Historical encyclopedia of school psychology / edited by Thomas K. Fagan and Paul G. Warden.Material type: TextPublisher: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1996Description: xii, 448 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 0313290156 (alk. paper); 9780313290152 (alk. paper)Subject(s): School psychology -- History -- Encyclopedias | Educational psychology -- History -- Encyclopedias | Educational psychologyAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Historical encyclopedia of school psychology.DDC classification: 370.15/03 LOC classification: LB1027.55 | .H57 1996Other classification: 81.50
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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CHOICE ReviewIn more than 400 entries, this encyclopedia treats several areas relevant to school psychology: assessment, intervention, consultation, administration and supervision, professional guidelines, agencies, and issues. The entries provide current definition, background information, related topics (marked by asterisks), see also references, and lists of additional readings. There are brief biographical sketches for notable psychology professionals. The preface explains how to use the encyclopedia effectively. Separate lists of professional organizations, associations, relevant journals, and classic texts are included. Valuable for undergraduate and graduate programs and for practicing professionals. B. G. Turner Faulkner University
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THOMAS K. FAGAN, Professor of Psychology, at the University of Memphis, Tennessee, has devoted his career to the study of school psychology. His coauthored or coedited books include, School Psychology: Past, Present, and Future (1994), Exploring Applied Psychology (1994), and Bibliographic Guide (1985).
PAUL G. WARDEN, Professor of Applied and Behavioral Studies in Education, Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, has dedicated many years to teaching and researching school psychology. He has also provided his service as a school psychologist.