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Introduction to school psychology : controversies and current practice

Author: Matthew K Burns
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]
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The discipline of school psychology has been shaped over the course of its existence by a series of professional and scientific controversies, and by how researchers and practitioners have responded to those controversies. Should there be an entry-level degree requirement for school psychologists? What should a school psychologist's role be with regard to student mental health? Should school psychologists work  Read more...
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Introduction to school psychology
New York : Oxford University Press, [2019]
(DLC) 2018055534
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew K Burns
ISBN: 9780190619329 0190619325
OCLC Number: 1074306217
Description: xvii, 559 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction to School Psychology: Controversies and Current Practice / Matthew K. Burns --
SECTION 1 Current Practice --
Laws, Rules, Regulations, and Ethical Standards That Affect Current Practice / Dawn M. Decker --
Culturally Competent Practice / Scott L. Graves Jr. --
Giving Expertise Away Through School Consultation: A Framework for School Psychology / Daniel S. Newman, Julie Q. Morrison --
SECTION 2 Professional Associations --
APA Division 16--School Psychology / James DiPerna --
National Association of School Psychologists / Todd A. Savage, Leslie Z. Paige --
Society for the Study of School Psychology / Elaine Clark, Stacy Overstreet, Robert J. Volpe, Karen C. Stoiber, Margaret Semrud-Clikeman --
Council for Exceptional Children / Antonis Katsiyannis, Robin P. Ennis, Rebecca Leary --
International School Psychology Association / Bonnie K. Nastasi --
SECTION 3 Theoretical Foundations --
Theory, Conceptual Frameworks, and Practice in School Psychology / Matthew K. Burns, Anna Benton, Victoria Erhardt, Elyse M. Farnsworth, Julia Hunter, Elena Kwong, Brittany Myers --
Prediction Versus Control: Influences of Applied Behavior Analysis on School Psychology Practice / Brian K. Martens, Michael P. Mullane --
Neuroscience for School Psychologists / J. W. Kalat --
Influence of Cognitive Psychology on School Psychology / Sashank Varma, Allyson J. Kiss, Robin S. Codding --
Applications of Social Psychology Theory and Research to School Psychology Practice / Frederic J. Medway --
Prevention Science: An Approach to Inform the Future of School Psychology / Keith C. Herman, Wendy M. Reinke, Aaron M. Thompson --
SECTION 4 Controversies That Shape Practice --
Idiographic Versus Nomothetic History: The First Debate in School Psychology / Dan Florell --
Ph.D. Versus Ed.S.: The Ongoing Entry-Level Credentialing Debate / David M. Hulac --
Schools Versus Alternative Settings: Current Practice / Jennifer A. Mautone, Genery D. Booster, Tamique J. Ridgard --
Integrating Diagnostic Systems in School Psychology: DSM-5, ICD-11, and IDEA / Steven R. Shaw, Mark-Damyan Edwards --
Structural Analysis Versus Functional Analysis of Behavior / Stephen P. Kilgus, T. Chris Riley-Tillman --
Differentiating Emotional Disturbance from Social Maladjustment: A Futile Search for a Red Herring / Frank M. Gresham, Rachel Olinger Steeves, Sarah Metallo --The Identification of Learning Disabilities: PSW Versus Rtl Methods / Jeremy Miciak, Jack M. Fletcher --
Improving Student Behavior and Mental Health: School-based Therapies Versus Functional Approaches to Behavior Intervention / Nicole R. Skaar, Suzanne Maas --
Arguments for and Against the Use of Psychotropic Medication in School-Aged Populations / John S. Carlson, Adrianna E. Crossing --
Remediating Student Learning Problems: Aptitude-by-Treatment Interaction Versus Skill-by-Treatment Interaction / Randy G. Floyd, John H. Kranzler --
SECTION 5 Current Context and the Future of the Field --
School Psychology in an Urban Setting / Anthony M. Adamowski --
Challenges Unique to Rural School Psychology / Kari A. Oyen --
Technology and the Future of School Psychology / Jack A. Cummings, Dan Florell, William Pfohl, Susan Jarmuz-Smith --
Futures Conferences / Samuel Y. Song, Patti Harrison, Jack A. Cummings, Susan Jarmuz-Smith --
Future Issues and Controversies That Will Shape School Psychology / Amanda M. VanDerHeyden, Amy M. Briesch, Shannon Suldo, Andrew Roach, Amanda L. Sullivan, Jessica A. Hoffman, S. Andrew Garbacz, Lisa M. Hagermoser Sanetti, Robin S. Codding
Responsibility: edited by Matthew K. Burns.

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