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The Handbook of school psychology / editors,Terry B.Gutkin,Cecil R.Reynolds

Contributor(s): Gutkin, Terry B | Reynolds, Cecil R.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: New York : John Wiley and Sonos, 1990; New York : John Wiley & Sons, 1990Description: 1056p.ISBN: 0471011819.Subject(s): Educational psychology -- Handbooks,manuals,etc | School psychology -- Handbooks,manuals,etc | Psicología de la educación
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

The First Edition has become one of the most widely-cited works in the field--it is also the most widely adopted graduate-level text for courses on school psychology. The Second Edition maintains this tradition of excellence. The award-winning editors have gathered state-of-the-art contributions from 40 leading authorities. The focus is on how a school psychologist can operate and create change within the educational system. Reorganized, it covers many new topics, including the practical contributions of theoretical psychologists to school psychology. Also discussed are important National Association of School Psychologists documents and the latest federal regulations that affect how school psychologists go about their job.

Includes bibliographical references

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Partial table of contents
  • Current Perspectives in School Psychology
  • History of School Psychology
  • School Psychology: Current and Future Perspectives
  • School Psychology and the Scientific Study of Behavior: Contributions of Theory and Practice
  • Implications of Cognitive Psychology for School Psychology
  • Implications of Neuropsychological Research for School Psychology
  • Psychological and Educational Assessment
  • Intelligence Testing in the Schools
  • Criterion-Referenced Testing Methods
  • School Psychological Interventions: Focus on Children
  • School-Based Consultation: Theory, Techniques, and Research
  • Training Parents as Behavior Change Agents: Successes, Failures, and Suggestions for School Psychologists
  • School Psychological Interventions: Focus on Staff, Programs, and Organizations
  • Effectiveness of Special Education
  • Systems of Interventions in School Settings: Case Studies
  • Legal, Ethical, and Legislative Issues in the Provision of School Psychological Services
  • Students' Rights in Public Schools
  • Professional Regulation and Training in School Psychology
  • Appendixes
  • Index

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