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The current state of professional training and development for educational psychologists in the UK has been heavily influenced by the changing role demands of the 1980s. This article describes the work in educational psychology training which is currently being carried out at Southampton...
Paired Reading (PR) is a tutoring technique used to encourage children's oral reading skills. Most reports involving clinical applications of PR have involved parent-tutors trained to work with low-progress readers. Peertutor applications have been reported recently. This paper outlines PR, its...
Although the role of educational psychologists in the United Kingdom has expanded considerably in recent years, the assessment of children with learning difficulties remains a key function. Professional training courses therefore have a responsibility to ensure that their trainees are given a...
School psychologists who are exposed for several years to the realities and demands of professional school psychology, undergo an inevitable process of psychological erosion, which does not usually terminate in burn-out, but rather tends to be resolved through drifting away into another field of...
Within a brief description of the socio-political and structural context that constrains school psychology related research in South Africa, current issues and selected research themes are discussed. Three central issues are identified as the socio-political relevance of research, the issue of...
Two boys labelled hyperactive who had followed a salicylate-free diet for over a year consumed specially prepared cookies daily for 6-7 weeks. With subject 1 (age 6), salicylates were presented in the cookies on two occasions; on other days the cookies were salicylate-free. On two occasions...
Between January 1984 and October 1985, a study group of psychologists and Board of Education members produced a report on school psychological work in Finland. The group considered the following issues: (a) what school psychological work is like in Finland and the main working routines; (b)...
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