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  1. Relevant textbooks 7 items
    These books may be relevant for all assignments and are available as an e-book or for 3-day loan from the library.
    1. Professional practice of psychology in Aotearoa New Zealand - Ian M. Evans, Julia J. Rucklidge, Michael P. O'Driscoll, New Zealand Psychological Society c2007

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    2. School psychology for the 21st century: foundations and practices - Kenneth W. Merrell, Ruth A. Ervin, Gretchen Gimpel Peacock 2012

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    3. The handbook of school psychology - Terry B. Gutkin, Cecil R. Reynolds c2009

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    4. Best practices in school psychology, V - Alex Thomas, Jeff Grimes, National Association of School Psychologists c2008

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    5. Conducting school-based assessments of child and adolescent behavior - Edward S. Shapiro, Thomas R. Kratochwill ©2000

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    6. Practical handbook of school psychology: effective practices for the 21st century - Gretchen Gimpel Peacock, Ebooks Corporation c2010 (electronic resource)

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  2. Ecological Model and Paradigm Shift 13 items
    These readings are relevant to Assignment 1- The paradigm shift in educational psychology.
    1. Assessment of Ecological Factors as an Integral Part of Academic and Mental Health Consultation - Jim Ysseldyke, Adam J. Lekwa, David A. Klingbeil, Damien C. Cormier 21/02/2012

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    2. Introduction to problem solving assessment. - Brown-Chidsey, R

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    3. An Ecological Model of Professional School Counseling - H. George McMahon, Erin C. M. Mason, Nichole Daluga-Guenther, Alina Ruiz 10/2014

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    4. Chapter 1 of The book of woe: the DSM and the unmaking of psychiatry - Gary Greenberg 2013

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  3. Direct observation and interviewing 9 items
    These readings are relevant to assignment 2: Assessment in practice
    1. Procedures for collecting data, in applied behaviour analysis for teachers:

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    2. Doing interviews - Steinar Kvale 2007 (electronic resource)

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    3. Informant report: Parent and teacher interviews. - R. T. Busse, B. Rybski Beaver

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  4. Intelligence testing and bias in assessment 10 items
    These readings are relevant to assignment 3: The measurement of cognitive abilities.
    1. Intelligence: New findings and theoretical developments. - Nisbett, Richard E.Aronson, JoshuaBlair, ClancyDickens, WilliamFlynn, James Feb-Mar 2012

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    2. Culture and Intelligence - Sternberg, Robert J. Jul 2004 - Aug 2004

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    3. Intelligence: Knowns and unknowns - Neisser, UlricBoodoo, GwynethBouchard, Thomas J., Jr.Boykin, A. WadeBrody, Nathan Feb 1996

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    4. Role of test motivation in intelligence testing - Angela Lee Duckworth, Patrick D. Quinn, Donald R. Lynam, Rolf Loeber, Magda Stouthamer-Loeber and Edward E. Smith 2011

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    5. Contemporary intellectual assessment: theories, tests, and issues - Dawn P. Flanagan, Patti L. Harrison, Ebooks Corporation c2012 (electronic resource)

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  5. Other assessment methods 16 items
    Dynamic assessment, curriculum-based assessment, functional analysis, self-assessment.
    1. Identifying academic skill and performance deficits: the experimental analysis of brief assessments of academic skills - Gary J. Duhon,George H. Noell,Joseph C. Witt,Jennifer T. Freeland,Brad A. Dufrene,Donna N. Gilbertson

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    2. Self-assessment as a lens for learning in The Sage handbook of special education - R. Bourke, M. Mentis 2007

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    3. Evaluating the validity of functional behavior assessment - Shriver, Mark DAnderson, Cynthia MProctor, Briley 2001

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    4. Functional Analysis in a Bicultural Context - Evans, Ian M; Paewai, Mahalia K Apr 1999

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