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Ostrov, Jamie M.; Godleski, Stephanie A.; Kamper-DeMarco, Kimberly E.; Blakely-McClure, Sarah J.; Celenza, Lauren – School Psychology Review, 2015
A replication of a preventive early childhood intervention study for reducing relational and physical aggression and peer victimization was conducted (Ostrov et al., 2009). The present study expanded on the original 6-week program, and the revised Early Childhood Friendship Project (ECFP) 8-week program consisted of developmentally appropriate…
Descriptors: Friendship, Bullying, Early Childhood Education, Intervention
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Froh, Jeffrey J.; Bono, Giacomo; Fan, Jinyan; Emmons, Robert A.; Henderson, Katherine; Harris, Cheray; Leggio, Heather; Wood, Alex M. – School Psychology Review, 2014
Gratitude is essential to social life and well-being. Although research with youth populations has gained momentum recently, only two gratitude interventions have been conducted in youth, targeting mostly adolescents. In the current research, we tested a new intervention for promoting gratitude among the youngest children targeted to date.…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Psychological Patterns, Elementary School Students, Randomized Controlled Trials
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Massetti, Greta M. – School Psychology Review, 2009
Enhancing children's literacy achievement has been identified as a top priority in education policy and research. Recent federal policies and legislation, such as the No Child Left Behind Act and the Reading First Act, have placed special emphasis on academic readiness for children from disadvantaged backgrounds. The present project evaluated the…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Group Activities, Federal Legislation, Disadvantaged Youth
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DiGennaro, Florence D.; Martens, Brian K.; McIntyre, Laura Lee – School Psychology Review, 2005
The current study examined the extent to which treatment integrity was increased and maintained for 4 teachers in their regular classroom settings as a result of performance feedback and negative reinforcement. Teachers received daily written feedback about their accuracy in implementing an intervention and were able to avoid meeting with a…
Descriptors: Student Behavior, Intervention, Behavior Modification, Integrity