Historical Encyclopedia of School Psychology

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Thomas Fagan, Paul G. Warden
Greenwood Press, Jan 1, 1996 - Education - 448 pages
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This first historical reference book dealing with school psychology covers over 450 terms, concepts, important people and organizations, issues, events, and other topics of note. This is a user-friendly encyclopedia for gathering information about the field of school psychology quickly and points to sources for further study. It will be particularly useful in defining terms that are used frequently and for those seeking both historical and contemporary information. A large team of experts has developed this major new work which is intended for college and university libraries, program directors in school psychology, students at both the undergraduate and graduate level, and school psychologists. It will also be helpful to guidance counselors, social workers, health service providers in psychology, and medical libraries.

Over 100 noted authorities have contributed to this major new work which is intended for college and university libraries, program directors in school psychology, students at both the undergraduate and graduate level, and school psychologists. It will also be helpful to guidance counselors, social workers, health service providers in psychology, and medical libraries.

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THOMAS K. FAGAN, Professor of Psychology, at the University of Memphis, Tennessee, has devoted his career to the study of school psychology.PAUL G. WARDEN, Professor of Applied and Behavioral Studies in Education, Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, has dedicated many years to teaching and researching school psychology. He has also provided his service as a school psychologist.

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