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Smith, Stephen W.; Daunic, Ann P.; Aydin, Burak; Van Loan, Christopher L.; Barber, Brian R.; Taylor, Gregory G. – School Psychology Review, 2016
Social-emotional learning curricula to prevent student problematic behaviors should play a prominent role in public school instruction. While social-emotional curricula have been shown to be effective, there are few replication studies that substantiate their capacity to improve outcomes for students who exhibit problem behaviors. Thus, we…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Emotional Problems, Behavior Problems, Risk
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Vorstius, Christian; Radach, Ralph; Mayer, Michael B.; Lonigan, Christopher J. – School Psychology Review, 2013
Comprehension monitoring is considered a key issue in current debates on ways to improve children's reading comprehension. However, processes and mechanisms underlying this skill are currently not well understood. This article describes one of the first attempts to study comprehension monitoring using eye-tracking methodology. Students in fifth…
Descriptors: Reading Comprehension, Sentences, Eye Movements, Elementary School Students
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Lazarus, Philip J.; Jackson, Joseph – School Psychology Review, 1983
The effective and timely use of the Sunset Review process enabled Florida specialist-level school psychologists to become eligible for private practice licensure. By examining the history of Florida school psychology licensure, other state associations may better understand how social, economic, and political forces made this legislation possible.…
Descriptors: Certification, Guidelines, History, School Psychologists