School Psychology Review

School Psychology Review is a quarterly journal covering mental health and education. It is published by the National Association of School Psychologists. Editorial headquarters are based in Bethesda, Md.

Articles from Vol. 33, No. 4, Fall

A Demographic Survey of Learning Behaviors among American Students
Abstract. A nationally representative survey of students' learning behaviors observed by classroom teachers of 1,500 school-aged American youth is presented. Participants comprised the standardization cohort of the Learning Behaviors Scale (McDermott,...
An Exploration of the Relationship between Ethnicity, Attention Problems, and Academic Achievement
Abstract. There has been longstanding concern about achievement differences across ethnic groups. Inattention is a significant factor associated with underachievement, and higher ratings of inattention have been found for some minority groups. The...
Guidelines for Student Threat Assessment: Field-Test Findings
Abstract. A demonstration project was conducted to field-test guidelines for schools to use in responding to student threats of violence. Results from 188 student threats occurring in 35 schools over the course of one school year are described. School-based...
Multiple Dimensions of Family Involvement and Their Relations to Behavioral and Learning Competencies for Urban, Low-Income Children
Abstract. Relations between multiple dimensions of family involvement in early childhood education and classroom outcomes were examined. Participants included 144 urban, Head Start children. Parental report of family involvement was gathered in late...
Preparing Teachers in Evidence-Based Practices for Young Children with Autism
Abstract. Efforts to transfer research findings on autism into public schools would benefit from further evaluation of teacher preparation models. The purpose of this study was to evaluate a model program that was designed to prepare current teachers...
The Effectiveness of Whole-School Antibullying Programs: A Synthesis of Evaluation Research
Abstract. Bullying is a serious problem in schools, and school authorities need effective solutions to resolve this problem. There is growing interest in the whole-school approach to bullying. Whole-school programs have multiple components that operate...
The Impact of a Structured Reading Curriculum and Repeated Reading on the Performance of Junior High Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Abstract. Students with emotional and behavioral disorders (E/BD) frequently exhibit academic deficits alongside their behavioral deficits, particularly in the area of reading; however, there are very few studies examining ways to address the reading...
The Relationship between Gender of Consultant and Social Power Perceptions within School Consultation
Abstract. This study's focus was on school psychologists' perceived effectiveness of 11 social power bases (Raven, 1993) that may be drawn upon when consulting with initially resistant teachers. Specifically, the relationship between consultant gender...
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