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This article considers school psychology research recently reported in the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG). In general, this literature appears to be dominated by three trends with a fourth emerging. The first trend emanates from the need to be able to deal with children from foreign countries...
Information relating to Lebanese assessment, consultation, and intervention research is presented. Epidemiological and etiological war-related research reports are also reviewed. The influence of the Lebanese crisis on research productivity is discussed, and the prospects for research are...
Gwinnett County Public Schools (Lawrenceville, GA) has experienced tremendous growth in its student population without a corresponding increase in psychological services staff. This article describes the development of a comprehensive management system through which the unit altered its service...
School psychologists function frequently as consultants to classroom teachers. In this capacity, they engage often in collaborative problem solving with a teacher to resolve a problematic situation with a student. Adopting the assumptions and methodology of personal construct psychology, we...
Recent studies of Canadian researchers within selected disciplines that comprise school psychology are discussed. The social and political determinants of these studies are explored. The cognitive assessment of the pupil, identification of the exceptional child, distance education, program...
In the past 10 years, subsequent to the passage of Public Law 94–142, school psychologists experienced significant changes in service delivery to the school-aged handicapped population. On October 8, 1986, additional federal legislation expanding educational services to the preschool...
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