Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology presentations (MU)
Items in this collection represent public presentations made by Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology faculty, staff, and students, either alone or as co-authors, and which may or may not have been published in an alternate format. Items may contain more than one file type.
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(2010)School districts are inundated with innovation. Ongoing developments in academic and social-emotional curriculum, combined with external pressures to improve student outcomes, create challenges for districts to make informed ...
(2008-03)In a recent issue of The Counseling Psychologist, Hage et al. (2007) encouraged greater involvement of counseling psychologists in prevention related activities. To support these efforts, the authors described 15 principles ...
(2010)Although school-wide PBS has been shown to reduce problem behaviors among students, approximately 15-20% of students are still in need of more selective interventions due to disruptive behavior problems. Given that both ...
The Role of Prevention Science in Promoting Children's Mental Health: A Model for School Psychologists (2010)Research has shown that early and focused prevention efforts can greatly reduce the costs, economic, psychological and social, borne by families and societies afflicted by poor mental health. With the help of a model ...
(The Body Project, 2008-04)