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Naser, Shereen; Dever, Bridget – School Psychology Review, 2019
This study used growth curve modeling to map risk by gender across the middle school transition. Participants included 609 (49.5% female) students in grades 4-8 in an urban school serving primarily African American youth from low-income communities. Results indicated that overall risk increased over time and was consistent over the middle school…
Descriptors: Risk, Gender Differences, Middle School Students, African American Students
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Collier-Meek, Melissa A.; Johnson, Austin H.; Sanetti, Lisa H.; Minami, Takuya – School Psychology Review, 2019
Research suggests that class-wide academic engagement can be improved by research-based classroom management. However, teachers struggle to implement classroom management consistently and may need ongoing support. Identifying critical components of classroom management could help illuminate mechanisms of action and streamline teacher…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Learner Engagement, Best Practices, Scheduling
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Fite, Paula J.; Poquiz, Jonathan; Díaz, Kathleen I.; Williford, Anne; Tampke, Elizabeth C. – School Psychology Review, 2019
Extant research indicates that peer victimization is an important factor in the development of internalizing symptoms for youth. However, few studies have examined contextual factors that may impact how peer victimization contributes to these symptoms in middle childhood, especially in the form of victimization. The current study evaluated…
Descriptors: Victims, Bullying, School Safety, Peer Relationship
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Bosman, Rianne J.; Zee, Marjolein; Koomen, Helma M. Y. – School Psychology Review, 2019
The present study examined how different externalizing child behaviors (i.e., hyperactivity, conduct problems) were uniquely associated with teachers' mental representations of relationships with individual children. Participants were 61 teacher-child dyads from typical Dutch elementary schools. Using a two-wave design, teachers first reported…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Teacher Attitudes, Elementary School Teachers, Elementary School Students
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Inge, Zweers; Bijstra, Jan O.; de Castro, Bram Orobio; Tick, Nouchka T.; van de Schoot, Rens A. G. J. – School Psychology Review, 2019
This study examined which factors were related to placement choices for inclusive regular education or exclusive special education for Dutch students with social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties (SEBD). Students aged 6-11 in three subgroups participated: 45 included and 17 excluded students with SEBD (i.e., educated in regular education…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Special Education, Inclusion, Regular and Special Education Relationship
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Hopman, Juliette A. B.; Tick, Nouchka T.; van der Ende, Jan; Wubbels, Theo; Verhulst, Frank C.; Maras, Athanasios; Breeman, Linda D.; van Lier, Pol A. C. – School Psychology Review, 2019
Students exhibiting challenging externalizing behaviors may benefit from supportive interactions with teachers. However, if students show high levels of externalizing behaviors, this may negatively impact on student-teacher interactions, and vice versa. We therefore examined bidirectional developmental links between student-teacher interactions…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Special Education, Interaction, Foreign Countries
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Ramirez, Lauren Haas; Hawkins, Renee O.; Collins, Tai A.; Ritter, Chelsea; Haydon, Todd – School Psychology Review, 2019
Group contingencies are an effective way to prevent and address problem behavior; however, the extent to which these effects transfer to settings where the intervention is not implemented (i.e., setting generalization) is unknown. Using a multiple baseline design, this study assessed the setting generalization of the effects of an interdependent…
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, Behavior Modification, Group Activities, Contingency Management
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Dillon, Melissa B. McHugh; Radley, Keith C.; Tingstrom, Daniel H.; Dart, Evan H.; Barry, Christopher T. – School Psychology Review, 2019
The current study was designed to evaluate the effects of a tootling intervention, in which students report on peers' appropriate behavior, modified to incorporate ClassDojo technology, on class-wide disruptive behavior and academically engaged behavior. An A-B-A-B withdrawal design was used to evaluate the effects of the intervention in 3…
Descriptors: Intervention, Teaching Methods, Peer Influence, Student Behavior
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Bradshaw, Catherine P.; Pas, Elise T.; Bottiani, Jessika H.; Debnam, Katrina J.; Reinke, Wendy M.; Herman, Keith C.; Rosenberg, Michael S. – School Psychology Review, 2018
This article presents findings from a randomized controlled trial (RCT) testing the impact of a novel coaching approach utilized as one element of the Double Check cultural responsivity and student engagement model. The RCT included 158 elementary and middle school teachers randomized to receive coaching or serve as comparisons; all participating…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Faculty Development, Culturally Relevant Education, Classroom Techniques
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Fergus, Edward – School Psychology Review, 2018
The current policy terrain is primed for schools to absorb new discipline strategies and address bias-based beliefs. Over the past 10 years, numerous policy changes regarding discipline have emerged at the federal and state levels. I argue these policy shifts, primarily at the state level, are using two of four value levers (quality, efficiency,…
Descriptors: Role, Discipline Policy, Intervention, Educational Policy
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Cook, Clayton R.; Duong, Mylien T.; McIntosh, Kent; Fiat, Aria E.; Larson, Madeline; Pullmann, Michael D.; McGinnis, Jenna – School Psychology Review, 2018
Longstanding discipline disparities for Black male students are associated with untoward outcomes and necessitate feasible and effective school-based solutions. This study examined the efficacy of GREET-STOP-PROMPT (GSP) as a low-cost, potentially high-yield strategy designed to intervene on putative malleable root causes proximal to…
Descriptors: Males, African American Students, Student Behavior, Discipline Problems
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Tanner, Nicholas; Eklund, Katie; Kilgus, Stephen P.; Johnson, Austin H. – School Psychology Review, 2018
Data derived from universal screening procedures are increasingly utilized by schools to identify and provide additional support to students at risk for behavioral and emotional concerns. As screening has the potential to be resource intensive, effort has been placed on the development of efficient screening procedures, including brief behavior…
Descriptors: Screening Tests, At Risk Students, Behavior Problems, Emotional Problems
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Bryson, Sara L.; Childs, Kristina K. – School Psychology Review, 2018
Previous research has suggested that school climate is an important predictor of school safety and disorder. This study builds on this line of research by examining racial and ethnic differences in the relationship between school climate and disorder in a sample of high school students. The data for this study came from a larger longitudinal study…
Descriptors: Racial Differences, Ethnicity, Educational Environment, High School Students
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Thayer, Andrew J.; Cook, Clayton R.; Fiat, Aria E.; Bartlett-Chase, Meghanne N.; Kember, Jessie M. – School Psychology Review, 2018
A promising development in school-based prevention and intervention science is the use of applied social-psychological concepts to improve students' experiences and outcomes in school. Mounting evidence from rigorous studies supports the efficacy of theoretically informed interventions grounded in social psychology, including growth mindset and…
Descriptors: Intervention, At Risk Students, Prevention, Outcomes of Education
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Volpe, Robert J.; Briesch, Amy M. – School Psychology Review, 2018
The purpose of this commentary is to discuss articles in the special issue focused on improving procedures for universal screening for social-emotional and behavioral problems. Based on work by Hunsley and Mash (2007), we examine factors to consider for those seeking to establish evidence-based behavioral screening practices in school settings.…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Screening Tests, Behavior Problems, Student Behavior
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