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Steven M. Hunt; Kisha M. Radliff; Christopher Acton; Alenna Bible; Laurice M. Joseph – School Psychology International, 2024
School climate has been identified as a critical systemic variable associated with many desirable academic and social-emotional outcomes. However, little research has been conducted regarding the students with disabilities' perceptions of school climate. This review aimed to investigate and synthesize the existing research on this topic to…
Descriptors: Students with Disabilities, Educational Environment, Student Attitudes, Journal Articles
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Danbi Choe; Courtenay A. Barrett; Jungmin Kwon; Lamia Bagasrawala – School Psychology International, 2024
Despite a myriad of linguistic and cultural barriers, immigrant parents of children with disabilities in the United States have adopted a variety of advocacy strategies. Drawing upon the frameworks of Community Cultural Wealth and Ecological Systems Theory, this study explores how Korean immigrant mothers of children with disabilities advocate for…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Mothers, Foreign Countries, Students with Disabilities
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Han Zhang; Qing Hu; Yanting Mao – School Psychology International, 2024
Given its negative consequences for children's mental health and academic performance, parental burnout has recently drawn researchers' attention. However, its effects on children's behavior remain unclear. To fill this gap, this study examined the relationship between parental burnout and adolescents' phubbing as well as the mediating roles of…
Descriptors: Burnout, Adolescents, Parents, Stress Variables
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Jiali Zhang; Xian Wang; Shoukuan Mu – School Psychology International, 2024
Alexithymia has an important effect on learning burnout; however, the underlying mechanism of this relation remains unclear. This study aims to examine why alexithymia is related to increased learning burnout. Here, we investigated associations between alexithymia and learning burnout, as well as the potential mediating role of self-compassion in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students, Secondary School Students, Altruism
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Kim M. Starreveld; Mathilde M. Overbeek; Agnes M. Willemen; Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg – School Psychology International, 2024
The evidence-based parenting program Video-Feedback Intervention to promote Positive Parenting and Sensitive Discipline (VIPP-SD) may have potential to also support teachers in primary schools in their interaction with children with behavior problems. We therefore adapted the intervention for use with primary school teachers (VIPP-School). Here we…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Feedback (Response), Teacher Student Relationship, Interaction
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Jana Patricia Millonado Valdez – School Psychology International, 2024
Prior studies commonly emphasized the beneficial impacts of a growth mindset on students' success and well-being. However, recent evidence cast doubts on the ability of a growth mindset to optimize desirable achievement and psychological outcomes. This study contributes to this line of evidence by exploring the association of mindsets in talent--a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, High School Students, World Views, Student Attitudes
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Golda S. Ginsburg; Jeffrey E. Pella; Anneliese DeVito; Grace Chan – School Psychology International, 2024
The purpose of this study was to compare the impact of two teacher trainings, both focused on identifying student anxiety and implementing empirically supported anxiety reduction strategies in the classroom. A comparison of teachers' satisfaction with their training was examined along with pre-post training changes on measures of teachers'…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Anxiety, Elementary School Teachers, Knowledge Base for Teaching
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Amanda W. G. van Loon; Hanneke E. Creemers; Simone Vogelaar; Nadira Saab; Anne C. Miers; P. Michiel Westenberg; Jessica J. Asscher – School Psychology International, 2024
Targeted school-based programs seem to be a promising approach to help adolescents in need. Nevertheless, successful implementation and evaluation of such programs is challenging. However, there is limited knowledge about (overcoming) the challenges of implementation and experimental evaluation of school-based programs. The goal of the present…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary Schools, Grade 7, Grade 8
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Yuchi Zhang; Chunqian Wang; Yi An; Xinrui Jiang – School Psychology International, 2024
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has increased the risk of psychological distress among adolescents. Moreover, adolescents in 70 countries have suffered simultaneously from the COVID-19 pandemic and flood disasters. Research on the protective role of mindfulness on psychological distress is warranted; moreover, the practical needs…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Natural Disasters
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Sujay V. Sabnis; Jennifer R. Wolgemuth – School Psychology International, 2024
Validity refers to the extent to which a given study reflects the dominant values of a research community regarding what constitutes "good" research. Methodological texts on qualitative research provide a wide range of criteria and strategies to help qualitative researchers validate their studies. Given the importance of these strategies…
Descriptors: School Psychology, Research Methodology, Qualitative Research, Coding
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Mohangi, Kamleshie – School Psychology International, 2023
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic had a global impact on family social and economic well-being. Individuals and families sought alternative living arrangements as a result of the financial crisis, health implications, and housing insecurity, with many joining multigenerational households. However, it is unknown how multigenerational…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Economic Impact, Well Being
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McCalman, Janya; Caelli, Nicole; Travers, Helen; Graham, Veronica; Hunter, Ernest – School Psychology International, 2023
Purpose: From 2018, the Schools Up North (SUN) programme worked with three remote Australian schools to enhance their capability and resilience to support the wellbeing and mental health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. This paper explores the implementation of SUN during the first two years of COVID-19 (2020-2021).…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Foreign Countries, Mental Health, Well Being
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Theron, Linda; Ungar, Michael; Höltge, Jan – School Psychology International, 2023
Does historic school engagement buffer the threats of disrupted schooling -- such as those associated with the widespread COVID-19-related school closures -- to school engagement equally for female and male high school students? This article responds to that pressing question. To do so, it reports a study that was conducted in 2018 and 2020 with…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
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Chatlos, Suzannah B.; Samudra, Preeti G.; Magoon, Jillian M.; Lokossou, Aquilas C. – School Psychology International, 2023
Little is known about how the COVID-19 pandemic relates to child and parent functioning in a rural population. The present study investigated how disability status and parent factors related to resilience in a rural population before and after the shift to remote instruction. Parents of elementary-aged children in a rural area of the U.S.…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Parents, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Goodwin, Aijah K. B.; Roberson, Anthony J.; Watson, Ar'Reon; Chen, Grace L.; Long, Anna C. J. – School Psychology International, 2023
Given the individual and systemic stress endured by children and families during the COVID-19 pandemic, research examining culturally responsive school experiences and supports to enhance resilience is critical. This study examined the relationship between caregivers' perceptions of COVID-19 impact, mental health distress among children and…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Mental Health, Anxiety
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