Originally published in 1992, this title is the last in a series of books on school psychology. It contains diverse contributions relevant to school psychology, research, theory and practice at the time. Including chapters on alternative intervention strategies for the treatment of communication disorders, strategies for developing a preventive intervention for high-risk transfer children, a review of sociometry and temperament research, a review of the recent advances in research in training behavioral consultants at the time, and an overview of school-based consultation to support students with severe behavior problems in integrated education programs.
Preface. Thomas R. Kratochwill, Stephen N. Elliott and Maribeth Gettinger Advances in School Psychology: An Overview of the Chapters. 1. Ann P. Kaiser, Mary Louise Hemmeter and Cathy L. Alpert Alternative Intervention Strategies for the Treatment of Communication Disorders in Young Children with Developmental Disabilities 2. Leonard A. Jason, David Betts, Joseph H. Johnson, Andrew M. Weine, Lisa Neuson, Laura Filippelli and Cecile Lardon Developing, Implementing, and Evaluating a Preventative Intervention for High Risk Transfer Children 3. James R. Barclay Sociometry, Temperament, and School Psychology 4. Thomas R. Kratochwill, Susan M. Sheridan, Pamela Carrington Rotto and Diane Salmon Preparation of School Psychologists in Behavioral Consultation Service Delivery 5. Luanna H. Meyer and Rachel E. Janney School Consultation to Support Students with Behavior Problems in Integrated Educational Programs. Author Index. Subject Index.
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