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Increasing social competence in the special education population: An evaluation of a summer program
The purpose of this dissertation was to evaluate a summer social skills program to determine if it increased social competency in the special education population. The study included twenty students who participated in the ...
Current roles and practices of assessment specialists in the new era of RtI: A survey of educational diagnosticians and licensed specialists in school psychology in Texas
The purpose of this study was to explore the current perceptions of roles and practices of assessment specialists in Texas in the new era of RtI. An online survey was distributed by email through special education directors ...
Programmatic changes in school psychology training programs from 1997 to 2007
The purpose of this study was to report the results of a national survey of school psychology training programs conducted by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) in 2005 and to document related trends ...
An examination of three theoretical models of executive functioning
The prominent focus on the study of executive functioning in the field of neuropsychology has yielded increased attention on the presentation of executive function and dysfunction in childhood (Hunter & Sparrow, 2012; ...
Demographic changes in school psychology training programs between 1997 and 2005
The purpose of this study seeks to add to the body of knowledge regarding school psychology training programs by analyzing the data of the 2005 National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Graduate Training in School ...
Comparing the factor structures of cognitive measures of executive function and parent ratings of executive function in a mixed clinical group
The construct of executive function (EF) has been extensively researched in recent years due to its proposed role in a variety of clinical disorders. However, there remains contention between researchers regarding the ...