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Robinson, Lee; Bond, Caroline – Psychology in the Schools, 2017
The most thoroughly researched topic in relation to autistic spectrum disorders (ASDs) is the evaluation of interventions. Educational psychology in the United Kingdom and Ireland is the most closely allied profession to school psychology in the United States. In considering what is published by and for the profession, it is important to include…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Comparative Education, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders
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Kershner, Ruth – International Journal of Educational Psychology, 2016
Inclusive education is a complex field of study and practice that requires good communication and dialogue between all involved. Psychology has to some extent been marginalised in these educational dialogues. This is, in part, due to psychology's perceived heritage in the standardised testing that has been used to support the educational…
Descriptors: Psychology, Inclusion, Instruction, Elementary School Teachers
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Mahoney, Emery B.; Perfect, Michelle M.; Edwinson, Roxanne M. – Psychology in the Schools, 2015
Since the mid-1990s, an imbalance between the number of available American Psychological Association (APA)-accredited internships and applicants has existed. In 2014, 14% of predoctoral psychology students who applied for internships accredited by the APA or members of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) did…
Descriptors: Internship Programs, Administrator Attitudes, Training, School Psychology
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Shen, Pingxia; Gromova, Chulpan R.; Zakirova, Venera G.; Yalalov, Farit G. – EURASIA Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education, 2017
Relevance of the article is caused by need to form the teacher's psychological competences on the basis of life and professional situations. This article is directed to detection of the main difficulties, which students have in the course of studying psychology and efficiency of use of video cases at classes of psychology. The leading research…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Technology, Video Technology, Psychology
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Tobias, Adele – Educational Psychology in Practice, 2018
This article explores the application of the genogram in educational psychology (EP) practice. It provides a brief overview of the historical and theoretical development of the genogram. It then reviews and critiques some of the current literature regarding clinical application of the genogram in casework with children and adolescents and their…
Descriptors: Educational Psychology, Counseling Techniques, Family Counseling, Family (Sociological Unit)
Apter, Brian, Ed.; Arnold, Christopher, Ed.; Hardy, Julia, Ed. – UCL IOE Press, 2018
In 2014 the Children and Families Act extended the protection of educational services to include people up to age 25, so since then educational psychologists have worked in post-16 establishments as well as schools. This book presents case studies that illuminate how psychology is applied to enhancing the lives of adolescents and young adults as…
Descriptors: Educational Psychology, Adolescents, Young Adults, Ethics
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Allen, Michael; Kambouri-Danos, Maria – Early Child Development and Care, 2017
There has been a dearth of published research exploring the scientific ideas that young children construct, particularly in prestigious periodicals in the science education genre. The current article discusses the reasons behind this lack of prominence, and suggests ways forward that may link work from the field of developmental psychology with…
Descriptors: Young Children, Science Education, Preschool Education, Scientific Concepts
Hammond, Nick; Palmer, Nicola – Trentham Books, 2018
Person-centred reviews (PCRs) can enable children with special needs -- even very young children -- to be equal partners in the team that determines what support they need and how it should be carried out. With its critical psychology perspective, and informed by an extensive empirical research study with children, young people and their families,…
Descriptors: Special Needs Students, Individualized Education Programs, Individualized Programs, Health Services
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Winter, Laura Anne; Burman, Erica; Hanley, Terry; Kalambouka, Afroditi; Mccoy, Lauren – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2016
There are established links between education and well-being, and between poverty and education. This article draws on interviews with parents of school-aged children impacted by a policy in the UK commonly referred to as the 'bedroom tax'. A critical psychology perspective to education is put forward, acknowledging the complex interrelationships…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Welfare Services, Well Being, Public Policy
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Dawson, Joe; Singh-Dhesi, Davinder – Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties, 2010
This article presents one English local authority's educational psychology service's approach to supporting children and young people's psychological well-being. Evidence for the effectiveness of the therapeutic approaches adopted by one intervention (the Child Behaviour Intervention Initiative [CBII]) is presented. The statistical analysis…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Districts, Educational Psychology, Mental Health
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Goforth, Anisa N.; Brown, Jacqueline A.; Machek, Greg R.; Swaney, Gyda – School Psychology Quarterly, 2016
There is a clear underrepresentation of Native Americans in the field of school psychology. There are a number of factors that have led to this underrepresentation, including cultural and historical variables, barriers to accessing higher educational opportunities, and lack of financial support. Given the importance of having diverse perspectives…
Descriptors: American Indians, School Psychology, Disproportionate Representation, Barriers
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Shriberg, David; Clinton, Amanda – School Psychology International, 2016
In as much as school psychology practice is based on the goals of supporting the rights, access, and treatment of children as related to their education, social justice has the potential to be a moral framework for training, research, and practice in school psychology. Accordingly, this article seeks to achieve many objectives. First, a definition…
Descriptors: School Psychology, Social Justice, Cultural Pluralism, Educational Policy
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Dahle, Anne Elisabeth; Løge, Inger Kristine – European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 2018
This study examined whether Norwegian children who were referred to The School Psychology Services (SPS) for either language difficulties or social difficulties at kindergarten age demonstrated co-existing weak skills in the other area at 33 months and whether some of them could have been identified and referred earlier. Forty-three children…
Descriptors: Language Skills, Norwegian, School Psychology, Kindergarten
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Gomez, Amparo; Canales, Antonio – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2016
This article analyses the child psychiatry and psychology developed during the Spanish Civil War and immediate postwar period. The aim is to demonstrate that, despite the existence of a certain degree of disciplinary continuity in relation to the pre-war period, both disciplines were placed at the service of Francoism. This meant that the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, War, European History, Psychiatry
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Blake, Jamilia J.; Graves, Scott; Newell, Markeda; Jimerson, Shane R. – School Psychology Quarterly, 2016
Why is there a need to increase the racial/ethnic diversity of faculty in school psychology? Chiefly, school psychologists serve the most racially/ethnically diverse population: children in US schools. Therefore, developing a knowledge base that is inclusive of this wide range of perspective as well as growing a workforce that is reflective of…
Descriptors: School Psychology, Diversity (Faculty), College Faculty, Minority Group Students
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