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Joel O. Bocanegra; Jennifer Gallup; Minghui Hou; Aaron A. Gubi; Chung-Hau Fan; Nai-Jiin Yang; Celal Perihan – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
The COVID-19 pandemic threatens to exacerbate the school psychology personnel crisis. There is a dearth of knowledge regarding how the pandemic has impacted school psychology trainers and course delivery. In this national study, 92 school psychology trainers completed an online questionnaire regarding technological instructional changes, job…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Mental Health, Trainers
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Sarah Kiperman; Sahar Al-Tweej; Emily Fisher – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
Although studies have documented stressors LGBTQ + persons experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic, this phenomenological analysis investigates their experience within a minority stress framework, documenting how LGBTQ + youth described their experience in the pandemic, how they coped, and how their mental health was impacted. Researchers used…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Early Adolescents, Adolescents, COVID-19
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Swapna Balkundi; Stephanie S. Fredrick – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
The current study investigated the associations among student perceptions of COVID-19 stress, internalizing problems, and school social support (teacher and classmate support) and how these relations differed across elementary/middle and high school students. Based on data from 526 4th- through 12th-grade students from a school district in the…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, COVID-19, Pandemics, Anxiety
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Georgette M. Metrailer; Kelly N. Clark – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
Minimizing teacher stress is an essential aspect of effective teaching and supporting a healthy school climate. Previous research has indicated that teachers who experience elevated levels of occupational stress may have a negative perception of their school's climate, poor mental/physical health, poor relationships with their students, and are…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Stress Variables, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Meagan D. O'Malley; Jeremy D. Greene; Gurminder Chima; Celeste A. Martinez; Mariana Vargas Arciga; Heather Yates – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
Policymakers, educators, and families throughout the world are concerned about the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on school-aged youth. Schools are working to help students readjust to school routines and regain lost ground on academic skill development while also addressing the wounds caused by the pandemic. This study describes one…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Adolescents, Adolescent Attitudes
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Wesley A. Sims; Rondy Yu; Danielle Zahn – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
While disruptions to typical education, special education, and psycho-educational service delivery practices in response to the COVID-19 pandemic have dissipated, their impact magnified educational systems' overreliance on evaluations to determine eligibility for special education and related services. Given that the potential for future…
Descriptors: Special Education, COVID-19, Pandemics, Student Evaluation
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Avalon S. Moore; Brian A. Zaboski – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
COVID-19 has imposed physical, mental, and emotional isolation contributing to adverse mental health outcomes in children and adolescents. For school children struggling with trauma, the pandemic has both exacerbated existing symptoms and served as a source for trauma. Due to the increase in psychological distress, there has never been a higher…
Descriptors: Trauma Informed Approach, COVID-19, Pandemics, Intervention
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Danielle Rozmiarek; Franci Crepeau-Hobson – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
Compassion fatigue refers to the negative consequences associated with working with traumatized individuals. When a crisis occurs, school psychologists are often the first to respond to the mental health needs of the children, frequently exposing them to the intimate details of the crisis and increasing the risk of compassion fatigue. The aim of…
Descriptors: School Psychologists, Altruism, Fatigue (Biology), Crisis Intervention
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Sara Kupzyk; Lindsey Aberle; Maria Juarez; Madison Schaller – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
Family-school partnerships are valuable and are associated with improvements in students' academic success. However, teachers often do not receive sufficient training to confidently collaborate with families. Furthermore, parents report feeling unsure of how to support learning at home and dissatisfaction with the special education process. The…
Descriptors: Special Education, Distance Education, Behavior Modification, Skill Development
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Miranda Cormaci; Adam D. Weaver; Jonathan B. Santo – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
This study explored school psychologists' practices in the areas of developing behavior intervention plans (BIPs), conducting functional behavior assessments (FBAs), and behavioral consultation. Practitioners were asked to rate their level of confidence in the implementation with fidelity of the last BIP they developed. Relationships between these…
Descriptors: School Psychologists, Behavior Modification, Functional Behavioral Assessment, Self Efficacy
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Margaret T. Floress; Lyndsay N. Jenkins; Sara Caldwell; Kaylee Hampton – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
This exploratory study extends the literature on teachers' stress and self-efficacy in relation to behavior management. Sixty-six middle and high school teachers' use of praise and reprimand during a 20-min observation, in the general education setting, were examined. Following the observation, teachers completed stress and self-efficacy scales,…
Descriptors: Stress Management, Stress Variables, Self Efficacy, Student Behavior
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Tammy L. Stephens; Pedro Olvera; Edward K. Schultz – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
This article positions the core-selective evaluation process (C-SEP), a pattern of strengths and weaknesses (PSW) model of identifying specific learning disabilities (SLD), within guidelines and best practices recommended for assessing English learners. C-SEP is a broad approach that utilizes multiple sources of data to establish underachievement,…
Descriptors: English Language Learners, Learning Disabilities, Evaluation Methods, Best Practices
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Kira J. Carbonneau; Genna Kieper; Carlos Anguiano; Matthew Lemberger-Truelove; David Atencio – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
The support and engagement teachers foster in their classrooms likely impact student success in reading achievement. Therefore, we used a multilevel approach to examine if students' perception of support and engagement at both the individual and classroom levels were associated with students' overall reading achievement. Perception data collected…
Descriptors: Reading Instruction, Reading Achievement, Grade 3, Grade 4
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Therese L. Mathews; Ed Daly; Gina M. Kunz; Ashley M. Lugo; Paige McArdle; Katy Menousek; Kevin Kupzyk – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
The prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has risen significantly in the past two decades. Unfortunately, there is a shortage of mental health providers who have specialized training in delivering evidenced-based services to this population. Early intensive behavioral intervention (EIBI) is an evidenced-based treatment recommended for…
Descriptors: School Psychologists, Students with Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Mental Health
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A. Alexander Beaujean; Ryan J. McGill; Stefan C. Dombrowski – Contemporary School Psychology, 2024
School psychology contributes to the science of human behavior and utilizes this science to inform an evidence-based practice. The usefulness of this science is dependent on scientists making good faith efforts to minimize bias in their research. Nonetheless, implicit biases can still influence scientists' decisions and, hence, the outcomes of…
Descriptors: School Psychology, Conflict of Interest, Financial Support, Ethics
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