Journal of Instructional Psychology

Published quarterly by Project Innovation, the Journal of Instructional Psychology was founded in 1974. This professional journal covers instructional and educational management, bilingual and multicultural aspects and technology and education. Articles in the Journal of Instructional Psychology include the topics of education, psychology and psychiatry.

Articles from Vol. 36, No. 1, March

An Investigation of Teachers' Attitudes between School and Home Based Family Intervention Models Utilized by Public School Teachers in the People's Republic of China
Teachers' attitudes toward family intervention are of great import on ways of increasing student achievement and cooperative interactions between teachers and family. Despite expanding school growth, there is very little research in China that examines...
"Boys like Smart Girls More Than Pretty Girls": Young Korean Immigrant Girls' Understanding of Romantic Love in American Popular Culture
Despite the importance of understanding children's interpretations of popular culture in the United States, young children's voices have not been sufficiently explored in studies. Moreover, the perspectives of American immigrant children hardly have...
Classroom Instructional Strategies and Science Career Interest for Adolescent Students in Korea: Results from the TIMSS 2003 Assessment
Several instructional strategies are significantly related to student outcomes in science. Authentic instruction enables students to connect science topics learned in the classroom with real-world contexts and problems. Cooperative learning activities...
Negative Behavior of Teachers with Regard to High School Students in Classroom Settings
Good behavior is a necessary condition for effective teaching. There are few children who come to school without problems. Children's behavior at school appears to be strongly affected by within school factors. In this qualitative case study, the teachers'...
Orienting Student Using a Case-Based Instructional Approach: A Case Study
Purpose: Orientation facilitates the transition to a new academic program to meet the need of new students to know programmatic items such as academic expectations, courses, policies and procedures. We used a problem based learning (PBL) approach to...
Peer Group Counselling and School Influence on Adolescents' Self-Concept
The study focused on the influence of peer group counselling and school influence on the self-concept of adolescents' in Nigerian secondary schools. Sixty-eight Senior Secondary School II students from three schools--a boys' school, a girls' school...
Research Use of Clinical Measures for Anxiety in the Recent Psychological Literature
This study reports on recent trends in the psychological research literature on the use of measures in the assessment of anxiety. An analysis of PsycINFO, from 2000-2005, showed that the Beck Anxiety Inventory and the Anxiety Sensitivity Index had...
The Effectiveness of National Board Certified Teachers: Policy Implications
In this mixed-method research study, data from public school personnel were used to determine the professional preparation of teachers through the National Board Certification process. The major goals of the study were to (a) analyze the perceptions...
The Practice of Information Processing Model in the Teaching of Cognitive Strategies
In this research, the differentiation condition of teaching the learning strategies depending on the time which the first grade of primary school teachers carried out to form an information-process skeleton on student is tried to be found out. This...
Using Self-Instruction to Teach Counseling Skills to School Psychology Students: An Efficacy Study
Counseling is highly valued by school psychology faculty and practitioners but represents a small area of concentration within many graduate training programs, often comprised only of two or three survey courses without a supervised practicum experience....
You Do What You Are: The Relationship between the Scale of Creative Attributes and Behavior and Vocational Interests
Previous research has found relationships between measures of creativity and Vocational Interests, especially the artistic type. To partially examine the validity of a new self-report measure of creativity, 115 college students were administered the...