Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

In the Spring 2011 School Psychology Forum

Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

In the Spring 2011 School Psychology Forum

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School Psychology Forum is now a quarterly j ournal that will be available online in fell, winter, spring, and summer. Beginning with the Spring 2011 issue, we will standardize SPF to have three articles, commentaries, and multimedia content. Feel free to send commentaries or new articles for consideration to SchoolPsychForum@naspweb.org.

The Spring 2011 issue is a general issue covering a variety of timely topics. All papers have specific applications to the practice of school psychology. Look for additional insights into research and applications of research through interviews with the authors to appear in the SPFwebpage this spring. Full content of these papers can be found athttpV/www.nasponline.org/publications/spf/spfissues.aspx.

Adolescent Dating and Intimate Relationship Violence: Issues and Implicationsfbr School Psychologists by Jim Ayers and Susan Davies. Some teenage romantic relationships involve physical, emotional, or sexual abuse. This literature review examines the définition and prevalence of teen dating violence. Risk factors for becoming a perpetrator or victim are described. The article includes prevention and intervention strategies for school psychologists and suggested steps for future research.

Adding Additional Items to Difficult Tasks: Using Interspersal Techniques to Help Decrease Avoidance-Reinforced Off-Task Behavior by David M. Hulac and Nicholas Benson. Often, manipulating instructional variables can increase accurate academic responding and increase on-task behavior. …

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