Applying Psychology to the Schools Book Series
The “Applying Psychology to the Schools” book series is sponsored by Division 16 and published by the American Psychological Association. The series is designed to meet the school psychologist's need for detailed intervention recommendations that are scientifically supported. Volumes in this series integrate theoretical developments and empirical findings to provide a framework for conceptualizing problems and selecting assessment and intervention approaches. See a listing of books that are presently available.
In addition, there are several books on the way. We are thrilled to announce that “Eating Behavior from Health to Disorder: Assessment, Prevention, and Treatment Supports in the Schools” by Cook-Cottone, Tribole, and Tylka is now in press and will be available in 2012.
The following books are currently under contract to be published as part of this series:
- “ Autism Spectrum Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Evidence-Based Assessment and Interventions in Schools” by Lee A. Wilkinson (School Psychologist and Consultant)
- “Testing Accommodations for Students with Disabilities” by Benjamin Lovett (Elmira College) and Lawrence Lewandowsky (Syracuse University)
- “Psychological Consultation: A Positive Psychology Perspective” by Jane Close Conoley, Collie W. Conoley (University of California Santa Barbara), and Connie Fournier (Texas A&M University)
- “Universal Screening in Educational Settings: Identification, Implementation, and Interpretation” by Ryan J. Kettler (Rutgers), Todd A. Glover (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), Craig A. Albers (UWM), & Kelly A. Feeney-Kettler (Rutgers)
- “Single-case Intervention Research: Methodological and Statistical Advances” by Thomas R. Kratochwill (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Joel R. Levin (University of Arizona)
- “Integrated Assessment of the Bilingual Child” edited by Amanda Clinton (University of Puerto Rico)
- “Treatment Integrity: Conceptual, Methodological, and Applied Considerations for Practitioners” co-edited by Lisa Hagermoser Sanetti (University of Connecticut) and Thomas Kratochwill (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
If you would like to learn more about this book series and/or you have a book idea, please contact Division 16 Vice-President for Publications & Communications Linda Reddy.