School psychologists at mid-century, a report. Edited by Norma E. Cutts.

; Cutts, Norma E. (Norma Estelle), 1892-1988, editor
Washington, American Psychological Association, 1955.

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Other Authors Cutts, Norma E. 1892-1988,
Subjects Psychologues scolaires.
School psychologists.
Description ix, 230 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1955.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-223).
Summary The Thayer Conference covered a wide range of topics dealing with the functions, qualifications, and training of school psychological workers. In this report, the need for the Conference and its actual organization have been presented first. This is followed by background material on the development of psychological services in the schools. The next chapters present the functions of school psychological workers, how these functions are carried out, and the conditions under which school psychological service is rendered. The final chapters deal with recruitment and training. The surveys of training preceding the Conference, and the kinds of training thought to be essential for different levels of service, are presented. The summary of conclusions and recommendations furnishes a brief statement of the entire report. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)781400
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