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The Web Connected School Psychologist:2002 Edition by Sandra K. Steingart (published by Sopris West, ISBN 1-57035-484-7). Call 1-(800) 547-6747 to order or order online. Only $15.95
The Web-Connected School Psychologist puts hundreds of reviewed and annotated Web sites at your fingertips. Plus, it includes a helpful section on Internet basics that covers the mysteries of searching, email, mailing lists, and netiquette.
It is written for the busy school psychologist or student of school psychology who needs solid information on young people, learning, behavior, and schools. It can also help the busy counselor, clinical psychologist, teacher or parent who needs to know about helping kids learn and grow behaviorally and emotionally.
Assessment of Children: Cognitive Applications by Jerome Sattler
This is the fourth edition of the classic in the field. I just received my copy and it includes coverage of newer tests such as the DAS, CAS, and the UNIT as well as the Wechsler family and the Stanford-Binet. Achievement tests and report writing are also covered amply, and many many helpful tables are included. This is a "must have" book.
Assessment of Children: Behavioral and Clinical Applicationsby Jerome Sattler
The classic assessment text continues with coverage of behavioral and emotional issues. This is the second volume of a "must have" set.
Psychologists' Desk Referenceby Gerald P. Koocher , John C. Norcross, Sam S. Hill, Sam S. Hill III (Editors)
Psychologists' Desk Reference presents a huge variety of information required in daily practice in one easy-to-use resource. Covering the entire spectrum of practice issues - from diagnostic codes, practice guidelines, treatment principles, and report checklists, to insight and advice from today's most respected clinicians - this one-of-a-kind reference gives fingertip access to the entire range of current knowledge. Intended for use by all mental health professionals, the Desk Reference covers assessment and diagnosis, testing and psychometrics, treatment and psychotherapy, ethical and legal issues, practice management and insurance, and professional resources.
Essentials of Cross-Battery Assessment; by Dawn P. Flanagan, Samuel O. Ortiz
This volume in the Wiley Essentials of Psychological Assessment series provides mental health professionals and students with quick reference data for cross-battery assessments using any of the major intelligence tests.
Intellectual Assessment by Dawn
P. Flanagan, Judy Genshaft , Patti L. Harrison (Editors) Reviewed
by James E. Ysseldyke, Ph.D., Professor of Educational Psychology and Director
of the National Center on Educational Outcomes at the University of Minnesota
Here in one location is a comprehensive set of the most impressive papers I've read on new ways of
thinking about and measuring intelligence. Must reading for anyone engaged in the assessment of human cognitive abilities
The Intelligence Test Desk Reference (Itdr) : Gf-Gc Cross-Battery Assessment; Kevin S. McGrew, Dawn P. Flanagan
The Gf-Gc Cross-Battery Assessment is the definitive reference on ALL major psychological tests. In light of recent advances in intelligence theory and research, this is the first comprehensive volume which provides an analysis and synthesis of the major intelligence batteries according to contemporary theory and research.
DSM-IV Diagnosis in the Schools; Alvin E. House
This is a well organized, clearly written text that takes the reader step by step through the DSM-IV process. It presents a strong rationale for the use of the DSM-IV in schools and points to the importance of developing a clinical perspective within the field of school psychology.
Effective School Interventions : Strategies for Enhancing Academic Achievement and Social Competence (The Guilford School Practitioner Series); Natalie Rathvon
Clinical Inference : How to Draw Meaningful Conclusions from Psychological Tests; Audrey Myerson O'Neill
How to integrate test data with behavioral observations and background information in order to capture the uniqueness of each individual subject, and resolve the questions that lead to the examination. Case examples illustrate how each step of the examination contributes to the conclusions. Subjects include those with learning disabilities, developmental problems, attentional difficulties, cultural differences and family and emotional factors.
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