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Bahr Weiss; Hoang-Minh Dang; Giang Le; Van Vu; Susan Forman – School Psychology, 2024
Worldwide, the majority of youth reside in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC). School-based mental health (SBMH) services are particularly important in LMIC, in part because of LMIC's limited mental health infrastructure. Among the challenges to developing SBMH in LMIC are limited implementation science (IS) capacity, critical for identifying…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Youth, Mental Health, Student Welfare
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Cixin Wang; Ting Gao; Xueqian Cheng; Beilei Li – School Psychology, 2024
This study investigated the changes in social media use and cyber victimization before (November 2019) and during the COVID-19 pandemic (March 2020) among Chinese middle school students. It also examined the relation between cyber victimization and school adjustment overtime, and whether depressive symptoms mediated this relation and whether the…
Descriptors: Social Media, Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, COVID-19
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Sergio Di Sano; Jesslynn Rocha Neves; Gino Casale; Baiba Martinsone; Tamika P. La Salle-Finley – School Psychology, 2024
In recent decades, much international research has been carried out on school climate and its relationship with learning, socioemotional, and health outcomes (Berkowitz et al., 2017; La Salle, Rocha-Neves, et al., 2021; Pizmony-Levy et al., 2019). Limited research has been carried out to investigate the relationship between school climate and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Environment, Secondary Schools, Minority Group Students
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Yanchen Zhang – School Psychology, 2024
The prevalence of externalizing behaviors imposes a far-reaching negative impact on students' social, behavioral, and academic outcomes, which constitute a public health issue in low-resource and populous developing countries (e.g., China). Compared to the "one-size-fits-all" approach (OSFA; forcing a single evidence-based intervention…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Behavior Problems, Intervention, Evidence Based Practice
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Xiaoli Yang; Haiyan Zhao; Jianhua Zhou; Xue Gong – School Psychology, 2024
Relationships with parents and teachers are crucial to a child's socialization. However, little is known about the transactional processes between parent-child and teachers-student relationships and their mediating mechanisms. This short-term longitudinal study examined bidirectional relations between positive parent-child and teachers-student…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Grade 4, Grade 5, Longitudinal Studies
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Maksym Halchenko; Alyona Malynoshevska; Nataliia Belska; Maryna Melnyk – School Psychology, 2024
The article examines the results of a study of the resilience of teachers, students, and their parents 2 months after the start of a full-scale war in Ukraine. The total number of respondents who took part in the study is 14,556. There are employees of educational institutions (29%), students (22.41%), and parents (48.22%) from all regions of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, War, Youth, Parents
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Prerna G. Arora; Lorey A. Wheeler; Karissa Lim; Ana Ledesma – School Psychology, 2024
Newcomer immigrant adolescents (NIA) represent a particularly vulnerable group in the United States, facing numerous stressors placing them at risk for social-emotional and academic concerns. Schools play a critical role in supporting NIA in the United States. Despite this, insufficient research addressing the needs of this group within schools…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Adolescents, Minority Group Students, Educational Research
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Sarah Kiperman; Kelly Clark; Tyler L. Renshaw; Jacqueline R. Anderson; Elana Bernstein; Jessica B. Willenbrink – School Psychology, 2024
Mental health screening is a pivotal practice for promoting the social-emotional-behavioral (SEB) health and well-being of youth in schools. However, some aspects of traditional mental health screening practices may inadvertently perpetuate structural racism and unintentionally facilitate oppression and SEB disparities. We address this issue…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Screening Tests, Social Justice, Racism
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Colleen R. O'Neal; Kathleen Khong; John Khong; Su Chen Tan – School Psychology, 2024
Guided by a participatory culture-specific consultation model, this study contributes to an understanding of the effectiveness of school consultation with teachers of refugee students. The goal of the present study was to determine the impact of an individual consultation intervention with refugee teachers on their self-efficacy and self-care, in…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Foreign Countries, Teachers, Refugees
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Chunyan Yang; Quennie Dong; Ella Rho; Zhaojun Teng – School Psychology, 2024
To understand the role of different school-wide practices in school-wide bullying prevention in the global context, this present study was guided by the social-ecological framework to examine cross-country similarities and differences in the association between three forms of school-wide practices (i.e., punitive, positive, and social and…
Descriptors: Bullying, Educational Practices, Prevention, Punishment
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Margaret T. Floress; Hao-Jan Luh; Laura Heuermann; Alice Granberg; Ashlyn Wingate; Macey Wienstroer; Jade Montgomery – School Psychology, 2024
Despite the existing research and evidence for teacher praise, this strategy has been studied less frequently in secondary school settings. To better understand and support teacher praise across all school settings, it is important to understand gaps in the literature, especially related to middle and high school settings. In this review, we…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, High School Students, Positive Reinforcement, Secondary Schools
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Tracy A. Cameron; Jane L. D. Carroll; Mele Taumoepeau; Elizabeth Schaughency – School Psychology, 2024
This study described the growth trajectories of 105 children (n = 55 boys) who had just started primary school in New Zealand (NZ). Children were assessed every fourth school week around 1.5 months after starting school, for five sessions on Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills first sound fluency (FSF), AIMSweb letter sound fluency…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Emergent Literacy, Elementary School Students, Learning Trajectories
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Sally L. Grapin; Carrie Masia Warner; DeVant̩ J. Cunningham; Jessica L. Bonumwezi; Farah Mahmud; Nora L. Portillo; Danielle Nisenson РSchool Psychology, 2024
Online racial discrimination (ORD) has been found to have deleterious effects on the psychological and academic outcomes of youth of color. Racial centrality (i.e., the extent to which one regards their racial group membership as important to their identity) may be a powerful buffer of these effects and has been identified as an important…
Descriptors: African American Children, Youth, African Americans, Racial Discrimination
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Brittany A. Pereira; Narmene Hamsho; Annisha Susilo; Gianna M. Famolare; Jan Blacher; Abbey Eisenhower – School Psychology, 2024
Autistic students experience greater social difficulties and heightened internalizing behaviors (e.g., anxiety, depression, withdrawal) relative to their nonautistic peers, yet little is known about how these domains influence one another over time. This 1.5-year longitudinal study analyzed the associations between teacher-reported social skills…
Descriptors: Young Children, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Interpersonal Competence, Adjustment (to Environment)
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Marianne Rice; Florina Erbeli; Adrea Truckenmiller; Jill Morris – School Psychology, 2024
Universal screening in reading is a common, and often required, practice in early elementary school. Computer-adaptive screening tools, such as "Istation's Indicators of Progress-Early Reading" (ISIP-ER), are often chosen for this purpose in schools. In our present study, we examine the validity evidence between the ISIP-ER in…
Descriptors: Kindergarten, Young Children, Screening Tests, Reading Ability
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