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. 39, No. 2, June

Collaborative Relationships for General Education Teachers Working with Students with Disabilities
The purpose of this article is to provide general education teachers with specific information regarding collaborative roles and responsibilities of several team members involved in the education of students with disabilities. The need for collaborative...
Evaluation of the Student Life-Stress Inventory-Revised
Analysis of the Student-life Stress Inventory, SSI-R, with 601 students showed that the inventory was a reliable and valid instrument for measuring students' stressors and reactions to stressors. The SSI-R has 53 items grouped under nine categories...
Literature in the Social Studies, the Pupil, and the Teacher
Pupils need to experience a variety of kinds of literature in the social studies, as it relates to the ongoing unit of study. This is necessary in order that individual differences are provided for in the classroom. Learners differ from each other...
Research Areas of Emphasis in Professional Psychology: Past and Current Trends
Since professional psychology is a multifaceted and evolving field, examining trends and the emphasis that topical issues receive in the literature can provide a candid view on areas of concern to the profession. This study addresses the question:...
Student Prepared Testing Aids: A Low-Tech Method of Encouraging Student Engagement
The current investigation examines the impact of student prepared testing aids on student performance. Specifically, this investigation explores the plausibility of a dependency hypothesis explanation versus an engagement hypothesis explanation for...
Students with Disabilities Use Tactile Cued Self-Monitoring to Improve Academic Productivity during Independent Tasks
In these two studies, students with disabilities improved their academic productivity during independent practice activities, after their teachers trained them to use a tactile cued self-monitoring device called the MotivAider. While students worked,...
The Qualities of Physical Education Teachers Based upon Students' Perceptions of Physical Appearance
The purpose of this study was to investigate students' perceptions of physical educators. The study examined the following characteristics of instructors: 1) the effect appearance had on the instructors' ability to instill exercise intentions; 2) the...
The Standardization of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator into Turkisk: An Application on Students
The main purpose of this study is to adapt the most widely used form of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), which is Form M with 93 items, into Turkish and provide linguistic and cultural equivalence, reliability and validity of the test. In scope...