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ERIC Number: ED263483
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1985
Pages: 83
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Voices in International School Psychology: Interviews in Honor of Calvin D. Catterall.
Culbertson, Frances M.
Following a brief memorial message and a dedicatory tribute to Calvin D. Catterall, a leader in the field of school psychology, this volume provides a description of the origins of the International School Psychology Association and interviews with five school psychologists: Bram Norwich, University of London, England; Tony Cline, London, England; Ian McEwen, Dumphries, Scotland; Rosine DeBray, University of Paris, France; and Jean Claude Guillemard, Dourdan, France. A monologue on the developmental training of psychologists by Kalman Benyamini, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, is also included. The six psychologists discuss their own backgrounds and training in school psychology, their practices at present, and the requirements of training programs in psychology in their countries and institutions. Collectively the interviews and the monologue provide an overview of the field of school psychology from an international perspective and illustrate the training practices and employment opportunities for school psychologists in different countries. (NRB)
Publication Type: Opinion Papers
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: France; Israel; United Kingdom (England); United Kingdom (Scotland)