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Little, Steven G.; Akin-Little, Angeleque; Palomares, Ronald S.; Eckert, Tanya L. – Psychology in the Schools, 2012
There is a paucity of research examining the experiences and perceptions of men employed as school psychology academicians. The purpose of this investigation was to ascertain male school psychology academicians' perceptions of their respective academic climates, levels of support, incidences of harassment, and levels of stress, and to compare…
Descriptors: Females, School Psychologists, School Psychology, Males
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Musgrove, Walter J. – Psychology in the Schools, 1974
Presents a scale of thirteen positive and seven negative statements designed to measure attitudes of teachers toward behavior modification. Results of the item analysis indicate that the individual statements discriminate very effectively between high and low-scoring groups. (Author/PC)
Descriptors: Attitude Measures, Behavior Change, Behavior Theories, Rating Scales
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Barbanel, Laura; Hoffenberg-Rutman, Joan – Psychology in the Schools, 1974
This survey and comparison study of school psychologists suggest that the areas most important in their jobs are the functions that revolve around the individual child. Data supports the notion that the school psychologist is heavily involved with individual assessment and remediation. (Author/PC)
Descriptors: Evaluation, Job Satisfaction, Remedial Programs, Research Projects
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Sabatino, David A.; Abbott, John C. – Psychology in the Schools, 1974
This study measures the effectiveness of mothers functioning as teachers with their own pre-school academically high-risk children. Results indicate that mothers can use structured visual perceptual training to increase the perceptual development of their children. The parents reported favorable attitudes concerning their new roles. (Author/PC)
Descriptors: Family School Relationship, Home Study, Mothers, Nonprofessional Personnel
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Wen, Shih-Sung – Psychology in the Schools, 1974
Two improvement strategies designed to modify children's impulsive tempos were developed and transformed into task exercises. Results indicated that enriching redundancy and enlarging variations in cognitive processes enable the impulsive child to assimilate information and therefore deal more effectively with reality. (Author/PC)
Descriptors: Behavior Change, Behavior Problems, Children, Elementary Education
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Sack, R. Terry; Sack, Kathryn S. – Psychology in the Schools, 1974
This study suggests that teachers and mental hygienists continue to hold differing attitudes toward student behaviors and their effects on mental health. It is likely that differential training and role expectations of these two groups have contributed to the stability of their different attitudes toward behavior and mental health. (Author/PC)
Descriptors: Attitudes, Behavior Problems, Children, Comparative Analysis
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Mahmoudi, Homayoun M.; Snibbe, John R. – Psychology in the Schools, 1974
This research studies and measures in what direction and how students will change when some degree of expectancy in human relationships is changed. Results of data analysis indicate that manipulation in the affective domain in a classroom setting can have significant results for achievement scores, mental health, and IQ. (Author/PC)
Descriptors: Affective Behavior, Behavior Change, Elementary Education, Elementary School Students
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Zweibelson, I.; Coughlin, Francis – Psychology in the Schools, 1974
An informational and attitudinal survey of delinquent boys revealed a serious lack of basic information regarding commonly used drugs, the body's reaction to drugs, the functioning of the body, as well as fairly strong pro-drug attitudes. The school was viewed as the best place to focus on these problems. (Author/PC)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Attitudes, Delinquency, Drug Education
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Loney, Jan – Psychology in the Schools, 1974
The prediction was borne out that children with inadequate impulse control would be found to have inadequate self-esteem and that the association would strengthen with age. Contrary to expectation, the association between impulse control and self-esteem was not stronger for girls than for boys. (Author/PC)
Descriptors: Behavior Patterns, Elementary Education, Elementary School Students, Projective Measures
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Gray, Jerry L. – Psychology in the Schools, 1974
Results show that children with flexible styles obtained higher performances on school learning measures than children who used consistent styles. Study results suggest feasibility of identifying children who tend to use a consistent conceptual style for the purposes of prescribing instructional methods and materials. (Author/PC)
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Concept Formation, Elementary School Students, Generalization
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Hankins, Norman; And Others – Psychology in the Schools, 1978
Relationship between WISC-R subtest scores and Verbal, Performance, and Full Scale IQs was investigated for a sample comprised of rural Appalachian children. The sample was comprised of both white and black children culturally different by virtue of low family income and residence in mountainous areas of Virginia and North Carolina. (Author)
Descriptors: Correlation, Elementary Education, Evaluation, Intelligence Tests
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Lombard, Thomas J.; Riedel, Robert G. – Psychology in the Schools, 1978
WISC-R was administered to 76 subjects from rural school districts referred to a consulting school psychologist for learning problems. Each subject's results on old and new color formats of Coding B subtest were compared. Results suggest possibility of a color enhancement effect, at least with students having learning problems. (Author)
Descriptors: Color, Elementary Education, Evaluation, Factor Analysis
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Hamm, Harry A.; Evans, J. Gary – Psychology in the Schools, 1978
This study attempts to use a subtest grouping approach to analyze the WISC-R performance of a representative sample of severely emotionally disturbed children. A pattern of performance on the WISC-R would aid greatly in diagnosis. A similar approach has obtained significant results for other specific diagnostic groups. (Author)
Descriptors: Clinical Diagnosis, Elementary Education, Emotional Disturbances, Factor Analysis
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Zingale, Salvatore A.; Smith, Monte D. – Psychology in the Schools, 1978
WISC-R and SES data were collected on 122 learning disabled children. Questions were: Is there a relationship between SES and IQ test scores? Is pattern of subtest scores independent of SES? Is Verbal-Performance IQ test score discrepancy independent of SES? Results supported affirmative answers to all three questions. (Author)
Descriptors: Handicapped Children, Intelligence Tests, Learning Disabilities, Research Projects
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Tidwell, Romeria; Wetter, Jack – Psychology in the Schools, 1978
Purpose was to determine what parents want and the degree to which they value psychoeducational reports prepared by school psychologists. The sample (N=44) consisted of parents whose children were seen as out-patients of the UCLA Learning Disorder Clinic. Results showed positive impressions regarding evaluations, usefulness, and content. (Author)
Descriptors: Case Records, Educational Psychology, Parent School Relationship, Parents
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