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ERIC Number: ED450293
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2000
The California School Psychologist, 2000.
Jimerson, Shane R., Ed.; Wilson, Marilyn, Ed.
California School Psychologist, v5 2000
This publication of the California Association of School Psychologists reflects a broad array of topics for those who serve a diverse group of students with a range of needs. The articles in this volume address several current topics, including cognitive assessment with bilingual students; cultural considerations when working with parents; strategies to enhance critical thinking skills; home/school collaborative behavioral interventions; preparing a school district's crisis intervention policy; and research from the field of developmental psychopathology on eating disorders. The titles include: "The California School Psychologist in the 21st Century" (Shane R. Jimerson; Marilyn Wilson); "Using the WPPSI-R with Bilingual Children: Implications for Practice" (Mary diSibio; Thomas Whalen); "Micronesian Cultural Influences on Parent Attitudes Concerning Their Young Child with a Disability: Considerations for Fostering Cross-Cultural Parent/Professional Relationships" (Kathleen Sadao); "Developing Scientific Minds: The Use of Mediated Thinking and Learning To Facilitate Enhanced Student Outcomes" (Carol Robinson-Zanartu; Lois Campbell); "Making it Work at School and Home: A Need Based Collaborative, across Settings, Behavioral Intervention" (Leasha Barry; Grace E. Santarelli); "Development of a School District Crisis Intervention Policy" (Stephen A. Brock); and "The School Psychologist's Primer on Anorexia Nervosa: A Review of Research Regarding Epidemiology, Etiology, Assessment, and Treatment" (Shane R. Jimerson; Renee Pavelski). (JDM)
Descriptors: Adolescent Development, At Risk Persons, Behavior Problems, Bilingual Students, Cognitive Measurement, Counselor Educators, Counselor Training, Cultural Pluralism, Eating Disorders, Elementary Secondary Education, Family School Relationship, Professional Associations, School Psychologists, Thinking Skills
The California Association of School Psychologists, 1400 K St., Suite 311, Sacramento, CA 95814 ($20). Tel: 916-444-1595.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Counselors; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: California Association of School Psychologists, Sacramento.
Note: Produced annually.