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The purpose of this paper was to provide comparative data as a follow-up to Bruce A. Bracken (1986) regarding basic concepts contained in the test directions of five new or recently revised American intelligence tests for preschoolers. Two measures of basic concepts, the Bracken Basic Concept...
Purposes of the study were to determine whether Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) was identifiable in the Taiwanese culture, and whether peer relations could serve as a significant predictor variable in identifying children with characteristics ofADHD. Peer relations were rated by...
We tested the effectiveness of a self-help manual-based homework intervention program for parents on children's homework problems as implemented through behavioral consultation. Parents were selected through local school psychologists' nominations based on the children's histories ofincomplete...
Often considered largely an urban problem, school violence has been found to be unusually high in rural schools near the US-Mexico border. Beyond being a social problem and a public health problem, school violence is an educational problem, limiting the ability of students to learn. Seventh...
The feelings of personal efficacy and attitude towards the newly advocated collaborative/supportive roles of resource personnel were investigated in a sample of general and resource teachers by means of a questionnaire. The variable of type of teacher was found to have significant effect on the...
Appreciation and sensitivity toward individual differences and cultural diversity are critical attributes for school psychologists as they consult, co-ordinate and collaborate with a wide range of support personnel, teachers, administrators, parents, and the students themselves. School...
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