International Perspectives on Psychology in the Schools

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International Perspectives
on
Psychology in the Schools

Edited by
Philip A. Saigh
Graduate Center
City University of New York Thomas Oakland
The University of Texas
at Austin

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS
1989 Hillsdale, New Jersey Hove and London

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International Perspectives on Psychology in the Schools
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword xiii
  • Preface xxi
  • Chapter One - Psychology in the schools: An Introduction to International Perspectives 1
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT 20
  • References 21
  • Chapter Two - School Psychology in Italy 23
  • Acknowledgments 34
  • References 34
  • Chapter Three - School Psychology in France 39
  • References 49
  • Chapter Four - School Psychology Services in Ireland 51
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT 59
  • References 59
  • Chapter Five - Educational Psychology in the Schools of England and Wales 61
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT 74
  • References 74
  • Chapter Six - School Psychology in the U.S.S.R. 77
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT 87
  • References 87
  • Chapter Seven - School Psychology in Spain 89
  • References 92
  • Chapter Eight - School Psychology in Turkey 93
  • References 104
  • Chapter Nine - School Psychology in the Republic of Cyprus 105
  • References 108
  • Chapter Ten - School Psychology in Israel 111
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT 122
  • References 122
  • Chapter Eleven - School Psychology in Jordan 125
  • Acknowledgments 131
  • References 131
  • Chapter Twelve - School Psychology in Nigeria 133
  • References 137
  • Chapter Thirteen - School Psychology in South Africa 139
  • References 151
  • Chapter Fourteen - School Psychology in India 153
  • References 162
  • Chapter Fifteen - School Psychology in the People's Republic of China 165
  • Acknowledgments 174
  • References 174
  • Chapter Sixteen - School Psychology in Hong Kong 177
  • References 181
  • Chapter Seventeen - School Psychology in Japan 183
  • References 189
  • Chapter Eighteen - School Psychological Services Down Under: An Australian Perspective 191
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT 197
  • References 197
  • Chapter Nineteen - Psychological Service in New Zealand 199
  • References 209
  • Chapter Twenty - School Psychology in Canada: Views on its Status 211
  • References 221
  • Chapter Twenty-One - School Psychology in the United States of America in the 1980s 223
  • References 236
  • Chapter Twenty-Two - School Psychology in Mexico 239
  • References 245
  • Chapter Twenty-Three - School Psychology in El Salvador 247
  • References 251
  • Chapter Twenty-Four - School Psychology in Chile 253
  • References 259
  • Chapter Twenty-Five - School Psychology in Brazil 261
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT 267
  • References 267
  • Author Index 269
  • Subject Index 275
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