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Fagan, Thomas K.; Delugach, Frances J. – School Psychology Review, 1984
The study of early literature related to school psychology provides a fruitful source for understanding contemporary professional events and issues. It also reveals historical information in conflict with previously published accounts of the early history of school psychology. (Author)
Descriptors: Educational History, Literature Reviews, School Psychologists
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Abramowitz, Elizabeth A. – School Psychology Review, 1981
Based on the past, future concerns of school psychologists will be internal professional interests to the exclusion of the larger social concerns. With the past as a warning, there is a chance to overcome provincialism, favoring more interactions with educators, policymakers, and consumers of school psychology services. (Author/GK)
Descriptors: Court Litigation, Educational History, Educational Psychology, Elementary Secondary Education
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Carnine, Douglas; Miller, Sam; Bean, Rita; Zigmond, Naomi – School Psychology Review, 1994
Presents historical overview of social studies and issues that have led to emerging reform efforts. Describes current social-studies instructional practices from perspective of educational needs of diverse learners. Lists four attributes of social-studies tools that may help teachers solve problems associated with current practices while trying to…
Descriptors: Diversity (Student), Educational Change, Educational Strategies, Elementary Secondary Education
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Fagan, Thomas K. – School Psychology Review, 1994
Report on symposium by four school psychology leaders (Irwin Hyman, Jack I. Bardon, Douglas T. Brown, Margaret Dawson) who offer perspectives on the future plus review predictions made in 1978. Hyman reports on issues of role and function; Barton discusses how doctoral-level practice played out; Brown reviews importance of competency-based…
Descriptors: Career Academies, Conferences, Educational Change, Futures (of Society)
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Shapiro, Edward S. – School Psychology Review, 1995
Presents a perspective on the last five years of "School Psychology Review" (SPR) under editorship of Edward S. Shapiro. Provides content analysis of types of articles published by content affiliation of primary authors. Results suggest that SPR remains a highly competitive journal in school psychology and has expanded its influence into multiple…
Descriptors: Content Analysis, Scholarly Journals, School Psychologists, School Psychology
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James, Bernard – School Psychology Review, 1994
Examines some of the key school law cases pertinent to developing policies and procedures to address campus situations that may be associated with school crime/violence. Discusses the legal concept of a reasonableness and its use on forming reactive and proactive school discipline procedures. (Author/NB)
Descriptors: Court Litigation, Crime, Discipline Policy, Elementary School Students
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Kramer, Jack J.; Peters, Glenda J. – School Psychology Review, 1985
Demographic information, history, and research relating to psychological services in rural schools are examined. Although some factors are unique to rural schools, it is concluded that services and perceptions of practitioners are similar in rural and urban areas. School psychologists spend most of their time in assessment for special placement.…
Descriptors: Counselor Role, Delivery Systems, Educational History, Elementary Secondary Education
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Dawson, Margaret M. – School Psychology Review, 1994
Article from paper presented at 24th annual convention of National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) in 1992. Identifies current issues in school psychology revolving around five points: its role in reform, current educational structures, response to increasingly multicultural and pluralistic society, uniting home and school to enhance…
Descriptors: Cultural Pluralism, Educational Change, Family School Relationship, School Psychologists
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Fagan, Thomas K. – School Psychology Review, 1994
Provides overview of organizational development of school psychology in the 1960s that proceeded the founding of the National Association of School Psychologist (NASP). Offers an account of NASP's subsequent growth, accomplishments, and shortcomings. Based on address given at the 1993 NASP meeting. (Author/JDM)
Descriptors: Conferences, History, Organizational Development, Professional Associations
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Fagan, Thomas K. – School Psychology Review, 1987
This article describes what is known of Arnold L. Gesell's position in Connecticut between 1914-1919, including conditions of employment and responsibilities. While some questions remain unanswered regarding Gesell's acquisition of the title "school psychologist," it is concluded that he was the first U.S. practitioner to hold that…
Descriptors: Educational History, Educational Psychology, Educational Research, Employment
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Fagan, Thomas K. – School Psychology Review, 1987
Arnold Gesell's (1880-1960) qualifications, career, experiences, and the events which led to his official appointment as the first school psychologist in the United States are discussed. Gesell was influenced by Hall's thinking, and his graduate studies were a combination of experimental, developmental, and clinical psychology. (JAZ)
Descriptors: Biographies, Educational Psychology, History, School Psychologists
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Fagan, Thomas K.; And Others – School Psychology Review, 1986
Most school psychologists lack information about their organizational history and the development of what is now a strong state and national network of professional groups. This article attempts to bridge this gap, describing the evolution of professional groups and their growth in recent decades. (Author)
Descriptors: National Organizations, Organizational Development, Professional Associations, School Psychologists
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Bardon, Jack I. – School Psychology Review, 1994
Reviews predictions made at National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Convention in 1978. School psychology is now a separate nondoctoral professional subdiscipline of psychology. Recommends school psychologists not give up assessing for special education but broaden their roles to include intervention by participating in site-based…
Descriptors: Conferences, Psychological Testing, Role, School Based Management
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Brown, Douglas T. – School Psychology Review, 1994
Examines issues raised at earlier symposium in 1978 by Jack I. Bardon, Irwin Hyman, Douglas T. Brown, including standards for providers and impact of special education on the profession. Reviews predictions and provides survey evidence for future considerations, including continual need to recognize importance of competency-based training with…
Descriptors: Competency Based Education, Conferences, School Psychologists, Special Education
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Craighead, W. Edward – School Psychology Review, 1982
Historical events in the development of cognitive-behavior therapy with children are reviewed. Suggestions are offered for areas which might be valuable for therapists to consider in the 1980s. (Author/GK)
Descriptors: Behavior Modification, Behavior Problems, Children, Clinical Psychology
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