Behavioral Assessment in School Psychology
Developing Responsive Human Services New Perspectives About Residential Treatment Organizations
By Philip A. Saigh, Thomas Oakland
January 27, 2017
To promote a broader understanding of the increasingly important role of school psychology in educational systems throughout the world, the editors of this volume collected the works of leading international educators and authorities. Using research from 24 countries, the book provides current ...
By Maribeth Gettinger, Stephen N. Elliott, Thomas R. Kratochwill
October 17, 2016
The provision of early childhood educational and psychological services has been an area of considerable growth over the past 25 years. As a result of far-reaching trends in both public policy and clinical practices, there is a growing need for professionals appropriately trained to address the ...
By Raymond DiGiuseppe, Michael L. Bernard
October 17, 2016
For the past 20 years, rational-emotive therapy (RET) has been employed by consultants to help bring about changes not only in the way parents and teachers manage mental health and educational problems of school-age children, but also within organizations and families. This is the first book ...
By Frederic J. Medway, Thomas P. Cafferty, Frederic Medway
August 26, 2016
This impressive volume reintroduces the importance of -- and the contributions made by -- social psychology to school psychology. It provides an overview of the basic areas of social psychology (history, attitudes, attribution, attraction, and research methods) as well as the traditional school ...
By Edward S. Shapiro
February 01, 1987
This important volume presents strategies and procedures for assessing both emotional/behavioral problems and academic difficulties. Arranged by assessment content areas, the volume discusses such methodologies as behavioral interviewing, observation, self-monitoring, use of self- and ...
By Jack Thaw, Anthony J. Cuvo
April 01, 1986
First published in 1986. The authors and their contributing associates have spent most, in some cases all, of their professional years working both with mentally handicapped individuals and with the men and women who serve them in residential facilities. This book, at its core, is about the future ...
By J. A. Stark, J. J. Mcgee, F. J. Menolascino
August 01, 1984
This handbook provides the reader with the applied knowledge essential for initiating, building, and continuing community service programs for the mentally retarded. Applied to specific populations, and to both urban and rural settings, the model also offers a blueprint for establishing successful ...
By Sylvia Rosenfield
December 02, 2011
Recent changes in policy and law, along with advances in research, are making it necessary for an increasing number of school psychologists, special educators, and teacher consultants to develop skills in areas other than psychoeducational assessment. In response to this need, many professionals ...
By Marcia D. Horne
August 01, 1985
Many handicapped children are now being treated and educated in the mainstream of society. Therefore it is important for professionals to be knowledgeable about the attitudes of societal members toward these students. This text is a thorough and invaluable sourcebook on how attitudes are formed, ...