Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural School Psychology, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0387717994
  • ISBN-13: 9780387717999
  • DDC: 371.4
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1052 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released February 2010
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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Overview

  • Designed as a one-stop, easy-to-read electronic reference, with comprehensive (A to Z) coverage of cross-cultural psychology and education in the schools
  • Provides reference lists after each entry for readers interested seeking out additional information
  • No other electronic + print resource of its kind currently exists
  • Organization and clarity allows users to access terms easily
  • Presents issues in cross-cultural school psychology and education from pre-K through 12th grade, offering a lifespan approach

    With contributions from leading researchers, educators, and practitioners in school psychology, this one-of-a-kind encyclopedia provides a comprehensive, easy-to-use guide to cross-cultural school psychology. Some 400 entries explore the concepts, themes, and latest research findings that are critical to understanding the field. Moreover, the encyclopedia examines issues that arise from pre-K to 12th grade, offering support at all levels of primary and secondary education.

    Each entry includes a description of a particular term, a bibliography, and additional readings for professionals. A subject index helps readers quickly locate on-point information. All entries are cross-referenced to other terms of related interest. In addition to benefiting school psychologists, this comprehensive volume addresses the questions of teachers, allied education professionals, researchers, policymakers, graduate students, healthcare and mental health professionals, child advocates. It is certain to become the reference of choice for coursework, research, practice, consultation, and policy in cross-cultural school psychology.

  • Table of Contents

    Front Cover.
    Half Title Page.
    Title Page.
    Copyright Page.
    Dedication.
    Preface.
    Foreword.
    Table of Contents.
    Editor-in-Chief.
    Editorial Board.
    Editorial Assistant.
    List of Contributors.
    1: Foundation Issues in Cross-Cultural School Psychology.
    2: The History of Cross-Cultural School Psychology in the United States.
    3: Cross-Cultural School Psychology: An Overview and Examples of Multicultural Treatment and Assessment Modalities.
    4: Enhancing Cultural Competence in Schools and School Mental Health Programs.
    5: Racial Disparities in School Services.
    6: Looking into the Future: New Directions in Cross-Cultural School Psychology.
    7: Topics in Cross-Cultural School Psychology.
    8: Academic Achievement in Minority Children.
    9: Access and Utilization of Health Care.
    10: Accountability.
    11: Accreditation.
    12: Acculturation.
    13: Achievement Tests.
    14: Adolescence.
    15: Adolescent Ethnic Identity.
    16: Adolescent Parents.
    17: Adoption/Adopted Children.
    18: Advanced Placement.
    19: African American Youth.
    20: After-School Programs.
    21: Aggressiveness.
    22: American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP).
    23: American Psychiatric Association (APA).
    24: American Psychological Association (APA).
    25: American Psychological Association (APA) Minority Fellowship Program (MFP).
    26: American Psychological Association (APA): Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs (OEMA) and Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs (CEMA).
    27: American School Health Association (ASHA).
    28: Anxiety.
    29: Arab American Children.
    30: Asian/Asian American Youth.
    31: Asperger's Syndrome, PDD.
    32: Assessment of Culturally Diverse Children.
    33: Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi).
    34: Attendance.
    35: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
    36: Authentic Assessment.
    37: Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
    38: Bicultural Efficacy.
    39: Biculturalism.
    40: Bilingual Education Programs: Maintenance, Transitional, and Dual Language.
    41: Bilingual School Psychologists.
    42: Bilingual Verbal Ability Tests (BVAT).
    43: Bilingualism.
    44: Biracial.
    45: Biracial/Multiracial Identity Development.
    46: Black Intelligence Test of Cultural Homogeneity (B.I.T.C.H.).
    47: Black Racial Identity Development.
    48: Block Scheduling.
    49: Book Banning.
    50: Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka.
    51: Bullying.
    52: Career Education.
    53: Center for School Mental Health (CSMH).
    54: Center for School-Based Mental Health Programs (CSBMHP).
    55: Center for the Advancement of Mental Health Practices in Schools.
    56: Centre for Immigration and Multicultural Studies.
    57: Certification, Alternate Routes to.
    58: Character Education.
    59: Charter Schools.
    60: Child Abuse.
    61: Child Traumatic Brain Injury.
    62: Childhood.
    63: Childhood Depression.
    64: Children's Literature.
    65: Children's Personal Meaning Profile (PMP-C).
    66: Chinese Youth.
    67: Citizenship.
    68: Class Size.
    69: Classroom Management.
    70: Code Switching.
    71: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
    72: Collaborative and Cooperative Learning.
    73: Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL).
    74: College Board.
    75: Comics/Jokes/Humor.
    76: Community Approaches to Improving Child Success.
    77: Community Interventions with Diverse Youth.
    78: Community Psychology.
    79: Community Schools.
    80: Community Violence.
    81: Computer Based Testing.
    82: Conduct Disorder.
    83: Conflict Resolution.
    84: Confucianism.
    85: Consultation.
    86: Context Communication.
    87: Corporal Punishment.
    88: Council for Indian Education.
    89: Counseling.
    90: Creativity.
    91: Crime in Schools.
    92: Crisis Intervention.
    93: Critical Thinking.
    94: Cross-Cultural Competence in School Psychologists' Services.
    95: Cross-Cultural Consultation.
    96: Cross-Cultural Dissonance.
    97: Cross-Cultural Families.
    98: Cross-Cultural Learning Styles.
    99: Cross-Cultural Psychology.
    100: Cross-Cultural School Psychology.
    101: Cuento Therapy.
    102: Cultural Competency Self Assessment Checklist.
    103: Cultural Diversity.
    104: Cultural Enmeshment.
    105: Cultural Issues in Education.
    106: Cultural Measurement Equivalence.
    107: Cultural Perspectives on Trauma.
    108: Cultural Psychiatry.
    109: Cultural Resilience.
    110: Cultural Studies in Schools.
    111: Culturally Competent Assessment of English Language Learners.
    112: Culturally Competent Crisis Response.
    113: Culturally Competent Practice.
    114: Culture.
    115: Curanderism.
    116: Data, Using (Accountability).
    117: Daycare.
    118: Death Education.
    119: Debates in the Classroom.
    120: Defense/Coping Mechanism.
    121: Delusion.
    122: Democracy, Teaching about.
    123: Demographics.
    124: Depression.
    125: Desegregation.
    126: Desensitization.
    127: Disasters and Disaster Prevention.
    128: Discipline.
    129: Discrimination.
    130: Disproportionality in Special Education.
    131: Distance Learning.
    132: Diversity in Higher Education.
    133: Divorce.
    134: Domestic Violence.
    135: Drama, Teaching.
    136: Drug Education.
    137: Drug-Free School Zones.
    138: Dyslexia.
    139: Early Childhood Education.
    140: Early Head Start.
    141: Early Intervention.
    142: Eating Disorders.
    143: Ebonics.
    144: Ecology.
    145: Education.
    146: Education for all Handicapped Children Act of 1975.
    147: Education Funding.
    148: Educational Partnership.
    149: Educational Resilience.
    150: Ego Identity Statuses.
    151: Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).
    152: Emic–Etic Distinction.
    153: Emotional Intelligence.
    154: English as a Second Language Instruction (ESL).
    155: English Language Learners.
    156: Ethnic Identity Development.
    157: Ethnic Minority Youth.
    158: Ethnicity.
    159: Extended Family.
    160: Extracurricular Activities.
    161: Families and Advocates Partnership for Education (FAPE).
    162: Families and Schools Together Program.
    163: Family Fragmentation.
    164: Family Therapy.
    165: Father Involvement in Early Childhood Education.
    166: First-Year Teachers.
    167: Foster Care.
    168: Gangs.
    169: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT).
    170: Gender Bias.
    171: Generational Differences.
    172: Gf-Gc Model of Intelligence.
    173: Gifted Education.
    174: Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF).
    175: Grade Configurations.
    176: Grading.
    177: Grief Counseling.
    178: Gun-Free School Zones.
    179: Head Start.
    180: Health Education.
    181: Health Insurance.
    182: High Schools.
    183: High Stakes Testing.
    184: Hispanic Americans.
    185: HIV/AIDS.
    186: Holocaust Education.
    187: Home, Family, School Liaison.
    188: Home-School Partnerships.
    Front Cover.
    Half Title Page.
    Title Page.
    Copyright Page.
    Dedication.
    Preface.
    Foreword.
    Table of Contents.
    Editor-in-Chief.
    Editorial Board.
    Editorial Assistant.
    List of Contributors.
    1: Foundation Issues in Cross-Cultural School Psychology.
    2: The History of Cross-Cultural School Psychology in the United States.
    3: Cross-Cultural School Psychology: An Overview and Examples of Multicultural Treatment and Assessment Modalities.
    4: Enhancing Cultural Competence in Schools and School Mental Health Programs.
    5: Racial Disparities in School Services.
    6: Looking into the Future: New Directions in Cross-Cultural School Psychology.
    7: Topics in Cross-Cultural School Psychology.
    8: Academic Achievement in Minority Children.
    9: Access and Utilization of Health Care.
    10: Accountability.
    11: Accreditation.
    12: Acculturation.
    13: Achievement Tests.
    14: Adolescence.
    15: Adolescent Ethnic Identity.
    16: Adolescent Parents.
    17: Adoption/Adopted Children.
    18: Advanced Placement.
    19: African American Youth.
    20: After-School Programs.
    21: Aggressiveness.
    22: American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP).
    23: American Psychiatric Association (APA).
    24: American Psychological Association (APA).
    25: American Psychological Association (APA) Minority Fellowship Program (MFP).
    26: American Psychological Association (APA): Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs (OEMA) and Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs (CEMA).
    27: American School Health Association (ASHA).
    28: Anxiety.
    29: Arab American Children.
    30: Asian/Asian American Youth.
    31: Asperger's Syndrome, PDD.
    32: Assessment of Culturally Diverse Children.
    33: Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi).
    34: Attendance.
    35: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
    36: Authentic Assessment.
    37: Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
    38: Bicultural Efficacy.
    39: Biculturalism.
    40: Bilingual Education Programs: Maintenance, Transitional, and Dual Language.
    41: Bilingual School Psychologists.
    42: Bilingual Verbal Ability Tests (BVAT).
    43: Bilingualism.
    44: Biracial.
    45: Biracial/Multiracial Identity Development.
    46: Black Intelligence Test of Cultural Homogeneity (B.I.T.C.H.).
    47: Black Racial Identity Development.
    48: Block Scheduling.
    49: Book Banning.
    50: Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka.
    51: Bullying.
    52: Career Education.
    53: Center for School Mental Health (CSMH).
    54: Center for School-Based Mental Health Programs (CSBMHP).
    55: Center for the Advancement of Mental Health Practices in Schools.
    56: Centre for Immigration and Multicultural Studies.
    57: Certification, Alternate Routes to.
    58: Character Education.
    59: Charter Schools.
    60: Child Abuse.
    61: Child Traumatic Brain Injury.
    62: Childhood.
    63: Childhood Depression.
    64: Children's Literature.
    65: Children's Personal Meaning Profile (PMP-C).
    66: Chinese Youth.
    67: Citizenship.
    68: Class Size.
    69: Classroom Management.
    70: Code Switching.
    71: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
    72: Collaborative and Cooperative Learning.
    73: Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL).
    74: College Board.
    75: Comics/Jokes/Humor.
    76: Community Approaches to Improving Child Success.
    77: Community Interventions with Diverse Youth.
    78: Community Psychology.
    79: Community Schools.
    80: Community Violence.
    81: Computer Based Testing.
    82: Conduct Disorder.
    83: Conflict Resolution.
    84: Confucianism.
    85: Consultation.
    86: Context Communication.
    87: Corporal Punishment.
    88: Council for Indian Education.
    89: Counseling.
    90: Creativity.
    91: Crime in Schools.
    92: Crisis Intervention.
    93: Critical Thinking.
    94: Cross-Cultural Competence in School Psychologists' Services.
    95: Cross-Cultural Consultation.
    96: Cross-Cultural Dissonance.
    97: Cross-Cultural Families.
    98: Cross-Cultural Learning Styles.
    99: Cross-Cultural Psychology.
    100: Cross-Cultural School Psychology.
    101: Cuento Therapy.
    102: Cultural Competency Self Assessment Checklist.
    103: Cultural Diversity.
    104: Cultural Enmeshment.
    105: Cultural Issues in Education.
    106: Cultural Measurement Equivalence.
    107: Cultural Perspectives on Trauma.
    108: Cultural Psychiatry.
    109: Cultural Resilience.
    110: Cultural Studies in Schools.
    111: Culturally Competent Assessment of English Language Learners.
    112: Culturally Competent Crisis Response.
    113: Culturally Competent Practice.
    114: Culture.
    115: Curanderism.
    116: Data, Using (Accountability).
    117: Daycare.
    118: Death Education.
    119: Debates in the Classroom.
    120: Defense/Coping Mechanism.
    121: Delusion.
    122: Democracy, Teaching about.
    123: Demographics.
    124: Depression.
    125: Desegregation.
    126: Desensitization.
    127: Disasters and Disaster Prevention.
    128: Discipline.
    129: Discrimination.
    130: Disproportionality in Special Education.
    131: Distance Learning.
    132: Diversity in Higher Education.
    133: Divorce.
    134: Domestic Violence.
    135: Drama, Teaching.
    136: Drug Education.
    137: Drug-Free School Zones.
    138: Dyslexia.
    139: Early Childhood Education.
    140: Early Head Start.
    141: Early Intervention.
    142: Eating Disorders.
    143: Ebonics.
    144: Ecology.
    145: Education.
    146: Education for all Handicapped Children Act of 1975.
    147: Education Funding.
    148: Educational Partnership.
    149: Educational Resilience.
    150: Ego Identity Statuses.
    151: Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).
    152: Emic–Etic Distinction.
    153: Emotional Intelligence.
    154: English as a Second Language Instruction (ESL).
    155: English Language Learners.
    156: Ethnic Identity Development.
    157: Ethnic Minority Youth.
    158: Ethnicity.
    159: Extended Family.
    160: Extracurricular Activities.
    161: Families and Advocates Partnership for Education (FAPE).
    162: Families and Schools Together Program.
    163: Family Fragmentation.
    164: Family Therapy.
    165: Father Involvement in Early Childhood Education.
    166: First-Year Teachers.
    167: Foster Care.
    168: Gangs.
    169: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT).
    170: Gender Bias.
    171: Generational Differences.
    172: Gf-Gc Model of Intelligence.
    173: Gifted Education.
    174: Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF).
    175: Grade Configurations.
    176: Grading.
    177: Grief Counseling.
    178: Gun-Free School Zones.
    179: Head Start.
    180: Health Education.
    181: Health Insurance.
    182: High Schools.
    183: High Stakes Testing.
    184: Hispanic Americans.
    185: HIV/AIDS.
    186: Holocaust Education.
    187: Home, Family, School Liaison.
    188: Home-School Partnerships.