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Henry, Stephan A. – School Psychology Review, 1981
Parent training as a mode of therapeutic intervention with children is examined. Five major approaches to parent training are reviewed; behavioral, Adlerian, interpersonal communications, parenthood education, and bibliotherapy. An illustration of each approach is presented with additional citations of the relevant literature. (Author/RL)
Descriptors: Behavior Modification, Bibliotherapy, Communication Skills, Elementary Secondary Education
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Leonard, Judith; Turnbull, Ann P. – School Psychology Review, 1981
Recognizing the changing role of parents of handicapped children in the educational planning process, the advocacy roles and responsibilities for parent involvement are identified and discussed in light of their implications for school psychologists. Materials available to assist in the training of parents are presented. (Author/RL)
Descriptors: Advocacy, Decision Making, Elementary Secondary Education, Individualized Education Programs
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Hall, Marilyn C.; Nelson, Dorellis J. – School Psychology Review, 1981
Responsive Parenting is a program designed to use parents in helping teach other parents to apply a behavior analysis approach in managing the behavior of their children. A description and evaluation of the adaptations for single-parents are discussed. Guidelines for program development and implementation are provided. (Author/RL)
Descriptors: Behavior Modification, Elementary Secondary Education, Home Programs, One Parent Family
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O'Block, Frank R.; And Others – School Psychology Review, 1981
A nationwide survey of school psychologists was conducted to determine the extent and nature of their current involvement with child abuse, their recommendations for future involvement, and whether school psychologists working in large urban areas have greater exposure to the problem of child abuse. (Author/RL)
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Elementary Secondary Education, National Surveys, Questionnaires
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Plas, Jeanne M. – School Psychology Review, 1981
An ecological and transactional approach based on Project Re-Ed, liaison psychology makes use of tensions which arise from differing points of view and seeks to facilitate growth of effective relationships. A discussion of strategies which can be used by the practicing school psychologist is presented. (Author/RL)
Descriptors: Behavior Modification, Behavior Theories, Educational Innovation, Elementary Secondary Education
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Fagan, Tom – School Psychology Review, 1981
An historical analysis is presented of the controversy surrounding an alleged study, the data from which were originally published in 1969. Despite considerable evidence refuting the validity of both the data and the study, the results continue to be cited in school psychology literature. (Author)
Descriptors: Research Reports, School Psychologists, Statistical Data, Teacher Attitudes
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Zins, Joseph E.; Hopkins, Ruth Ann – School Psychology Review, 1981
Referral of a child/family for outside counseling confronts school psychologists on a frequent basis. The literature is reviewed in order to describe procedures of a cooperative program between a school district and a community mental health center which is designed for keeping initial counseling appointments. (Author/RL)
Descriptors: Counseling Services, Elementary Secondary Education, Referral, School Community Relationship
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Bersoff, Donald N. – School Psychology Review, 1980
This article presents the background, the history, and the implications of the Larry P. v Riles decisions in 1972 and in 1979 in which a federal district court enjoined California from using any standardized intelligence tests to assess Black children for eligibility for classes of educable mentally retarded. (Author/CTM)
Descriptors: Ability Grouping, Ability Identification, Black Students, Court Litigation
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Reschly, Daniel J. – School Psychology Review, 1980
The analysis in this article is directed to the basic issues: Are IQ tests biased against Black children? And are IQ tests valid for the placement of Black children in special programs? The research evidence on these major issues is ambiguous and contradictory. (Author/CTM)
Descriptors: Ability Identification, Black Students, Court Litigation, Elementary Secondary Education
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MacMillan, Donald L.; Meyers, C. Edward – School Psychology Review, 1980
The Larry P. decision is criticized with reference to: (1) predictive tests and the standard curriculum; (2) the court's portrayal of special classes; (3) the effects of the 1972 decision on special class enrollment; (4) semantic confusion; and (5) the impact on Black children who experience academic difficulty. (Author/CTM)
Descriptors: Ability Identification, Black Students, Compensatory Education, Court Litigation
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Madden, Palmer Brown – School Psychology Review, 1980
This article addresses the question of why intelligence tests were put on trial. The courts had to weigh the validity of intelligence tests once California chose to rely upon intelligence tests to justify the large numbers of Black children in classes for the educable mentally retarded. (Author/CTM)
Descriptors: Ability Identification, Black Students, Court Litigation, Cultural Influences
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Brown, Douglas T.; And Others – School Psychology Review, 1982
The Olympia Conference on the Future of School Psychology--designed to develop action strategies on critical issues of the next 25 years--was cosponsored by the American Psychological Association's Division 16 and the National Association of School Psychologists. Conference origins in the Spring Hill Symposium, issues, leadership, and design are…
Descriptors: Accountability, Educational Psychology, Elementary Secondary Education, Professional Recognition
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Ogilvy, Joy – School Psychology Review, 1982
To understand the implications of the past and present on coming decisions, the major economic, political, and social forces in the United States are analyzed. The period of postwar growth is contrasted with the uncertainties of the 1970s, and two divergent projections of the 1980s are presented. (CM)
Descriptors: Economic Development, Educational Psychology, Futures (of Society), Government Role
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Shaffer, Marcia B. – School Psychology Review, 1982
The independent and autonomous practice of psychology in schools, and the need for reciprocity of certification among states, are advocated in a discussion of professional organizations to improve the position of school psychologists. Training standards and the lack of self-analysis in relation to professional conduct are discussed. (CM)
Descriptors: Certification, Educational Psychology, Elementary Secondary Education, Professional Associations
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Benson, A. Jerry; Coulter, W. Alan – School Psychology Review, 1982
Crucial issues in the future of school psychology, regardless of the opinion rating in a questionnaire were found to be the role definition of school psychologist, influences of PL 94-142, assessment practices, intervention techniques, political and economic forces and legal-ethical conflicts. The survey of psychologists was an information base…
Descriptors: Attitudes, Educational Psychology, Elementary Secondary Education, Professional Development
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