonelson, Virginia Tiered Systems of Supports, Norfolk, VA

H3 Integrating Preventative Mental Health Services at Tiers I/II in PBIS
Nathaniel von der Embse, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL; Stephen Kilgus, Katie Eklund, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

H4 East Meets West! Building Capacity Through Implementation Science
Kathy Francoeur, JoAnne Malloy, Institute on Disability, UNH, Durham, NH; Mark Alfaro, Placer County Office of Education,Auburn, CA

H4 Documents to Download
Active Implementation Frameworks for Program Success
RENEW Coaches Integrity Tool (RCIT)
RENEW Implementation Checklist (RIC)
RENEW Information Flyer
RENEW Trainer Fidelity Tool (RTFT)

H7 Ensuring Trauma Informed Supports With Reintegration During A Pandemic
Catherine Raulerson, Robyn Vanover, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

I01 Implementing Prevent-Teach-Reinforce to Increase Transition-Aged Youth Access to Integrated Community Employment
Rose Iovannone, University of South Florida; Anne Malbica, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

I02 Clear a Space at the Table: The Benefits of Authentically Engaging Students
Patti Hershfeldt, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA

I03 Learn More About the APBS White Paper for the IDD Field
Rachel Freeman, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; Barbara Brent, National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services, Alexandria, VA; David Rotholz, University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Columbia, SC

I04 Measuring the Impact of Trauma Informed Practices through PBIS
Katie Pohlman, Ami Flammini, Midwest PBIS Network, Hillside, IL

I04 Documents to Download:

I04 Data-based Decision Making and Trauma Presentation Slides
Integrating a Trauma-Informed Approach Within a PBIS Framework
Sample Trauma Evaluation Plan

I05 Check & Connect: Monitoring & Increasing Students’ Academic, Behavioral, Cognitive, and Affective Engagement
Eileen Klemm, David Johnson, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

I05 Documents to Download:
I05 Presentation Slides
Readiness Tool for Implementing Check&Connect
Implementaation Otions and Tips for Funding
3 Core Components and Elements of Self-Assessment
Monthly Fidelity Survey
Mentor Practice Profile
Check&Connect Online Mentoring Guide

I06 Predictors of Medication Use Among Secondary Students with Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties
Elise Settanni, Irem Bilgili-Karabacak, Kyleigh Ivory, Lee Kern, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA; Steve Evans, Ohio University, Athens, OH

I07 Using Behavior Specific Praise to Support Intrinsic Motivation
Lucia Smith-Menzies, California State University, San Bernardino, CA; Holly Menzies, Ya-Chih Chang, California State University,Los Angeles, CA

I08 Ignite-Mental Health (Combined Presentations)

Better Together: Enhancing PBIS with Positive Psychology for Complete Mental Health
Dama Abshier, Catherine Raulerson, Brooke Curtis, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

Working Beyond the Schoolhouse Door: Youth- and Family-Driven Wraparound Within Tier III
JoAnne Malloy, Kathryn Francoeur, Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH; Nanette Desrochers,NFI, North, Inc., Hopkinton, NH; Stephanie Pelley, Nami-NH, Concord, NH

ISF in a Comprehensive Secondary School: A Practical Approach through PBIS
Hayley Newman, Angelica Simons, Salinas Union High School District, Salinas, CA

I08 Combined Presentations

J01 Northwest MHTTC: Supporting the School Mental Health Workforce Through Training and TA
Kelcey Schmitz, Eric Bruns, Rayann Silva, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

J02 “Just Chill”: Centering Youth Perspectives on Implementing Class-Wide Behavior Strategies
Kim Crosland, Rose Iovannone, Jennifer Wolgemuth, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

J03 Systems as a Guide for Implementation of Advanced Tier Supports
Jodie Soracco, VTSS-RIC, VCU, Richmond, VA; Kaci Fleetwood, Nevada MTSS, UNR, Reno, NV

J06 Ignite – Capacity Building/Training

We’ve got the hammer: Align the other tools
Regina Pierce, Kim DuPre, Virginia Tiered Systems of Supports/Research and Implementation Center, Richmond, VA

Teacher-Delivered Training to Support Paraprofessionals in Functional Communication Training Implementation Melissa Tapp, Virginia Walker, Nicolette Ogden, Megan Carpenter, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC

Functional Behavioral Assessments: A Scoping Review of Special Education Teacher Preparation
Rebecca Folkerts, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL

Building Capacity for Family-School Collaboration at the District Level
Katherine Meyer, Adam Feinberg, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; Lindsay Fallon, University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA; Phylitia Jamerson, Lynn Public Schools, Lynn MA

The Grassroots Evolution of Georgia’s Conference on Positive Behavior Support
Rob Sumowski, Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, GA; Kymberly Harris Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA

J06 Documents to Download:
We’ve Got the Hammer: Align the Tools
Teacher Delivered Training to Support Paraprofessionals in Functional Communication Training Implementation

J07 Attending to Attendance: Improving Attendance Through MTSS in Live and Virtually Settings

J08 Telehealth and PBS During Covid-19: A Comprehensive Demonstration Across the Lifespan
Paul Malette, CBI Consultants, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

SWK 102 Leading & Coaching School Teams for Effective Team-based, Data-driven Problem-Solving within MTSS
Brian Gaunt, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

SWK 102 Session Downloads
SWK 102 Presentation Slides
Tier 2 Data Sort Part 1
Tier 2 Problem Solving Guiding Questions Specific to PBIS
APBS Conference Resources for Problem Solving Practices
Systems Coaching and Leadership Fact Sheet
MTSS Components Handout
Summary of the Purpose of Problem Solving Steps at Each Tier
T2 Groups by SDQ Patterns
Tier 1 Problem Solving Documentation Template
Tier 2 Data by ODR SDQ

SWK 105 Laying the Ground Work for Centering & Sustaining Equity in PBIS
Ruthie Payno-Simmons, Michigan’s Multi-tiered Systems of Support Technical Assistance Center, Holland, MI

SWK 105 Session Downloads
SWK 105 Presentation Slides
Resources for Laying the Ground Work for Centering and Sustaining Equity in PBIS
Key Equity Definitions and Notes
A Call to Action PD Planning

SWK 106 Enhancing Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support in the Classroom
Dama Abshier, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

SWK 107 The Interconnected Systems Framework (ISF): Integrating Mental Health within the PBIS Framework

SWK 110 Bullying Prevention in Positive Behavior Support (BP-PBS)
Scott Ross, California State University Monterey Bay, Monterey, CA

SWK 110 Session Downloads
SWK 110 Presentation Slides
Function of Bullying
Best Behavior: Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools
Problem Behavior Outside the Classroom
Bully Prevention in Positive Behavior Implementation Checklist

SWK 111 Discussing Race, Racism, and Current Events with Students and Staff Tamika LaSalle, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; Kent McIntosh, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR; Stephanie Martinez, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

SWK 201 Parenting with Positive Behavior Support: Helping All Families Thrive and Problem Solve
Sarah Fefer, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA; Karen Elfner, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

SWK 201 Session Downloads
SWK 201 Presentation Slides
Parenting with Positive Behavior Support: Helping All Families Thrive and Problem Solve

Poster 109 Direct Instruction of Sport Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Erika Richards, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

Poster 110 An Exploration of Statewide MTSS Implementation and Capacity
Megan Garton, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Poster 114 Functional Communication Training in Inclusive K-12 School Settings for Students with IDD
Andy Masud Werner, Virginia Walker, Megan Carpenter, Ashley Anderson, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC

Poster 119 Using Augmented Reality (AR) to Support Student Learning Within the PBIS Framework
Jeroen Pronk, Sui Lin Goei, Wilma Jongejan, Institute for Educational Technology – National Research Council of Italy, Amsterdam, NH, Netherlands; Giuseppe Chiazzese, Crispino Tosto, Institute for Educational Technology – National Research Council of Italy, Palermo, Italy; Eleni Mangina, University College of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

Poster 124 Evaluating Peer Coaching to Increase Teachers’ use of Classroom Management Strategies
Jessica Torelli, Christina Noel, John Wright, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY

Poster 125 A teacher coaching program to reduce externalizing problem behavior on tier 3
Charlotte Hanisch, Thomas Hennemann, University of Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Wednesday, April 13

Results of the Adaptation, Implementation, and Evaluation of SWPBIS in French-Speaking Belgium
Caroline Deltour, ULiege, Liege, Belgium

Thursday, April 14

Implementing SWPBS in Mainstream Primary Schools in London: Why, How, What?
Angela Sandow, Saxon Way Primary, London, United Kingdom; Jane Lusinski, Keighly Baker-May, Lordswood School, London, United Kingdom

Friday, April 15

Pilot PBIS Implementation in Czech Republic
Anna Kubíčková, Lenka Felcmanová, Česká odborná společnost pro inkluzivní vzdělávání (ČOSIV), Stará Huť, Czech Republic

Saturday, April 16

Augmented Reality for Elevating Students’ Behaviour Management and Self-regulation Skills Within SWPBS
Antonella Chifari, Giuseppe Chiazesse, Crispino Tosto, Institute for Educational Technologies of the Italian National Research Council, Palermo, Sicily, Italy; Jeroen Pronk, Sui Lin Goei, Wilma Jongejan, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands; Eleni Mangina, University College Dublin, Ireland

Wednesday, April 13

3A Perspectives on Behaviour Support in Australian Schools: Opportunities for Positive Behaviour Support
Erin Leif, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia; Lisa McKay-Brown, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Phillip Whitefield, University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

4A Supporting Return to School After Events That Disrupt Continuity to Education
Lisa McKay-Brown, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

4B How Positive Behaviour for Learning (PB4L) is managed in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Rowan Jamieson, Ministry of Education, Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand; Ansie Nortje, Ministry of Education, Wellington, New Zealand

5C Open Discussion for PBS Leaders
Shiralee Poed, University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Queensland, Australia

Thursday, April 14

1 & 2 Panel Discussion: Practices
Marcus Gough and John Taylor, New Zealand Ministry of Education, New Zealand; Lorna Hepburn, Queensland Department of Education, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; Li-Yu Hung, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei City, Taiwan; Dianna Hiu Yan Yip, P.L.A.I. Behaviour Consulting, Hong Kong

3A Tier 1 in the Classroom: The What and the How
Lorna Hepburn, Queensland Department of Education, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; Sharonne Telfer, Rypple, Perth, Western Australia

3A Establishing a Positive Learning Environment: Make Teaching Behaviours a Priority!
Jassica Chen, Nancy Neo, Weng Rong, Grace Orchard School, Singapore

3C Implementing Tier-3 Support in Special Education Schools in HK: Challenges and Progress
Kin-Ming Joson Chan, Ting Ting Cheng, CCC Kei Shun Special School, Hong Kong

4A Tier 3 Intensive Approaches, Interventions and Supports
Lisa McKay-Brown, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Tom Tutton, Autism Spectrum Australia, Frenchs Forest, NSW, Australia

4C Toward Trauma-Informed Positive Behaviour Support: From Assessment to Intervention
Erin Leif, Manisha Abayakoon-Stanborough, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia; Chelsea Troutman, Specialist Behaviour Support Services, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

5A Reducing Restrictive Practices: Challenges and Opportunities for Australian Behaviour Support Practitioners
Erin Leif, Pearl Subban, Umesh Sharma, Russell Fox, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia

Friday, April 15

4A Enhancing Evaluation of Positive Behaviour Support for Students on the Autism Spectrum
Abigail Love, Autism Spectrum Australia, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Saturday, April 16

1 & 2 Panel Discussion: Outcomes
Shiralee Poed, Brent Hayward, Marcus Gough, Ken’ichi Ohkubo

4A Ensuring Inclusive Outcomes for Young People with Disability within Schoolwide PBS
Julie McMillan, Jane Jarvis, Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia

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