The School Psychologist
A newsletter of Division 16
January 2014 | Vol. 68, No. 1
- Jack Bardon Award winner
Service to the field, one's institution and one's colleagues is a professional responsibility as well as an essential part of professional growth and development.
- Lightner Witmer Award winner
With better knowledge of inequities and health disparities, we can conceptualize policies and practices that serve diverse learners more equitably.
- Outstanding Dissertation Award winner
This research describes a tool having the potential to inform interventions to promote students' personal readiness for college early in their high school career.
- Senior Scientist Award winner: Randy Kamphaus, PhD
The road to producing high-quality scholarship is long, but provides great opportunities and colleagues.
- Senior Scientist Award winner: William Reynolds, PhD
Identifying students' problems early is an important role for school psychologists.
- The APPIC internship process: Then, now and school psychology
Although the internship process can be arduous and emotionally laden, there are some suggestions that can help one navigate this process.
By David O. L. Cheng and Jennifer M. Cooper
Early Career Psychologists
- Focus on early career psychologists: Div. 16's new workgroup
The new early career workgroup is planning activities and initiatives.
By Prerna Arora, PhD
In This Issue
- Family therapy in the schools: Considerations, concerns and credentialing
Possibilities for the expansion of school psychology practice are explained.
By Tony Crespi, EdD and Alexandra Uscilla
The School Psychologist: Jan. 2014 (PDF, 1.7MB)