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The construct of and the paths to empowerment have received increasing attention in the psychological literature. Usually the concern is focused on the empowerment of clients. This article uses the concept as a vehicle to discuss issues facing women in school psychology. Literature from...
In this article we provide the school psychologist with an orientation to the recent literature on selected aspects of women’s lives. A brief consideration of three areas including: the meaning of work for women, the timing of parenthood, and the integration of multiple roles, are followed by a...
The contributions to school psychology of women who were born 75 or more years ago are traced in this article. Included are the first administrators, leading practitioners, researchers, and authors from 1910 through the Thayer Conference and the formation of the Division of School Psychology in...
This article provides an overview of what is known about acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), AIDS transmissibility, and the modes of transmission. Current and projected incidence rates are reported along with a focus on Pediatric AIDS and AIDS in adolescents. The impact of the AIDS...
Curriculum-based assessment procedures (CBA) have received considerable attention in the professional literature as alternative methods of making educational decisions with mildly handicapped students. Although numerous CBA approaches have been identified, only model of Curriculum-based...
Research concerning women in psychology in general and school psychology in particular is considered with respect to professional training; professional practice, including its components of employment, research, publications, and editorial activities; and professional affiliation in national...
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