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Ohmstede, Tammi J.; Yetter, Georgette – Journal of Educational & Psychological Consultation, 2015
This study investigated the effectiveness of conjoint behavioral consultation (CBC) for addressing externalizing behavior concerns in African American children at home and school in a low-socioeconomic status (SES), urban setting. A small-n, multiple-baseline design was employed across participants. Three of the six caregivers were unable to…
Descriptors: Consultation Programs, Behavior Modification, Behavior Problems, African American Children
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Preast, June L.; Burns, Matthew K. – Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 2019
School psychologists can impact student outcomes by consulting with teams around data. The current study investigated the effects of consultation with Professional Learning Communities (PLC) teacher teams. The study included four teacher teams, observing their PLC practices and providing consultation. Each team was observed with a…
Descriptors: School Psychologists, Consultants, Communities of Practice, Teacher Collaboration
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Sheridan, Susan M.; Warnes, Emily D.; Woods, Kathryn E.; Blevins, Carrie A.; Magee, Katie L.; Ellis, Cynthia – Journal of Educational & Psychological Consultation, 2009
Pediatric school psychology is a relatively new subspecialty in the field; however, few specific, prescribed roles have been articulated, and fewer have yielded preliminary efficacy data. In this exploratory study, the acceptability and potential efficacy of conjoint behavioral consultation (CBC) as a model for linking families, schools, and…
Descriptors: Consultants, School Psychologists, Cooperation, School Psychology
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Briesch, Amy M.; Chafouleas, Sandra M. – Journal of Educational & Psychological Consultation, 2009
It has been suggested that both internal (e.g., acceptability) and external (e.g., feasibility) factors should be taken under consideration in order to fully understand children's usage of interventions designed to improve their behavior. The purpose of this study was to initiate development of a student self-report measure (Children's Usage…
Descriptors: Rating Scales, Intervention, Behavior Modification, Measurement Techniques