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ERIC Number: ED075470
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 116
Abstractor: N/A
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Reports on Some Salient Topics and/or Issues in Educational Psychology, Measurement and Research as Presented by Doctoral Students. A Seminar.
Goolsby, Thomas M., Jr., Comp.
Papers are presented that resulted from a doctoral seminar in the Department of Educational Psychology, Measurement and Research at the University of Georgia. Integration-desegregation, ethics, behavior modification, and accountability are the general areas treated. The papers are: (1) "Segregation--Alias: 'Special Education'" by Margaret C. Weshner; (2) "APA Ethics, a Help or Hindrance?" by Peter C. Gram; (3) "The Ethical Issues of Privacy, Confidentiality and Privileged Communication" by Diane T. Nunnelly; (4) "Techniques to Improve Classroom Control and Instruction" by Kyle R. Carter; (5) "Behavior Modification: An Issue for the Teacher?; by LaRetta M. Garland; (6) "Beyond Freedom and Dignity" by George W. Rogers; (7) "Freedom as a Result of Control?" by R. Hal Shigley; (8) "A Brief Overview of Research on Teacher Effectiveness and the Relevancy of Educational Psychology" by Chad D. Ellett; (9) "Institutional Design: An Administrative Approach" by Judd A. Katz; (10) "The School Psychologist - His Role in Effecting Educational Outcomes" by John J. Vance; and (11) "Accountability in Education! Why?" by J. Leon Dalton. (For related documents, see TM 002 549-559.) (KM)
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Authoring Institution: Georgia Univ., Athens. Dept. of Educational Psychology.
Note: Papers presented at Doctoral Seminar, University of Georgia, Fall 1971