Written for the beginning graduate student as well as for the practitioner. The School Psychologist is a comprehensive and up-to-date introduction to the history, practice, and current issues of this rapidly growing profession. Contributors include widely recognized leaders in the field. In addition to providing a broad overview of the profession as currently practiced, they give thoughtful attention to the social and legal issues which are certain to shape its future. Emerging areas, including medical aspects of behavior and learning, are also reviewed.
This book provides the student with a solid foundation on which to develop a thorough knowledge of the school psychology profession. while reviewing for the practitioner important academic and practical developments in
Directions in School Psychology, James E. Ysseldyke And Jacqueline A. Schakel
National Organizations: Professional Identity, Ann W. Engin
Foundations of Measurement in Psychology and Education, Cecil R. Reynolds
Legal Issues in Psychoeducational Assessment, Daniel J. Reschly
Intelligence: Old Concepts—New Perspectives, Alan S. Kaufman
The Exceptional Child, George W. Hynd, Stephen B. Cannon, and Stephen E. Haussman
Assessment and Intervention in School Psychological Services, Barbara A. Mowder
Psychoeducational Assessment: Cognitive Domain, Richard J. Nagle
Projective Personality Assessment Techniques, John E. Obrzut and Steve Zucker
Brain-Behavior Relationships In Children: Neuropsychological Assessment in the Schools, George W. Hynd And Lawrence C. Hartlage
Consultation in the Schools, Roy P. Martin
Remedial Intervention in Education, Nadeen L. Kaufman and Alan S. Kaufman
George W. Hynd is Associate Professor of Educational Psychology and Chair, School Psychology Program, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Georgia, and Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurology, Department of Neurology, Medical School of Georgia.
6 x 9, 352 pages